Canadian Association of Nephrology Nurses and Technologists

The Canadian Association of Nephrology Nurses and Technologists/L’Association Canadienne des Infirmieres et Technologues en Nephrologie (CANNT/ACITN) is a not-for-profit organization incorporated under the Government of Canada founded to promote excellence in nephrology care.

CANNT's Vision and Mission

The Canadian Association of Nephrology Nurses and Technologists (CANNT) provides leadership and promotes the best nephrology care and practice through education, research, and communication. Our vision is for CANNT to be keystone of excellence in nephrology nursing and technological care in Canada.


CANNT Webinar May 30

Primer on Illicit Opioid Use in the Era of the Toxic Drug Crisis

CANNT 2024 Conference Registration Now Open!

CANNT 2024 Abstract Submission Deadline extended to May 14

Submit your abstract online

CANNT2023 Vascular Access Guidelines

Now available online to view, download and print.

CANNT launches new patient resource!

Kidney Organ Trafficking pamphlet now available!

CANNT Open Access Article: Exploring the option of peritoneal dialysis for patients with a left ventricular assistive device

Article now available on Open Access

CANNT Open Access: Continuing Education Series

CANNT offers access to CANNT Journal Continuing Education Series article


Recording Available: Webinar May 1, 2024

Chest Pain and Other Dialysis Emergencies

Recording Available: Webinar March 14, 2024

STOP Med-HD: Safely deprescribing medications for people on hemodialysis

CANNT Journal Volume 34 Issue 1 Now Available

Includes article on A look within: Program-level barriers and strategies to growing home dialysis programs in Canada: A literature review

CANNT Members can now access Vascular Access Education Program (VAEP) Online!

Members can now access the VAEP modules online through their Course Dashboard. The Vascular Access Education Program was created by the Ontario Renal Network, a work unit within Cancer Care Ontario, in collaboration with the ORN Cannulation Working Group to better inform providers about the assessment and care of hemodialysis vascular accesses.