2022 Membership Now Open

IAANMP annual membership renewal is now open for 2022

The registration is via the website. Please follow this LINK for further information.

Membership fees for 2022 remain €30.00 for RANPs, RAMPs and candidate ANPs/ AMPs.

Associate membership is €50.00 and is open to proponents of advanced practice, those involved in the education of advanced practice and lecturers in the HEIs, Nursing Managers, Directors of Nursing, Assistant Directors of Nursing, Practice Development Coordinators, NMPDU officers, CNME education coordinators etc.

We use Stripe payment processing platform for secure payment of your yearly membership fee. Stripe accepts all major credit and debit cards.

Please encourage those new to Advanced Practice to join the association, we wish to represent the majority of the ANPs / AMPs in Ireland.

The Irish Association of Advanced Nurse/Midwife Practitioners (IAANMP) objective is to provide a forum to support those involved in the promotion and development of advanced Nursing and Midwifery practice in Ireland.

The aims of the association are to

To provide support and solidarity among nurses and midwives practicing at an advanced level in Ireland,

To enable practitioners to debate issues and concerns pertinent to their area of practice,

To facilitate education and promotion of professional development within the group.

To establish links with international advanced nursing practice organisations.

Please contact the association gmail account if you require any more information.


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CPD for members ✓ Free annual conference for members with access to presentations following event ✓ Advanced practice and career support ✓ Networking and connecting RANPs/RAMPs nationally and internationally ✓ Eligibility to apply for yearly bursary for educational/research purposes ✓ Repository for RANP/RAMP Research and Innovation ✓
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Mr. David Delaney

David is the newly elected Secretary. He currently works in the Emergency Department of University Hospital Limerick. David graduated from the University of Tasmania in Australia and started his career in cardiac care. From there he worked in the Intensive care units of the Royal Hobart Hospital, Tasmania, the Royal Prince Alfred, Sydney, St. James Hospital, Dublin and University Hospital Limerick. He is currently a Clinical Skills Facilitator in the Emergency Department of University Hospital Limerick. He has previously studied a postgraduate diploma in Intensive Care Nursing with NUI Galway and is currently in his dissertation year of this Masters in Advanced Nursing Care also with NUI Galway. David will be a registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner once his MSc is complete. David also holds a position on the student subgroup of the International Council of Nurses NP/APN network.