In 1908, representatives from nurses associations around Canada were invited to meet by the Canadian Society of Superintendents of Training Schools for Nurses. At this meeting the Provisional Society of the Canadian National Association of Trained Nurses was formed. Mary Agnes Snively was named founding president. The CNATN took its members from societies such as graduate nurse and alumni associations. In 1924, the CNATN changed its name to the Canadian Nurses Association.
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