The American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing (AAACN) Certification Review Course (CRC) will boost your confidence and knowledge as you prepare to take the Ambulatory Care Nursing Certification Exam.
The course provides an overview of the potential content that may be tested on the Ambulatory Care Nursing Certification Exam.
It is a valuable opportunity to reinforce your knowledge of ambulatory care, identify your weak areas, and learn new information. All topics are offered in an interactive, case problem-solving style to enhance critical thinking.
Course content is based on the Test Content Outline for the Ambulatory Care Nursing Certification Exam.
This course does NOT grant certification in ambulatory care nursing.
Access the course online at your convenience in the AAACN Online Library.
The Review Course offers 7.9 contact hours*, and over seven hours of content.
A printable PDF Ambulatory Care Nursing Certification Review Course Syllabus is included, along with Power Point slides.
Although we cannot gather for the in-person Ambulatory Care Nursing Certification Review Course (CRC) that was to be held at the AAACN Conference, we're bringing the course to you online with the Certification Review Course: New Live & On-Demand Bundle.
If you have a group of nurses who are preparing for certification, you may want to host a course at your facility. We will work closely with the practice facilities to customize the logistics of the course as much as possible.
Facilities may purchase Group Access for this course at a discounted rate to groups of 10+ via AAACN’s Online Library at $100 per user. A Group Access purchase permits access to audio content, Power Point slides, and CNE posttest offering 7.9 contact hours via the Online Library for each participant.
*Contact hours based on a 60 minute contact hour.
Ambulatory Care Nursing Certification Review Focused CE Series
Nurse.com - Focused CE Series
July 6-August 18, 2020 | 12.0 contact hours
|E. Mary Johnson, BSN, RN-BC, NE-BC||Susan M. Paschke, MSN, RN-BC, NEA-BC|
In collaboration with Nurse.com, AAACN is pleased to offer another alternative to nurses preparing for the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Ambulatory Care Nursing certification exam and nurses new to ambulatory care who would like to increase their knowledge in this specialty area.
The program combines online education with webinars to provide you with a study choice that fits your learning needs and schedule, and is aligned with the core elements of the certification exam.
What is a Focused CE Series?
The Focused CE Series is a blended learning model that combines weekly online CE course readings, weekly webinar presentations, and an online forum for information exchange and networking with peers. The webinars are provided by nationally known ambulatory care nursing experts and you can enjoy them from the comfort of your home or office. This series will be taught by the instructors for the AAACN Ambulatory Care Nursing Certification Review Course.
The webinars are divided into five topic areas:
- Test Taking Strategies
- Clinical Practice: Plan of Care and Care Management
- Clinical Assessment, Telehealth and Telephone Triage
- Medication Management, Systems, Quality Management and Operations
- Professional, Legal and Ethical Issues
Cost and Registration Details
Visit the Member Savings area to see the agenda, learn about the speakers , CE credit, FAQs, and to register for the course at the reduced rate using the unique link provided. NOTE: you will be prompted to log in to your AAACN member account (if you are not already) to view this page.
Visit the agenda to learn about the speakers, CE credit, FAQs, and to register for the course.
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