Earn CE, some at no cost, with these PNCB modules. The contact hours you earn are accredited by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP).
Disclaimer: These activities are a useful tool for lifelong learning, but the information presented and/or associated references do not substitute for your clinical judgment as a health care professional.
Your patient has a CSII pump - and needs an MRI! Or maybe the parent forgot supplies. Avoid "pump panic" and increase your problem solving skills about managing care for children with continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion pumps. Learn how one prestigious children's hospital took steps to address pump challenges and enhance patient safety and caregiver communication.
How do CPNPs stay certified? What must a CPNP do annually vs. over the 7-year Recert tracking cycle? Use this no-cost module to understand what you need to do, option choices, and due dates, with a special focus on meeting PNCB Pediatric Updates requirements. You benefit with an in-depth overview of the process and 1 contact hour to apply to a future recertification application!
Acceptable for APRNs
How do CPNs stay certified? What activities are accepted and when? Use this no-cost module to understand basic requirements, flexible options, and due dates. You benefit with an in-depth overview of the process and 1 contact hour to apply to a future recertification application!
Acceptable for RNs
A pediatric migraine doesn't have to mean leaving school. See how a CPNP-PC and her colleagues used a Migraine Action Plan© to improve children's access to medication and reduce missed class time. This tested process supports everyone impacted: children, parents, and school personnel.
Assessing a child's pain can be difficult, but understanding pain experienced by nonverbal children with severe cognitive impairments presents unique challenges. Learn how a unit at the Kennedy Krieger Institute validated the use of the Individualized Numeric Rating Scale and implemented this tool to strengthen care for their patients.
Emma is in your waiting room with a tummy ache-again. Chronic abdominal pain is a very real and frequent concern for children and adolescents, but the majority of cases do not have an organic cause. Using a biopsychosocial approach, walk through Emma's care in this developing case as you consider red flags, differential diagnoses, when to order tests, and helping her manage symptoms over time. You'll get an in-depth look at the pathophysiology of chronic abdominal pain and strengthen support for patients like Emma in your daily practice.
Acceptable for APRNs and RNs
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