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Free CE @ PNCB

Free Continuing Education from PNCB

Earn CE at no cost with these PNCB modules based on poster presentations. 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.


Free CE: The CPN Guide to Recertification

Free CE: The CPN Guide to Recertification

1.0 Contact Hours.   Free

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!


Free CE: Migraine Action Plan

Free CE: Migraine Action Plan

1.0 Contact Hours.   Free

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.


Free CE: Individualizing Pain Assessment in Children with Behavioral Disorders

Free CE: Individualizing Pain Assessment in Children with Behavioral Disorders

1.0 Contact Hours.   Free

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.


Free CE: When Mr. Yuk Meets Mr. Bubble

Free CE: When Mr. Yuk Meets Mr. Bubble

1.0 Contact Hour.   Free

Disaster management and emergency preparedness are hot topics today, but does your hospital or healthcare team have decontamination procedures in place specifically for infants, children, and adolescents? Learn how one team implemented new policies in their emergency department to address the unique growth, development, and safety needs of the pediatric population.