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PNCB Pediatric Updates

Medical technology. Treatment strategies. Groundbreaking studies.


Changes in pediatric healthcare occur every day. PNCB's accredited Pediatric Updates CE modules help you stay current and grow your knowledge.

Each online module offers access to outstanding evidence-based literature and in-depth rationale for answers. The contact hours you earn are accredited by the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP).

Tip! CPNPs: Check your Recert Dashboard before ordering to know the type and number of Pediatric Updates still needed to fulfill your 7-year tracking cycle.

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. Full disclaimer. Module policies. Refund PoliciesRefunds requested within 30 days of order date will be honored. Requests received 30 days after the order date will be reviewed on a case by case basis. Paper article packets cannot be refunded if they have already shipped. Refunds are not granted if the module has been accessed.

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Acute Care: 2017 Current Concepts

Acute Care: 2017 Current Concepts

7.5 Contact Hours (2.5 Pharmacology)   $85.00

This wide-reaching module brings you recent respected articles across the pediatric age range. Get an update on bacterial meningitis, common and uncommon problems in neonates and young infants, burns, rapid sequence intubation, sedation, palliative care, new treatments for childhood cancer, status epilepticus, and nutrition support. Quality improvement and patient safety in the emergency department is also included.

Appropriate for APRNs and RNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability August 2019. Please return to this site for any future date changes.


Acute Care: Endocrine/Renal

Acute Care: Endocrine/Renal

7.5 Contact Hours (2.0 Pharmacology)   $85.00

Do you know the latest on conditions we treat to keep young bodies in balance? Build on your knowledge of urgent and emergent endocrine and renal conditions in this module that includes hypoglycemia, inborn errors of metabolism, adrenal insufficiency, congenital kidney diseases, and acute kidney injury. This learning activity targeted for the PNP in the Acute Care role addresses etiologies, pathologies, diagnoses, and management strategies for optimal patient care.

Appropriate for APRNs and RNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability November 2018. Please return to this site for any future date changes.


Acute Care: Cardiovascular Pharmacology

Acute Care: Cardiovascular Pharmacology

7.5 Contact Hours (7.5 Pharmacology).   $85.00

Survival of infants and children with cardiovascular pathologies has improved, thanks to advances in medical and surgical care-and increased use of pharmacological treatments for these disorders. This module supports your knowledge of medications used in the acute and critical care settings for management of various cardiac and vascular conditions. Covered topics include congenital heart disease, arrhythmias, cardiomyopathy, stroke, Kawasaki disease, and rheumatic diseases as well as coagulation and thromboembolic disorders.

Appropriate for APRNs and RNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability July 2018. Please return to this site for any future date changes.


Acute Care: 2015 Current Concepts

Acute Care: 2015 Current Concepts

7.5 Contact Hours. (1.5 Pharmacology)   $85.00

With PNCB's first-ever Current Concepts module targeting acute care PNP scope of practice, you'll explore recent articles in the literature across a variety of conditions. Septic shock, abusive head trauma, migraine, select immunizations for high risk children, transition and palliative care, acute glomerular nephritis, and Lemierre syndrome, among other topics, are included.

Appropriate for APRNs and RNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability December 2017. Please return to this site for any future date changes.


Pharmacology: 2017 Current Concepts

Pharmacology: 2017 Current Concepts

7.5 Contact Hours.   $85.00

Step outside of your daily practice comfort zone with some less common conditions and medications. Refresh and expand your understanding of pharmacologic management for vaccine-preventable disease, epilepsy, atopic dermatitis, skeletal health, helminth infections, gastroesophageal reflux disease, and sleep disturbances. Also included is an overview of neonatal medications and FDA safety reviews of drugs, biologicals and vaccines.

Appropriate for APRNs and RNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability May 2019. Please return to this site for any future date changes.


Pharmacology: Hematology & Rheumatology

Pharmacology: Hematology & Rheumatology

7.5 Contact Hours (0.5 Psychopharmacology).   $85.00

Children with hematology or rheumatology disorders often visit primary care more than their subspecialty clinic. To support care coordination, get familiar with pharmacologic therapies for these conditions, including actions and potential adverse effects.

Appropriate for APRNs and RNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability October 2018. Please return to this site for any future date changes.


Psychopharmacology

Psychopharmacology

7.5 Contact Hours.   $85.00

Staying on top of psychopharmacology for children and adolescents is critical in today's practice. This module offers a broad overview of pharmacotherapeutic agents for behavioral and mental health problems in primary care. Content covers agents used for ADHD, depression, anxiety, OCD, bipolar disease, tics and autism, and more. Adjunct therapies and co-morbidities with use of multiple medications are also reviewed. Off-label use of medications for certain conditions and current pediatric psychopharm controversies are included.

This module has been updated as of 2016. References from the 2014 module were retained unless more current information was available.

Appropriate for APRNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability late 2017 with the launch of a brand new Psychopharmacology module. Please return to this site for any future date changes.


Pharmacology: 2016 Current Concepts

Pharmacology: 2016 Current Concepts

7.5 Contact Hours. (1.0 Psychopharmacology)   $85.00

Fortify your practice with pediatric pharm updates especially curated for the busy APRN. PNCB's 2016 edition reflects a broad review of prevention and treatment of select common and not-so-common conditions seen in primary care. Use this module to stay current on pediatric headache, hypertension, ADHD, depression, anxiety, tuberculosis, psoriasis, fluoride, Vitamin K deficiency, contraception, and off-label use of drugs in children.

Appropriate for APRNs and RNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability April 2018. Please return to this site for any future date changes.


Pharmacology: Respiratory & EENT

Pharmacology: Respiratory & EENT

7.5 Contact Hours.   $85.00

What does EENT spell? A big portion of your practice! Explore the newest treatment guidelines and therapies while reviewing select well-established standard treatments. This eagerly awaited module presents principles of judicious prescribing along with specific pharmacology, adverse effects, and parent education points.

Appropriate for APRNs and RNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability October 2017. Please return to this site for any future date changes.


Primary Care: 2017 Current Concepts

Primary Care: 2017 Current Concepts

7.5 Contact Hours (1.0 Pharmacology).   $85.00

Stay updated on a broad range of pediatric health issues plus emergency preparedness for your practice. Content also includes antibiotic resistance, health care maintenance for children who are refugees, irritable bowel syndrome, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, foreign body ingestion and aspiration, domestic minor sex trafficking, and musculoskeletal injuries.

Appropriate for APRNs and RNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability January 2019. Please return to this site for any future date changes.


Primary Care: GYN & GU

Primary Care: GYN & GU

7.5 Contact Hours (2.5 Pharmacology).   $85.00

Learn the latest on gynecologic and genitourinary conditions in children and adolescents with this PNCB module. You'll access up-to-date literature on topics such as adolescent growth and development, gynecologic examination of the prepubertal female, enuresis, urinary tract and sexually transmitted infections. Issues seen in special populations including adolescents with physical and/or intellectual disabilities and transgender youth are included. Current guidelines for contraception are covered as well as screening for and treatment of STIs.

Appropriate for APRNs and RNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability August 2018. Please return to this site for any future date changes.


Primary Care: 2016 Current Concepts

Primary Care: 2016 Current Concepts

7.5 Contact Hours. (1.5 Pharmacology)   $85.00

Ready for a primary care deep-dive into current articles on a variety of conditions? You'll get updates on neonatal lupus, bronchiolitis, pneumonia, celiac disease, Lyme disease, hypertension, hypothyroidism, foreign body ingestions, and more.

Appropriate for APRNs and RNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability February 2018. Please return to this site for any future date changes.


Primary Care: Behavioral & Mental Health

Primary Care: Behavioral & Mental Health

7.5 Contact Hours (2.0 Pharmacology).   $85.00

ADHD, autism, anxiety, depression, and more... As families increasingly turn to primary care providers to identify - and in some cases manage - child and adolescent behavioral and mental health concerns, staying up to date is vital to supporting your community. Use this module to review age-specific screening, assessment, and management of pediatric behavioral/mental health problems. Topics include early detection and psychosocial interventions, autism, OCD, Munchausen syndrome by proxy and its subtypes, emotional neglect, gender dysphoria, ADHD, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychosis, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warning regarding antidepressants.

Appropriate for APRNs and RNs

Anticipated to retire from purchase availability November 2017. Please return to this site for any future date changes.