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Online Learning

CNE Now! CNE

Staying current on your professional requirements and interests has never been easier than with CNE Now!--a series of online learning modules free to all NANN members. Each module reinforces essential knowledge on topics in neonatal nursing care in an engaging format that includes information on physiology and pathophysiology, management strategies, ways to involve parents and families, and areas for further research, along with clinical practice pearls and a crossword puzzle as a learning assessment tool.

The modules are evidence based and peer reviewed, thereby ensuring you will be able to

  • identify the best practices in neonatal care and their impact on the patient and family
  • describe nursing care for various conditions and diagnoses in the neonatal setting
  • integrate new strategies that apply to your clinical situation.

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Developmental Care CNE Learning Modules CNE

Enhance your developmental care studies with this series of online CNE learning modules. Developed by the editors and authors of Developmental Care of Newborns and Infants: A Guide for Health Professionals, second edition, each module reinforces the most relevant and important aspects of developmental care. Each self-study module includes a brief overview of one aspect of developmental care (e.g., module 5: Caregiving and the Caregiver), a list of the related developmental care standards, several "points to remember," recommended supplemental readings, one or more reflective exercises, and one or more case studies. This series is intended for nurses and occupational, physical, respiratory, and speech therapists.

If you are a nurse seeking to obtain the CNE contact hours, you should have read or studied the relevant portions of Developmental Care of Newborns and Infants, participated in another related course of study in developmental care, or draw upon their professional experience. Some learners may choose to use the learning modules as a self-assessment tool. Learners will complete each module by reading through and reflecting on the material and then responding to the exercises included in each module. The learner must complete a posttest and an evaluation in order to receive the designated contact hours.

The modules are an aid and do not include an in-depth description of the subject matter. Instead, they are study guides that augment and build on what learners are reading and studying or upon their professional experiences in developmental care as a means to promote understanding and retention.

The National Association of Neonatal Nurses is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

The National Association of Neonatal Nurses is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing (CEP 8659).

NANN designates this activity for up to 38 contact hours. The contact hours available range from 0.5 to 2 per module.

Initial release date: August 1, 2010     Reviewed: July 2011     Contact hours available through July 31, 2015

To successfully complete this activity and receive CNE contact hours, nurses must read the material, pass a posttest, and complete an evaluation. A score of 70% is required to pass the posttest. Order now.

Essentials of Neonatal Nursing: Orientation Lecture Series© CNE

originally developed by Angela Burd, MSN RNC APNC CCNS

Essentials of Neonatal Nursing: Orientation Lecture Series© provides a comprehensive orientation to neonatal nursing care, helping new nurses identify basic elements of the NICU patient’s physiology and pathophysiology and apply necessary nursing interventions. Each presentation is eligible for 0.75 to 1.25 continuing nursing education (CNE) contact hours; the complete series of 10 modules provides 13 CNE contact hours. The modules cover these topics: cardiac issues, gastrointestinal issues, genitourinary issues, hematologic issues, issues in immunology and infection, maternal-fetal issues, neurologic issues, newborn assessment, nutritional and metabolic issues, and pulmonary issues.

The National Association of Neonatal Nurses is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

The National Association of Neonatal Nurses is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing (CEP 8659).

Initial release date: December 1, 2011     Planned Review Date: November 30, 2013

To successfully complete this activity and receive CNE contact hours, nurses must read the material, pass a posttest, and complete an evaluation. This is an online streaming video and cannot be saved or printed. However, the video can be viewed as often as desired. A score of 70% is required to pass the posttest. View Product Preview. Order now.

Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing Certification Review Course© CNE

The Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing Certification Review Course© is a series of presentations developed for neonatal nurses seeking to advance their career and increase their professional stature. It provides you with the information you need to confidently prepare for and successfully complete certification by the National Certification Corporation (NCC) for the Registered Nurse Certified–Neonatal Intensive Care (RNC-NIC) credential or to obtain the Certification for Adult, Pediatric and Neonatal Critical Care Nurses (CCRN) given by the AACN (American Association of Critical-Care Nurses) Certification Corporation.

Each presentation is eligible for 0.75 to 3.25 continuing nursing education (CNE) contact hours; the complete series of 14 modules provides 26.75 CNE contact hours. The modules cover these topics: maternal-fetal issues; developmental care and pain management; thermoregulation; cardiovascular care; pulmonary care; gastrointestinal care, nutrition, and feeding; genitourinary care; hematology; neurologic issues; infectious disease; endocrine, metabolic, and genetic disorders; head, eyes, ears, nose, and throat; discharge planning and follow-up; and nursing research and evidence-based practice.

The National Association of Neonatal Nurses is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

The National Association of Neonatal Nurses is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the California Board of Registered Nursing (CEP 8659).

Release Date: March 1, 2012    Review Date: February 28, 2014

To successfully complete this activity and receive CNE contact hours, nurses must read the material, pass a posttest, and complete an evaluation. This is an online streaming video and cannot be saved or printed. However, the video can be viewed as often as desired. A score of 70% is required to pass the posttest. Order now.

This project was supported in part by an education grant from Abbott Nutrition. Abbott

Precepting the Advanced Practice Nurse: From Expert RN to Novice NNP CNE

by Lee Shirland, MS APRN NNP-BC; Mary M. Kaminski, MS RN NNP-BC; Melanie Pepper, MS NNP-BC; Debra A. Sansoucie, EdD ARNP NNP-BC

Precepting the Advanced Practice Nurse is an invaluable guide for those engaged in precepting neonatal nurse practitioners. It discusses current theories and published evidence on the teaching and learning experience and offers practical examples and tools that will enhance the quality of preceptorships for both preceptor and preceptee. View Product Preview. Order now.

CNE contact hours: 4.0 (available through May 31, 2015).

Understanding Clinical Research: A Practical Guide CNE

Authors: Lee Shirland, MS RN NNP-BC, and Suzanne Staebler, DNP RN NNP-BC

This self-paced learning module is designed for all nurses and will familiarize you with the principles of conducting and using research. The module is divided into five sections: Foundations of Research, Research Design and Measurement, Statistical Analysis, Review of a Research Article, and Application of Learning.

The National Association of Neonatal Nurses is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

NANN designates this activity for a maximum of 2 contact hours. This activity was released in July 2010. Contact hours are available through June 2012. To successfully complete this activity and receive CNE contact hours, nurses must read the material, pass a 20-question posttest, and complete an evaluation. A score of 70% is required to pass the posttest. Order now.

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