Thu, Nov 12|
Maternal–Newborn and Inpatient Obstetrics Certification Preparation Course November 12,13, and 20, 2020
This is an advanced course to assist the nurse eligible for certification by the National Certification Corporation (NCC) to prepare and sit for the computer-based Maternal Newborn or Inpatient Obstetrics Examination.
Time & Location
Nov 12, 2020, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
About the Event
This class will be help on a virtual format.
This is an advanced course to assist the nurse eligible for certification by the National Certification Corporation (NCC) to prepare and sit for the computer-based Maternal Newborn or Inpatient Obstetrics Examination. Eligibility for the certification examination is a minimum of two years clinical practice and 2000 hours (equates to 0.5FTE for 2 years).
See www.nccwebsite.org for certification examination registration information.
This course is not sponsored by NCC.
For Maternal Newborn
Attend days 1& 2
• Normal / High risk pregnancy
• Postpartum / Newborn
For Inpatient Obstetrics
Attend days 1,2,3
• Day 3 = Advanced EFM & L&D
Registration Fee: (Includes continental breakfast, and link to electronic handouts) $150.00 Maternal Newborn Course (2 days) $200.00 Inpatient Obstetric Course (3 days). No Refunds
Space is limited and classes usually fill quickly, however a minimum of 15 registrants is required to hold this class. Approximately 2 weeks prior to the class, you will be notified if the class has reached the minimum number and you will receive additional course information and a link for the handouts. In addition, just prior to the first class, you are required to apply for the certification exam at www.nccwebsite.org. Proof of examination application must be presented at the first class.
Class registration closes when there are 24 registrants and/or 2 weeks prior to class.
Carol Burke APRN/CNS, MSN, RNC-OB, CEFM is a perinatal clinical nurse specialist. With over 40 years experience, Carol is a published author and frequent speaker at national and local seminars. She is active with AWHONN, March of Dimes Perinatal Advisory Committee, and editorial board for the Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing and the Journal for Women’s Health. Candidates completing her course have over a 98% rate of success.
This activity has been awarded contact hours by the Ohio Nurses Association: Days 1&2=14.0 hrs.; Day 3=7.0 hrs. The Ohio Nurses Association is an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (OBN-001-91). The faculty and planners have declared that this educational activity is without conflict of interest. Criteria for successful completion and receipt of contact hours for this educational activity includes: 1) Learner’s signature on sign-in sheet
2) Learner attending the entire 2-day program and if appropriate, the Day 3 program for additional L&D content and participating in all activities 3) Learner submitting a completed evaluation form at the end of each program.
Attend the first 2 days • Normal / High risk pregnancy • Postpartum / Newborn
Attend all three days • Normal / High risk pregnancy • Postpartum / Newborn • Advanced EFM & L&D