Critical Care Nursing (CCRN) Certification Review Course (American Association of Critical Care Nurses

CNEA: CCRN Audio Course

CNEA: CCRN Video Course

CCRN/ PCCN Certification Review

This two-day program is designed for nurses working in the acute care arena and want to achieve certification as a CCRN (Certified Critical Care RN) or a PCCN (Progressive Care Certified Nurse).  The program is designed to prepare you to take either examination offered through the American Association of Critical Care Nurses Certification Corporation which is the Certification Organization for the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN).   Content is based on the exam blueprint. A sample program for a combined CCRN/PCCN course is provided below.  Individual CCRN or PCCN course are also available.

Program Description

Sample Course Schedule for Combined CCRN/PCCN Course

Day 1
  7:30 am –   8:00 am       Registration
  8:00 am – 10:00 am       Cardiovascular 
 10:00 am – 10:15 am       Break
 10:15 am – 12:15 pm        Cardiovascular
  12:15 pm –  1:15 pm        Lunch
  1:15 pm –  3:15 pm          Endocrine / Renal / GI / Hematology / Integumentary
   3:15 pm –  3:30 pm       Break
   3:30 pm –  4:45 pm        Endocrine / Renal / GI / Hematology / Integumentary
    4:45 pm –  5:30 pm       Multisystem

Day 2
  7:30 am –  8:00 am        Registration
  8:00 am –  9:30 am        Multisystem  
  9:30 am –  9:45 am        Break
   9:45 am – 12:00 n          Pulmonary  
  12:00 n     – 1:00 pm       Lunch
   1:30 pm –  2:30 pm       Pulmonary 
   2:30 pm –  3:00 pm       Musculoskeletal / Neurology / Psychosocial / Synergy
   3:00 pm –  3:15 pm       Break
    3:15 pm –  4:30 pm       Musculoskeletal / Neurology / Psychosocial / Synergy

 

Program Objectives

Apply the physiological-based knowledge required for sound clinical judgment in cardiovascular disorders.

Apply the physiological-based knowledge required for sound clinical judgment in endocrine disorders.

 Apply the physiological-based knowledge required for sound clinical judgment in renal and electrolyte disorders.

 Apply the physiological-based knowledge required for sound clinical judgment in gastrointestinal disorders.

 Apply the physiological-based knowledge required for sound clinical judgment in patients with multisystem issues.

 Apply the physiological-based knowledge required for sound clinical judgment in pulmonary disorders.

 Apply the physiological-based knowledge required for sound clinical judgment in neurologic disorders.

 Describe key behavioral and psychosocial aspects of the critically-ill patient.

 Describe the nurse characteristics of the Synergy Model as they relate to professional caring and ethical practice for patients
 and families.

 

To bring this program to your hospital: Contact CNEA at info@cardionursing.com