Emergency Nurse Practitioner Certification - page 3
Got a letter from ANCC asking for volunteers to be content experts in the development of a new Emergency Nurse Practitioner certification board examination. Sounds like qualifications will be based on portfolio (active practice... Read More
- 0Aug 25, '13 by MedictoRNQuote from nomadcrnaThere is more to this certification than clinical competence. It validates professional dedication, involvement, leadership, mentorship and clinical expertise.No need to be a leader in the profession to be clinically competent.
The good news is that nobody has to have this to get a position in the ER. It is simply a way to show to peers, colleages and potential employers that one has demonstrated not just clinical competence but a level of clincal and professional expertise that is above average.
BTW, those ARE ENP requirements. I'm not sure what you are suggesting. They were a direct link from the ENP page.
This is specific for the ENP application. What you are quoting is the general instructions for all of the certifications through portfolio. I think those specifically listed in the ENP specific instructions are very doable and relevent to my practice.
- 2Aug 25, '13 by juan de la cruz, MSN, RN, NP GuideQuote from MedictoRNThe initial press releases I've received from ANCC stated UC or EC. That's when I started this post. The final rules only say EC. I have no interest in this certification, I am an Adult Critical Care NP. I started this thread as a form of information dissemination.I don't believe Urgent Care qualifies according to the eligibility criteria published on the ANCC site. It says "Emergency Care".