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... 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".