Survey: Are you certified in your nursing specialty? - page 3

Here are the results of last months survey question Are you certified in your nursing specialty? : Please feel free to read and post any comments... Read More

  1. by   amyBSN
    Since I just graduated last May and started working in June, my focus for these past 9 months has been finding my comfort level as a nurse and gaining confidence in my skills and knowledge. I do, however, plan to become certified, in orthopedic nursing.
  2. by   traumaRUs
    Yes, CEN
  3. by   ResearchRN
    Throughout my nursing career I have held the following certifications:

    RN,C - Certified Med-Surg Nurse
    OCN - Oncology Certified Nurse
    ACRN - AIDS Certified Registered Nurse

    All of the above have lapsed and I now hold:

    CCRC - Certified Clinical Research Coordinator
    CCRA - Certified Clinical Research Associate
  4. by   NurseKimberley
    anybody know what certs an lpn can have besides iv and geriatrics?
  5. by   CindyCCRN
    I am CCRN for about 14 years - enjoy staying current with nursing trends, new treatments and ever-advancing technology... have always read many journals, perpetual student, ICU preceptor, teach some critical care classes...
    ....But, do prefer bedside nursing!
  6. by   catlady
    I've had my CCRN since 1989. I work in long-term care now, and most people here have no idea what CCRN means. I would like to get my geriatric certification, but since ANCC doesn't recognize my bachelor's or master's degrees because they're not in nursing, I'm not going to do it.