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If you are attending NANN or NPWH, stop by and see NCC!

Sep 2, 2017

NCC wants to connect with the nurses in our community and hear how certification has helped them professionally or personally. In order to do so, NCC leadership will be attending both NANN’s and NPWH’s October 2017 conferences. Please stop by to discuss certification, professional practice and take part in NCC’s new public awareness campaign. 

NCC Executive Director, Robin L. Bissinger, PhD, APRN, NNP-BC, FAAN, NCC President, Suzanne L. Staebler, DNP, APRN, NNP-BC, FAANP and NCC Past President Cathy Witt, PhD, APRN, NNP-BC will be attending the National Association of Neonatal Nurses’ 33rd Annual Conference in Providence, Rhode Island.

NCC Past President Suzanne Reiter, MM, MSN, WHNP-BC, FAANP, ARNP, will be attending The National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health’s 20th Annual Premier Women’s Healthcare Conference in Seattle, Washington.

A few more things that you should know before you go . . . 

Both NANN and NPWH sessions have been reviewed and coded for maintenance by NCC. The NCC CE specialty codes are published in the conference brochure and available on the conference website. Use the provided coding to choose the continuing education needed for your NCC maintenance.

Check your education plan! It will help you decide what sessions are best suited for your professional development. Your education plan shows what specialty content areas needs CE hours in order to maintain your NCC certification. Only CE that is earned in the areas defined by your education plan can be used for NCC maintenance.

If you don't have an education plan - take your assessment. A continuing competency assessment is needed for each NCC maintenance cycle. The assessment generates your educational plan and defines the CE needed for your current maintenance cycle. Only CE earned after the assessment can be used to maintain.