Resources from NCC . . . most are Free! February 28, 2018

Take advantage of the various programs NCC has created to enhance professional practice and support recognition for our certified professionals - most of these resources are free! 

NCCwebsite.org – Everything you need to maintain your certified status, including affordable CE tailored to your specialty. Visit NCCwebsite.org for notices, events and articles considered important clinically or professionally (recently posted “Education, Competency, Certification, Credentialing – What’s the Difference?” Lisa A. Miller, CNM, JD, The Journal of Perinatal & Neonatal Nursing, April/June 2017, pgs. 101-103)

NCC-EFM.org – Free EFM resources, peer-to-peer discussions and consumer awareness campaigns along with the popular NCC EFM Tracing Game. 

The EFM Tracing Game allows you to hone your skills by identifying strip elements - the first two collections are free.
 

NeonatalEducationalResources.org –  Free resources to help bring about the best outcomes possible for your tiny patients. This site is also home to the highly praised “Golden Hours: Care of the Very Low Birth Weight Infant” publication and “Neonatal Imaging” NCC's publication on neonatal radiography and sonography.

NCC-QualityandSafety.org – Free perinatal safety resources, guidelines & standards along with a Perinatal Patient Safety presentation that can be downloaded to use within your organization.
 

CertifiedNurses.org – A consumer education site jointly created by certifying organizations to show the importance of certification.

Merchandise – tee-shirts, mugs and mousepads are a few of the items available at the web stores below:
NCC Certified Nurses Changing Lives 
Certified Nurses are Everywhere

NCC Practice Resource Monthly News Brief – This free monthly publication contains notices from NCC and diverse, concise articles specifically chosen for our certified professionals. It is presented in a quick easy-to-read format and is considered an educational tool to help keep current with the ever changing landscape of healthcare.