ANN’s virtual conference will be a combination of live-streamed sessions, on-demand sessions, and a Virtual Exhibit Hall.
Learn more about NCC’s nationally recognized certifications - available for all levels of neonatal care.
• Neonatal Intensive Care (RNC-NIC) [Level III and IV]
• Low Risk Neonatal Intensive Care (RNC-LRN) [Level II]
• Maternal Newborn (RNC-MNN) [Level I and Postpartum]
Make sure to ask about our multidisciplinary subspecialty certifications.
• Neonatal/Pediatric Transport (C-NPT) [Multidisciplinary]
• Care of the Extremely Low Birth Weight Neonate (C-ELBW) [Multidisciplinary] new
• Neonatal Neuro-Intensive Care (C-NNIC) [Multidisciplinary] new
• Obstetric and Neonatal Quality and Safety (C-ONQS) [Multidisciplinary] new
NCC has the largest population of certified professionals providing neonatal care. If you are not already certified by NCC… isn’t it time you joined them?
ANN 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 appropriate 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 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 do not 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.