|Care of the Extremely Low Birth Weight Neonate (C-ELBW)
The C-ELBW multidisciplinary certification is for neonatal professionals who identify life-threatening conditions in the ELBW neonate and initiate appropriate early intervention and individualized plans of care and focus on strategies to reduce risk and optimize outcomes.
|Electronic Fetal Monitoring (C-EFM®)
The C-EFM® multidisciplinary certification is for antepartum and obstetric professionals who identify and interpret the significance of fetal heart rate patterns to determine interventions.
• psychometrically proven
• meets MOC requirements
|Neonatal Neuro-Intensive Care (C-NNIC)
The C-NNIC multidisciplinary certification is for neonatal ICU professionals who care for neurologically at-risk or impaired neonates, such as those with apnea, seizures, HIE and IVH.
|Obstetric and Neonatal Quality and Safety (C-ONQS)
The C-ONQS multidisciplinary certification is for Q&S professionals who practice, develop and/or implement Q&S initiatives and focuses on the knowledge, skills and tools used to assess, evaluate and integrate quality and safety into practice in the obstetric and neonatal settings.
|Neonatal Pediatric Transport (C-NPT®)
The C-NPT® multidisciplinary certification is for transport professionals who work as a team providing care to neonatal and/or pediatric patients beyond the walls of the hospital.
|Inpatient Antepartum Nursing (RNC-IAP) – coming soon
The RNC-IAP certification is for nursing professionals that work in antepartum units providing care to pregnant women – before the baby is delivered. This new exam will test the specialty knowledge needed to care for women with pregnancy complications that cannot be managed on an outpatient basis.
|Maternal Newborn Nursing (RNC-MNN®)
The RNC-MNN certification is for mother/baby nurses who provide care to the childbearing family from birth to six weeks within hospital, outpatient or community settings.
|Inpatient Obstetric Nursing (RNC-OB®)
The RNC-OB® is for obstetrical nurses who provide care to hospitalized pregnant women during the antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum and newborn periods.
|Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing (RNC-NIC®)
The RNC-NIC® certification is for neonatal ICU nurses who provide care to acutely and critically ill neonatal patients and their families within an intensive care environment.
|Low Risk Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing (RNC-LRN®)
The RNC-LRN® certification is for neonatal ICU nurses who provide care to acutely and chronically ill neonatal patients and their families within level II, chronic care, or step-down units.