Professional Development Products
NANN's Professional Development products support the novice nurse, nurses in orientation, and nurse mentors and mentees.
This toolkit aims to establish consistent expectations concerning competencies for NNPs at varying levels and to provide a method of evaluating competence in order to assure the public that the NNP possesses the knowledge, skill, and clinical judgment required for providing safe, effective care.
A peer mentoring program designed to provide formal support for novice nurses for 6 months beyond the orientation period. This program takes orientation a step beyond development of the novice nurse's technical and critical-thinking skills, addressing the need for interpersonal skill development.
Precepting the Advanced Practice Nurse is an immediate access, downloadable and invaluable guide for those engaged in precepting neonatal nurse practitioners. It discusses current theories and published evidence on the teaching and learning experience and offers practical examples and tools that will enhance the quality of preceptorships for both preceptor and preceptee.
Policies, procedures, and competencies are the foundation of patient care and drive nursing practice. This sixth edition helps advance an organization's commitment to evidence-based nursing and provides a strong support to neonatal nurses and neonatal nurse practitioners as they seek to give the highest quality of care to their vulnerable patients.
Membership Has Its Benefits: The Role of Professional Organizations in Cultivating Leadership Skills
In this webinar, 2018-2020 NANN President Joan Rikli presents the benefits of professional membership and how belonging to NANN can serve as an asset to your professional growth. Learn about the many resources that NANN offers its members and opportunities to volunteer where your leadership skills can be honed and applied. You'll also hear about Joan's own experience in growing in leadership to become the president of NANN.
The absence of an adequate, consistent leadership pipeline has been cited as a key challenge in nursing today. Strong leadership is critical if the vision of a transformed health care system is to be realized. Presented by Pam Spivey, this webinar will explore opportunities in leadership development available to participants through active engagement in the National Association of Neonatal Nurses and beyond.
This free presentation will cover the basics of submitting a successful NANN abstract. Instructions, guidelines, helpful hints, and expert opinion will educate the learner to write an abstract for submission to NANN's educational conference and Research Summit. Anyone interested in submitting an abstract to NANN in the next year will understand best practice tips and resources to guide their writing.
This lecture series provides a comprehensive orientation to neonatal nursing care, helping new nurses identify basic elements of the NICU patient's physiology and pathophysiology and apply necessary nursing interventions. All streaming videos are available for purchase in a bundle or individually.
- Essentials of Neonatal Nursing - Orientation Lecture Series Module 1: Cardiac Issues
- Essentials of Neonatal Nursing - Orientation Lecture Series Module 2: Gastroenterology Issues
- Essentials of Neonatal Nursing - Orientation Lecture Series Module 3: Genitourinary Issues
- Essentials of Neonatal Nursing - Orientation Lecture Series Module 4: Hematologic Issues
- Essentials of Neonatal Nursing - Orientation Lecture Series Module 5: Issues in Immunology and Infection
- Essentials of Neonatal Nursing - Orientation Lecture Series Module 6: Maternal - Fetal Issues
- Essentials of Neonatal Nursing - Orientation Lecture Series Module 7: Neurologic Issues
- Essentials of Neonatal Nursing - Orientation Lecture Series Module 8: Newborn Assessment
- Essentials of Neonatal Nursing - Orientation Lecture Series Module 9: Nutritional and Metabolic Issues
- Essentials of Neonatal Nursing - Orientation Lecture Series Module 10: Pulmonary issues
Based on the latest test plans of the AACN's CCRN®-Neonatal exam and the NCC's Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing (RNC-NIC) exam, review questions cover the changes to the Core Curriculum and reflect the latest evidence, essential knowledge, and best practices. New to this edition are three new chapters and 225 completely new review questions. This powerful study tool offers unparalleled preparation for your certification exam!
This publication provides in-depth coverage of common neonatal disorders and management and highlights the essentials of each condition including definition, etiology, pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, diagnostic tests, treatments, and outcomes.
Neonatal Developmental Care Specialist Designation
For more information on the Neonatal Developmental Care Specialist Designation and available resources, please visit this page.
The Neonatal Developmental Care Specialist Designation offers clinicians with developmental care experience an opportunity to apply and assess their knowledge through the completion of a 100-item test. The test includes both cognitive assessment questions and scenario-based cases. Those passing the test are recognized with a certificate of completion. The intended audience for the specialist designation is all neonatal healthcare professionals, including, but not limited to, nurses and therapists.
Neonatal Developmental Care Specialist Designation Renewal
If your specialist designation is up for renewal you have two options to renew! Retake the online test or submit proof of 20 contact hours of developmental care CNE.
You can purchase the online exam renewal to retake the exam at the end of your renewal window. An 80%+ must be obtained to successfully complete the renewal. If 80%+ is not obtained, you must repurchase and retake the online exam.
Renew your designation by submitting 20 contact hours and paying the manual renewal fee. Once you have submitted payment, please e-mail NANN Education Department at email@example.com, with documentation of your certificates totaling the 20 contact hours. NOTE: If it has been more than 2 years since obtaining your designation, exam re-take is required.