Complimentary Products for Full Individual Members

Take advantage of all the valuable resources available at no additional cost to full individual and international NANN members*. NANN and NANNP members receive access to additional resources and publications, learn more about member benefits!

*E-Members do not receive complimentary products.

NANN members receive 20 hours of free CE and the following free digital products on iLearn, NANN’s exclusive learning management system:

Bilingual Safe Sleep Prompt Deck

NANN, with the support of Pampers, part of the P&G family, has developed an Infant Safe Sleep Prompt Deck as part of the Pamper’s Safe Sleep Initiative. This educational tool serves as a reinforcement of NANN’s Safe Sleep Guideline. Designed to be used by neonatal nurses with caregivers, it outlines the important elements of following the Safe Sleep Guideline in practice.

Resource Guide for Neonatal Cardiac Care w/Illustrations

The PDF download of Resource Guide for Neonatal Cardiac Care with Companion Illustrations provides an evidence-based approach to identifying and treating neonates with heart disease and offers labeled illustrations of commonly treated heart defects. 

Mentoring Toolkit for Nurse Practitioners

The Mentoring Toolkit for Nurse Practitioners presents the evidence, provides the rationale, and delivers the tools needed to establish a formal, structured mentoring program for new nurse practitioners at your institution. This toolkit incorporates a comprehensive suite of tools for every phase of a nurse practitioner mentoring program.

Infant-Directed Oral Feeding Guideline

This guideline offers evidence-based protocols that can be individualized to an infant’s abilities (infant-directed) and acknowledge the family as the primary caregiver and feeder (family-centered). Guidance is provided for nurses to help parents interpret infant cues during feeding, problem solve infant behavior issues, and explore interventions to support the infant’s self-regulation throughout feedings. Based heavily on the literature, this guideline offers a consistent approach and language for all caregivers, including family members, in the pursuit of optimal oral feeding outcomes.


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To find CE products free to members only, log into iLearn and search the catalog for “free member CE” or filter for “free member CE”.

You’ll also find the following free to full, individual and international members on iLearn:

CNENow! Learning Modules

Neonatal Blood Gas Analysis

The authors discuss the importance of accurate interpretation of blood gases using an organized, stepwise approach. A review of the underlying causes of blood gas changes and minimization of potential errors to allow for timely interventions will also be examined.

Necrotizing Enterocolitis

The authors discuss the multifactorial etiology of this disease in the VLBW infant. The importance of human milk in the preterm infant’s immune defenses and educating parents and caregivers about special feeding needs as a means of prevention are also considered.

Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants

The author discusses the importance of maintaining a neutral thermal environment in the ELBW. Nursing interventions and implications are identified to decrease the incidence of temperature instability in the ELBW.

Sepsis and Antibiotic Use in Neonates

The author discusses neonatal sepsis and the importance of timing of diagnosis. Challenges with timing of treatment and liberal use or overuse of antibiotics are identified.

Family Teaching Toolbox

Visit the Family & Patient Education page for the resources that NANN offers to patients and families!

Additional Resources

Age-Appropriate Care of the Premature and Critically Ill Hospitalized Infant

This guideline focuses on the care of all premature and critically ill hospitalized newborns, regardless of their specific disease.

Precepting the Advanced Practice Nurse: From Expert RN to Novice NNP

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.