The Healthcare Training Academy presents:
Critical Care Examination Review (CCRN & PCCN Review) 2-Day Program
If you are studying for the AACN’s CCRN® certification exam (or the PCCN® Exam), or want an intensive critical and progressive care review, then this course is for you!
This program has been updated to the 2020 AACN Adult Exam Blueprints (for CCRN & PCCN) and follows the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses’ (AACN) Core Curriculum. The faculty of this program have great insight on the CCRN & PCCN examinations and they will provide you with invaluable exam test-taking tips. The faculty of our CCRN Review Program intentionally take the CCRN & PCCN exams to renew their credentials and will provide you with excellent exam insight, as well as an amazing review of critical care concepts. Upon completing this program and it's objectives you will be ready to take the AACN's Adult CCRN (and/or PCCN) Examination.
- Essential Exam Test Taking Tips
Newer lessons to reflect 2020 AACN Update:
- Cardiac Surgery, including TAVR,
- Conduction abnormalities,
- Pleural Space Syndromes,
- Adrenal Issues,
- Post-Intensive Care Treatment,
- Neurological Interventions,
- and much more...!
BONUS: This program also provides each attendee with 150+ practice exam questions (FREE). Some questions we will review during the program and the remainder of the questions you will be given access via our Learning Management System (LMS). Note: Access is granted for 30-days from the last day of the seminar. Additional contact hours will be awarded to those completing the online questions exercise.
Audience: Nurses: RNs, NPs.
Continuing Education Credit: 12 hours awarded upon program completion
Faculty/Presenter: Lee Taylor-Vaughan, JD, MSN, RN, APN, CCRN-CSC-CMC, PCCN, TCRN, CEN, LNC, NREMT-P Lee is a native of Yorkshire England, began his career in healthcare in 1995--in the ER; Since that time, he has completed programs for EMT, Paramedic, and Nursing. He obtained his BS and MS in Nursing from Rutgers University and a Juris Doctor from Concord Law School. Lee’s career has been strongly focused on Emergency and Critical Care and as an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner with many specialties including pre-hospital emergency care, critical care, trauma, and cardiothoracic surgery. He provides continuing education and certification review courses to nurses, physicians, and a variety of medical professionals. Lee has co-authored the Critical Care Examination Review and Emergency Nurses Examination Review books with Laura Gasparis Vonfrolio. Lee also speaks with Dr. Vonfrolio at many National and International Nursing Review Seminars. Lee is certainly a down-to-earth, a dynamic & energetic, yet educationally entertaining lecturer--holding many speaking engagements. You will be engaged throughout this review, and you will leave ready to undertake the CCRN (or PCCN) Exam! Lee has no identified conflict of interest with the content of this program.
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Regardless of the review class you take, ensure the presenter (like Lee) holds active CCRN AND PCCN credentials and takes the exam on a regular basis to provide you with the best insight and a high-quality program.
Required Disclaimers: The Healthcare Training Academy (D/B/A CardiacEd) is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by The New Jersey State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Non-nursing professions should consult with their respective board to ensure nursing credit is acceptable for your credential renewal requirements. If you are not a nurse, and you are taking this program for educational credit, please verify your board’s acceptance before registering for this event, as refunds will not be issued. Tuition is based upon the date received; we recommend registering online, or via phone, we are not responsible for mail delays. We must receive your tuition payment BEFORE the seminar.
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