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  • CE: Anticipatory Guidance 1: Birth to 12 Months
    Please note: A book purchased separately from AAP is this module's reference to answer the questions. Please see full details in the reference note below.

    So much is going to happen between birth and 12 months old—for children and their families! Start your age-based journey on anticipatory guidance right here with PNCB CE. Whether you’re new to pediatric nursing or want a refresher about how to structure proactive discussions with families to provide education, screenings, and assessments that nurture young lives, this module will support your daily practice. Providing anticipatory guidance is a core element of pediatric primary care, so this may be especially helpful for nursing professionals transitioning from hospital/acute care settings to primary care. 2.0 contact hours.

    Reference Note: Instead of PowerPoint slides or articles, the reference material for this module is a single book, Bright Futures (4th edition) Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children and AdolescentsTM (Pocket Guide), sold separately by AAP. It is not included with the price of the module; however, you receive a discount on the textbook’s AAP non-member price. Click on 'Learn more & order' below for additional information. BONUS: This module is the first one in the three-part series. The Pocket Guide is used to answer the questions for all three modules.

    $15.00 - Learn more & order: CE: Anticipatory Guidance 1: Birth to 12 Months



  • CE: Anticipatory Guidance 2: Early and Middle Childhood
    Please note: A book purchased separately from AAP is this module's reference to answer the questions. Please see full details in the reference note below.

    Continue — or start! —your age-based journey on anticipatory guidance CE here as we turn our attention to children aged 15 months to 10 years. Whether you’re new to pediatric nursing or want a refresher about how to structure proactive discussions with families to provide education, screenings, and assessments that nurture young lives, this module will support your daily practice. Providing anticipatory guidance is a core element of pediatric primary care, so this may be especially helpful for nursing professionals transitioning from hospital/acute care settings to primary care. 2.0 contact hours.

    Reference Note: Instead of PowerPoint slides or articles, the reference material for this module is a single book, Bright Futures (4th edition) Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children and AdolescentsTM (Pocket Guide), sold separately by AAP. It is not included with the price of the module; however, you receive a discount on the textbook’s AAP non-member price. Click on 'Learn more & order' below for additional information. BONUS: This module is the second one in the three-part series. The Pocket Guide is used to answer the questions for all three modules.

    $15.00 - Learn more & order: CE: Anticipatory Guidance 2: Early and Middle Childhood



  • CE: Anticipatory Guidance 3: Adolescence
    Please note: A book purchased separately from AAP is this module's reference to answer the questions. Please see full details in the reference note below.

    Continue — or start! —your age-based journey on anticipatory guidance CE here as we focus on adolescents and young adults from 11 to 21 years of age. Whether you’re new to pediatric nursing or want a refresher about how to structure proactive discussions with families to provide education, screenings, and assessments that nurture young lives, this module will support your daily practice. Providing anticipatory guidance is a core element of pediatric primary care, so this may be especially helpful for nursing professionals transitioning from hospital/acute care settings to primary care. 2.0 contact hours.

    Reference Note: Instead of PowerPoint slides or articles, the reference material for this module is a single book, Bright Futures (4th edition) Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children and AdolescentsTM (Pocket Guide), sold separately by AAP. It is not included with the price of the module; however, you receive a discount on the textbook’s AAP non-member price. Click on 'Learn more & order' below for additional information. BONUS: This module is the final one in the three-part series. The Pocket Guide is used to answer the questions for all three modules.

    $15.00 - Learn more & order: CE: Anticipatory Guidance 3: Adolescence



  • CE: The Child in Room 208: IV Fluid Selection to Prevent Hyponatremia
    Anyone can learn with PNCB’s new bite-sized Journal Club CE—article included!

    Many children admitted to the hospital receive intravenous fluids. This article-based module discusses the relationship between IV fluid selection and the potential for development of hyponatremia. Use this CE activity to learn about the composition and tonicity of IVFs and indications for use. 1.0 contact hour.

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  • CE: The Child in Room 302: Addressing Inpatient Needs for Children with ASD
    Anyone can learn with PNCB’s new bite-sized Journal Club CE—article included!

    A shift has begun with the child in Room 302, a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). We all know that children with ASD have the same medical needs as children without developmental or behavioral disabilities and may at times require hospitalization for comorbid medical conditions. But is the hospital ready to provide optimal inpatient care for this child? Learn from a case-based article about gaps in care and how it takes a family-centered, team-based approach to care for the whole child. Also included is a list of resources for pediatric healthcare professionals who provide care for children with ASD. 1.0 contact hour.

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  • CE: The Child in Room 316: Disclosure of Medication Errors
    Anyone can learn with PNCB’s new bite-sized Journal Club CE—article included!

    It’s been a hectic 12-hour shift, but the child in Room 316 is all set after her nausea meds have been administered. Later, a colleague asks about a problem with the drug calculation, and panic sets in when it is realized that there has been a medication error. What are the appropriate steps to take now to disclose effectively and transparently? Learn from an article about the Children’s Hospitals’ Solutions for Patient Safety (SPS) disclosure training program to guide your actions in the event of a medication error. 1.0 contact hour.

    $10.00 - Learn more & order: CE: The Child in Room 316: Disclosure of Medication Errors



  • CE: The Child in Room 4: ACEs: Trauma-Informed Care in Pediatrics
    Anyone can learn with PNCB’s new bite-sized Journal Club CE—article included!

    Another sports physical is waiting in Room 4 of your clinic. Sophie's mom signed her up for a soccer club to take her six-year-old's mind off an upcoming divorce. Plus, Sophie's had tummy aches, been crying more, and withdrawing from favorite activities. Things are obviously piling up for Sophie, and you recognize the signs of potential trauma. Get an overview on all types of Adverse Childhood Experiences and fortify your daily practice with this this article-based module on trauma-informed care. 2.0 contact hours.

    $20.00 - Learn more & order: CE: The Child in Room 4: ACEs: Trauma-Informed Care in Pediatrics



  • Free CE: Ethics in Testing: A Personal Responsibility
    Is a certification exam in your future? Do you support others planning to test? Use this free PNCB module to explore examples of acceptable and prohibited behaviors, see strategies to help others, learn about consequences for violations, and confirm your personal commitment to exam ethics. 1.0 contact hour.

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  • Free CE: Item Writing 101
    Do you create test questions for students or colleagues? Thinking about volunteering as a PNCB exam item writer? Writing exam questions is both a science and an art. Learn the fundamentals of exam development and item writing from the experts at PNCB with this no-cost module. You'll see how to craft fair, relevant questions to avoid flaws and accurately validate knowledge. Upon completion, you may even be inspired to become a PNCB item writer yourself! 2.0 contact hours.

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  • Free CE: Item Writing 101 - For Faculty
    Especially for faculty! Do you have pain points or challenges in your item writing process? Writing exam questions is both a science and an art. Learn the fundamentals of exam development and item writing from the experts at PNCB with this no-cost module. You'll see how to craft fair, relevant questions to avoid flaws and accurately validate knowledge. 2.5 contact hours.

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  • Free CE: The CPNP Guide to Recertification
    How do CPNPs stay certified? What must a CPNP do annually vs. over the 7-year Recert tracking cycle? Use this no-cost module to understand what you need to do, option choices, and due dates, with a special focus on meeting PNCB Pediatric Updates requirements. You benefit with an in-depth overview of the process and 1 contact hour to apply to a future recertification application! 1.0 contact hour. Not applicable for CPN/RN recertification.

    $0.00 - Learn more & order: Free CE: The CPNP Guide to Recertification



  • Free CE: The Effects of Racism on Child and Adolescent Health
    The effects of racism on pediatric health can last a lifetime. How can nursing professionals prevent or minimize its devastating effects on child and adolescent physical and mental wellbeing? Now more than ever, caring inclusively and for the whole patient is critically important so that all children and adolescents receive optimal, accessible, and equitable care. Use this free CE module to deepen your understanding of racism’s effects, strengthen the care you provide, and connect families and colleagues with resources to make a difference. 1.5 contact hours.

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  • Free CE: The PMHS Guide to Recertification
    How do you recertify as a PMHS every 3 years? Use this no-cost module to understand your requirements, flexible options to meet the requirements, and when to complete the online form. You benefit with an in-depth look at the process plus 1 contact hour to apply to a future PMHS Recert application! 1.0 contact hour. Not applicable for CPN/RN recertification.

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  • Free CE: Tiny Hearts, Big Complication: Preventing Sternal Wound Infections
    Delayed sternal closure can be part of the necessary postoperative course in complex congenital heart surgery. Unfortunately, it carries an increased risk of infection. Explore the rationale for delayed sternal closure and how one hospital implemented a protocol to decrease their rate of sternal wound infections in this population. You’ll learn about their protocol, outcomes, and how it impacted hospital cost and family satisfaction. 1.0 contact hour.

    $0.00 - Learn more & order: Free CE: Tiny Hearts, Big Complication: Preventing Sternal Wound Infections