CE: Anticipatory Guidance 2: Early and Middle Childhood
CE Series Note: PNCB offers three separate anticipatory guidance modules, arranged by stages of development, that use the Bright Futures Pocket GuideTM. You can choose to complete one, two, or all three modules, which are all sold separately in PNCB's CE Marketplace.
Module 1: birth through 12 months.
Module 2: 15 months to 10 years.
Module 3: 11 to 21 years.
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. New to pediatric nursing? Want a refresher about how to structure proactive discussions with families to provide education, screenings, and assessments that nurture young lives? Transitioning your career from hospital/acute care settings to primary care? This module will support your daily practice.
Acceptable for any PNCB recertification
$15 nonrefundable fee for this CE activity
2.0 contact hours accredited by NAPNAP which 0 contain Pharmacology (Rx) content (including 0 of psychopharmacology) (including 0 of controlled substances)
Completion is due 150 days from order date. During this period you have unlimited access to log in and out of the module to complete it in more than one sitting.
Reference Information: This module's reference is a single cost-effective book, Bright Futures (4th edition) Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children and Adolescents (Pocket Guide), sold separately on The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) website. Textbook cost is $13.56 (before taxes/shipping) when you use the 20% discount code PNCBAAP. PNCB does not receive any revenue from AAP for textbook purchases.
BONUS: This module is the second in a three-part series. The pocket guide is used to answer the questions for all three modules.
Disclaimer: answers to the CE assessment questions will be based on the Bright Futures 4th edition Pocket Guide. While PNCB follows standard editorial procedures for content, we cannot guarantee that the information provided is the most up-to-date knowledge available or appropriate for any given patient.