Critical Care RN Review Course
The CCRN certification is a board certification granted by AACN Certification Corporation. It validates that a register nurse has achieved a level of knowledge in nursing necessary to care for patients in the acute care and/or critical care setting. CCRN certification denotes that the registered nurse is qualified and competent, as well as, has met the rigorous certification requirements set forth by AACN necessary to achieve board certification status.
This course presents an overview of topics covered in the 2017 Adult CCRN Test Plan to help you prepare for certification and apply the content in your clinical practice.
The course covers the concepts below .These concepts support the AACN Synergy Model for Patient Care.
A current, unencumbered US RN or APRN license is requires and one of the following:
- Practice as an RN or APRN for 1,750 hours in direct care of acutely/critically ill adult patients during the previous two years, with 875 of those hours accrued in the most recent year preceding application
- Practice as an RN or APRN for at least five years with a minimum of 2,000 hours in direct care of acutely/critically ill adult patients, with 144 of those hours accrued in the most recent year preceding application
Meet the Instructor
Margaret graduated from St. Anselm College in 1975. Shortly after, she began working in the ICU. In 1988 she was certified in CCRN. After working in many different ICUs and managing roles, Margaret received her NP from UMass GSN in 2005 and worked in inpatient cardiology at the Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. Margaret also received her PhD in nursing from UMass GSN in 2014 and currently works in the outpatient setting in a cardiology and heart failure clinic.