Electronic Fetal Monitoring Review | October 2019 | Falls Church, VA
Don’t miss the PEC Seminar ‘EFM Review: Essential Concepts for EFM Certification and Credentialing’
This Seminar is presented by Rebecca Cypher, MSN, PNNP, 2019 AWHONN President-Elect and nationally respected expert in EFM. This seminar helps prepare the participant for NCC RNC EFM or Perinatal Quality Foundation FM Credentialing Exams.
This seminar includes essential content to validate your core EFM knowledge with vital updates in research. NICHD, AWHONN, ACOG and ACNM fetal monitoring standards and guidelines are presented. An on-site paper-pencil NCC EFM examination is available to those who have applied for, and been accepted as an eligible candidate, of the EFM subspecialty exam.
Note: Taking the review course does not guarantee passing the exam.
Rebecca is a nationally respected leader and consultant in perinatal healthcare. She brings to the program over 30 years of active duty Air Force and civilian nursing experience. Her career consisted of a number of diverse professional roles, including direct patient care, management, education and research. She is nationally certiﬁed in Inpatient OB and EFM. An active member of AWHONN, she is currently the 2019 President Elect. Previously she served in a variety of AWHONN positions including two terms on the Board of Directors. Rebecca joined Lisa Miller, CNM, JD, and Dr. David Miller as co-author for Mosby’s Fetal Monitoring: A Multidisciplinary Approach (8th ed.) and has been a contributor to AWHONN’s Fetal Monitoring Principles and Practices (5th ed). She has authored numerous book chapters and manuscripts published in a number of leading nursing and medical references. Currently, she is a reviewer for Nursing for Women’s Health, on the editorial board for the Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing, and a Contributing Editor for the Legal Issues and Risk Management column. Committed to improving quality and safety in perinatal care, balanced with thoughtful insight in a simple but comprehensive teaching style, Rebecca will share a wealth of knowledge and up to date evidence, based on her extensive clinical experience and education.
Yes – There are Continuing Education Credits
BRN Credits: 12 Hours
Physician: Category II CME can be self-submitted
Professional Education Center (PEC) is a provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #9890, Florida FBN #2219 for 11.5 (7.5 Day 1 and 4.5 Day 2) Contact Hours. Meets Texas Type I criteria.
Neither program planners or presenters have any commercial conflict of interest
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