This Seminar is co-presented Cindy Parke, RNC, CNM, MSN and Tracy Karp, RNC, MS, NNP, recognized leaders and educators in the field.
Fast paced, comprehensive and intense review of physiology, pathophysiology, signs/symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of mother and the low-risk newborn. This program will refresh your knowledge base, improve your assessment skills for clinical practice and assist you as a caregiver. It is also an excellent prep for the RNC exams with content to compliment exam outlines and a review of test taking skills.
Note: Taking the review course does not guarantee passing the exam.
FALLS CHURCH, VA – MARCH 13-15
NCC Exam option March 16
Host: Inova Health System
Physicians Conference Center
3300 Gallows Road, Falls Church, VA 22042
Hilton Garden Inn Falls Church
706 W Broad St, Falls Church, VA 22046
Phone: (703) 237-8700
WHITE PLAINS, NY – APRIL 1-3
NCC Exam options April 4
Host: White Plains Hospital
White Plains Hospital
41 E. Post Road: White Plains, NY 10601
Crowne Plaza Hotel
66 Hale Ave, White Plains, NY 10601
Phone: (914) 682-0050
ST. LOUIS, MO – SEPTEMBER 23-25
NCC Exam options September 26th
Host: SSM Health
St. Marys Hospital Kohler Auditorium
6420 Clayton Rd. St. Louis, MO 63117
RENO, NV – OCTOBER 7-9
NCC Exam option October 10th
Seminar & Lodging Site:
Whitney Peak Resort
255 N Virginia St, Reno, NV 89501
Phone: (775) 398-5400
Certified Nurse Midwife, Educator, and Clinician; Cindy has taught essentials of women’s health, pregnancy, and childbirth topics to nurses nationwide. An active member of the ACNM, AWHONN, Sigma Theta Tau, and the International Cesarean Awareness Network, Cindy’s focus is on comprehensive assessment and care, antepartum through postpartum. Cindy teaches from a physiology base, helping you put all the pieces together for your clinical practice and testing. Logical and thorough. Recognizing the risks, choosing appropriate interventions, responding to the clinical findings – this program presents a focused overview of maternal care.
Author, Educator, Researcher, and Clinician: Tracy Karp has 34 years of experience in neonatal nursing. He is currently the Chief of Advanced Practice Clinicians at Intermountain Healthcare’s Primary Children’s Medical Center. Tracy continues to practice as a neonatal Nurse Practitioner in various clinical settings including Level II & III NICUs. He is also on clinical faculty at the University of Utah College of Nursing in Salt Lake City. He has presented at various conventions; served on multiple state, regional, and national neonatal committees, and has authored or co-authored numerous textbook chapters and articles. Tracy has a relaxed teaching style utilizing audience knowledge in a technique that has proven to be engaging and a great tool for retention
Florida FBN #2219 for 21.75 Hours: 7.25/day
This program has been designed to meet the Board of Nursing CE requirements for license renewal in all 50 states. Professional Education Center (PEC) is a provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #9890, CE Certificate is issued at program conclusion.
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION CENTER is dedicated to bringing you the most respected speakers, and providing education that is clinically essential. Education that you will use every day – Education that makes a difference! The opportunity to share experiences and network with your peers is just one more reason to choose Professional Education Center for your CE programs!
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