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The American Association of Neuroscience Nurses is accredited as a provider and approver of continuing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Learn more about getting approval for your educational event from AANN.

AANN also awards CE credit as a provider of continuing education for their Annual Educational Meeting and their Clinical Practice Guidelines.  The Journal of Neuroscience Nursing offers CE credit through the publisher.  Each online article with posttest provides one (1) contact hour. These credits are good towards neuroscience nursing CNRN recertification hours or any ANCC certification. View step-by-step instructions for earning online CE.


Journal of Neuroscience Nursing CE articles

Clinical Practice Guidelines

Annual Educational Meeting

AANN & American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Joint Webinar
Predicting Stroke and Bleeding Risk in Patients with Atrial Fibrillation
Recorded May 6, 2014


Additional CE Opportunities

Please note: CE credit listed below is provided by external vendors and endorsed by AANN.

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Neuroscience Nursing Review Intensive CE Series
, an online CNRN preparation program with CE credit provided by Nurse.comImages | /images/celogo.gif

Hemispheres™ Stroke Competency Series, CE credit provided by Hemispheres™

Mild TBI Web-Based Case Studies, CE credit provided by the Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE) for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury

National Stroke Association Stroke Modules, CE credit provided by the National Stroke Association


Non CE Webinars


Concerned with CSF overdrainage Increasing patient safety at the bedsideConcerned with CSF overdrainage? Increasing patient safe

Sharing of best practice in managing CSF lumbar drains - 1. Based on the clinical rationale for lumbar CSF drainage, identify benefits and risks of therapy. 2. Describe strategies for safety when providing care to patients with lumbar CSF drains. 3. Discuss patient and family educational concepts to avoid complications of lumbar CSF Drainage.

Hosted by: AANN & Integra
Presented by: Karin Grant MS, RN, CNRN, ACNP-BC (Riverside Methodist Hospital)

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