Question: Who needs NRP certification?

The NRP certification course is designed for anyone who takes care of neonates, particularly those who have just been born. Nurses and doctors most frequently take this course.

Who is NRP accredited by?

The American Midwifery Certification Board accepts continuing education units approved by the ACCME (Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education) Category 1, and the AMA (American Medical Association ) PRA Category 1.

What does NRP certification stand for?

Neonatal Resuscitation Program® The Neonatal Resuscitation Program® (NRP®) course conveys an evidence-based approach to care of the newborn at birth and facilitates effective team-based care for healthcare professionals who care for newborns at the time of delivery.

Can you get NRP certification online?

NRP Certification Online provides you with the most convenient method of obtaining your Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) certification online. By Enrolling in our online NRP certification or recertification program, you will be on your way to becoming NRP certified on your own time and on your own schedule.

How long is NRP certification good for?

2 years How long is a Neonatal Resuscitation certification good for? And how many CEUs/CMEs will I earn? Your initial Neonatal Resuscitation certification is valid for 2 years and provides you with 8 CEUs/CMEs.

How many times can you take NRP exam?

The NRP Instructor Exam includes the Provider Exam questions and an additional 20 questions on Instructor-specific content discussed in the Instructor Toolkit. You have unlimited attempts to pass each section of the exam and will be able to view questions you missed.

How do I get a NRP card?

To receive a replacement NRP Provider Card, please contact the instructor of your course. He/she will be able to issue you a replacement card. If you are unable to locate the instructor, you can contact the Life Support staff for a letter of verification at lifesupport@aap.org.

How long does NRP certification last?

NRP Provider status is valid for 2 years. However, you may need to renew sooner to meet professional/institutional requirements. You can renew your Provider status by reading the textbook, successfully completing the online exam, and participating in a Provider course.

How do I print my NRP certificate?

Click the Certificate button at the top of the 7th Edition NRP Provider Course Part 1 Learning Activities page to open the certificate in a new browser window, which you can then print.

Is NRP a certification?

NRP stands for Neonatal Resuscitation Program, and it is a certificate program put out by the American Academy of Pediatrics. This program is designed to give you the most up-to-date knowledge available on resuscitating newborns.

How many CEUs is NRP?

8 CEUs Your initial Neonatal Resuscitation certification is valid for 2 years and provides you with 8 CEUs/CMEs. Once your certification expires, you will need to complete a Neonatal Resuscitation recertification, which provides you with 4 CEUs/CMEs, to remain actively certified.

How do I get an NRP certificate?

To receive a replacement NRP Provider Card, please contact the instructor of your course. He/she will be able to issue you a replacement card. If you are unable to locate the instructor, you can contact the Life Support staff for a letter of verification at lifesupport@aap.org.

How many hours is NRP certification?

11 hours NRP Providers receive 11 hours of CE/CME credit for completing Part 1 of the 7th edition Provider Curriculum.

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