How do CRNA get Class A credits?
Class A Credit Criteria Include an assessment, such as self-assessment, polling, case studies, simulations, or post-tests. Be relevant to nurse anesthesia practice or the improvement of the delivery of anesthesia care to patients.
How do I send credits to AANA?
To submit Class A Credits:
- Log into the AANA CE Portal with your AANA credentials (Google Chrome or Internet Explorer required)
- Select “Non-Prior” Individual Application.
- Complete all information and attach the requested documents.
- If there are multiple programs, you will need to fill out an application for each program.
How many CEUS do CRNAs need?
100 CE credits
The National Board of Certification and Recertification Continued Professional Certification (CPC) Program requires CRNAs to earn 100 CE credits each recertification cycle: 60 Class A credits and 40 Class B credits (or 40 additional Class A credits), CPC Assessment, and Completion of CPC Core Modules.
What are CPC core modules?
Core Modules are a specialized type of Class A credit designed to help you stay current. Core Modules are focused on recently emerging information and evidence-based knowledge.
Does Apex anesthesia have an app?
As CRNAs ourselves, we think there’s a better way. Learn anywhere, anytime on desktop or mobile.
What are AANA B credits?
Submit Class B Credits Class B credits are the most flexible component of NBCRNA’s CPC Program. Class B credits do not require prior approval and do not require an assessment. You can earn them through a wide range of professional activities.
What is an AANA certification?
Founded in 1931, the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology (AANA) is a professional association representing more than 59,000 Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) and student registered nurse anesthetists nationwide.
Are CPC core modules required?
Q: Are the CPC Modules mandatory for CRNAs? Yes, per NBCRNA. Begins in the 2020/2021 recertification cycle. No one is exempt from the taking the modules.
What does AANA membership cost?
Annual dues for Associate Members are currently $750 per year. You will be invoiced for your first year’s dues upon approval of your application. Annual Dues for Active U.S. Military Members are currently $250 per year.
What is CPC assessment?
The CPC Assessment (CPCA) is a performance standard assessment. Depending on year of recertification, your first assessment will be taken between 2020–2025. It will include 150 questions, be closed book, and have a three-hour time limit. It is not pass/fail. The assessment does not impact your certification.
Is AANA accredited for Continuing Professional Development?
Your inquiry will be addressed within 1 business day. The American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology (AANA) is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. AANA is the recognized approver of Class A Continuing Education (CE) credit by the NBCRNA.
How do I complete and submit Aana CE applications?
The CE Department is pleased to provide a web-based method to complete and submit AANA CE applications via the AANA CE Portal.
What does Aana stand for?
The American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology (AANA) is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. AANA is the recognized approver of Class A Continuing Education (CE) credit by the NBCRNA.
Is Aana learn part of the Knowledge Network?
AANA Learn has become part of the CRNA Knowledge Network. Previously available interactive courses are now listed under the “pay-per-course” page, and available to all CRNAs for purchase. The CE Department is pleased to provide a web-based method to complete and submit AANA CE applications via the AANA CE Portal.