The National Certification Corporation (NCC) Electronic Fetal Monitoring Subspecialty Certification is a competency-based examination designed for licensed health care professionals in the US and Canada who utilize electronic fetal monitoring in the care of intrapartum and antepartum obstetrical patients. Uteroplacental physiology, pattern recognition and intrauterine resuscitation interventions are central to knowledge and use of this technology. In addition, just prior to the class, you are required to apply for the certification exam at www.nccwebsite.org. Proof of examination application must be presented at the first class.
Carol Burke APRN/CNS, MSN, RNC-OB, CEFM is a perinatal clinical nurse specialist. With over 40 years experience, Carol is a published author and frequent speaker at national and local seminars. She is active with AWHONN, March of Dimes Perinatal Advisory Committee, and editorial board for the Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing and the Journal for Women’s Health. Candidates completing her course have over a 98% rate of success.
Contact hours: This activity has been awarded 7.0 contact hours by the Ohio Nurses Association (ONA). The ONA is an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation (OBN-001-91). The faculty and planners have declared that this educational activity is without conflict of interest. Criteria for successful completion and receipt of contact hours for this educational activity includes: 1) Learner’s verification of attendance, 2) Learner attending the entire program and participating in all activities 3) Learner submitting a completed evaluation form at the end of the program.