UofL Hospital will host its first Nurse Executive and Nurse Executive Advanced nursing certification Exam Review on Dec. 3 and 4 in Louisville, Ky. The review course prepares registered nurses with a bachelor's degree or higher in nursing, and mid-level administrative or higher managerial positions, to become board certified in nursing administration through the American Nurse Credentialing Center (ANCC).¬†
Once an individual meets eligibility requirements to take the certification examination, and successfully passes, they are awarded the Nurse Executive-Board Certified (NE-BC) or Nurse Executive Advanced Board Certified (NEA-BC) credential, valid for five years. For eligibility criteria, please refer to the ANCC‚Äôs website.
The two-day course will be led by Joshua Gunter, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, CCRN-CMC. Gunter is the chief nursing officer for Select Specialty Hospital in Birmingham, Ala. Prior to pursuing health care leadership, he worked as a bedside cardiac intensive care nurse, during which he obtained his CCRN and CMC certifications. He has led intensive care and cardiac stepdown units, as well as respiratory and informatics departments.¬† For more information, and to register for the review course, please visit https://meded.cvent.com/d/lbqplk/.
Who: UofL Hospital Nursing Education
What: NE/NEA review course for nurse leaders
When: Dec. 3-4, 8:30 a.m.‚Äď4 p.m.
Where: ¬†UofL Shelby Campus¬†
Founders Union Building, Room 6
4501 N. Whittington Parkway
Louisville, KY 40222