Updates with Impact: All-In-One Preparation for the ENP Certification

December 8, 2017
The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANPCB) established eligibility for the Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) Certification Exam, which includes three options. Option 1 requires you to complete 30 CE hours of Emergency Care Procedural skills. To make your life simpler, Rosh Review created an Emergency Care Skills and Procedures CE module derived from AANPCB’s curriculum.

What does this mean?

You no longer have to spend time trying to find a procedure course to earn CE. Use that time to study for your ENP certification exam.

To access the Emergency Care Skills and Procedures CE module, first sign up for the Emergency Nurse Practitioner Qbank that includes 2,000 questions and comprehensive explanations created in conjunction with the AANP and AAENP Examination Blueprint. Let’s do this one more time:

  1. Sign up for the Emergency Nurse Practitioner (either with or without 100 general AMA PRA Cat 1 CE)
  2. Once you are logged in, purchase the Emergency Care Skills and Procedures CE module listed in the Boost Exam section
  3. Get ready for success with a bolus of confidence and a lifetime of knowledge

The Emergency Care Skills and Procedures CE module contains the same simple interface as our main Qbank. And of course it contains the same exceptional content and teaching images

Hear what your colleagues have to say about the Rosh Review ENP Qbank:

I would like to thank you for your review. I used the ENP exam questions/review only from Rosh to prepare for the ENP exam. I passed first go around. Your question style was similar to the exam format. Everything needed to pass the exam is covered in your review. Having the certification is making a difference – job wise, pay, and credibility. Thank you very much! 

–Elizabeth Bagan, NP-C, ENP-C
Success in the Making

Give it a try, risk free, with our never-ending trial. 

And don’t forget to listen to our free emergency podcast, Roshcast. Here is a sample from episode 36, or just hit play below.

Remember to work hard, stay focused, and always have a sense of mission about your work.

By Adam Rosh

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