Enduring Materials

The 2020 National Nurse Practitioner Symposium will offer 1.5 CE/CME hours for each of up to six sessions, and 1.0 CE/CME hour for one session, as enduring materials. CE/CME hours are offered from ANCC, ACCME and AANP.
These contact/CE hours will be offered July 15, 2020, through and including December 1, 2020. To receive your CE/CME hours:
    1. View the presentation video
    2. Complete and pass a 10-question test on the presentation content (80% correct is considered passing)
    3. Obtain a certificate after successfully completing and passing a test. (One certificate per passed test, up to seven certificates maximum)

Note: If you intend to obtain CE/CME hours for more than one presentation, you do not need to complete everything in one sitting. You can return anytime through and including December 1, 2020 to view additional presentations and take tests.

If you attended the 2020 National Nurse Practitioner Symposium Live Virtual Symposium, these enduring materials hours are complimentary and separate from the CE/CME hours you received at the live meeting. If you did not attend the 2020 National Nurse Practitioner Symposium Live Virtual Symposium, the cost is $5 per test attempt. If you are not successful in passing a test on first attempt, you may retake the same test after a 24 hour grace period, which allows you time to review the presentation video again.

Presentation #1The Immunocompromised Patient and Antimicrobial Therapy
(1.5 CE/CME hours, including 1.125 Rx hours)
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Presentation #2Killer or Filler: What Happens to Patients when Illicit Substances Are Cut for Profit?
(1.5 CE/CME hours, including 1.5 Rx hours)
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Presentation #3Postpartum Depression
(1.5 CE/CME hours, including 0.375 Rx hour)
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Presentation #4Dermatology Pearls for the Primary Care Provider
(1.5 CE/CME hours, including 0.75 Rx hour)
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Presentation #5One Pill Can Kill: A Look at the Poisoned Pediatric Patient
(1.5 CE/CME hours, including 1.5 Rx hours)
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Presentation #6Promoting Resilience by Recognizing and Treating Frailty
(1.5 CE/CME hours, including 0.375 Rx hour)
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Presentation #7COVID-19: Update for Healthcare Providers
(1.0 CE/CME hour, including 0.375 Rx hour)
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Enduring Materials

The 2020 National Nurse Practitioner Symposium will offer 1.5 CE/CME hours for each of up to six sessions, and 1.0 CE/CME hour for one session, as enduring materials. CE/CME hours are offered from ANCC, ACCME and AANP.

These CE/CME hours will be offered August 1, 2020, through and including December 1, 2020. To receive your CE/CME hours:

  1. View the presentation video
  2. Complete and pass a 10-question test on the presentation content (80% correct is considered passing)
  3. Obtain a certificate after successfully completing and passing a test. (One certificate per passed test, up to seven certificates maximum)

If you attended the 2020 National Nurse Practitioner Symposium, these enduring materials hours are complimentary and separate from the CE/CME hours you received at the live meeting. If you did not attend the 2020 National Nurse Practitioner Symposium, the cost is $5 per test attempt. If you are not successful in passing a test on first attempt, you may retake the same test after a 24 hour grace period, which allows you time to review the presentation video again.

Note: Check back here starting August 1, 2020 to view video presentation(s) and take certification test(s).

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