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Number of minutes divided by 60 = number of contact hours.
Program length cannot be less than 60 minutes.
A nurse planner from the provider unit (Department of Nursing Education and Professional Development = NEPD) is required to be involved with all aspects of the planning of a program.
There needs to be a nurse planner from the provider unit (NEPD) and a content expert. There must be at least 2 people on the planning committee.
No. A nurse planner from the provider unit (NEPD) is required to be involved with the planning of the program.
There should be at least one objective, but it depends on the length of the program and the number of speakers. There should be at least one objective per speaker.
No. Please review the eligibility requirements on this webpage.
No. Individual areas are not required to keep any of the completed forms. The provider unit (NEPD) is required to keep all the forms for every program for 6 years.
Yes. Continuing education is a vital component to the nursing profession. Formal documentation of continuing education is attainable by attending an event with on of the following: Contact Hours or Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) or Continuing Medical Education (CME) attendance. Check with your credentialing body for specific requirements for maintaining licensure or certification.