June 10, 2022
Course takes place from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM ET
HPNA's Live Virtual Certification Review Courses provide a framework to prepare, and a process to assess strengths and weaknesses of content for your upcoming certification examination. These courses are facilitated by nationally recognized subject matter experts and award the attendee 8.75 NCPD Hours and 4.0 Category 1 Pharm Credits upon successful completion of the course.
Each module in the review course addresses sections of the detailed content outline from the 2021 HPCC Candidate Handbook.
Participation in an HPNA certification review course does not guarantee success in passing an HPCC certification examination. For additional information, please contact the HPNA education department at 412-787-9301 or [email protected].
Attendees can earn a maximum of 8.75 NCPD hours and 4.0 Rx credits. Successful activity completion awards the learner 8.75 NCPD accredited education contact hours. Successful completion includes attending the activity in its entirety, attesting to attendance, and completing/ submitting the post-activity evaluation within the timeframe specified.
The faculty/planners of this accredited continuing professional development activity have disclosed no relevant financial, professional, or personal relationship with ineligible companies pertaining to faculty selection, delivery, and evaluation of this conference.
The Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association is an accredited provider of continuing nursing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC). Provider number P0284.
The last day to register for this course is June 7, 2022.
Course takes place from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM ET.
Registrations that are cancelled in writing up to 3 weeks prior to the event will be refunded minus a $50 administrative fee. Cancellations received less than 1 week prior to the event will not be refunded. Please contact the HPNA Education Department about cancellations at [email protected]. Cancellation requests must be received in writing.