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Earn CNE credit
Online modules

Lead a group study

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CNE activities

How to earn CNE credit with online modules

IMPORTANT: Be sure to verify that your equipment meets our technical requirements before accessing an online module.

  1. Study the module.
    Go to the activities list and locate the module you want to study. Click the Access content and take test link and follow the instructions to purchase access to the content and the test. The fee is payable by credit card.

  2. Take the test online.
    After reading or viewing the material, click the Take test link on the module home page. The link to the the module home page you have purchased will be in your My Account page.

  3. Pass the test.
    To receive a certificate of completion for a CNE module, you must pass the module's CNE test with a score of ≥70 percent. You will get a second chance to pass if your score is <70 percent. You will receive your score immediately.

  4. Complete the evaluation.
    When you successfully complete the test, you will be prompted to complete an evaluation. You must complete the evaluation before you can print your certificate.

  5. Print your CNE certificate.
    When you take your test online and pass it and complete the evaluation, you can print your CNE certificate immediately. Click print your certificate for more information.

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New! Easing Parent Trauma in the NICU: Trauma-Informed Care for NICU Nurses

Archived webinar
(1.0 contact hours)
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New! Overheard: What We Say, What We Mean, and What Families Hear

Archived webinar
(1.0 contact hours)
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New! The Child with Medical Complexities: Designing a Better Pathway from Hospital to Home

Archived webinar
(1.0 contact hours)
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Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Addressing Models of Care which Support the Baby and Family

Archived webinar
(1.0 contact hours)
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