Nurses Week 2020 Special NP and RN Offers During National Nurses Week 2020

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Nurses Week 2020 Special Offers - FNP, ENP, RN, NCLEX, save 30% off all nursing products at Med-Challenger

Nurses Week 2020 Special Offers on NP & RN Exam Review and CNE CoursesCelebrate National Nurses Week 2020 with Med-Challenger and save 30% on all nursing courses – even NP PRO! National Nurses Week begins each year on May 6th and ends on May 12th, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. As of 1998, May 8 was designated as National Student Nurses Day, … Read More

FNP Pass Rates – Why Have FNP Exam Pass Rates Declined for AANP and ANCC Nurse Practitioner Exams?

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FNP Pass Rates - Family Nurse Practitioner Pass Rates are Down on AANP and ANCC FNP Exams

Family Nurse Practitioner Exam Pass Rates – Why Have FNP Exam Pass Rates Declined?FNP Exam Pass Rates Have Been Falling The field of family nurse practitioners has exploded over the last decade, more than quadrupling in size. The structures that educate and support people in the field have had to grow and change as a result; however, they’ve run into … Read More

What’s the Easiest FNP Exam to Pass? The AANP Exam or the ANCC Exam?

Mary Alice O'Brien, DNP, APRN, FNP-BCNurse Practitioner, Nursing Programs, Personal Education

what's the easiest FNP exam to pass? AANP or ANCC, which his easier?

There are two exams that an aspiring Family Nurse Practitioner seeking certification can take – the American Association of Nurse Practitioner’s FNP exam (the AANP exam) or the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (the ANCC exam).  Given the amount of time, money, and energy that goes into taking one of these exams, it’s only natural that FNP students would look to … Read More

How to Get the Most From Your CME Budget or CME Allowance: How to Spend Your CME Dollars Wisely

Nancy M. Anderson, MBA, MSEmergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Medical News, Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Medicine, Personal Education, Urgent Care

Best use of your CME budget or CME allowance

Many physicians, even some nurse practitioners and physician assistants, are lucky enough to have a CME budget – sometime called a CME stipend or CME allowance – for educational purposes for the calendar year.  Sometimes these CME dollars need to be spent each year or they simply disappear when time runs out.  CME budget cycles usually begin and end either … Read More

Nurse Practitioner Practice: New Trends of the NP Practice and NP Programs

Robert V Anderson, Med-Challenger CEOCompany News, Group Education, Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Programs

The nurse practitioner then and now - recent growth and future trends in NP practice and NP education

Nurse practitioner practice is one of the fastest growing segments in healthcare practice and healthcare education.  From BSN to NP to DNP, the number of graduated nurse practitioners is still outpaced by demand and NP programs are adopting new solutions to meeting demand – or they must turn away qualified candidates every year.  In this article, we’ll look at the … Read More