The Faculty Resource Center provides academic nurse educators with materials to:
- Integrate content about the Magnet Model and its framework for excellence into nursing school curricula
- Promote certification to nursing students
- Support continuing education for nursing faculty
- Submit Research/Posters to National Magnet Conference®
Each year, ANCC receives submissions such as posters, research and art to display at the National Magnet Conference. Learn more about this exciting opportunity.
Note: Deadline for submissions occurs in February of the conference year.
- Accredit Your Continuing Nursing Education Program
If you offer continuing education for nurses, ANCC offers a range of accrediting options for any size CE program and skills competency courses.
- ANCC Certification Applications
See all ANCC certified nursing specialties. Apply online!
- Recommended Articles
This is a list of recommended articles to use by staff development personnel and individual nurses who want to promote certification and continuing education to staff.
- "2006 Salary Survey" by Cheryl L. Mee, RN,BC, CMSRN, MSN, Nursing 2006, October 2006, Pages 46-51, Volume 36, Number 10.
- "Eight Good Reasons to Certify" by Mary C. Smolenski, RN, EdD, APRN, BC, FAANP, CAE, Nursing Spectrum Magazine, September 11, 2006.
- "Playing the Credentials Game" by Mary C. Smolenski, FNP, NP-C, EdD, Nursing Spectrum, December 1, 2002. "Credentialing, Certification, and Competence: Issues for New and Seasoned Nurse Practitioners" by Mary C. Smolenski, EdD, APRNBC, FNP, FAANP, Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, pages 201-204, Volume 17, Issue 6, June 2005.
- Certification FAQs
Answers to the most commonly asked questions about the ANCC application process.
- Become an Item Writer for ANCC Certification Exams
Item writers are content experts who are ANCC certified and write test questions for the ANCC exams.
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