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Will CEU's be awarded for this training?

Yes - you can choose to earn six (6) hours on continuing nursing education credit at a cost of $24. This activity has been approved by the Maryland Nurses Association which is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Paying online is fast, easy, and secure - if you have a credit card or Paypal account, you can pay online, successfully complete the course, and then print out your completion certificate.

What will it cost me to take this course?

There is no cost to take the free version of this course. Support for this web-based training was provided by the U.S.Department of Homeland Security.

How long will it take me to complete the course online?

The course takes about 6 hours to complete. You do not have to finish the course all at one time, however. You can complete part of the course, log-off and then log back on later to complete the rest of the course.

Who is NNEPI's target audience?

The National Nurse Emergency Preparedness Initiative web-based course is designed for Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Nurse Practitioners. The target audience for the National Nurse Emergency Preparedness Initiative consists of the millions of nurses in the healthcare workforce on the frontlines in hospitals, home health and hospice agencies, long-term care facilities, ambulatory care settings, occupational health, public health clinics, and schools.

How many nurses does The National Nurse Emergency Preparedness Initiative hope to train?

The National Nurse Emergency Preparedness Initiative has set an ambitious yet achievable goal of training 100,000 nurses in 2008. When disaster strikes, America turns to its nurses for help. The National Nurse Emergency Preparedness Initiative is working to ensure that America's nurses are ready.

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