PITMAN, NJ —The Accreditation Board for Specialty Nursing Certification, Inc. (ABSNC), recently announced it has granted accreditation to the Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission (NNCC) for the Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT) certification program. ABSNC also granted reaccreditation to NNCC’s Certified Dialysis Nurse (CDN) and Certified Nephrology Nurse (CNN) certification programs.

ABSNC accreditation is a peer-reviewed mechanism that allows nursing certifying organizations to obtain program accreditation by demonstrating compliance with the highest quality standards in the industry.

“Accreditation is a highly desirable distinction for organizations that certify nurses and non-RN team members in a specialty,” said Dottie Roberts, EdD, MSN, MACI, RN, OCNS-C®, CMSRN, ABSNC Accreditation Manager. “We at ABSNC are very pleased to recognize the CCHT program as the first accredited non-RN team member program to earn this prestigious recognition.”

For the CDN and CNN reaccreditations, NNCC met the standards set by ABSNC, according to Roberts.

“Applicant organizations complete a rigorous process to demonstrate maintenance of a quality certification program in meeting the ABSNC standards and earning this prestigious recognition,” she said.

NNCC is a national, independent organization that collaborates with the Center for Nursing Education and Testing (C-NET) in developing, administering and evaluating certification tests. The organization oversees the following certifications:

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The 2017 ADC Technician Symposium is designed for dialysis technicians and other healthcare providers who participate in providing care for patients on dialysis therapy.

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Want to know more about certification and its value to your career and professional advancement? Well, we've created an easy-to-use presentation full of helpful information and NNCC is now offering a credit of 0.5 contact hours towards your continuing education requirement for certification or recertification with us.

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PITMAN, NJ —The Accreditation Board for Specialty Nursing Certification, Inc. (ABSNC), recently announced it has granted accreditation to the Nephrology Nursing Certification Commission (NNCC) for the Certified Clinical Hemodialysis Technician (CCHT) certification program. ABSNC also granted reaccreditation to NNCC’s Certified Dialysis Nurse (CDN) and Certified Nephrology Nurse (CNN) certification programs.

ABSNC accreditation is a peer-reviewed mechanism that allows nursing certifying organizations to obtain program accreditation by demonstrating compliance with the highest quality standards in the industry.

“Accreditation is a highly desirable distinction for organizations that certify nurses and non-RN team members in a specialty,” said Dottie Roberts, EdD, MSN, MACI, RN, OCNS-C®, CMSRN, ABSNC Accreditation Manager. “We at ABSNC are very pleased to recognize the CCHT program as the first accredited non-RN team member program to earn this prestigious recognition.”

For the CDN and CNN reaccreditations, NNCC met the standards set by ABSNC, according to Roberts.

“Applicant organizations complete a rigorous process to demonstrate maintenance of a quality certification program in meeting the ABSNC standards and earning this prestigious recognition,” she said.

NNCC is a national, independent organization that collaborates with the Center for Nursing Education and Testing (C-NET) in developing, administering and evaluating certification tests. The organization oversees the following certifications:

Looking for continuing education and an opportunity to network with your peers?

The 2017 ADC Technician Symposium is designed for dialysis technicians and other healthcare providers who participate in providing care for patients on dialysis therapy.

> Download the Flyer

Want to know more about certification and its value to your career and professional advancement? Well, we've created an easy-to-use presentation full of helpful information and NNCC is now offering a credit of 0.5 contact hours towards your continuing education requirement for certification or recertification with us.

> Download the Presentation