Transition to NPD Practice Fellowship

Transition to NPD Practice Fellowship

ANPD Member: $199
Non-member: $299

Bulk Prices:
1-3 users: $199 each
4-25 users: $189 each
26-60 users: $179 each
61-100 users: $169 each
100+ users: $159 each

Bulk pricing is applied to each purchase and cannot be accumulated across multiple orders.

Contact ANPD for bulk purchase orders and details on unlimited licensing.

  • 1-year unlimited: $25,000
  • 3-year unlimited: $60,000

Each individual learner will need a license to access the program. Please note: No refunds will be given once the course has been started.  

Target Audience: RNs: NPD practitioners, nurse planners, planners of continuing professional development

Description: This 13-module program provides the novice NPD practitioner with an overview of the roles and responsibilities of Nursing Professional Development Scope and Standards required for NPD practice.

Outcome: Participants will know the roles and responsibilities of the NPD scope and standards of practice as evidenced by a passing score of 80% on post-test for each module.

Continuing Education: Association for Nursing Professional Development is accredited with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

Contact Hours: Partial credit is awarded for each module completed.
Total Available: 8.07

Expiration Date: March 31, 2023

Successful completion:

  • Complete the computer-based module
  • Pass post-test with score of 80% or greater
  • Complete on-line course evaluation 

Conflict of Interest: No conflict of interest exists for anyone in the position to control content for this activity.

1. Introduction
2. Leader
3. Learning Facilitator 
4. Education 
5. Orientation & Onboarding
6. Competency Management
7. Role Development
8. Research/EBP/QI
9. Collaborative Partnerships
10. Partner for Practice Transitions
11. Change Agent
12. Mentor
13. Advocate for the NPD Specialty

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