Presented by Cindy Parke, RNC, CNM, MSN 
16 hr CE: 



PEC recommends that you review before the seminar if you plan to test on site. and review the test content listed in the NCC Candidates Guide.

This is a fast-paced review, not all topics in the Candidates Guide are covered in depth.

 

Scheduling conflicts have arisen as Rebecca Cypher assumes the role of AWHONN President. They could not
be resolved, and PEC and Rebecca did not want to have to cancel and force your schedule change. Consequently,
the three scheduled fall events will be taught by either Cindy Parke, RNC, C-EFM, CNM, MSN; or
Tracy Weeber, MN, CNS, RNC-OB.  The class outline will be converted to that of the L&D
Review, please look at the website for those details.

Tracy has been a friend and attendee to PEC seminars for years. She is excited to help us prevent a further dilemma, as she is devoted to nursing.
Tracy brings years of clinical skills, management, and teaching. You will be in excellent hands.

Cindy has been an excellently rated speaker for PEC since 1999. She has a great deal of experience in lecturing in Review seminars followed by NCC exams.
Cindy will bring her test prep skills sharpened.
Both Tracy and Cindy are devoted to making these
events a success for you: you will feel their passion, no
matter which one you are lucky enough to have.

 

Course Objectives: 

  • Demonstrate knowledge of biological, physiological, psycho-logical, and sociocultural factors that influence the pregnant family, developing fetus and impact care.
  • Identify alterations in the biological, physiological, psycho-logical, and sociocultural status of the mother, fetus and implications for the newborn.
  • Identify patient’s actual or potential problems/needs, utilizing information received from the patient, the family, appropriate records, and other health team members.
  • Develop a comprehensive plan for individualized nursing care, including diagnostic, therapeutic, and patient education components.
  • Evaluate interventions and modify the plan of care.
  • Apply current standards of practice, research findings and ethical/legal principles in providing nursing care to the normal and high risk antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum family.


Includes the newest information on Fetal Monitoring,
Maternal Safety, Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy, appropriate Labor Progress, and Maternal Hemorrhage.
A great opportunity to help achieve/maintain Magnet Hospital status!


**Taking the review course does not guarantee to pass the exam.

Be aware that registration for the exam is separate and includes both a Test Fee due to NCC of $275
and a Non-Refundable Test Administration fee of $30 due to PEC for taking the exam on site.  
NCC exam registration must be done at least 21 days prior to the test date.

NCC and PEC are separate entities, and providing the NCC exam on site is an exclusive PEC advantage to our participants.
Convenient and concise, couple the review and the immediate exam for improved results

Learn From The Best and Pass The Test!