The AANA CPC Core Modules will cover four major areas, adhering to NBCRNA performance objectives:
CPC Core Module 1: Airway Management Techniques (2 Class A CE credit)
To enhance knowledge and skills in basic and advanced airway management instrumentation and techniques.
CPC Core Module 2: Applied Clinical Pharmacology (3.5 Class A CE credit and 3.5 Pharmacology credit)
To enhance in-depth understanding of and provide learning experiences in the utilization, actions, interactions, and adverse effects of anesthetics and adjuvant medications.
CPC Core Module 3: Human Physiology and Pathophysiology (7 Class A CE credit)
To enhance in-depth understanding of the physiological differences across the lifespan as well as the function of and interaction between organ systems and their associated disorders to ensure the safe and effective administration of anesthesia.
CPC Core Module 4: Anesthesia Equipment and Technology (2 Class A CE credit)
To provide information on current anesthesia equipment, technology, and informatics.
These modules are recognized by the NBCRNA.
If you have questions about the CPC Core Modules requirement, please contact the NBCRNA at email@example.com. AANA is only a provider of the CPC Core Modules and does not set requirements related to the CPC Program.