Presented in lecture format, this course reviews topics for the Maternal Newborn Nursing Exam by the National Certification Corporation (NCC). Elements of the examination are discussed, followed by a review of the content. The major components include disease processes during pregnancy, maternal and fetal complications, postpartum and neonatal assessments. Practice questions are integrated throughout the presentation.
Program Learning Outcomes
This program prepares the learner to:
MS, RN, CNP, RNC, C-EFM, RNC-MNN
Kim has 35 years of nursing experience, with over 30 years in the women's health and perinatal arenas. She is certified in women's health, inpatient obstetrics, fetal monitoring and maternal newborn nursing. Additionally, Kim is a national, AWHONN-designated fetal monitoring instructor for both intermediate and advanced programs. She is a nurse planner and has created programs for neonatal, obstetrical and women's health topics, presenting throughout the country.
Kim has worked in Level I and Level III institutions, along with providing women's health services in both the private office and public health settings. Kim is on staff at Poling Law in Columbus, OH, as their obstetrical and woman's health legal nurse consultant, working with attorneys across the country on legal issues.