Certified Addictions Registered Nurse – Recertification


Addictions Nursing Certification Board (ANCB)

Care of C-NET

35 Journal Square, Suite 901

Jersey City,NJ 07306

201.217.9083 (Voice)

201.217.9785 (Fax)

info@cnetnurse.com

www.cnetnurse.com

 

 

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In order to recertify, one will need 60 points of credit as well as verification of a minimum of 2,000 hours (1 year) of addictions nursing experience as a registered nurse in a staff, administrative, teaching, consultation, private practice, counseling, or research capacity within the past four years. At least 51% of the 60 CEU’s for recertification must be directlyrelated to Addictions Nursing.
 

Late CARN Requirements

  1. Certification renewal applications will be accepted up to two years after the certification has expired, with a $100 fee in addition to the basic recertification fee.
  2. The ability to practice may be impacted if the state or workplace requires certification to practice and the certification has expired. The responsibility lies with registered nurse to maintain certification.
  3. Once the certification has expired, the credential can no longer be used.
  4. The credential may be reinstated only under the following conditions:
    • successful recertification by application within the 2-year period after the certification has expired (all requirements must be fulfilled prior to the expiration of the 2-year period); or
    • recertification by examination.
$195 – Intnsa Members, $395–New-Members, $455 – Non-Members $100 late fee will apply to all recertification fees if not submitted by the appropriate deadline.***

Recertification is conducted twice a year. Applications are due June 30 and December 31 for the respective testing periods.

4 years from the date of passing exam.
To download the recertification application, click HERE.
To view a list of websites for continuing education contact hours, click HERE.

 

* Current license as an RN in the United States, its territories, or Canada.
* Minimum of 2 years of plastic surgical nursing experience as an RN.
* Spend at least 50% of practice hours in plastic surgical nursing during 2 of the preceding 5 years.
* Be in compliance with state regulations of the practice of hemodialysis patient-care technicians, if applicable. Applicants must meet the experience requirement (for certification) of the state in which they practice.