This Course Includes:
- 100% Online Neonatal Resuscitation renewal course
- Quick and convenient Neonatal Resuscitation recertification training
- Course materials and curriculum created by our Medical Review Board
- Training materials produced using the latest ILCOR, ECC, AHA, & AAP NRP guidelines
- Robust Neonatal Resuscitation recertification study guides
- Complementary practice tests with rationale and unlimited free final exam retakes
- Instant copy of your provider card sent to your email after passing your renewal exam
- The latest medical guidelines based on the AAP NRP program
100% Online Neonatal Resuscitation Recertification is Quick and Easy
At National CPR Association, we prioritize the needs of busy medical professionals. Your schedules are full of providing life-saving care, so there is little time left for anything else. So when it’s time to renew your Neonatal Resuscitation training, how do you find the time to schedule an in-person recertification course?
That’s why a 100% online renewal course is the perfect choice for the rigorous schedules of healthcare professionals. With our informative and easy-to-navigate digital curriculum, you can choose to study whenever is best for you. And best of all, you can save your progress and return to exactly where you left off the next time you log on.
We realize that medical professionals prioritize results. Therefore, our results-oriented Neonatal Resuscitation recertification course matches your needs.
Our Neonatal Resuscitation renewal was produced by our Medical Review Board. Our team of medical experts has years of combined experience caring for and treating neonates during life-threatening emergencies. Using the latest AHA guidelines and best practices suggested by the American Academy of Pediatrics’ NRP, our Neonatal Resuscitation recertification course provides best-in-class training to keep your life-saving skills up-to-date.
National CPR Association is an industry leader in emergency medical certifications. We take pride in providing the most extensive digital study materials for our Neonatal Resuscitation recertification while providing the convenience of being 100% online.
Our recertification curriculum is perfect for you, no matter which way you learn. For visual learners, we offer hundreds of video lessons and informative animated whiteboards. For those who prefer traditional book learning, our extensive study guides prepare you for the final exam. Before taking the test, refresh your Neonatal Resuscitation knowledge with our flash cards, algorithms, megacode simulators, and games.
Complementary Practice Tests, Unlimited Exam Retakes, and Free Training Center Included
Our Neonatal Resuscitation recertification course comes with a robust free training center, complementary practice tests, and unlimited exam retakes.
Our digital library provides the resources needed to finish the renewal course on your schedule. By offering you the necessary study materials and digital tools, National CPR Association sets you up for success.
Continued Support and Assistance
It’s common to have questions while studying for your recertification exam. And having your questions answered is one of the best ways to learn. At National CPR Association, we take pride in making our instructors available to answer students’ questions. Reach out to one of our online instructors, and they will have your answer in a timely manner.
Our continued support doesn’t end there. After passing the renewal exam, your provider card is instantaneously sent to your email. If you need help verifying the recertification with your employer, our friendly customer service team can assist with the process.
Even after passing the final renewal exam, we continue to offer assistance. Your National CPR Association account remains active for the two years your Neonatal Resuscitation is valid. So if you find the need to brush up on your life-saving care, all of our digital resources remain available.
The History of the Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) Explained
If it’s time to renew your Neonatal Resuscitation training, you may be wondering if our course is the same as the Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP). Here’s the short answer: While our Neonatal Resuscitation recertification isn’t the same as the NRP course, it provides similar life-saving training for managing medical emergencies in neonates and infants.
So what is the difference?
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) produced the Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) over thirty years ago. During the late 1970s and 80s, doctors, pediatricians, and other medical providers realized emergency medical care was unsatisfactory for neonates and infants.
That became a call-to-action for many of the nation’s doctors and healthcare institutions. They teamed together to form life-saving training specifically for neonates and infants at the time of birth. Soon, these training modalities expanded to become the NRP. In 1987, the first NRP training began in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Our Neonatal Resuscitation recertification course online was inspired by the AAP. Currently, many emergency medical certification training centers across the country offer programs similar to NRP. We believe that the more institutions offering these life-saving trainings, the better.
The Premier Provider of 100% Online Neonatal Resuscitation Recertification
At National CPR Association, we provide the best in learning and convenience. Taking your Neonatal Resuscitation renewal course 100% online doesn’t mean that you get less than what is offered at an in-person training. Our extensive digital knowledge base is available whenever you need it. Access our digital library 24/7 from any device, including a laptop, tablet, or phone.
What if my employer requires on-site training with the AAP?
A 100% online Neonatal Resuscitation recertification course is convenient and preferred by most medical professionals. However, some healthcare employers might ask for you to obtain NRP training in-person via the AAP. If so, our 100% online course won’t be right for you, and you’ll need to obtain your Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) on-site at a brick-and-mortar location.
That could be upsetting, especially if you were hoping to utilize our free training center to study. But here is the good news: the free training center is still available even if you don’t sign up for our renewal exam. NRP-based study guides, practice tests, and flash cards are all included, along with leading NRP-based videos and instructional animated whiteboards
Preparing for an In-person NRP Renewal Course
If you are attending an in-person NRP recertification course, prepare for a long day of learning at a brick-and-mortar location. The following are a few tips so you can get the most out of your in-person NRP training.
Make sure to eat breakfast
As a busy healthcare professional with a rigorous schedule, it’s tempting to skip breakfast. Don’t do it. Make sure to grab a bite to eat to give your brain the energy it needs for a full day of learning.
Bring what you need
Don’t expect the in-person training to provide you with supplies. Pack something to write with and a notebook. Your NRP recertification instructor might have them, but why take the risk? Consider bringing a seat cushion as well. Sitting all day in a hard chair can do a number on your back.
Study before you arrive
Why not review your NRP knowledge before you arrive? Our free training center features a robust Neonatal Resuscitation recertification study guide, full of practice tests, videos, algorithms, megacode simulators, flash cards, and much more.
The Facts About NRP Recertification
Maybe you didn’t know that a 100% online recertification course is not associated with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Here are the facts: Just because 100% online courses aren’t associated with the AAP, that doesn’t mean you can’t achieve an equivalent recertification to the NRP course offered by the AAP. Our Neonatal Resuscitation renewal online is similar to the NRP recertification. In fact, you’ll learn all the same life-saving information and medical best-practices as you would at a brick-and-mortar training session.
National CPR Association isn’t associated with the AAP. That said, our course features the latest AHA and AAP medical guidelines. Our curriculum is reviewed by our team of medical professionals and accepted by medical institutions and employers across the country.
If you are wondering whether your employer will accept our Neonatal Resuscitation recertification, check with your human resources department to obtain the requirements you need to follow. If they insist on a brick-and-mortar NRP renewal course with the AAP, check out their website to learn more about their day-long recertification program and buy their study guide here.
Success-Driven 100% Online Option
National CPR Association offers the digital resources to help you achieve your Neonatal Resuscitation recertification. Our team of medical professionals peer-reviews and fact-checks our curriculum and sources to maintain medical accuracy and to meet the recommendations of the AHA, ILCOR, and the ECC. We are the leader in online emergency medical certifications and take pride in our clinical standards used to save lives.