Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing is a nonprofit organization that assists emergency nurses who want to be certified and improve their quality of emergency and transport nursing specialty. Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing or called as BCEN is based in Naperville, Illinois. BCEN offers four types of certification accredited by the Accreditation Board for Specialty Nursing Certification (ABSNC).
The first certification of this board of certification for emergency nursing in Illinois is Certified Emergency Nursing (CEN) which specially certifies the nurses in emergency nursing who met the prerequisite of the certification. After the completion of the certification exam, the CEN certificate can be valid for 4 years. In the website of BCEN, very detail information is very easy to be learnt, from exam information to the outline for the exam. The second certification provided by BCEN is CFRN or Certified Flight Registered Nurse which certifies nurses who work in flight nursing. CFRN credential is for those who practice as transport nurse in flight environment setting. Further, BCEN and the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board collaborate in Certified Pediatric Nurse Exam. This certification is addressed for pediatric emergency nurse who are willing to take hardship of the certification to be able to perform best service in taking care pediatric patients in emergent condition. CPEN (Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse) exam registration link, CPEN candidate book, fees and procedure are provided in the board of certification emergency nursing’s website. The last certification offered by BCEN is CTRN (Certified Transport Registered Nurse) which is specially provided for critical care ground transport nursing.
Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing Mission
Upon the completion of the emergency nursing certification exam, BCEN itself is expecting for professional standards and quality improvement and commitment implementation of the emergency nurses through their mission to:
- Improve the knowledge, competency, and skills of emergency nurses.
- Promote professional and job opportunity advancement.
- Encourage the nurses to take a higher self improvement to serve best eservice to the patients.
With those high expectations of emergency nursing certification board in just small state of the United States, BCEN offers online system of their certification exam so that people outside Illinois can be participated and gain same benefit as people there get. Board of Certification Emergency Nursing in Illinois is able to supply 170 AMP or Applied Measurement Professionals Assessment Centers which are located throughout the United States. As the BCEN’s commitment to improve the emergency nursing not only in Illinois, BCEN provides external links to some other useful websites through the BCEN’s website that can be accessed by anyone, anywhere, and anytime.