Below is a listing of SPN practice resources designed to assist in establishing best practices and standards of care within the pediatric patient population.
The Pediatric Nursing Certification Review learning materials are aligned with the newly released PNCB CPN® Exam Blueprint and the ANCC Pediatric Certification. They provide the latest information on the pediatric nursing field and best practices to help ensure that you’re continuing to provide the highest level of patient satisfaction and care to patients and their families.
Access pre-licensure and pediatric nurse residency program core competencies developed by SPN.
Disease Prevention Course
This course is designed to provide the pediatric nurse with disease prevention education and strategies to partner with the patient and family. The modules provide the pediatric RN with nursing interventions they can incorporate into their daily practice.
Produced by SPN to assist in establishing best practices and standards of care within the pediatric patient population.
Pediatric Fellowship Course
The Pediatric Fellowship is designed to help transition nurses from adult health nursing to the pediatric specialty through in-depth education focused on topics that are critical to our unique specialty. This online course is broken down into 18 modules, offering 7.4 contact hours.
Quick Reference Guides
SPN has developed two series of Quick Reference Guides, designed to provide an overview of pediatric conditions and best practices to ensure that you're ready to provide the highest quality of care to your patients and their families in these situations.
Find the tools you need to start a research or evidence-based practice project, or to learn more about child advocacy.
Transition of Pediatric Patients into Adult Care
Utilize SPN-developed resources to help you lead the transition of adolescents and emerging adults (AEA) from pediatric to adult care, especially those with disabilities and/or special health care needs.
The Society of Pediatric Nurses (SPN) recognizes the significant impact of natural disasters on children, families, nurses and other professional health care providers who experience these catastrophic events. In 2017, for example, 122 countries reported 318 natural disasters that caused the death of more than 9,503 people, created 96 million victims and resulted in $314 billion in damages. An alarming trend is the rise in school shootings with multiple casualties (Katsiyannis, Whitford and Ennis, 2018).