NCC Neonatal Nurse (NNP) Certification Study Guide

Neonatal nurses care for a child up to 28 days after delivery, if the baby is premature and unable to sustain itself healthily. They will usually handle 1-4 patients at a time, and do some medical procedures.

To become a Neonatal nurse (NNP) you must have a BSN and MSN degree, as well as be an RN. Then there is a certification exam, the NNC.

Some study guides suggested by accredited NNPs are books like Core Curriculum for Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing, or use the website CCPRNET for more study  material online.

NCCNET also offers study guides and furthur information about how to prepare for the NCC test.

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