Find resources to prepare for the CCRN, with certification informaiton, CCRN study guides, CCRN practice tests, courses and more. To become certified to work with acutely and critically ill patients of all ages, a nurse will have to take the CCRN Test. The CCRN Test is published by the American Association of Critical-care Nurses. For more information, see Tests.com's CCRN Test Guide.
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, RN, MSN, CCRN, is an adjunct instructor in the nursing program at The College of the Canyons. She also works in the neuro/trauma ICU at the UCLA Medical Center. Sarah has been in nursing for over ten years and a CCRN for over seven years.
, RN, BSN, CCRN, has lectured at the University of Arizona BSN-MSN program on advanced CCRN level topics and precepted and mentored many nurse graduates in the ICU setting. She works in an intensive care unit at the Cleveland Clinic.
, RN, MSN, CCRN, worked as a critical care clinical unit leader in a hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has worked in critical care for over ten years and is now an NP.
is a medical writer who worked as a CCRN for six years. As a CCRN, she served as a staff nurse, clinical leader, preceptor and assistant nurse manager. She has been an RN for over 28 years.