Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Board Review Question Bank
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Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Board Review Topics Covered:
- Infectious Disease
- Allergy and Immunology
- Adolescent Care
- Congenital Heart Disease
- Connective Tissue Diseases
- Fetal and Neonatal Care
- Fluids and Electrolytes
- Gastroenterology (GI)
- Genetics, Dysmorphology, and Metabolic Disorders
- Growth and Milestones
- Preventive Pediatrics/Well-child Care
- Mental and Behavioral Health
- Sports Medicine
- Research Methods, Patient Safety, and Quality Improvement
- Advanced Health and Physical Assessment
- Genitourinary System
- Advanced Professional Practice/Professional Issues
- Child Abuse and Neglect
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About the PNCB CPNP-PC Certification Exam
According to the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board, the CPNP-PC exam certifies graduates of primary care pediatric nurse practitioner programs. The exam evaluates the candidate’s knowledge of the Primary Care CPNP role which is designed to meet the specialized physiologic and psychological needs of children in the areas of health maintenance and promotion, and management of disease processes.
Please note: The ANCC PPCNP exam was retired as of Dec. 31, 2018. The exam will still be available until Dec. 31, 2019 for candidates that submitted an application before Dec. 31, 2018 that were deemed eligible.
What categories are tested on the PNCB Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (CPNP-PC) Exam?
As outlined in the PNCB Primary Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Certification Exam Content Outline, the following topics are expected on the exam:
- Health Maintenance and Promotion 30% (45 items)
- Assessment and Diagnosis 35% (52 items)
- Management 30% (45 items)
- Professional Role and Responsibilities 5% (8 items)
How many questions are on the PNCB CPNP-PC Exam?
The exam contains 150 scored and 25 non-scored pre-test questions. Candidates will not be able to distinguish between scored and non-scored questions and total testing time is 3 hours. Questions will include knowledge recall as well as test the candidate’s ability to apply knowledge and critical thinking skills to determine one best answer among answer choices.
About the ACCNS-P Exam
According to the AACN, this exam is an entry-level advanced practice certification for clinical nurse specialists (CNSs) educated at the graduate level to provide advanced nursing care across the continuum if healthcare services - wellness through acute care - to meet the specialized needs of the pediatric patient population.
What categories are tested on the ACCNS-P Exam?
As outlined in the ACCNS-P Test Plan, the following topics are tested on the exam:
- Clinical Judgment 65%
- Cardiovascular 9%
- Pulmonary 9%
- Endocrine 3%
- Hematology/Immunology/Oncology 3%
- Gastrointestinal 3%
- Renal/Genitourinary 3%
- Integumentary 3%
- Musculoskeletal 3%
- Neurology 7%
- Psychosocial/Behavioral/Cognitive Health 6%
- Factors Influencing Health Status 7%
- Multisystem 9%
- Professional Caring and Ethical Practice 35%
- Advocacy/Moral Agency 4%
- Caring Practices 6%
- Response to Diversity 3%
- Facilitation of Learning 5%
- Collaboration 5%
- Systems Thinking 6%
- Clinical Inquiry 6%
How many questions are on the ACCNS-P Exam?
The ACCNS-P Exam is made up of 175 multiple-choice questions, but only 150 are scored. Total testing time is 3 ½ hours.