What Are Massachusetts Nursing CE Requirements?
What Are Massachusetts' Nursing CE Requirements?
Many states in the U.S. require a certain number of contact hours for license renewal. As a RN and LPN in Massachusetts, you are required to complete 15 CE hours every two years. If you are a APRN in Massachusetts, you are required to complete 15 CE hours every two years and maintain a national certification.
While there are no state required courses that you have to take, you should complete your required CE hours with courses that will benefit your education and career.*
Check out these courses to meet your Massachusetts CE requirements:
- Domestic and Community Violence (3 contact hours)
- Substance Abuse and Addiction (5 Contact Hours)
- Child Maltreatment (3 Contact Hours)
- Medical Errors (5 Contact Hours)
- HIV/AIDS (6 Contact Hours)
- Infection Control (6 Contact Hours)
- Pain Management (5 Contact Hours)
You can get started by creating a free account on NursingCE.com to complete your Massachusetts Nursing CEU requirements. You can review all of our courses and assessments on your laptop or mobile device.
*The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing has issued a new CE training requirement - Domestic and Sexual Violence. However, the Board does not have specific details as to the course content yet as the new program has not been implemented. Please review our blog post on the Domestic and Sexual Violence CEU for Massachusetts Nurses for the latest update on this pending requirement.