What Are North Dakota's Nursing CE Requirements?


What Are North Dakota's Nursing CE Requirements? 

If you are a RN or a LPN in North Dakota, you are required to complete 12 CE hours every 2 years. If you are a APRN, you are required to complete 12 CE hours every 2 years. If you hold prescriptive authority, you are required to complete 15 CE hours in pharmacology and that can count towards your 12 required CE hours.

Check out these courses to meet your North Dakota CE requirements:

You can get started by creating a free account on NursingCE.com to complete your North Dakota Nursing CEU requirements. You can review all of our courses and assessments on your laptop or mobile device.  

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