CE Requirements for Nurses in District of Columbia

Requirements specific to Nurses in District of Columbia

Required Courses: 2

  • LPNs are required 18 contact hours every two years, 2 hours in COVID Vaccinations (COVID CE for (RN) licenses active on August 11, 2021), 2 hours in LGTBQ or Cultural Awareness, 3 hours in HIV/AIDS 
  • RNs are required 24 contact hours every two years, 2 hours of LGBTQ and 3 hours public health priority
  • APRNs are required 24 contact hours every two years, 15 of which must be in pharmacology, 2 hours in LGTBQ, and 3 hours in public health priority

We send completed CEs directly to District of Columbia's Board of Nursing through CEBroker

Nursing CE Courses for Nurses in District of Columbia

Complete these courses towards your District of Columbia nursing CE requirements.

Over 500 hours of CE for one low price
HIV/AIDS

7.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Required Start Course
Cultural Competency

1.5 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Required Start Course
Intensive Care Unit Delirium Nursing CE Course for APRNs

2.5 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Maternal Morbidity and Mortality in the US Nursing CE Course

1.5 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Colorectal Cancer Nursing CE Course for RNs and LPNs

3.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Nursing Retention and Turnover Nursing CE Course

1.5 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Postpartum Hemorrhage Nursing CE Course for APRNs

2.5 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Diabetes Nursing CE Course for APRNs

8.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course

*Each professional is accountable for understanding his or her accrediting/licensing body’s standards and requirements. While we try to routinely update information on this page, we are not responsible for its accuracy and information is subject to change without notice.

You can learn more at District of Columbia's Board of Nursing Website