Prepare to pass the RNC-OB Exam!

  • COURSE OVERVIEW

    The 2022 Inpatient Obstetric Nursing Certification (RNC-OB) Review E-Course provides a comprehensive and up-to-date review of inpatient obstetric nursing care based on the RNC-OB Exam content outline. Participants receive information that will not only promote certification exam success, but will also enhance clinical nursing practice.

  • CONTACT HOURS: 10

    Nurse Builders is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Nurse Builders is a CA CE Provider #15118. Nurse Builders is a CE Provider # 50-9679 for: AR, DC, FL, GA, KY, ND, NM, SC, WV.

  • INSTRUCTOR

    Kate Colvin, MSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM, LCCE is an expert clinician and educator in obstetric nursing dedicated to preparing nurses to sit for obstetric nursing subspecialty certification exams including: RNC-OB and C-EFM. She has fifteen years of experience in OB nursing working as a clinician and educator Kate is an expert in the RNC-OB certification exam and review process.

Course curriculum

    1. RNC-OB Review E-Course - Learning Outcome, Completion Criteria, Expiration Date, Disclosures, and Accreditation

    2. Course Content Outline

    3. Speaker Bio and Course Objectives

    4. References

    1. Handout - Session 1

    2. Course and Exam Overview

    3. Test Taking Techniques

    4. Practice Questions: Test Taking Techniques

    1. Handout - Session 2, Part 1

    2. Session 2, Part 1a: Maternal Complications Affecting the Fetus and Newborn

    3. Session 2, Part 1b: Maternal Complications Affecting the Fetus and Newborn

    4. Practice Questions: Maternal Complications Affecting the Fetus and Newborn

    5. Handout - Session 2, Part 2

    6. Session 2, Part 2: Maternal Psychosocial and Environmental Factors

    7. Practice Questions: Maternal Psychosocial and Environmental Factors

    8. Handout - Session 2, Part 3

    9. Session 2, Part 3: Preterm Labor, Multiple Gestations, and Placental Disorders

    10. Practice Questions: Preterm Labor, Multiple Gestations, and Placental Disorders

    1. Handout - Session 3, Part 1

    2. Session 3, Part 1: Antenatal Testing

    3. Practice Questions: Antenatal Testing

    4. Handout - Session 3, Part 2

    5. Session 3, Part 2: Electronic Fetal Monitoring

    6. Practice Questions: Electronic Fetal Monitoring

    7. Handout - Session 3, Part 3

    8. Session 3, Part 3: Acid Base Balance

    9. Practice Questions: Acid Base Balance

    1. Handout - Session 4, Part 1

    2. Session 4, Part 1: Physiology, Assessment, and Management of Labor

    3. Practice Questions: Physiology, Assessment, and Management of Labor

    4. Handout - Session 4, Part 2

    5. Session 4, Part 2: Obstetrical and Perioperative Procedures

    6. Practice Questions: Obstetrical and Perioperative Procedures

    7. Handout - Session 4, Part 3

    8. Session 4, Part 3: Pain Management and Coping

    9. Practice Questions: Pain Management and Coping

    10. Handout - Session 4, Part 4

    11. Session 4, Part 4: Induction and Augmentation

    12. Practice Questions: Induction and Augmentation

    13. Handout - Session 4, Part 5

    14. Session 4, Part 5: Labor and Obstetric Complications

    15. Practice Questions: Labor and Obstetric Complications

    1. Handout - Session 5, Part 1

    2. Session 5, Part 1: Recovery and Postpartum Physiology and Complications

    3. Practice Questions: Recovery and Postpartum Physiology and Complications

    4. Handout - Session 5, Part 2

    5. Session 5, Part 2: Family Dynamics, Discharge Readiness, Lactation and Infant Nutrition

    6. Practice Questions: Family Dynamics, Discharge Readiness, Lactation and Infant Nutrition

    7. Handout - Session 5, Part 3

    8. Session 5, Part 3: Newborn Physiology and Complications

    9. Practice Questions: Newborn Physiology and Complications

About this course

  • $179.00
  • 55 lessons
  • 9 hours of video content