Enhance Your Neuroscience Nursing Practice
Whether your patients are 8 or 80 years old and whether they are affected by neurotrauma, stroke, epilepsy, neuro-oncology, movement disorders, spine injuries, or other neuroscience issues, the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN) has the resources to help you provide the best quality of care.
Earn Continuing Education Credits
AANN offers a variety of programs, products, and publications—as well as a number of AANN-endorsed programs—to help you earn continuing education (CE) credits.
CE Program Approval
If you’re looking to offer continuing nursing education (CNE) credits for a program or event you are hosting, learn how to submit the program for AANN’s approval.
Watch webinars designed to help you keep up with the latest best practices and innovations in neuroscience nursing.
AANN My Learning
AANN has launched a new educational offering."My Learning," a learning management system (LMS), that provides interactive online education with access to videos, and practice exams—to help you earn continuing education (CE) credits.
AANN Educational Products
AANN is committed to offering the very best products and resources for use by neuroscience nurses at every stage of their careers.
Check out AANN-endorsed educational products from other vendors. Members receive discounts on many of these items.
Other Nursing Websites
AANN has curated a list of other professional websites that may be helpful to your education and development.
Advance your nursing practice and receive formal recognition of your knowledge by attaining the Certified Registered Neuroscience Nurse (CNRN®) or Stroke Certified Registered Nurse (SCRN®) credential. The CNRN and SCRN certifications are offered through the American Board of Neuroscience Nursing. Learn more about the certifications and which AANN products can help you prepare.