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Teaching Care of Older Adults
An ACES Workshop

Presented by national experts in nursing curriculum innovation and gerontological nursing

Hyatt Place Indianapolis Airport
Indianapolis, IN
April 5, 2013
8am - 4pm

CONTINUING EDUCATION INFORMATION
Six contact hours will be awarded for this program by the National League for Nursing, an approved provider through the International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET).

The National League for Nursing is an approved provider of continuing education as authorized by the International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET). All states accept NLN continuing education programs, and IACET lists the American Nurses Association as one of the organizations who accept the IACET continuing education units. However, some states categorize the “type” of program they accept, and changes in state regulatory Board requirements for acceptance of CEUs/contact hours do occur. Therefore, it is important that individuals check with their state regulatory Board to confirm how an NLN approved program will be accepted.

A few states require that CE providers apply for additional approval from their professional regulatory Board and post the following information about their provider number. The NLN provider numbers for these states are:

State Number  
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CA13722, for 6 contact hours
District of Columbia (approval does not include number)  
Florida FBN3341  
Kentucky 1-0013  
“Kentucky Board of Nursing approval of an individual nursing continuing education provider does not constitute endorsement of program content.”
Louisiana LSBN 37  
West Virginia
WV2000-0336RN  

For further NLN CE information, please contact:

Tiffany Carson
Hearst Project Manager and Professional Development Associate
National League for Nursing
61 Broadway, 33rd Floor
New York, NY  10006
Phone: 212-812-0324
Fax: 212-812-0391
tcarson@nln.org


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