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Now even more classes from NNLM offer CNE credit!

Posted by on May 6th, 2024 Posted in: Blog

Exciting news: we’ve expanded our offerings to include seven classes eligible for Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) credit, all free of charge.

Here’s a list of the classes eligible for CNE:

These classes offer Illinois CNE, but nurses from several states may use these classes for CNE credits. Medical Library Association (MLA) has reviewed the nursing continuing education requirements for all US states and identified those that accept Illinois CNE. A list of states that accept Illinois CNE is here. Nevertheless, we recommend verifying this information by checking the nursing education requirements with your state, professional organization, or certifying body.

NNLM serves as the CNE Presenter, while MLA is the Illinois CNE Sponsor.

Information for the Illinois CNE Sponsor:
Medical Library Association
225 W. Wacker Drive, Suite 650
Chicago, IL 60606
License No. 236.000169

Participants interested in claiming CNE credits should complete the regular NNLM Training Evaluation available after completion of a class, which will allow them to claim CNE through MEDLIB-ED.

Questions can be directed to nto@utah.edu.

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Nora Barnett is the Health Professions Outreach Specialist at Network of the National Library of Medicine, Region 6. She helps unaffiliated health professionals, public health departments, and community based organizations increase organizational health literacy and meet the health information needs of their communities.

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