• August 2022 Program Updates

    The August 2022 Program Updates were emailed to ANCC NCPD Accredited Providers on August 15th at 11:30am EST. The program updates have been uploaded into the "Program Updates" folder.
  • NCPD Accreditation Program Fee Announcement

    Dear ANCC Accredited Provider Program Directors,


    A financial analysis was completed in 2021 and it was determined that the ANCC NCPD Program needed to increase its fees to address costs to run the program. The NCPD Accreditation program fees have remained flat over the last 5 years (since 2016) except for a one time increase of $100 for all accredited organizations in 2018. There have been no fee increases since 2018. We know that any increase in costs can be impactful. We considered that impact and chose not increase fees for FY 2021 and FY 2022.


    Starting January 1, 2023 – the ANCC NCPD Accreditation program annual fees will increase incrementally over the next 3 years. Again, we know that any increase in costs can be impactful and have considered that with incremental increases over time.


    The NCPD accreditation program fees and operating costs will be analyzed in 2025 and may result in further increases for FY 2026.


    Thank you for your understanding and commitment to excellence, and supporting the growth and development of professional nurses.


    The ANCC NCPD Accreditation program team.
  • Call For Abstracts- NCPD Summit

    The ANCC Accreditation in Nursing Continuing Professional Development (NCPD) team is excited
    to announce the call for abstracts for the 2022 NCPD Summit is now OPEN!!
  • "In Case of Emergency" Free Viewing Thanksgiving Week

    To help foster an even greater understanding of emergency nurses, the Emergency Nurses Association, Carolyn Jones Productions and Kino Lorber have partnered to offer a week of free digital access to watch the award-winning “In Case of Emergency” documentary. The film, which takes a powerful look at the significant role emergency nurses play in health care amid a myriad of societal challenges, will be available to view at no cost from 11/24 through 12/1 at