To learn how CPAN or CAPA certification can enhance your perianesthesia nursing career, watch this video of CPAN and CAPA nurses in a large PACU and an ambulatory surgery center discussing what certification means to them.
Extension of the Spring Exam Testing Window: PSI has notified ABPANC that some of their testing centers will re-open on May 1. The centers that will be open are ones in areas where local governments have approve…Read More
ASPAN has created a COVID-19 Toolkit for the perianesthesia nurse. It includes recommendations that are intended to provide guidance to perianesthesia nurses who may be working in these extreme situations. ABPANC has provided a link to this…Read More
On behalf of everyone at the American Board of Perianesthesia Nursing Certification, we would like to thank you for your dedication and service to your patients and your community as a perianesthesia nurse and first responder. We are aware …Read More
As nurses, we are all involved in the ongoing preparations and response to the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic. There is no better example of the essential role nurses play in the delivery of care than in the unprecedented situation we are fa…Read More
Every day lives are affected because of the care provided by certified nurses. ABPANC honors and recognizes all certified perianesthesia nurses not only on March 19 but all year long. On this day, organizations around the world join togeth…Read More