The Importance of Certification
Attaining CRRN certification validates your professional standing as an experienced rehabilitation nurse with a documented level of knowledge in this specialized area of practice. Rehabilitation nursing practice includes care management and treatment of conditions such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, aging issues, MS, diabetes, co-morbidities, cardiovascular illness, arthritis, and spinal cord injury.
It sets you apart professionally from your colleagues that are not certified by demonstrating you have achieved a symbol of professional development and recognition
The CRRN Credential Validates All Rehabilitation Nursing Specialties
There are many specialties that offer credentials and certifications that may apply to aspects of rehabilitation nursing practice. However, only one certification applies to them all. Nurses who achieve the Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse credential demonstrate knowledge, experience and commitment to excellence in comprehensive care for people with physical disabilities and chronic illnesses in all specialties and settings of rehabilitation. The CRRN credential has been a widely accepted and trusted nursing certification for more than 30 years.
Experienced and Knowledgeable
The CRRN credential requires nurses to have experience in rehabilitation nursing and pass an exam validating a documented level of knowledge of rehabilitation nursing practice. This exam covers the scope of rehabilitation nursing practice including
• Rehabilitation Nursing Models and Theories
CRRN certification has been approved by the Department of Veterans' Affairs as an educational benefit for military personnel. If you are eligible, this benefit allows for reimbursement of certification fees.