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Top credentialing organization renews continuing education center
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The American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation has renewed the Emory Nursing Professional Development Center (ENPDC) accreditation for four years, until March 2026.

ENPDC is the accredited provider unit for Emory Nursing Experience (ENE) while ENE is a partnership between Emory Healthcare Nursing Education and Emory University's Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing that provides quality, continuing nursing education (CNE) activities to practicing nurses.

Through ENE, nurses around the globe have access to evidence-based coursework developed by Emory's world-class faculty, designed to not only help licensed nurses fulfill their requirements for license renewal but to further their careers with varying certifications and continue to provide high-quality patient care. 

Recently, ENE has launched coursework to address a variety of needs in healthcare and policy. For example, supported by a $1.2 million grant from HRSA new courses will help train Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners. Emory Nursing is also partnering with Canopy to offer Canopy Credential™ Bilingual Medical Proficiency Assessments at a discounted rate.

According to its website, the ANCC Accreditation program recognizes the importance of high-quality continuing nursing education (CNE) and skills-based competency programs. Around the world, ANCC-accredited organizations provide nurses with the knowledge and skills to help improve care and patient outcomes. The program identifies organizations worldwide that demonstrate excellence in Nursing Continuing Professional Development (NCPD).  

Accredited organizations use evidence-based ANCC criteria to plan, implement and evaluate the highest quality NCPD activities. As a result, health ministries, nursing organizations, employers, and continuing education enterprises rely on ANCC accreditation to call forth advanced nursing practice and improved outcomes. Nurses can choose the highest caliber of education to meet certification or licensure requirements. 

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