The role of the national certification as a mark of professionalism in critical care
Monica Jaramillo, DNP, MSN/Ed., RN-NLC, CNE®n, CCRN The author has been an honor student throughout her educational journey and has recently worked as an instructor, mentor, and tutor of various healthcare programs. Previous to this postgraduate experience, the author worked in an adult multisystem critical care unit. She is not affiliated with any institution when writing this manuscript and submitting it for dissemination through the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society Repository.
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Professional certifications in health care represent a mark of professionalism, accountability, knowledge, and expertise. Lifelong learning is vital to ensure positive outcomes. This concept is especially true in critical care areas where the demands of caring for critically ill patients require advanced training. This manuscript is a call to action for acute care and all allied health professionals to engage in similar achievements to promote high-quality services and expand the body of knowledge of health care globally.
This independent author wrote this article to assess the impact of professional certifications in health care while sharing personal experiences as an honor student and ongoing seeker of multiple professional certifications. This manuscript seeks to inspire excellence and professional reputation in all healthcare personnel by exploring the education, training, and knowledge standards concerning expertise. All correspondence to Dr. Jaramillo at MonicaJaramilloDNP@Gmail.com
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