PNCB CPNP-PC Exam Guide
The PNCB CPNP-PC exam is for the pediatric nurse practitioner (PNP) who has graduated from a master’s degree or DNP degree program or post-graduate certificate program for primary care pediatric nurse practitioners (PNPs). The Primary Care CPNP role is designed to meet the specialized physiologic and psychological needs of children in the areas of health maintenance and promotion, and assessment and management of disease processes.
CPNP-PCs provide pediatric primary care in a variety of health care settings including, but not limited to, private practice, ambulatory and school-based clinics, the home, hospital, and subspecialty clinics.
The CPNP-PC exam has 150 scored and 25 unscored items. The 150 scored items are distributed among four content areas.
CPNP-PC Detailed Content Outline
I. Health Maintenance and Promotion (30%)
II. Assessment and Diagnosis (35%)
III. Management (30%)
IV. Professional Role and Responsibilities (5%)
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