On the NLN website is another aid: our Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) 2012-2013 Candidate Handbook.
What does CNE stand for?
CNE stands for Certified Nurse Educator
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of CNE
We have 111 other meanings of CNE in our Acronym Attic
- Center for Neuroeconomics (New York University)
- Center Network Environment
- Centrale Nationale des Employés (Belgium)
- Centre for the New Europe
- Centre National d'Exposition (French: National Exhibition Center)
- Centre National de l'Entreprenariat (French: National Center for Entepreneurship)
- Certified Negotiation Expert (real estate)
- Certified NetWare Engineer
- Certified Network Engineer
- Certified Novell Engineer
- Cherokee Nation Enterprises
- Chief Nurse Executive
- China New Energy
- Chinese New Ear (rock music; various locations)
- Clinical Nurse Executive
- Comisión Nacional de Energía (Spanish: National Energy Commission)
- Comissão Nacional de Eleições (National Election Commission of Portugal)
- Comité National de l'Eau (French: National Water Committee)
- Comité Nationale d'Evaluation
- Commander in Chief, Naval Forces Europe
Samples in periodicals archive:
The League implemented the first certification process for nurse educators through the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) credentialing process to recognize excellence in nursing education.
Events included presentations of awards to nurses who have acquired an advanced degree or a national certification within the past year including five doctorates, four MSN's, four MSN/Nurse Practitioner certifications, one Certified Nurse Educator certification, and five RN to BSN degrees.
Gladden is also a certified nurse educator through the National League for Nursing.
After conducting a systematic, updated practice analysis of changes in job-related responsibilities, the Certification Test Development Committee of the NLN Certification Commission has revised certified nurse educator (CNE) eligibility criteria in two significant ways.
Beginning each chapter, the author identifies how the content relates to the National League for Nursing's core competencies of the nurse educator and the certified nurse educator examination blueprint.
She sees the future of OLN as promoting attendance at the NLN Education Summit; supporting Certified Nurse Educator status and general recognition of education as an advanced practice role and nursing specialty.