Are you a Nurse Practitioner seeking to earn Emergency (ENP) Certification?  If so, look no further!

Designed for Nurse Practitioners

We have developed a unique Nurse Practitioner emergency training program and board review series designed to provide you with all of the necessary requirements to meet AANPCB board certification requirements.

Bundled for Success

When combined with our Advanced Practice Provider Clinical Skills and Procedure Course, our total package includes the following:

  • Over 2000 board-style review questions focused on relevant blueprint content
  • 1 year of full access to our member resource portal ($149.99 value)
  • Tuition for two full days of live education at our Advanced Practice Provider Clinical Skills and Procedure Course
  • High quality lectures and clinical skills program
  • Hands-on procedure and suture workshop
  • Opportunity to receive certification and a written letter of reference from our faculty
  • Regularly updated clinical decision tools, current literature guidelines, clinical calculators, all of our lecture materials, resources for coding, billing, MIPS, Macra, and Compliance
  • Lunch on both course days
  • A practice suture kit, tote bag, online course companion guide, and additional course-related materials prior to the course ($99 value)
All products can be purchased individually, or as part of a package

Board Review Products

This is the Core Module of the entire series

Can be purchased independently or as part of a package

60 hours of review videos covering every tested topic in Emergency Medicine

600 section-based practice questions with correct answer explanations and unique flash card review topics

Online note-taking access for personal review notes

Dedicated airway management module including a difficult airway algorithm and procedures.

60 CME Credits (including 10 procedure credits)

180 days of access*

Over 1700 board style questions covering all blueprint topics

Full explanations for correct and incorrect answers

Flash card question explanations

Audio answer explanations

Strength and weakness tracking

The MY WEAKNESSESTM test to focus on your lowest performing categories

30 CME Credits (including 10 procedure credits)

180 days of access*

10 progressive modules

Includes high resolution videos

Algorithms for various types of airway scenarios

50 review questions and certification

10 CME credits including 8.5 emergency procedure credits and 1.5 credits of pharmacology as applicable

Specially designed for Nurse Practitioners

This product is included as part of the  Core Module!

Over 900 category-based review flashcards with clinical graphics and photos

High yield review topics

Unlimited access


Over 1500 brief audio explanations of commonly tested topics

Perfect for listening to while driving, exercising, or relaxing

Matched to our Qbank questions to reinforce high yield topic memorization and recall

Unlimited access

Over 500 commonly tested clinical stimulus images

Images include radiographs, ultrasounds, CT images, dermatology, and EKGs

Great for quick review, practice reference, and to reinforce topics from our review series and Qbank

Unlimited Access

*Additional access time can be purchased as needed

Review Packages


90 CME Credits (including 10 procedure hours)


90 CME Credits (including 10 procedure hours)


Includes LIVE Clinical Skills and Procedure Workshop!

112.25 CME Credits (including 32 procedure hours)

When combined with our HIGHLY RATED, LIVE Two-Day Clinical Skills and Procedure Workshop, the Platinum Package includes all of our EM board review materials and adds the following:

  • Live lectures detailing commonly tested topics, taught by our expert faculty
  • Fast-paced and high yield small group format (size capped at 30 students)
  • Hands-on procedure workshop
  • Suture Kit and equipment
  • One year of access to our clinical toolkit 

This is competitively priced and the best deal!  Space is limited to our live program capacity, so sign up soon before it’s no longer available!

Are you having a hard time deciding which product is right for you?  Each module of the Board Review Series is designed to contribute to an immersive review.  They also work well on their own too.  Visit our customizer and we can give you our recommendations!

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This activity is designated for up to 90 AAPA Category 1 CME credits and is accepted by all Nurse Practitioner certification boards for credit towards Emergency Nurse Practitioner Certification.  It also includes 25 Pharmacology hours and 20 Emergency Medicine Procedure hours toward ENP Certification.


This live activity is designated for up to 22.25 AANP Emergency Medicine contact hours, (including 2.25 pharmacology hours), and is accepted by all Nurse Practitioner certification boards for credit towards Emergency Nurse Practitioner Certification.  It also includes 12 Emergency Medicine Procedure hours toward ENP Certification.

The total credits available for the Emergency Medicine Board Review Series combined with the Advanced Practice Provider Clinical Skills and Procedure workshop is 112.25 Category 1 Emergency Medicine CME credits, 32 Emergency Medicine Procedure Credits, 27.25 Pharmacology Hours, and a certificate of completion for an Airway Management Course.  These credits are interchangeable with the AANPCB requirements for ENP Certification.

Silver Package

Emergency Medicine BRS
Advanced Difficult Airway Course


$798    $649

Gold Package

Includes Silver Package


Review Flash Cards
Review Audio Playlist
Stimulus Review

$1214    $849

Best Value!
Platinum Package

Includes Gold Package PLUS:


$2713    $1999

From the AANP Website:

The ENP Exam

The ENP certification examination is a competency-based examination that tests clinical knowledge of emergency specialty care across the life span population of prenatal, pediatric, adolescent, adult, elderly, and frail elderly.

How many questions are on the examination?

  • There are 150 questions on each examination. A candidate’s score is based solely on the 135 scored questions. Of the 150 questions, 15 are pretest questions.
  • Pretest questions are questions developed during the process of Item Writing. Pretest questions are used on the examinations to obtain statistical information for determining how well they perform prior to vetting them for use on the scored portion of the examination. The pretest questions cannot be distinguished from those that are scored. A test-taker’s score on pretest questions does not affect a candidate’s final score.


Domain IDomains

01 – Medical Screening  (20% of exam, 27 questions)

02- Medical Decision Making / Differential Diagnosis  (27% of exam, 36 questions)

03 – Patient Management  (31% of exam, 42 questions)

04 – Patient Disposition  (14% of exam, 19 questions)

05 – Professional, Legal, and Ethical Practices (8% of exam, 11 questions)


DOMAIN II – Patient Conditions

% of ENP exam

# of scored items
(135 items)

06 – Thoracic-Respiratory Disorders



07 – Cardiovascular Disorders



08 – Dermatologic/Soft Tissue Disorders



09 – Abdominal & Gastrointestinal Disorders



10 – Musculoskeletal Disorders (Non-traumatic)



11 – Renal/Genitourinary Disorders



12 – Nervous System Disorders



13 – Head, Ear, Eye, Nose, Throat Disorders



14 – Traumatic Disorders



15 – Psychobehavioral & Other Disorders







DOMAIN 01 – Medical Screening 
Perform an appropriately focused history and physical exam based on chief complaint
Establish patient acuity level
Stabilize critically ill patient

DOMAIN 02 – Medical Decision Making/ Differential Diagnosis 
Develop a narrowed list of differential diagnosis based on the greatest likelihood of occurrence
Prioritize the list of differential diagnoses, considering the potential diagnoses with the greatest potential for morbidity or mortality

DOMAIN 03 – Patient Management 
Order and interpret diagnostic studies based on the pre-test probability of disease and the likelihood of test results altering management
Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures/ skills as indicated
Select and prescribe appropriate pharmaceutical agents using current evidence based practice
Select other integrative therapeutic interventions
Collaborate and consult with other healthcare providers to optimize patient management
Evaluate effectiveness of therapies and treatments provided during observation
Reassess to identify potential complications or worsening of condition
Consider additional diagnoses and therapies for a patient who is under observation and change treatment plan accordingly
Simultaneously manage multiple patients using situational awareness and task switching

DOMAIN 04 – Patient Disposition
Determine appropriate and timely patient disposition including admission, discharge (including follow-up plan), observation, or transfer as appropriate
Formulate a specific follow-up plan with appropriate resource utilization
Engage patient and/or surrogate to effectively implement a discharge plan

DOMAIN 05 – Professional, Legal, and Ethical Practices 
Record essential elements of the patient care encounter to facilitate correct coding and billing
Integrate cultural competence into patient care
Identify needs of vulnerable populations and intervene appropriately
Manage patient presentation demonstrating knowledge of EMTALA regulations
Adhere to professional ethical standards of emergency care

Source:  https://www.aanpcert.org/certs/enp

A detailed explanation of valid CME sources for eligibility can be found in the AANPCB recertification handbook.