Certified Healthcare CPD Professionals (CHCP) and the Healthcare CPD Associate Certificate
Certified Healthcare CPD Professional (CHCP)
The purpose of the Certified Healthcare CPD professional (CHCP) credential is to provide an educational self‐assessment experience to individuals employed in the Healthcare CPD field while defining minimal competence for the healthcare education profession. The public deserves assurance that healthcare CPD (also known as CPPD, CPE, CE) is being managed and monitored by individuals who understand the principles of adult learning and professional development, know how to frame clinical content for maximum impact, and can interpret the rules and regulations that define the field. These Healthcare CPD professionals are responsible for maintaining the integrity of activities essential for re-licensure of healthcare providers such as physicians, physician assistants, pharmacists, nurses, nurse practitioners and more.
For information on how to register for the CHCP examination, click here.
For individuals who have the CHCP credential and need to recertify, click here.
Healthcare CPD Associate Examination
The Healthcare CPD Associate examination supports the documentation of knowledge and skills by individuals working in the healthcare CPD/CME/CE field. The examination is designed for individuals working in any provider or supporter setting with at least one year of full-time experience in healthcare CPD. The examination reflects the minimum standards for knowledge and skill of those working in organizations related to the education of licensed healthcare providers such as physicians, physician assistants, pharmacists, nurses, nurse practitioners and more.
For information on how to register for the Healthcare CPD Associate examination, click here.
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