The Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI®) credential is the only nationally recognized and accredited certification in infusion nursing. INCC’s accreditations and a 25-year proven track record assures the public, employers, and nurses that the CRNI® credential is a credible and reliable method of validating a nurse’s experience in the specialty of infusion therapy. Passing the CRNI® examination attests your knowledge and experience in nine core areas of infusion nursing,and earns you the CRNI® credential.
Meeting INCC’s re-certification requirements ensures that you keep abreast of pharmaceutical, technical, and other clinical developments. To re-certify you have two options:
- Re-certify by exam, you must successfully take the CRNI® exam during the September administration in the final year of your certification cycle. CRNI®s choosing to re-certify by exam forfeit the option to re-certify by CE. Applications received after the deadline may not be guaranteed acceptance and may be subject to additional fees.
- Re-certify by CE, you must submit your re-certification application in the final year of your certification cycle. At least 30 RUs must be obtained by attending any of INS’ regularly scheduled national meetings or virtual education conferences shaded below. In addition to 30 RUs from national INS meetings, up to 10 RUs can be submitted from a combination of any of the following unshaded options as outlined here to complete the 40 units required to re-certify.
Please note: The deadline for re-certication is 3 years after after the date you originally passed your CRNI Exam or last re-certified. If you hold an 'Active' CRNI® and would like to select a method, and apply for re-certification you will need to click the "Click to Register" button below.
Important: Access to the below links will not be made available until the final year of your cycle.