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Question: I forgot my password. Can you help?

Answer: If you have forgotten your password, there is a button underneath the login text boxes. Just follow the directions given on the following pages. If you are not able to retrieve or reset your password in this way please send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Question: Would it be ok to post a link to CRNA Today on our website?

Answer: Yes, feel free to link to CRNA Today.

Question: Who do I contact about advertising on CRNA Today?

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Question: Can I contribute courses or journal articles to CRNA Today?

Answer: Yes, if you are interested please send an email with a topic, 3 objectives, and a resume/CV to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



Question: Is there a limit to how many credits I can get in a specific amount of time? If I subscribe now, can I earn 20 credits as quickly as I want?

Answer: You can earn as many credits as we currently have. We add courses on a rolling month to month basis offering over 30 credits every year.

Question: How many CEs have I completed? Where do I find this on the web site?

Answer: Currently the only way to view how many credits you have completed is to check each of the classes you have completed. You can also check on the AANA website 3-7 days after the beginning of the next month.

Question: I see the CE credit balance shows "Available credits: 11." What exactly does that mean?

Answer: This is how much of your subscription is remaining to enroll in classes. You can enroll in and earn CE credits in 11 credits worth of classes.

Question: I'm wondering if you can purchase and take one or two CE classes instead of twenty? What is the cost per class?

Answer: No, currently the only package we have is 20 credits for $300. We are looking into adding more packages.



Question: Are there any written or article-style courses instead of the videos?

Answer: Not currently, but we will be publishing the CRNA Today eJournal in the first week of June.

Question: How many courses and hours of lectures are there for 20 CEs?

Answer: Each course is worth 1 to 3 CEs. The lectures are about 1 hour each and there is one lecture per credit. So, for 20 CEs you would have about 20 hours of lectures.

Question: How many exams do you take for 20 CEs?

Answer: You take one test per CE for a total of 20 tests.

Question: How many questions are there on each exam? What is the lowest score required to pass?

Answer: There are 10 questions on each exam. You need to get 8 of the 10 questions correct, or 80%.

Question: I need 23 CE credits to recertify this year. Are those CEs available now to purchase? Also, is each test worth a CE or is it 3 tests per 1 CE?

Answer: We have about 10 to 20 credits available at any time. Courses are added on a rolling month to month basis with over 30 credits available throughout the year. Each passed test will earn you one CE credit. The amount of tests varies from course to course.



Question: How many CEs and courses are AANA approved?

Answer: All of our courses are AANA approved and reported to the AANA when completed

Question: When will the CE credits I earn be reported to the AANA website.

Answer: We report all finished courses at the end of the month, and once reported it takes about 3-5 days for the AANA to process and post the credits.

Question: Is it possible to get a printed verification of completed CEs?

Answer: Yes, after completing each course you have the option to open your Certificate of Completion in a pdf, save the pdf to your hard drive or print the certificate. At the end of each month we report completed CEs to the AANA.

Question: I am unable to find CRNA Today as a provider on the AANA website. Is there a different name CRNA Today goes by?

Answer: Yes, Educated Hand Publishing.