Certification in rehabilitation nursing shows employers, colleagues, patients, and the public that you are committed to excellence in caring for people with physical disabilities and chronic illnesses. It indicates that you are an experienced rehabilitation or restorative nurse who has achieved a level of knowledge in this practice area.
Certification is an investment that can reap great rewards. These include increased professional credibility, recognition of your expertise, greater impact as a job candidate, and a heightened sense of personal achievement.
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Rehabilitation nurses are registered nurses, licensed in the state where they practice. Some have master’s and doctoral degrees from one of several specialized programs across the country. A registered nurse with at least 2 years of practice in rehabilitation nursing can earn distinction as a Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse (CRRN) by successfully completing an examination that validates expertise.