Foot Care Nurse Certification Board
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Teach you own CFCN Advanced Foot care nurse certificate program that is accredited for 110 hours.
Teaching an accredited foot care nurse program means raising the standards of your foot care nurse program to obtain nationwide recognition.
The Advanced Foot care Nurse Curriculum license is open to any training facilities including: colleges, community colleges, private career colleges, nursing agencies, foot care nurses, certified foot care nurses, or foot care nurse educators with extensive practice in nursing foot care.
Your nurses will receive a the CFCN certificate that states that the learning activities follows best practices today.
Your nurses will be recognized Canada wide.
Upon completion of the program your nurses will complete our online CFCN-Certified Foot care Nurse Competency exam. Upon passing the CFCN exam your nurses will be able to use the protected title CFCN after their name.
License duration is 2 years
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Clinical practice guideline 2018 as per Canadian diabetes association relation to diabetic etiology and disease process, the diabetic foot care, self-management, the foot care list for patients do and don’t, foot complication and problems of the diabetic foot.
Practice guidelines infection control as per IPAC Canada infection control foot care standards. and
Reducing Foot Complication for people with Diabetes, Revised (RNAO, 2011) provide best practice guidelines.
Awareness of personal risk category as per the Lower extremity amputation prevention program -LEAP
Abnormalities of the feet and nail disorders of the high risk client.
Nail and Skin care treatment for the basic and advanced high risk client as per the
Injury prevention and when to seek help or specialized referral for client.
Individuals assessed as being at "higher" risk for foot ulcer/amputation should be advised of their risk status and referred to their primary care provider for additional assessment or to specialized diabetes or foot care treatment and education teams.
The foot care nurse knowing his or her scope of practice as a foot care nurse.
Use of tools and equipment and products as per the basic and advanced foot care nurse course competencies
Physical examination of the feet to assess risk factors for foot ulceration/ amputation
Use of disposable mono filament testing for all clients as often clients don’t know that they have
Setting up a foot care nurse business in Canada.
To request information on purchasing our 110 hours accredited foot care nurse curriculum program. Please contact us and we will be happy to work with you in having your nurse providing foot care that meets best practice today
All potential licensee.must
Complete our Certified Foot care Nurse Refresher program and pass the CFCN competency exam and be in good standing with your nursing association.
Please contact us or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.