Congratulations to our newest DCNP'S
(as of November 2020)

Kelli Borland, Lindsay Chappell, Avery R. Dinallo, Annette Gaskins, Jessica T. Gonzalez, Sarah Guerrette, Harriet L. Hall, Kelsie A. Hammond, Amber Harrison, Joshua P. Holewinski, Marianna F. Karewicz, Kelsey Elizabeth Nadeau, Tamara A. Porter, Stephanie R. Rhodebeck, Angela O. Sankaran, Kimberly A. Schwerdtfeger, Kelly Stauss Carlson, Julia M. Storti and Jane D. Tallent.

our philosophy  

The DNPCB believes that the specialty of dermatology advanced nursing practice promotes attainment of the highest standards of nursing practice for optimal patient care. This organization believes that attainment of a common knowledge base, utilization of the nursing process, and a high level of skill in the practice setting are required for dermatology nurse practitioner practice and should receive professional recognition.

The DNPCB is committed to the advancement of professional nursing through recognition of nurse practitioners displaying knowledge and expertise in the specialty practice of dermatology. In doing so, the DNPCB recognizes the value of education programs, research, and clinical practice which fosters personal and professional growth. 


Why become DCNP certified?
        • Validate your advanced knowledge
        • Improve patient care
        • Enhance your sense of pride and accomplishment
        • Enjoy peer and collegial respect
        • Increase your earning power and job satisfaction


OUR MISSION

The Dermatology Nurse Practitioner Certification Board (DNPCB) promotes the highest standards of dermatology nursing practice and establishes credentialing mechanisms for validating proficiency in dermatology nursing.
continuing competence
    • DNPCB has adopted the definition of continuing competence as published by the Accreditation Board for Specialty Nursing Certification (ABSNC). Continuing competence is  the ongoing commitment of a registered nurse to integrate and apply the knowledge, skills, and judgement with the attitudes, values, and beliefs required to practice safely, effectively, and ethically in a designated role, patient population and/or setting.


Contact DNPCB

222 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 1870

Chicago, IL 60606

Phone: 888-501-3853

Email: tschorle@dpsamc.com 


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