Certified neurointerventional clinician
The Certified Neurointerventional Clinician (CNIC) board certification ex-amination was developed to recognize the unique and essential contributions of clinicians in neurointerventional radiology. Attainment of CNIC certification demonstrates expertise in stroke competencies, including understanding and mastery of skills used to diagnose stroke, evidence-based management principles for both ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, and knowledge of peri-procedural management of stroke or the at risk stroke patient. Upon completing the review course, an examination will be offered in-person or can be scheduled to be taken at a Prometric Test Center near you.
Upcoming In-Person Review Courses & Exams:
ANVC's Refund/Cancellation policy is as follows:
Cancellation 30 days prior to event = Full Refund
Cancellation 15 days prior to event = 50% Refund
Cancellation less than 14 days prior to event = 0 Refund
$350.00 USD for Members; $500.00 USD for non-members. If the Review Course is offered in-person, the Exam will be taken in-person on the second day of the review course. If the Review Course is offered virtually, the computerized exam can then be taken at various authorized testing centers
across the country (at a day and time of your choice), or at another in-person CNIC event of your choice. You have up to 1 year to attempt the computerized version of the exam.
Eligibility Requirements Include:
- Licensure as a registered nurse or paramedic, or certification by ARRT or other international certifying agency as a radiology technologist.
- At least 6 months relevant experience working clinically in an interventional catheterization lab or acute stroke clinical practice.
- Must provide manager or physician verification of clinical work experience.
In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by Arizona State University and ANVC. Arizona State University is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.