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PMHS Recert is due every 3 years. You recertify as a PMHS between October 1 and January 31 prior to your wallet card expiration date. You can recertify with a late fee February 1 to 28.
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For full details on your renewal requirements below, see your PMHS Recert Guide.
- Maintain any advanced practice certification (NP or CNS) that was required per PMHS exam eligibility criteria.
- Maintain current, active, unencumbered US or Canadian advanced practice nursing licensure.
- Complete an equivalent of 45 contact hours of pediatric behavioral/mental health (BMH), of which 15 contact hours must be pediatric psychopharmacology.
Recertification for 2018 ends January 31, 2018. A late fee is added between February 1 and February 28, 2018.
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