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Center for Nursing Education and Testing Update
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Center for Nursing Education and Testing (CNET) is transitioning both the CPSN and CANS examinations to a computer-based testing format. Due to the complexities of this task, this will not be finalized until early 2021. As a result of this, CNET will not offer CPSN or CANS examinations in the fall of 2020.

If you applied to take the spring exam, and your application was pushed to the fall examination dates, or if you have already applied for the fall examinations, CNET will carry your application forward to the 2021 examinations.

As additional information is received, both the ISPAN and PSNCB websites will be continually updated accordingly.

There are presently 381 Certified Aesthetic Nurse Specialists and 257 Certified Plastic Surgical Nurses who are certified by the PSNCB and maintain current certifications. Join their ranks by taking the first steps toward getting certified today.

CPSN/CANS Fake Test Booklets PSNCB Certification Webinar
Becoming a Certified Nurse: What you need to know to get your CANS or CPSN Certification
*Recording of the webinar to be available on the website soon.

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CPSN/CANS Fake Test Booklets CANS/CPSN Fake Test Booklets

It has come to our attention that these specific books are being sold on Amazon. These are NOT CREATED, NOR ENDORSED by PSNCB and are NOT RECOMMENDED to be used to prep for the exams.
Nurse Plastic Surgery (CPSN): Specialty Review and Self-Assessment
Nurse Plastic Surgery (CPSN): Board and Certification Practice Test
Plastic Surgery (CPSN) Certification Review