To become an infusion therapy nurse, select an appropriate nursing program and complete it, pass your registered nurse exam for RN certification, and gain at least 1,600 hours of work experience in the field. Finally, study for and pass the Certified Registered Nurse Infusion exam.Continue Reading
Research local nursing programs. Choose between a two-year associate's degree in nursing and a four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Both offer hands-on experience in addition to the required academic study.
Complete your chosen nursing program.
Study the focus areas of the National Council Licensure Examination, which include psychosocial integrity, safe and effective care environment, health promotion and maintenance, and physiological integrity.
Become a registered nurse by passing the National Council Licensure Examination.
Gain employment as a registered general staff nurse in a hospital. Maintain a good work record.
Seek out and accept opportunities for further clinical experience. Work for a minimum of 1,600 hours as a registered nurse, focusing on an infusion-related field.
Study the topics on the exam, including pharmacology, fluid and electrolyte therapy, transfusion therapy and infection prevention.
Sit for the CRNI exam, which consists of 170 questions over 3 hours.