The ANCC Institute for Credentialing Research supports research-related processes and activities for ANCC organizational and individual credentialing programs, including Accreditation, Certification, Magnet Recognition, and Pathway to Excellence. Externally, the ANCC research program works to promote the growth of credentialing research.
ANCC invites the submission of concept papers describing a multisite research project that can be implemented at children’s hospitals and in hospitals with a pediatric population of interest to the study. The 2016 call for concept papers will include an informational webinar to view live or on-demand. Learn more
View the recording of the informational webinar given by Marianne Weiss, DNSc, RN.
Magnet® organizations are invited to submit expressions of interest to participate in a 3-year multisite research study on evaluating discharge readiness. Learn more
To stimulate discourse about credentialing research, ANCC offers the report A National Agenda for Credentialing Research in Nursing [pdf] written by the ANCC Research Council and staff. This report proposes a framework to organize credentialing research concepts and to generate research questions. Comments may be submitted at www.research.net/s/ANCCcredentialingresearchreport.