The Institute of Medicine Committee on Credentialing Research in Nursing will discuss issues related to research on credentialing of nurses and organizations. As a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association (ANA), ANCC is proud to serve as the credentialing arm and serve as a leader in sponsoring this research agenda for nursing.
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This IOM standing committee will discuss issues related to research on credentialing of nurses and organizations. The standing committee will maintain surveillance of the field, discuss planning and program development, and serve as a focal point for discussions and potential ad hoc studies requested by the sponsor and approved by the Institute of Medicine and the National Academies. Topics that may be addressed by the standing committee or by sponsored workshops and future studies by IOM committees include:
- emerging priorities for nursing credentialing research
- research methodologies and measures relevant to nursing credentialing research
- the impact of individual and organizational credentialing in nursing on improving healthcare performance, quality, and outcomes
- strategic planning for moving the field of credentialing research forward
For more information and to sign up for notices about the committee's activities, please visit www.iom.edu/Activities/Workforce/NursingCredentialing