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Accreditation Agencies Joint Statement on Academic Progression

The Accreditation Commission Educa-tion in Nursing (ACEN), the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), and the National League for Nursing Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (NLN CNEA) acknowledge that nurses need access to seamless academic progression to meet evolving workforce demands and patient needs of the future.

II. Engagement
Tool. February 24, 2017.

Accreditation and Academic Progression FAQs

These FAQs address the national nursing education accrediting agencies’ standards, policies, and procedures, and their possible impact on emerging nursing academic progression models.

II. Engagement
Tool. February 24, 2017.

Aiken's BSN Nurses and Hostpial Outcomes in Journal of Medical Care 2014.pdf

Linda Aiken's editorial review of Yukasheva et al's "Economic Evaluation of BSNs" in Journal of Medical Care.

I. Pre-Engagement, V. Data, Results and Evaluation
Article. February 24, 2017.

AONE & AACN Partnership Guiding Principles.pdf

Academic/Practice Partnerships are an important mechanism to strengthen nursing practice and help nurses become well positioned to lead change and advance health. Through implementing such partnerships, both academic institutions and practice settings will formally address the recommendations of the Future of Nursing Committee. Effective partnerships will create systems for nurses to achieve educational and career advancement, prepare nurses of the future to practice and lead, provide mechanisms for lifelong learning, and provide a structure for nurse residency programs.

I. Pre-Engagement, II. Engagement
Tool. February 24, 2017.

Assessing Progress on the IOM Futue of Nursing Report.pdf

In 2014, RWJF asked the IOM to convene a committee to assess progress made on implementing the Future of Nursing report recommendations and identify areas that should be emphasized over the next 5 years to help the Campaignfor Action and nursing field fulfill its aims. The committee considered the utilization of the IOM report by the Campaign and other groups, impact of the Campaign on areas peripheral to nursing, and the Campaign’s use of traditional and new media in meeting its goals. The committee report was based, in part, on three workshops organized by the committee
that focused on practice, education, leadership, diversity, collaboration, and health workforce
data.

I. Pre-Engagement
Article, Tool. February 24, 2017.

Assessing the Progress on Increasing Nursing Workforce Diversity Using Existing Data Sources

Assessing the Progress on Increasing Nursing Workforce Diversity Using Existing Data Sources by Ed Salsberg of George Washington University

V. Data, Results and Evaluation
Tool. February 24, 2017.

Brief overview of Legislative, Regulatory, and Accreditation Issues

Regulatory and accreditation issues are sometimes perceived as a barrier in development of academic progression pathways. However, nursing education accrediting bodies and the National Council of State Boards of Nursing have expressly indicated support for innovative methods to streamline nursing academic progression.

I. Pre-Engagement, II. Engagement
Tool. February 24, 2017.