CINHCCalifornia Institute for Nursing and Health Care
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Professional The initial grant budget included a line item organizations' to provide reimbursement to each professional financial incentive organization involved in identifying potential partners to help cover their costs: * California School Nurses Organization * HealthImpact (formerly CINHC) * Clinic Consortium Revaluating time Recruitment of practice partners took 8 constraints, months longer than anticipated.
In 2006, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation funded CINHC for an 18-month project to engage 100 "thought leaders" representing key stakeholders in thoughtful and evidence-based dialogue about the need to change nursing education.
Following the publication of the white paper, the commitment to develop a new model for advancing nursing education was underwritten by two private foundations, along with the State Chancellor's Office for California Community Colleges, to provide funding to launch CCMNE demonstration projects (CINHC, 2012).