ICIRN

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ICIRNInteragency Council on Information Resources for Nursing
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This list was compiled from the contributions of the following representatives of the Interagency Council on Information Resources in Nursing (ICIRN) member agencies: Richard Barry, Leslie Block, Warren G.
Susan's commitment to instilling a value of research in nursing students evolved from research she conducted with ICIRN colleagues Annelle Tanner and Diane Pravikoff that examined nurses' information literacy skills as a measure of readiness for evidence-based practice.
For information about ICIRN, see "Essential Nursing References" in this issue of Nursing Education Perspectives, and visit www.icirn.org.
Table 1 Timeline of Medical Library Association continuing education and section activities related to evidence-based nursing practice and the Magnet Recognition Program Date Title Details 2001-2006 "Finding the Best Allen MP: comments Evidence (Answers) on Magnet program to Nursing impact on library Questions" services, New Jersey presentation offered nursing continuing education (CE) units credit May 2003 "Evidence-Based MLA annual meeting Nursing: Needs, symposium with MLA Tools, Solutions" and nursing CE, cosponsored by the Nursing and Allied Health Resources Section (NAHRS) and Interagency Council on Information Resources in Nursing (ICIRN), San Diego, CA 2004 Symposium follow-up Allen MP, Jacobs SK, evaluation Levy J, Pierce S, Pravikoff DS, Tanner A.
The 23rd edition of the Interagency Council on Information Resources for Nursing (ICIRN) Essential Nursing References list is presented as a resource for collection development and for use in locating nursing information.
For easy access to these web references, this article can be accessed on the NLN website www.nln.org, For information about ICIRN, see www.icirn.org.
"Essential Nursing References" is just one of the services ICIRN provides to the nursing community.
Finally, in 1995, it was given its present name, the Interagency Council on Information Resources for Nursing, or ICIRN.