NACNEPNational Advisory Council for Nursing Education and Practice
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However, the Affordable Care Act, or any likely future iterations, represents a marked shift to population health (NACNEP, 2016).
These skills can help nurses identify patterns across populations, link people with needed resources, and develop appropriate interventions (NACNEP, 2016).
NACNEP then developed recommendations for Congress including:
The NACNEP is responsible for providing recommendations to the HHS secretary and U.S.
"The NACNEP has an irrefutable history of correcting the disparities that exist within the nursing community and healthcare industry, and among the general public," said Nagelhout.
The NACNEP is not alone in posing questions about nurses in school settings.
Though I was unable to attend the recent 119th NACNEP meeting, which was organized to discuss the impact of the nurse faculty shortage, the NLN was ably represented.
Joyce Fitzpatrick, editor of Nursing Education Perspectives, also presented at NACNEP, tackling the difficult issue of compensation for nurse faculty.
As a member of the National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice (NACNEP), I was on a working group focused on informatics competencies.
In its 2003 report, the NACNEP reiterated its recommendation that, by 2010, two-thirds of the RN workforce should have at least a baccalaureate degree.
Encouraging NACNEP to carefully consider issues of quality and quantity when addressing the faculty shortage, Dr.