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(6) Building on the social indicators movement in the 1970s (Kingsley 1999), NNIP is "a collaborative effort by the Urban Institute and local partners to further the development and use of neighborhood-level information systems in local policymaking and community building" (Urban-Institute 2005).
The NNIP is a 6-month program consisting of both course and clinical instruction in the care of persons with nervous system disorders.
This review was augmented by our own experience, the experience of other neuroscience nurses, and the teaching-learning objectives for the newly created NNIP. A total of 54 nursing skills were identified and divided into 10 categories.
The NNSES is used to assess the perceived level of confidence of the NNIP nurse-interns in performing neuroscience nursing clinical skills.
In 1988, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke provided financial support to develop and implement a Neuroscience Nurse Internship Program (NNIP) within the Nursing Department of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center.
There are two primary objectives of the NNIP program.
In 1988, the NIH Clinical Center Nursing Department adopted the curriculum for a new program called the Neuroscience Nurse Internship Program (NNIP).
The goals of NNIP are to (a) provide nurses with a basic knowledge and understanding of the theory and practice of neuroscience nursing, (b) prepare nurses to deliver clinically competent care to patients with neurological disorders, (c) prepare nurses as clinical generalists in neuroscience nursing, (d) increase the recruitment and retention of nurses in the field of neuroscience nursing, (e) increase the number of clinically competent nurses practicing neuroscience nursing in the healthcare community, and (f) prepare nurses to function as members of the biomedical research team at the Clinical Center.
 Center for Human Nutrition, Department of International Health, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA;  The Nepal Nutrition Intervention Project Sarlahi (NNIPS), National Society for the Prevention of Blindness, Kathmandu, Nepal
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