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had received numerous requests to expand the program outside of the US. The
Board then expanded the program to recognize healthcare organizations abroad.
The National Association of Consumer Cooperatives (
/COOP) was set up in 1957 to organize strategic and planning management for consumer cooperatives. The
/COOP creates marketing policy as well consumer and environmental safety initiatives.
offers certification programs in 29 nursing specialties:
allows qualified women and gay persons to receive Holy Orders. Believing that the lived experience of married life can be an invaluable gift for ministry, the
also welcomes married clergy. The
is one of a few Christian churches that recognizes gay marriage.
The following year, the program was expanded by
to include recognition of long term care facilities.
changed the official name of the program to the Magnet Nursing Services Recognition Program.
The American Nurses Credentialing Center (
) is the largest board certification body for nurses in the United States. One of the many certifications that
offers is a Case Management Nurse Certification. Registered nurses who successfully pass ANCC's Case Management Nurse exam are entitled to use the credential, RN-BC (Registered Nurse - Board Certified).
once again changed the official name of the program to its current name, Magnet Recognition Program.
In 2013, TIRR Memorial Hermann was recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (
) with the Pathway to Excellence designation.
is congregational rather than hierarchical. Parishes are self-governing, bishops are elected by clergy and laity for limited terms rather than appointed, and all clergy are non-stipendiary, supporting themselves and their ministries with regular jobs intended to keep them in touch with the worldly challenges faced by their parishioners. In both worship and governance, the
actively encourages lay participation.
All cardiac nurses are registered nurses. In the past, the American Nurses Credentialing Center (
) offered certification in Cardiac Rehabilitation Nursing. However,
has retired that exam, and the certification is no longer available, except to nurses who already have the certification and want to renew it.
In 1999, the San Carlos Apache founded the Apache Nation Chamber of Commerce [
] to "create environments that ensure the greatest opportunity to succeed, and to become self-sufficient for Indigenous and all communities." The
encourages individuals and corporations to form business relationships with Arizona's tribal governments.
Other services of the
include an Accreditation Program for nursing continuing education providers and approvers, and the Magnet Recognition Program, which rates medical institutions for their nursing excellence. The
also runs the Pathway to Excellence program to help hospitals improve their working environment for nurses.
Following a pilot program involving five hospitals, in 1994,
awarded the first Magnet recognition to the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, WA.
The first presiding bishop of the
is the Most Reverend George R. Lucey, who is a member of the Franciscan Community of Mercy (FCM).
In 1999 the
created an international branch of the organization in order to provide its services outside of the United States.
In 1998 the
created the Institute for Research, Education, and Consultation (IREC) which provides the following services: Certification, Magnet Recognition Program, Pathway to Excellence, and Accreditation.
The American National Catholic Church (
) is an independent Catholic church established in 2009 as a self-governing entity. It is not in communion with the Catholic Church, whose canon law considers it a schismatic sect. The
was founded with the mission of fully implementing their interpretation of the Second Vatican Council and is notably more liberal than the Catholic Church in its acceptance of homosexual practice and marriage, the ordination of women, and contraception.
In October 2005, Children's Hospital received the nation’s highest honor for nursing excellence, the Magnet designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (
). To date, only 170 of almost 5,000 hospitals nationwide – 3 percent – have Magnet status. In January 2010, St. Louis Children’s Hospital was redesignated as a Magnet hospital by the
Magnet Recognition Program. Only 2 percent of hospitals nationally have achieved Magnet redesignation.
In 2012, the Institute of Mental Health earned the Accreditation with Distinction from the American Nurse Credentialing Center (
), for its nursing education, becoming the only institution outside the USA to receive this recognition.
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