“If you’re not at the table, then you’re on the menu,” said Michael Enzi, senior Senator from Wyoming. This year, we have learned this lesson through the outbreak of state legislation in 2018, and now being proposed in 2019, related to issues impacting certification and licensure.
Quality assurance (QA) practices are foundational for certifying agencies, as they are accountable to the population they are certifying. Consider these QA tools and techniques to ensure you are delivering safe, effective products and services to your certifying population and their end users.
Are you using terms like validity and reliability correctly? Are you practicing care when communicating about credentialing programs that are based on examination results? This article will help you think twice.
Learn about the ICE Research and Development committee’s activities, what’s on the horizon and the benefits of such research from John Wickett (2018 committee chair) and Patricia Muenzen (2019 committee chair).