Copyright registration can be a long and costly process, especially with the new interim rule for secure tests. ICE Publications and Editorial Committee member Rebecca Hastings, MS, SPHR, PHRca, recently spoke with Jennifer Ancona Semko, Esq., to learn more about the group registration process.
The coronavirus crisis has caused a great need for nursing personnel to be redeployed. ICE PEC member Rebecca R. Hastings, M.S., SPHR, PHRca, spoke with Terri Hinkley, EdD, MBA, BScN, RN, CAE, about how AMSN created a self-assessment tool to address staffing needs in hospitals.
ICE recently published “Criminal Justice Research Study,” with the help of a task force of members from the ICE Government Affairs and Research and Development (R&D) Committees. We spoke with task force co-chairs, Carla Caro, MA, and Nicole Risk, PhD, to learn about the research and its outcomes.
Jim Henderson, PhD, was honored with the 2019 ICE Lifetime Achievement award for his service to the credentialing industry. ICE PEC member Robert C. Shaw Jr., PhD, recently spoke with Henderson about his career in credentialing and his work on the third edition of Certification: The ICE Handbook.
The National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) recently created a subcommittee to oversee an assessment of live remote proctoring. ICE spoke with subcommittee member Linda Waters, PhD, to learn more about this assessment and what the NCCA hopes to achieve with its outcome.