Lindsey Durham first became familiar with the NCCA after helping lead her organization’s accreditation efforts. It was a desire to deepen her knowledge as a subject matter expert, however, that motivated her to join the NCCA Commission as an administrative reviewer.
While you can’t read the minds of Gen Zs and millennials, a recent study by Lenora G. Knapp, PhD, Sandra Bauman, PhD, and Liberty Munson, PhD, did the next best thing: surveyed these generations for their thoughts and motivations regarding professional credentialing. Get their takeaways here.
Continuing education for the medical field has become a hot-topic debate regarding the value of the Maintenance of Certification program. Learn how the ABMS listened to physicians’ concerns around the MOC program and developed new programs focused on continued learning over time.
Sharon Alderson is a self-proclaimed jack-of-all-trades for the American Optometric Association (AOA)’s Paraoptometric Certification Programs. Learn more about what goes into being a certificate program manager in this interview.
The demand for nurses is on the rise, but the United States is facing a nursing shortage. Learn how the Competency & Credentialing Institute and National Institute for First Assisting created a certificate program to combat this issue and introduce nurses to the practice of perioperative nursing.