Real Value of Seeking Credentialing Lies in the Journey



A patient outcomes study published by a nursing journal may do little to dampen hospitals' enthusiasm for certification from a prestigious credentialing center.



1 comments on "Real Value of Seeking Credentialing Lies in the Journey"
pacunurse2216 (1/30/2012 at 5:20 PM)

I think the arguments from both sides are good but, regarding leadership and judgement of the working force have either of those nurses worked in the capacity of a staff nurse? Remember in order to be a good leader, we must be able to walk the talk. Is the analysis of your staff subject to any researcher bias? No disrespect intended, just a thought.

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