In Focus Spring 2014

Description
  • April 1, 2014 marked the 20th anniversary of the first NCLEX examination to be administered via computerized adaptive testing (CAT). To celebrate this milestone, we look at the evolution of CAT and follow the NCLEX’s technological journey from paper-and-pencil to a computer-based examination.
  • Mark Majek of the Texas Board of Nursing explains the importance of leaders knowing when to "lead, follow or get out of the way."
  • Two executive officers new to their role reflect on their first NCSBN Midyear Meeting experience.
  • Like any country’s nursing regulation, Canada has its own unique practices, approaches, and legislative and regulatory frameworks. Learn more about nursing regulation in Canada and British Columbia as Cynthia Johansen of the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia discusses nursing regulation from a global perspective.
Publish Date
2014
Topic
Innovations in Regulation, NCSBN Organization, NCSBN Products/Services, Regulation
From
Magazines
Type
Publication