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National Consortium of Academic Nurse Educators, Inc.

Who we are

The National Consortium of Academic Nurse Educators (NC-ANE) is a non-profit organization which represents a diverse group of nurse educators from all over the United States. The NC-ANE has a defined and approved by-law which was created by the founding members, an elected board of directors, and seven standing committees such as by-laws, governance, membership, finance, research, and ways and means to guide the activities of the organization to achieve its mission and vision. Our headquarters is located in the state of New Jersey where the organization was incorporated.

Our History

A group of nurse educators shared their concerns in an online discussion forum about the current nurse faculty shortage. Various solutions and concerns were expressed by different group members, and Dr. Edmund J. Y. Pajarillo, PhD, RN, Informatics-BC, CPHQ, NEA-BC, ANEF, FAAN, took the initiative to form a consortium of nurse educators to discuss the proposed solutions. The interested members across the country started meeting via Zoom in May 2023 and onwards on a regular basis. Five subcommittees were formed in the initial meetings, and the members selected the committee of their interest to work toward of the common goal of addressing nursing faculty shortage. The subcommittees targeted their focus on educational institutions, healthcare organizations, professional organizations, policy makers, as well as public, profit and non-profit organizations. A chair and co-chair were selected for each subcommittee, and the members started working on resolution writing for each subcommittee. Simultaneously, a Delphi Research Team was formed to conduct another study to examine the recruitment and retention of academic nurse educators. The consortium held zoom meetings regularly and to date. The National Consortium of Academic Nurse Educators, Inc. (NC-ANE) is incorporated in the State of New Jersey and is also a non-profit organization under IRC Section 501(c)(3).

Strengthening academic nurse educators to elevate their status relative to equitable workload, compensation, benefits, recognition of teaching, scholarship, and service.

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National Consortium of Academic Nurse Educators, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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