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National Cancer Institute Develops Checklist to Determine Readiness of an Omics Test

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) developed a checklist with 30 criteria for determining the readiness of an omics test for use in guiding patient care in clinical trials, based on the principles set forth in the IOM report Evolution of Translational Omics: Lessons Learned and the Path Forward. The checklist will be used when reviewing proposals for NCI-sponsored clinical trials in which omics tests will guide care.

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Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the AARP partner to establish The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action

Spurred by The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the AARP partnered to establish The Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action, aimed at improving the health of Americans by transforming the nursing profession, using the IOM report as a framework.

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  • Accessing Primary Care: Barriers to Nurse Practitioner Practice (HTML)
  • Infographic - The Future of Nursing (JPG, HTML)
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  • Report Recommendations (PDF, HTML)
  • Report Brief (PDF, HTML)
  • The Future of Nursing: Focus on Education (PDF, HTML)
  • The Future of Nursing: Focus on Scope of Practice (PDF, HTML)
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NIH Creates Office of Emergency Care Research

Sparked by the release of three 2006 IOM reports – Emergency Care for Children: Growing Pains, Hospital-Based Emergency Care: At the Breaking Point, and Emergency Medical Services At the Crossroads – the NIH began an effort to examine its research activities in emergency medicine and to hear from investigators and stakeholders in the field. The IOM reports found the emergency medical system to be overburdened, underfunded, and highly fragmented. The NIH effort led to the creation in 2012 of the Office of Emergency Care Research.

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