The Council on Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice adopted the 2014 version of the competencies in June, and the new tools are a cross section of both the 2014 and 2010 versions of the core competencies
and offer a set of competency assessments.
C-Change implemented a Cancer Core Competency Pilot Project at four sites across the United States to assess the aggregated utility of the C-Change Cancer Core Competencies
in improving the knowledge and performance of noncancer specialist healthcare professionals through educational interventions.
Committee on Core Competencies
for Federal Facilities Asset Management, 2005-2020.
AS STANDARDS OF PRACTICE FOR ACADEMIC NURSE EDUCATORS, the Core Competencies
of Nurse Educators[C] with Task Statements, published by the National League for Nursing in 2005, inspire excellence and provide a comprehensive framework for the lifelong learning of faculty (1).
The relationship between the core functions of public health, the 10 essential public health services, and the core competencies
for environmental health practitioners is not easy to define.
Listed in Table 1 are the core competencies
applicable to the four levels of leadership.
Our three core competencies
work together to develop and maintain our military edge.
Results were tabulated to determine the mean scores on all items and in aggregates around the 9 core competencies
Strategic resources include core competencies
, strategic assets employed and core processes.
The mix will depend on what the insurer deems to be core competencies
or points of competitive advantage vs.
Editorial Abstract: Colonel Krisinger analyzes the process that produced the Air Force's original core competencies
and offers insights into how recent changes to them will affect the air and space power culture.
Without this "snapshot," the board of trustees has no established precedent upon which to evaluate the core competencies
needed in a new Leader.