National Nurse Practitioner Residency and Fellowship Training Consortium 07/31/2019 On Hold Other Report

U.S. Department of Education

Staff Report

to the

Senior Department Offical

on

Recognition Compliance Issues


Recommendation Page



  1. National Nurse Practitioner Residency and Fellowship Training Consortium
  2. Other Report
  3. July 31, 2019
  4. Approve the eligibility sections and allow the agency to submit a full petition for recognition.
  5. None

Executive Summary



Part I: General Information About The Agency

The purposes of the NNPRFTC are to promote health and education by: (a) improving the availability, efficacy and quality of healthcare by establishing, developing and refining an educational and training model for postgraduate residency and fellowship training programs for nurse practitioners; (b) improving healthcare by promoting and providing support to post-graduate residency and fellowship training programs for nurse practitioners; (c) advancing and improving the availability, efficacy and quality of healthcare by establishing, implementing and monitoring standards for post-graduate residency and fellowship training programs for nurse practitioners by functioning as a national accrediting agency with the principal purpose of accrediting post-graduate residency and fellowship training programs for nurse practitioners. Creating a healthcare workforce that meets the needs of our patients and our society

Recognition History

The agency is seeking initial recognition. This report is for purposes of reviewing compliance with the eligibility sections of the Secretary's Criteria for Recognition.


Part II: Summary Of Findings

The agency meets the requirements of the Secretary’s Criteria for Recognition.

Part III: Third Party Comments


The Department did not receive any written third-party comments regarding this agency.