ICE Digest Q2 Tackles Disciplinary Policies and Procedures
The Q2 issue of ICE Digest is now available to view and download. This issue includes a cover story on reviewing violations of ethical codes, as well as many other features.
Here's a look at what you'll find inside:
- Legal Standards for Disciplinary Policies and Procedures of Certification Organizations - Although nearly every credentialing organization maintains some form of ethical code and procedures for reviewing alleged violations, approaches vary widely.
By Julia E. Judish
- When the Needs Assessment for New Credentials Comes Back with a Resounding "No!" - The former managing director of the American Board of Audiology Torryn P. Brazell discusses findings of a needs assessment and recounts how they were presented to the board.
By Joyanna Mills
- Can't Put a Price on It: The Value of Fostering Volunteer and SME Engagement - A recap of the popular 2016 ICE Exchange session of the same name, this article focuses on the unique considerations that organizations may encounter when recruiting and retaining SMEs and volunteers.
By Carla Caro, MA, Jacqueline Carpenito, and Anthony Gage, MS
- American Legion Issues State of Credentialing of Service Members and Veterans Report - A report by the American Legion points out that the Department of Defense military services' ongoing efforts to encourage credentialing have led to a decrease in the types of military-specific barriers that have been identified over the years.
By Lisa Lutz
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