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Tile Institute of Medicine (IOM) in collaboration Title else American Acaclemy of Nursing (AAN) acid tile American Nurses Foundation (ANF) manages a Senior Nurse ScI~olar-in-Residence Program. Tile purpose of tile program is to encourage anc] assist a prominent nurse leader in tile articu- lation and assessment of healths policy issues of national concern. Tile Senior Nurse ScI~olar selects a specific health policy issue consistent witty tile priority activities of tile IOM and the nursing professions. TIle Scholar is located at the IOM attends selected orientation meetings witty key officials in fecleral agencies as well as Congressional committees witty artier IOM Fellows and attends forums ant! meetings of tile Institute tile National Acaclemy of Sciences the AAN tile ANF and the American Nurses Associations. Tile Scow works witty megatons who assist else individual in refilling tile selected topic and bricigi~g the gap between acaclemia and tile service amuck stealth policy sectors. As part of the r esidency program the Scholar is r equired to submit a peer-reviewec! paper before tile earl of the programed titan should be publisi~eci ant! disseminated to a broaci audience. The paper is expecter! to translate and frame acaclemic or experiential knowledge into policy-relevant recomme'~datiolls on a specific topic. o o . I

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