Program Guidance Workshop for Consultants
This two-day course provides information from program experts to help you guide healthcare organizations to nursing excellence.Click to Register
Welcome to the Magnet Recognition Program®, for health care organizations who truly value nursing talent. Magnet Recognition is not merely an award, or a badge of honor. It is steadfast proof of a hard-earned commitment to excellence in health care, with contented nurses at its heart.
The Magnet Recognition Program designates organizations worldwide where nursing leaders successfully align their nursing strategic goals to improve the organization’s patient outcomes. The Magnet Recognition Program provides a roadmap to nursing excellence, which benefits the whole of an organization. To nurses, Magnet Recognition means education and development through every career stage, which leads to greater autonomy at the bedside. To patients, it means the very best care, delivered by nurses who are supported to be the very best that they can be.
NOTICE: Beginning February 2020, all Magnet application documents must be submitted using ADAM or ADAMplus. The Magnet Program office will honor any contract signed prior to November 1, 2018.
Take your first steps towards Magnet Recognition, by viewing our eligibility requirements, application process, and submission requirements. If you have already earned Magnet Recognition, then find out about redesignation to ensure that your organization continues to be recognized for supporting nurses to lead health care change.
While the benefits of Magnet speak for themselves, the journey to Magnet requires real dedication. By continually evaluating its strengths, weaknesses, and performance in relation to the Magnet model, organizations are empowered to make the right change. The result is an environment which inspires nurses to work together, to advance health care for all.
Bring the core benefits of Magnet to your organization, by signing up to Magnet Learning Communities (MLC). MLC is open to every Magnet-eligible health care organization regardless of size, location, or Magnet status; and provides vast online resources including moderated discussion groups, bibliographies, and research reviews.
The Community is divided into four vital knowledge centers:
If you are interested in becoming Magnet-Recognized, the MLC also provides deeper insight into the application process and guidance to success.
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