The New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC ⋄”nem-nek”) is a collaborative of state- or tribal-funded nursing programs across the state with a common pre-licensure RN nursing curriculum that supports multiple pathways into nursing.
The NMNEC statewide common curriculum was approved in 2012 and implemented in two schools that year. In 2020, the common pre-licensure curriculum has been implemented in twelve schools in sixteen locations providing transferability in all four quadrants of the state.
Used to define quality in nursing education, the AACN Essentials outline the necessary curriculum content and expected competencies of graduates from baccalaureate, master’s, and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs. See the latest updated related to AACN's New...
Jenny was involved in the design and early implementation of NMNEC and was a former NMNEC Leadership Council member. Jenny's dissertation "The Nursing Baccalaureate Dual Enrollment Model: Outcomes for a Community College and University Partnership" finds that NMNEC...
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On June 9, 2021 Dr. Anita Reinhardt announced her plans to resign from her position on the NMNEC Leadership Council, thus leaving an open position for the NMNEC Leadership Council BSN Program. However, Dr. Reinhardt has graciously offered to remain on the Council...
Nursing Education Model provides multiple pathways into nursing education.