The International Nurse Regulator Collaborative (INRC) is a collaboration between nursing regulatory organizations throughout the world. Our eight member organizations are dedicated to promoting research, sharing intelligence, and working together to influence policy to protect the public's health, safety, and welfare around the world.
INRC was formed in 2011 from a mutual recognition that there was an opportunity to learn from, share with, and assist each other with individual and mutual goals.
INRC members discuss and explore issues of mutual concern regarding the regulation of nursing practices. It is our goal to make that research available to member and nonmember organizations.
INRC facilitates a multicultural exchange of thoughts and ideas. Bound by similar missions and challenges, our member groups seek to share best practices.
Our INRC members decided to unite with the awareness that each of us could offer more to the publics we serve by collaborating with one another.
Since 2011, INRC members have come together to promote understanding and cooperation in the development of standards to protect the public through the regulatory process of nurse licensure/registration.