INDEN INTERNATIONAL NETWORK FOR DOCTORAL EDUCATION IN NURSING  

The International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing (INDEN) is a non-profit professional association whose mission is to advance quality doctoral nursing education globally. Grounded in our core values of respect, diversity, integrity, and solidarity, our objectives are to:

1. Foster ongoing global networking and professional advancement

2. Promote curriculum development, enhancement, and program evaluation.

3. Encourage collaborative research, educational initiatives, and the dissemination of innovation in doctoral nursing education.

​We invite you to join us in accomplishing the mission of INDEN. We firmly believe that countries committed to advancing nursing doctoral education will advance the nursing profession and the health of their citizens. We have a number of resources on this site that will be helpful to faculty involved in doctoral education in nursing and doctoral students. We look forward to your contributions as a engaged and productive member of INDEN.

Meet Some Current INDEN Members

DR. JOEL FARONBI
Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Nigeria Research Interests: Aging, Elderly Care & Caregiving
DR. ERIK HANS L. SORIO
Center for Health Studies of ​Prince Sultan Military Medical City Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Areas of Interest: Nursing Education, Research
DR. PEARL ED G. CUEVAS
Centro Escolar University Manila Manila, Phillipines Dissertation Research: Nurse-Managed Adult Day Care Program for Filipino Older Persons

Mission

The International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing (INDEN) is a non-profit professional association dedicated to the advancement of quality doctoral nursing education globally.

Vision

Quality doctoral nursing education that is available and accessible to all nations.

Objectives

Foster ongoing global networking and professional advancement.
Promote curriculum development, enhancement, and program evaluation.
Encourage collaborative research, educational initiatives, and the dissemination of innovation in doctoral nursing education.​

Values


Respect:
We engage in our association activities from a position of respect for one another and appreciation for the rich national and cultural heritage that we each bring to our efforts to achieve our mission.

Diversity: We welcome diversity in approaches to both doctoral education and research.

Integrity: We are committed to honesty, fairness, openness, and ethical behavior in all of our activities.

Solidarity: We are committed to supporting one another in the advancement of doctoral education in nursing.

Activities

Activities include, but are not limited to the following:

Maintain quality indicators and guidelines for doctoral education that are relevant to different countries;
Pursue opportunities for the exchange of ideas to generate substantive nursing knowledge that is globally relevant and accommodating to the view of societal needs and evolving socio-political structures;
Develop mechanisms that foster the productive exchange of individuals and ideas across doctoral programs within and between countries;
Promote opportunities for dialogue and networking among doctoral educators to address issues of shared interest in different regions of the world;
Identify strategies for influencing policies relevant to doctoral education.

Officers and Board of Directors 2015 - 2017

Executive Leadership

Click on the name of any officer or board member whose name appears in purple to learn more about them!


​At-large Board Members


​Student Members


Executive Director

  • Tamar Rodney - ​inden@jhu.edu