Abstract The purpose of this study was to determine research priorities for home health care nursing. A Delphi study was undertaken to generate and prioritize research topics. The first round consisted of members of the Home Health Nurses Association Research Committee ( n = 27); subsequent rounds also included nurse researchers who had conducted research in home health care ( n = 17). Consensus emerged after three rounds, with the four most important priorities identified as outcomes, health policy, the use of advanced practice nurses, and models of care/best practice. These areas are consistent with the regulatory events in home health care in the last 10 years.