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Nursing outlook v.65 no.6, 2017년, pp.746 - 752   SCIE SSCI
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Nurses leading change to advance health

Polansky, Patricia (Center to Champion Nursing in America, AARP Public Policy Institute, Washington, DC ) ; Gorski, Mary Sue (Center to Champion Nursing in America, AARP Public Policy Institute, Washington, DC ) ; Green, Alexia (Lubbock, TX ) ; Perez, G. Adriana (School of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA ) ; Wise, Robert P. (Hunterdon Healthcare, Flemington, NJ ) ;
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    Abstract Background The article includes a review of selected past and current leadership initiatives as well as a summary of three leadership meetings convened by The Center to Champion Nursing in America, a partnership of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), AARP and the AARP Foundation. Purpose These “Leadership in Action” meetings were designed to address the Campaign for Action’s (CFA) goal to increase the number of nurse leaders in health- and health care-related boardrooms at the local, state and national levels. Methods RWJF supported key nursing organizations in initial discussions around integrating state and national efforts to get more nurses onto boards leading to a active vibrant coalition making significant progress. Conclusion This article concludes with a call to action encouraging all nurses to consider board service as an essential component of improving health and health care and to do their part to help build a Culture of Health in the United States. Highlights The article includes a review of selected past and current leadership initiatives as well as a summary of three leadership meetings convened by The Center to Champion Nursing in America, a partnership of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), AARP, and the AARP Foundation. These Leadership in Action meetings were designed to address the goal of the Campaign for Action to increase the number of nurse leaders in health- and health care-related boardrooms at the local, state, and national levels. RWJF supported key nursing organizations in initial discussions around integrating state and national efforts to get more nurses onto boards leading to an active vibrant coalition making significant progress. This article concludes with a call to action encouraging all nurses to consider board service as an essential component of improving health and health care and to do their part to help build a Culture of Health in the United States.


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    Leadership .   Nursing .   Campaign for Action .   Nurses on boards.  

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