political nursing

political nursing

[pəlit′ikəl]
Etymology: Gk, politia, the state, nutrix, nurse
the use of knowledge about power processes and strategies to influence the nature and direction of health care and professional nursing. The constituency of political nursing is patients, both diagnosed and potential, as communities, groups, or individuals.
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Political nursing advocacy is key to achieve intended goals through various activities:
NZNO gives students/tauira the opportunity to analyse current nursing issues and to participate within a political nursing forum in which our voices and ideas can make a positive change.
NNA as the professional and political nursing organizations in Nevada has an admirable history.