Connect. Collaborate. Catalyze. Health policy, political presence, and nursing…essential skills to positively impact healthcare
Carol Ann Amann, PhD, RN-BC, CDP, FNGNA, Villa Maria School of Nursing, Gannon University, Erie, Pennsylvania, USA
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Nurses are in a pivotal position to advocate for health policy by addressing critical issues that jeopardize our health care system and professional practice. Participants will recognize that health policy education, mentoring, experience, collaboration, and leadership skills are essential components to improve participation in the political and health policy realm.
45th Biennial Convention 2019 Theme: Connect. Collaborate. Catalyze.
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Exploration of the impact undergraduate health policy education had on nurses' political astuteness and involvement Amann, Carol Ann (2017-07-06)A common barrier to political or health policy involvement is related to the lack knowledge and preparation of nurses to become involved in health policy and politics. Political competence and mentoring is considered a ...
Teaching across the curriculum: Nursing collaboration positively impacting youth and legislation Amann, Carol Ann; Lund, MelissaNurses are entrusted to improve the health of our community. Through collaboration across the curriculum, faculty and students addressed the vaping epidemic by providing education, focused interventions, gaining legislative ...
Undergraduate health policy education: Impacting the future of nursing Amann, Carol Ann (2017-09-18)Research examined registered nurses political astuteness and involvement following an undergraduate course in health policy. Results indicated that health policy preparation was a valued component of their curriculum. ...
Connect…Collaborate…Catalyze: Enhancing older adult nutrition from theory to practice Amann, Carol AnnMalnutrition, food insecurity, and health literacy is concerning within the older adult community and a barrier for healthful living. Novel approaches along with basic nutritional education must be entertained to improve ...
Multidisciplinary care: Using a simple approach to promote team-based learning and patient safety Amann, Carol Ann; O'Toole-Baker, Valerie (2018-03-23)For years health professional education, inclusive of nursing, has occurred in silos throughout their program of study. This approach is no longer applicable to current workforce expectations. Participants will learn the ...