You, the UN, and the sustainable development goals: How Sigma nurses can influence global healthcare
Constance Sobon Sensor, PhD, RN, CTN-A, Rutgers University School of Nursing, Assistant Professor and Director of the School Nurse Program, Newark, New Jersey, USA; Valerie Ann Clary-Muronda, PhD, RNC-OB, Thomas Jefferson University, College of Nursing, Assistant Professor, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA; Pennie Sessler Branden, PhD, CNM, RN, CNE, RN, CNM, Sacred Heart University, College of Nursing, Assistant Professor, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA; Aric Shimek, BSN, RN, CPN, Program Manager - Telehealth, Chicago, Illinois, USA; Dania Al-Itani, BSN, RN, MemorialCare, RN, Long Beach, California, USA; Dawn Fitzgerald, MSN, RN, Columbia University School of Nursing, DNP Candidate, New York, New York, USA
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Nurses are natural healthcare leaders and through Sigma’s special consultative status with the United Nations, YOU have the chance to influence global health policy. Come learn from our UN Liaisons and Youth Representatives about this important work, how to get involved, and how to translate the SDGs into your practice.
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