Advocacy: Civic Engagement Among Nurses
Carrie Rewakowski, MS, RN; Maria MacPherson, MPH, RN, New York State Department of Health; Helen Clancy, DNP, SUNY Upstate Medical University
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Civic engagement is a way to advocate for persons and for health-related issues. This study identified the frequencies in which nurses advocate for health-related issues through civic engagement and examined the relationship between being a nurse and civic engagement. Background variables considered included age, education level, and field of practice.
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