Engaging with politics, policy, & policymaking: Opportunities and challenges for Sigma members worldwide
Enrique Castro-Sánchez, RGN, PhD, MPH, BSc, DipTropNurs, PgDip, PgCent, DLSHTM, FHEA, FEANS; Roya Haghiri-Vijeh, PhD, MN, BN, RN; Brooke Newman, DNP, RN-BC; Michael J. Polacek, DNP, RN, PMH-BC, NPD-BB
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The webinar will explore the interests and skills of nurses in political decision-making and discuss opportunities to increase the minimal involvement of nurses in legislative policymaking and how to best foster more nurse engagement as policymakers, political stakeholders, and activists. The panel aims to dialogue with participants, providing education regarding the next steps and implications for practice improvement(s).
1. Apply translation of research to nursing practices
2. Synthesize American Association of College of Nursing Essentials: Advocacy
3. Evaluate the World Health Organization's State of the World Report (2020) related to nurses' policy participation
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