Lessons in media advocacy: a look back at Saskatchewan's nursing education debate.

@article{Leurer2013LessonsIM,
  title={Lessons in media advocacy: a look back at Saskatchewan's nursing education debate.},
  author={Marie Dietrich Leurer},
  journal={Policy, politics & nursing practice},
  year={2013},
  volume={14 2},
  pages={86-96}
}
Nurses are encouraged to exert their influence in the realm of public policy, particularly policies related to the nursing profession, the health care system and the health of their clients. Media advocacy can be used by nursing organizations to mobilize public support on policy issues in order to influence policy makers. This article retrospectively examined the media advocacy efforts of nursing stakeholders in Saskatchewan, Canada in response to a new government policy that would have… CONTINUE READING

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