Taking a seat at the table: an educational model for nursing empowerment.

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Summary of "Taking a seat at the table: an educational model for nursing empowerment."

The human resources for health crisis has generated much debate as to the radical changes necessary to mitigate the risks to universal health coverage. Nurses can make a significant impact on global health, if only they feel empowered to take their seat at the political table.


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Name: International nursing review
ISSN: 1466-7657


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