Empowering Students and Influencing Policy Change Through Experiential Public Health Advocacy Education.

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Summary of "Empowering Students and Influencing Policy Change Through Experiential Public Health Advocacy Education."

Public health advocacy is central to the work of many health professionals, including nurses. Although deemed to be a core competency for public health practitioners, courses described in the literature often lack a focus on experiential learning, which is an essential component to acquiring public health advocacy skills.


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Name: The Journal of nursing education
ISSN: 1938-2421
Pages: 698-703


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