GCU NUR550 Week 8 Discussion Policies for Equitable Population Health Services
Week 8 Discussion
DQ1 Define how translational research plays a role in influencing policy? Provide an example of a local health care policy that has been recently enacted and or is awaiting legislative passage that has been influenced by research.
As an advanced registered nurse, what will your role be in advocating for equitable population health services and policies? Do you anticipate any challenges or barriers to “population advocacy”?
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