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Nurses of Vision: Shaping Their Profession

By Martha McKenzie

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Illustration by Michael Austin

Given the opportunities in health care today, nurses, it would seem, have little time to rest.

There's clinical practice, teaching, research, and administration, and nurses often juggle two or more roles at a time. They also carve out time to lead advisory boards and professional organizations. In doing so, nurses give voice to important changes that are needed to advance practice on behalf of their peers and patients. 

suzanne staebler   deborah watkins   carolyn clevenger   maryjane lewitt   diane padden
 From national to local    Presidential appointee    Leading by example    Removing barriers for patients    Representing NPs at the table

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