“Answering The Call”By The Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing organization

1.. Review the “Answering the Call” series presented by the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing organization. Based on what you have learned, create a brief summary (less than 100 words) of the process you will use to create your Advocacy Action Plan.

 

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Search the internet and WGU Library for information on building policy advocacy in nursing. Learn more about nursing’s role in policy by visiting the National League for Nursing (NLN), Advocacy & Public Policy site and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), Policy & Advocacy site. Note the toolkits and resources available. Using what you have learned from your research, create a SMART goal for moving your policy brief forward.
Before a policy can be formulated, it must first command attention or it will not be included on the policymakers agenda. After you have identified an issue and created a policy brief, you will need to draw attention to your policy brief so it can be included as an agenda item. This is the first stage in the public policy cycle, which is called agenda-setting. To start the agenda-setting phase, create a list with contact information of your local, state, and federal policymakers (e.g. Legislator, County Commissioner, School Board President, Mayor, Director of Public Health, etc.). For Federal legislators, start with https://www.congress.gov to find your state’s representatives.

 

 

https://nursingcentered.sigmanursing.org/commentary/more-commentary/Vol42_2_influence-through-advocacy-raising-awareness-advancing-change

 

 

 

  •   an advocacy action plan summary (suggested length of 100 words or more) of the process you used to create your advocacy plan
  •   a SMART goal for moving your policy brief forward
  •   a list of local, state, or federal policymakers’ contact information
  •   a screenshot or copy of the inquiry email or letter you sent to learn more about the process for agenda setting
  •   an action plan for informing media and stakeholders, including fivestrategies for informing the media and stakeholders of the importance of your identified policy issue
  •   list of seveninterprofessional team-building techniques
  •   list of fiveinterprofessional stakeholders and a description of how eachstakeholder will contribute to meeting your SMART goal
  •   a team meeting agenda for your first team meeting

 

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