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Saturday, February 09, 2008

Spanish Educator Supports Establishment of an Office of the National Nurse

Pictured: Spanish educator Margaret Graham

Why do we need a National Nurse?
… because nurses, like other professions, need leadership that will set the standard for best practices in healthcare with a patient-centered focus. A National Nurse would give voice to the concerns of our country’s nurses. Today’s nurses are making more decisions and are taking greater responsibility in educating patients on healthy lifestyles and disease prevention. They need a spokesperson on a national level to voice their concerns about our healthcare system and how to improve it to best serve all patients. A National Nurse would advance our country’s nurses in their pursuit of continued competent, compassionate, patient care and provide a network for them to unite on a national level toward a healthier United States of America.

Let your voice count, sign the petition calling for an Office of the National Nurse.

Margaret Graham NBCT-WLOE
Spanish Teacher/Author/CEO
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

Congratulations Meg for being recently recognized in the Washington Post article Medically Speaking Spanish !

The National Nursing Network Organization Team—Saturday, February 09, 2008  

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