Please discuss the four spheres (workplace/workforce, government, associations and interest groups, and community) of political action in nursing. In addition, please develop a brief argument sharing how these spheres are interconnected and overlapping by applying an example from your practice.  What are some ethical considerations here?

I currently work as a bedside nurse in a teaching hospital pursuing a master in nursing education

Please use these readings

Mason, D. J., Gardner, D. B., Outlaw, F. H., & O’Grady, E. T. (Eds). (2016). Policy & politics in nursing and healthcare (7th ed.). 

  • Chapter 1: Frameworks for Action in Policy and Politics
  • Chapter 2: A Historical Perspective on Policy, Politics and Nursing
  • Chapter 3: Advocacy in Nursing and Health Care
  • Chapter 6: A Primer on Political Philosophy
  • Chapter 15: Health Policy, Politics, and Professional Ethics

Gambardella, L.C. (2011). Nursing and politics: Strange bedfellows or compatible partners in practice? Building a passion for political action. Nursing News, 35(2), 13.

Nault, D.S. (2012). Nurses and public policy. The Michigan Nurse, 85(1), 13-20.

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Please discuss the four spheres (workplace/workforce, government, associations and interest groups, and community) of political action in nursing. In addition, please develop a brief argument sharing how these spheres are interconnected and overlapping by applying an example from your practice (I currently work in a teaching hospital as a nurse case manager and pursing a master in nursing education).  What are some ethical considerations here?

 

Readings:

 

Mason, D. J., Gardner, D. B., Outlaw, F. H., & O’Grady, E. T. (Eds). (2016). Policy & politics in nursing and healthcare (7th ed.).  

Chapter 1: Frameworks for Action in Policy and Politics

·    Chapter 2: A Historical Perspective on Policy, Politics and Nursing

·    Chapter 3: Advocacy in Nursing and Health Care

·    Chapter 6: A Primer on Political Philosophy

·    Chapter 15: Health Policy, Politics, and Professional Ethics

 

Gambardella, L.C. (2011). Nursing and politics: Strange bedfellows or compatible partners in practice? Building a passion for political action. Nursing News, 35(2), 13.

Nault, D.S. (2012). Nurses and public policy. The Michigan Nurse, 85(1), 13-20

 

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