Developing a Health Advocacy Campaign Subject: Nursing Order Description For this section of your paper address the following: ¢ Describe your selected population health issue and the population affected by this issue. ¢ Summarize the advocacy programs you researched in this area. ¢ Explain the attributes that made those programs effective. ¢ Develop a plan for a health advocacy campaign that seeks to create a new policy or change an existing policy with regard to the issue and population you selected. Be sure to include in your plan: ¢ A description of the public health issue and proposed policy solution ¢ Specific objectives for the policy you want to be implemented ¢ The means by which you will convey information to various stakeholders on the need for this policy change ¢ Be sure your proposed need is substantiated by data and evidence. ¢ Methods of establishing support for the policy, including how to influence policymakers Explain how the attributes of the effective advocacy programs you researched could be applied to your proposed advocacy campaign. ¢ Explain whether your proposed policy could be enacted through a modification of existing law or regulation or the creation of new legislation/regulation. ¢ Explain how existing laws or regulations could impact your advocacy efforts. ¢ Provide an analysis of the methods you could use to influence legislators or other policymakers to support your policy. In particular, explain how you would use the œthree legs of lobbying in your advocacy efforts. Summarize the obstacles you anticipate arising in the legislative process and how you could overcome these hurdles. READINGS/REFERENCES Milstead, J. A. (2012). Health policy and politics: A nurse’s guide (Laureate Education, Inc., custom ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. Chapter 3, œGovernment Response: Legislation”Politics: Playing the Game (pp. 45“71) (review) This chapter explores the multiple factors that influence the development of public policy through the legislative branch of government. Chapter 9, œPolicy Nurses Advance Policy Agendas in Many Arenas (pp. 179“189) The focus of this chapter is the role of policy nurses within nurse associations and it highlights specific organization that specifically deal with policy nurses and advocacy. Begley, A. (2010). On being a good nurse: Reflections on the past and preparing for the future. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 16(6), 525“532. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. In this article, the author reflects on the qualities of a good nurse in both the past and present. The article presents a 4-point framework that exemplifies the foundational qualities of modern professional ethics and conduct. Davis-Alldritt, L. (2011). Presidential inaugural address: Advocacy, access, and achievement. Journal of School Nursing, 27(4), 249“251. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. This address explicates links between school nursing, school health services, and student success. The author uses personal anecdotes to teach lessons in advocacy, access, and achievement. Deyton, L., Hess, W. J., & Jackonis, M. J. (2008, Winter). War, its aftermath, and U.S. health policy: Toward a comprehensive health program for America’s military personnel, veterans, and their families. Journal of Law, Medicine, & Ethics, 36(4), 677-689. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. Karpf, T., Ferguson, J. T., & Swift, R. (2010). Light still shines in the darkness: Decent care for all. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 28(4), 266“274. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. This article details the challenges of health care crises at the global, national, and local levels. The text proposes a values-based approach to health care that takes into account the voices of the population being served, rather than excluding them. Paquin, S. O. (2011). Social justice advocacy in nursing: What is it? How do we get there? Creative Nursing, 17(2), 63“67. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. This text defines social justice advocacy and contrasts it to the patient-nurse advocacy model. The article also discusses social justice advocacy’s challenges and their potential solutions. International Council of Nurses. (2008). Promoting health: Advocacy guide for health professionals. Retrieved from This web resource documents the efforts of the International Council of Nurses to ensure quality nursing care for all, as well as sound health policies globally through the advancement of nursing knowledge and presence worldwide. Vancouver Coastal Health. (n.d.). Vancouver Coastal Health Population Health: Advocacy guidelines and resources. Retrieved from Health_Advocacy Guideline and Milstead, J. A. (2012). Health policy and politics: A nurse’s guide (Laureate Education, Inc., custom ed.). Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. Chapter 4, œGovernment Regulation: Parallel and Powerful (pp. 73“109) This chapter explains the major concepts of the regulation of health professionals, with emphasis on advanced practice nurses (APN) and the process of licensure and credentialing. ANA’s Foundation of Nursing Package “ (Access this resource on your student portal under Research & Resources) Guide to the Code of Ethics: Interpretation and Application This guide details the history, purpose and theory, application, and case studies of this must-have Code of Ethics. Nursing Social Policy Statement The Nursing Social Policy Statement provides an understanding of the social framework and obligations of the nursing profession. Nursing: Scope & Standards of Practice This book contains several national standards of practice that can be used to inform the decision-making process, development, implementation, and evaluation of several functions and aspects of advanced practice nursing. Gallagher, T. H. (2009). A 62-year-old woman with skin cancer who experienced wrong-site surgery: Review of medical error. JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association, 302(6), 669“677. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. The article showcases the different sides of medical error, from a 62-year-old patient who suffered and the components of the medical error’s impact and aftermath. Reinhardt, U. E. (2010, Jan 30). Repercussions of simplicity. New York Times, p. A14. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases. This article determines that the government should take low-income families into account when determining mandatory health insurance because many Americans choose to go without insurance despite preexisting conditions presumably no longer being an issue. Board on Health Care Services. (2007). Preventing medication errors: Quality Chasm Series. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Retrieved from Part 1, “Understanding the Causes and Costs of Medication Errors” (pp. 43“49) This article discusses the multilayered nature of medication error as a system of failures due to individual behaviors and conditions. enotes.com. (2012). Code of Ethics for Nurses. 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