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Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 4(29), p. 19-34

DOI: 10.12927/cjnl.2016.24986

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Engaging Nursing Voice and Presence During the Federal Election Campaign 2015

Journal article published in 2106 by Nora Whyte, Susan Duncan
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Abstract

During the Canadian federal election in 2015 the authors conducted a systematic inquiry into the methods and messages developed by national nursing organizations to communicate their policy agendas and their strategies for member and public engagement. Throughout the campaign and in the post-election period, the nursing organizations presented an outward-looking view to improve health and healthcare for Canadians.