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From page 429...
... The committee members all agree that the report should illuminate a path for nursing that, if executed, would substantively address the serious issues of inequities in the nation that are clearly shown to adversely impact health status. Through its extensive exploration of issues and formulation of a set of recommendations that invites broad and deep engagement across multiple stakeholders, the committee believes it has developed a report that substantively addresses issues of inequities associated with health disparities.
From page 430...
... Recommendation 4 states: "All organizations, including state and federal entities and employing organizations, that prevent nurses from practicing to the full extent of their education and training by imposing regulatory barriers; public and private payment limitations; restrictive policies and practices within health care, public health, and other community-based organizations; and other legal, professional, and commercial impediments should remove those barriers so that nurses can fully address social needs and social determinants of health and improve health care access, quality, and value."
From page 431...
... Regarding the lack of sufficient recognition of the value of nursing, the report states that there must be direct public funding for both school nursing and public health. The two chapters that address this need are Chapter 4, "The Role of Nurses in Improving Health Care Access and Quality," and Chapter 5, "The Role of Nurses in Improving Health Equity." The committee also calls for workforce expansion (see Chapter 3)
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