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Advances in Nursing Science:
Communities and Systems

Nursing Participation in Health Care Reform Efforts of 1993 to 1994: Advocating for the National Community

Rubotzky, Alicebelle Maxson RN, CS, PhD

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Abstract

This report of a postmodern feminist oral history tells a contemporary story of the success of nursing in overcoming the impediments of tradition, organizing and acting as an identifiable group, and speaking out with clarity as advocates for the health of American society. This was an important historical, transitional, and celebratory time for nursing. Continuing advocacy for health care for all Americans requires developing expertise in both traditional and feminist leadership, understanding how political theories and history affect policy development, and active participation in American democracy. Future actions require incorporation of lessons from the recent past.

© 2000 Aspen Publishers, Inc.

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