Effective nurse-designed interventions provide models for policymakers who are ready and willing to invest in improving lifelong health for society’s most vulnerable or the population as a whole. In order for these successful early childhood programs to reach more people and for society as a whole to benefit, advocates need to show policymakers how strategic short-term investments are yielding long-term cost savings.
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For more than a decade, Charting Nursing’s Future has assembled research and expert opinion to inform readers about policies and best practices that are transforming nursing, health care and public health. Propensity LLC currently produces this series.