Linda S. Lloyd
Daniel J. O'Shea
|Description:||Health professionals are often confronted with situations that demand change including, for instance, a community's or population's inability to access adequate health care, or the need for a disease-specific prevention program where one does not exist, or a lack of understanding on the part of legislators as to the economic and noneconomic impacts of a particular disease or condition. In each such instance, advocacy may be required to move beyond the status quo. The form that the advocacy efforts take, however, may necessarily depend upon the specific issue at hand and the context in which the situation has arisen|
|Appears in Collections:||Education Planning & Management(EDPM)|
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