Nurse leaders at all levels, from ward to board to international stage, need to be savvy about politics, policy and power. They should be at the top table in every health-related organization, and they should know how to make an impact in these challenging environments. Yet top nurses worldwide have few opportunities to develop their policy leadership competencies. The ICN Global Nursing Leadership Institute is a rare and successful example. For 10 years it has prepared top nurses from round the world to drive policy that improves population health, enhances health care, and advances the profession - a major theme at ICN Congress, Singapore, June 2019. Jane Salvage, programme director, introduced GNLI at a packed session in the main hall, and two alumnae, Jed Montayre (New Zealand) and Michelle Gunn (Australia), described their transformational experiences of it.
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||International Nursing Review|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2019|
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