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National Nursing Policy for Anguilla

Anguilla Ministry of Health and Social Development Country Resources General Health Policies Anguilla 2013 Policy document education, health promotion, prevention, quality care, service standards

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The Policy provides nursing direction and support for the realization of national and international health goals that strengthen leadership capacity and managerial practices; the development of nursing legislation and the adoption of Standards of Nursing Education for the Commonwealth Caribbean, the implementation and evaluation of the National Standards for Nursing and Midwifery Care and the Standards for Nursing Practice. The policy encompasses broad areas relating to Administration, Education, Service, Legislation, Research, Socio-economic welfare, Professionalism, and Practice.

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