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active support of an idea or cause etc.

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Independent NHS Complaints Advocacy Service - statutory provision.
However, an examination of AASL's definition of advocacy requires a deeper and more strategic investment in planning and action to achieve the level of partnership-building that true advocacy suggests.
A paucity of research exists on school counselor advocacy for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) students, and much of it is either anecdotal or absent advocacy (Simons, Kashubeck-West, & Althof, 2014).
The purpose of the program was to build the advocacy capacity of the business community on how to debate regarding implementation of government's economic agenda and how they could be more effective in claiming better policy space.
They have also developed advocacy curriculum for students (Curran, Ned, and Winkleby, 2013).
The SCNA Board of Directors has created the SCNA ADVOCACY FUND to assist in supporting the advocacy work already done by the SCNA on behalf of the profession of nursing.
This may also be referred to as public advocacy if it increases awareness and/or educates others (ID Action Team, 2012).
NYSE: OMC), said it has acquired DDC Advocacy, a Washington, DC-based firm that conducts advocacy campaigns for major corporations, trade associations, business coalitions and nonprofit organizations.
More importantly, this means that the more than 300 children who will be served by the Dakota Children's Advocacy Center in Bismarck this year will gain a Huge advantage in healing after trauma.
Nurses are taught patient advocacy in basic nursing programs.
VITAL advocacy services that give people a voice and control, secure their rights and represent their interests should now be more widely available in Wales thanks to new amendments to the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Bill.
VITAL advocacy services that give people a voice and control; secure their rights and represent their interests; should now be more widely available in Wales thanks to new amendments to the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Bill.
This text for advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and practitioners examines advocacy in the context of the changing social work role and the legal and policy requirements for service user involvement in advocacy.
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