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active support of an idea or cause etc.

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Wiseguyreports.Com Adds "Advocacy Software -Market Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Of Top Key Player Forecast To 2025" To Its Research Database
Discussions on advocacy and issues affecting nurses as well as health and health care were the topics of the day.
Dr Farouk Jega, country director, Pathfinder International in Nigeria, spoke at a five-day Advance Family Planning (AFP) integrated training on financial policy and resource mobilization for advocacy working groups in Abuja.
A summary of the practice of music advocacy, "Music Advocacy: Moving from Survival to Vision" compiles the research of John L.
All members of the SCNA Board of Directors have also been asked to contribute in addition to all the volunteer time that they provide for advocacy on behalf of the nursing profession.
Accordingly, nurse educators must teach advocacy skills that are useful in a wide range of settings.
Advocacy: Theresa Shields Innovation: Jaimie Klein Altenburg Leadership: Sherry Eidness
There is still a lot of mystery about what constitutes school library advocacy and how librarians can embed advocacy in their everyday practice.
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).
Islamabad -- Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) in collaboration with Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) organized a training program on Public Policy Advocacy to educate the business community on how to make effective policy advocacy on issues of their interest for getting the better attention of the government.
Small Business Administration's Office of Advocacy-also referred to as simply "Advocacy"--was chartered as an independent voice for small business within the federal government.
Targeting students at the bachelor of social work (BSW) and master of social work (MSW) levels, as well as practicing social workers who desire a focused, comprehensive reference on advocacy, Hoefer presents a book that conceives advocacy as a process for problem solving, thus fitting into a generalist model of social work.
Despite the responsibility, literature posits few health educators engage in health advocacy as part of their professional duties (Holtrop, Price, & Boardley, 2000).
Reading about her keynote, one cannot help but be moved and inspired by her courage and her advocacy. Her words highlight a self-transformation borne of her belief in a cause important to her.
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