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Howard Catton: Changing how the world's policymakers view us will help Nursing Now campaign meet its important aims

There is plenty of hard evidence to back the case for investment in nurses 
Nursing Now

There is plenty of hard evidence to back the case for investment in nurses

The Nursing Now campaign marks a unique moment in nursing history. The launch events in February captured the passion and energy of what nursing is and can be, with the social media tide that swept around the world creating a huge buzz.

The priorities of Nursing Now align very closely with those of the International Council of Nurses (ICN). This is why, along with the World Health Organization (WHO), we are formally collaborating with the campaign.

With the patronage of the Duchess of Cambridge and leadership of former NHS chief executive Lord Nigel Crisp, the campaign has established a powerful platform to advance the nursing profession.

We need to change political

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