learning more about the policies you were advocating for change.

learning more about the policies you were advocating for change.

learning more about the policies you were advocating for change.

Which organization are you actively involved in? I am interested in learning more about the policies you were advocating for change. Slow and steady wins the race- the baby steps are essential and help keep one from feeling overwhelmed.

[maybe for the answer You can use: I did collaborative work with the Florida state nurses coalition, which is a nonprofit nursing organization approved by the government to advocate for nursing rights. I participated in collecting sings, in writing to the senators and governor, to raise the salary of nurses and nurses assistant personal, the nursing shortage, also advocating to diminish the rate of patients for nurses, and the availability of proper personal protective equipment to avoid cross-infection.] or whatever you find more pertinent.

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