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    Nursing in Healthcare Partnerships

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    Discuss an example of a healthcare partnership in a community and specifically cite examples that show how nurses, both individually and collectively, influenced the care provided. What obstacles were/are confronted, and what strategies were/are employed in order to effectively overcome them? Relate aspects of HIV/AIDS to this community partnership and its goals, barriers, strategies, and political issues.
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    Healthcare Partnerships
    Discuss an example of a healthcare partnership in a community and specifically cite examples that show how nurses, both individually and collectively, influenced the care provided. What obstacles were/are confronted, and what strategies were/are employed in order to effectively overcome them? Relate aspects of HIV/AIDS to this community partnership and its goals, barriers, strategies, and political issues.
    Have a citation in APA.
    The youth of world are under an assault of the biggest infestation of the disease of HIV. At least half of all those that are becoming infected today are under the age of 25. Only with Partnerships with the government, community, foundations and willing companies can the campaign for better outcomes prevail. A program that has inspired hundreds of youth called dance4life is a four step program that emphasizes inspiration, education, activation and celebration of life (Springfield, 2009). It is important to look at this as a global issue and realize that the effort to reduce the number of new cases of HIV/AIDS in youth is a concerted effort of partnerships with governments, ...

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    A discussion regarding the ability to partner to reduce the incidence of HIV/AIDS exposure.

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