The National Expert Commission, established by the Canadian Nurses Association in May 2011, has released its final report, entitled A Nursing Call to Action: The health of our nation, the future of our health system.
A Nursing Call to Action suggests a fundamental shift in how health and health care is funded, managed and delivered in Canada. Read the report now.
Drawing on extensive consultations, the Commission recommends ways to optimize nursing contributions to the health of Canadians and brings new evidence and nursing perspectives to the current debate about how to most effectively transform our national health-care system.
Responding to the call for better health, better care and better value, the National Expert Commission has framed a 9-Point Action Plan that addresses the evolving health-care needs of Canadians, the challenges of demographic change and the enormous opportunities presented by new technologies, evidence-based practice, collaboration and the caring capacity and expertise of Canada’s nurses.
Learn more about the research, the health-care providers, the innovators and the Canadians who inspired this pivotal report by visiting http://expertcommission.cna-aiic.ca/.
|Report of the National Expert Commission by Maureen McTeer and Marlene Smadu: After a year of consultation, investigations and research, CNA's independent National Expert Commission, "The Health of Our Nation — The Future of our Health System," released its evidence-based solutions for better health, better care, better value and best nursing.|