SUMMARY

Nursing science can raise clinical standards, influence health policy, inform citizens, improve the health and well-being of the public and possibly transform care (Tilden and Potempa, 2003). With health reform cresting, nurses have an enormous opportunity to influence a new evolving health care system that truly improves the health of our nation. The time for innovation is now.

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