NNCC Advocacy: Championing Nurse-Led Care

Your membership supports our work, nurse-led care, and increases our impact.



Full Practice Authority

Nurse and patient

Advocating for expanded scope of practice for advanced practice registered nurses.

Public Health Nursing

Nurse-Family Partnership family graduation

Expanding funding and support for evidence-based models of nurse-led care.

Housing & Health

Housing and health

Drawing critical connections between housing policy and health outcomes.




Vaccine Education Strategies for the Long Haul

14 April 2023 COVID-19
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Utah Becomes 27th State with Full Practice Authority

20 March 2023 Full Practice Authority
On March 16, Utah Governor Spencer Cox signed Senate Bill 36 into law, making the state the 27th to enact full practice authority for nurse practitioners (NPs). The new law will empower NPs to provid...

Introducing NNCC's Senior Director of Outreach and Advocacy

30 August 2021 Public Health Nursing
The National Nurse-Led Care Consortium (NNCC) recently created four new Senior Director roles to advance our mission to strengthen communities through nurse-led care. I sat down with Shukriyyah Mitch...




Supporting the Nursing Workforce

Empowering nurses to make positive change in the healthcare setting and beyond.

Expanding Access to Healthcare

Leveraging funding, legislation, programming, and regulatory change for better care.

Increasing Equity for Under-Resourced Families

Implementing strategies that address systemic forms of oppression to improve health.

Improving Environmental Health

Improving population health from inside the home, in our communities, to the global climate.

Public Health Vision for Philadelphia

In Philadelphia, our team of public health nurses works closely with a team of lawyers. Our team of nurses and lawyers worked directly with the people we serve in our community to create this public health policy agenda for Philadelphia.