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Advocacy Resources


Nurses are trusted health care experts. One way for you to affect change in the health care system is to become involved in national advocacy efforts. By speaking out on behalf of women and newborns, you can serve as a valuable source of information for your elected leaders. Below are several resources to help you get started.


AWHONN Endorsed Legislation: Learn more about the bills that AWHONN endorses.

Monitor Key Votes: Interested in knowing how your federal officials voted on key issues. Sign up for AWHONN's weekly email service.

Send an Email: Your Members of Congress want to hear from you. Send an email with a few simple clicks.

Schedule a Meeting: Can't make it to Washington, DC? Consider scheduling a meeting with your legislators close to home. These tips will help you get started.


If you have specific questions or need additional guidance, please contact Kerri Wade at: 202-261-2427 or  

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