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Wright, M.G.M.
Caufield, C.
Gray, G.
Olson, J.
Luduena, A.C.
Oblitas, F.Y.M.
Silva, J.H.
David, H.M.S.
Chaves, K.A.P.
Roldan, M.C.B.
Cartana, M.H.F.
Castillo, M.M.A.
Pillon, S.
Galera, S.A.F.
Randuz, V.
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Leadership
Research
Nursing
Capacity-building
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English
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In this article, the authors discuss the value of international health in advancing the nursing profession through the development of strong leadership in the area of drug demand reduction. Paradigms for nursing leadership are briefly reviewed and linked to the development of the “International Nursing Leadership Institutes” organized by the Inter-American Commission for the Control of Drug Abuse (CICAD). The “International Nursing Leadership Institutes” have facilitated the implementation of Phase III of the CICAD Schools of Nursing Project: a) planning and implementing the first “International Research Capacity-Building Program for Nurses to Study the Drug Phenomenon in Latin America”, b) development of Regional and National Strategic Plans for Nursing Professionals in the Area of Demand Reduction in Latin America, and c) preparation of a document that provides guidelines on how to include drug content into undergraduate and graduate nursing curricula. The article also brings reflections directly from several of the participants in the first International Research Capacity-Building Program for Nurses to Study the Drug Phenomenon in the Americas, offered in collaboration with the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. These reflections demonstrate the multiplicity of ways in which this capacity-building program has made it easier for these members of Latin American Schools of Nursing to show leadership in the area of drug demand reduction.
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2005
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doi:10.7939/R3G737648
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Wright, M.G.M., Caufield, C., Gray, G., Olson, J., Luduena, A.C., Oblitas, F.Y.M., Silva, J.H., David, H.M.S., Chavez, K.A.P., Roldan, M.C.B., Cartana, M.H.F., Castillo, M.M.A., Pillon, S., Galera, S.A.F., and Randuz, V. (2005). International nursing leadership related to the drugs phenomenon: a case study of the partnership experience between the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD) and the University of Alberta - Faculty of Nursing. Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem / Latin American Journal of Nursing, 13, 1102-1117.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0104-11692005000800003
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