Submitted by Jebra Turner on Mon, 2013-09-30 19:43
Leadership is a passion and a duty for Arilma St.Clair RN, MSN, the National Association of Hispanic Nurses District of Columbia (NAHNDC) Chapter President, and Occupational Health Nurse and Wellness Coordinator at Organizat
Submitted by Robin Farmer on Wed, 2013-09-25 13:05
Whether to fulfill a lifelong dream or to secure a dream job, you have decided to return to nursing school as a middle-age student. Congratulations! Many other nurses in their 40s, 50s and even 60s are enrolled or planning to head back to classrooms, too.
Submitted by Jebra Turner on Tue, 2013-09-24 01:47
Welcome to this annual national celebration – currently in full-swing – commemorating the achievements, culture, and history of the largest minority group in the U.S. Latino Americans have contributed greatly, over the course of the past 500 years, to making this a truly diverse nation.
Submitted by Julia Quinn-Szcesuil on Mon, 2013-09-23 20:48
What do you say when someone turns to you and says, “What do you do?” Is your quick, standard answer, “I am a nurse”? If so, you might want to practice an elevator pitch – a quick, precise summary of what you do and why you do it so well.
Submitted by Minority Nurse Staff on Mon, 2013-09-23 14:56
Go Red™ Multicultural Scholarship continues Macy’s ongoing support of the Go Red For Women movement. The fund — now in its third year — provides $2,500 scholarships for multicultural women pursuing college or graduate school degrees in health care fields.
Submitted by Julia Quinn-Szcesuil on Thu, 2013-09-12 12:19
With nearly two decades of nursing under his belt and as the current president of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses, Jose Alejandro now laughs when he recalls his first thoughts about being a nurse.
Submitted by Jebra Turner on Wed, 2013-09-11 01:14
Inspired by National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15) and a week of 90 degree temps, I whipped up my favorite no-cook supper, Gazpacho. Why not give this sophisticated summer soup a whirl?
Submitted by Julia Quinn-Szcesuil on Wed, 2013-09-04 09:41
When Ngoc Tram Duong Nguyen left her native Vietnam and came to the United States in 2008 to study nursing, she faced many challenges inherent in moving to a new country. She spoke no English and had to learn the language.
Submitted by Robin Farmer on Thu, 2013-08-29 22:07
As a nurse, you spend a third of your life on the job. Shouldn’t you feel fulfilled? If you constantly struggle to find meaning in your career or value as an employee, listen to that voice in your head.