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New Data Brief Reveals Characteristics of Uninsured Minority Men

A data brief released by the Office of Minority Health at the US Department of Health and Human Services during Men’s Health Month last June examined the characteristics of uninsured adult males by race and ethnicity, using the most recent data from the 2012 American Community Survey (ACS

Improving Diversity in Graduate Nurse Anesthesia Programs

Racially and ethnically diverse populations have grown in the US. The US Census Bureau finds that approximately 37% of the population is made up of minority groups.

Is Magnet Certification Worth It for Nurses?

Do you work at one of the more than 400 Magnet-recognized hospitals around the world?  It has been said that minority nurses who work at these recognized facilities have the benefit of flourishing in a positive environment with employers who value their skills and career goals.

Come All Ye Faithful: Diversity in Faith Community Nursing

By providing health education and wellness promotion in religious communities of color, minority nurses of all faiths can make a powerful difference in eliminating health disparities.

Achieving Salary and Career Satisfaction

Romeatrius Moss, RN, MSN, APHN-BC, DNP, doesn’t mince words when she advises other nurses about advancing their careers.

2014 Annual Salary Survey

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Depending on where they work and their specialties, nurses can earn a range of salaries.

Racial Disparities of Nursing Educators and Students

Due to the shortage of nurses in the workforce, many nursing schools are making an effort to increase their enrollment of students.

How Mentoring Programs Influence Workforce Diversity

Karen Bankston, PhD, MSN, FACHE, didn’t have management in her career sights when she started as a fledgling emergency room nurse in 1976 at then-Southside Hospital in Youngtown, Ohio.

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