Ten years ago, Bay Area pediatric nurse Christine Yee began competing in the ancient Chinese sport of dragon boat racing. Now she’s teaching it to at-risk teens to help them lead healthier lives.
From small beginnings in the 1990s, the Asian American/Pacific Islander Nurses Association (AAPINA) has become a strong, growing and persuasive presence in the nursing profession.
Although Asian women are at particularly high risk, all minority nurses should take precautions against osteoporosis
After years of viewing them as a single homogenous group, the health care profession is finally taking a look at the differences between the various Asian American/Pacific Islander populations
Each patient, no matter what his or her heritage, will interpret and use cultural norms in slightly different ways; nurses treating those from Southeast Asian countries experience—and should familiarize themselves—with these cultural nuances.
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