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Majoring in Minority Health

Not so long ago, topics like minority health disparities and serving the needs of diverse patient populations were rarely taught in nursing classrooms. Today, a growing number of nursing schools are not only incorporating minority health into their curricula, they’re building whole degree programs around it.

Minority Nurse Educators in Cyberspace: A Progress Report

Now entering its third year, an innovative federally funded program designed to increase nursing students’ access to ethnically diverse faculty is a steadily growing success

From RN to CRNA

A severe shortage of nurse anesthetists plus a growing need for culturally and linguistically competent anesthesia care make this advanced practice specialty an ideal career for minority nurses.

Opening Doors

By adding more flexibility, convenience and support services to their programs, nursing schools are taking bold steps to make it easier for minority nurses to go back to school

Ever Upward

An innovative online college offers as unusual solution to the nursing shortage: helping minority medical technicians, LPNs and others move up to RN careers.

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