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.
One of the hot topics in nursing is the need for good nurse leaders. For minority nurses, the topic is especially important.
My career in pre-licensure nursing education started in 1986. As a professor at Capital Community College in Hartford, Connecticut, I have taught and learned much in the last 20-plus years.
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.
We always thought the Diversity in Nurse Anesthesia Mentorship Program was a great initiative, and now it's clear that industry heavyweight Johnson & Johnson thinks so too.
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