Diversity / Multiculturalism

Multicultural Internet Resources for Pediatric Nurses

From multilingual patient education materials to articles about health conditions that disproportionately affect children of color, information to help you care for today’s culturally diverse families is just a mouse click away

Honoring Diversity

Under the leadership of one of the nation’s most distinguished minority nurses, Sigma Theta Tau International launches a bold initiative to increase the racial, cultural and gender diversity of its membership

Diversity in Action

Armed with a major grant from a private endowment, four North Carolina hospitals have joined forces in an aggressive campaign to recruit more people of color and men into nursing careers.

On the Front Lines of Diversity

A career in health care diversity management can help minority nurses move into leadership roles while fighting for equal opportunity.

Advancing the Dream through Faculty Diversity

Advancing the Dream through Faculty Diversity

The nurses who authored Looking for Black Nurse Leaders: A Call to Action and this article, each reached out to Minority Nurse in search of a place to share their experiences as nurses, as African Americans. From different areas of the country and different professional backgrounds, never knowing one another, they both submitted abstracts that put forth the same beliefs and arguments, grounded in a desire to improve diversity in the workplace as a means to improve the quality of life in the black community

Looking for Black Nurses Leaders: A Call to Action

Looking for Black Nurses Leaders: A Call to Action

The nurses who authored Advancing the Dream through Faculty Diversity and this article, each reached out to Minority Nurse in search of a place to share their experiences as nurses, as African Americans. From different areas of the country and different professional backgrounds, never knowing one another, they both submitted abstracts that put forth the same beliefs and arguments, grounded in a desire to improve diversity in the workplace as a means to improve the quality of life in the black community.

Linguistic Competence and the Law

Linguistic Competence and the Law

How nurses and hospitals that serve limited-English-speaking patients can protect themselves from translation liability

The Indian Health Service Wants You

The Indian Health Service Wants You

Nurses of all races and ethnicities can find rewarding, culturally rich career opportunities helping the IHS fulfill its mission of improving health outcomes for American Indians and Alaska Natives

Standing Up for the Right to Be Ourselves

Standing Up for the Right to Be Ourselves

Gay nurses bring diversity and unique perspectives to the nursing workplace.
So why should they have to play “don’t ask, don’t tell” at work?

Come On In, Make Yourself At Home

Come On In, Make Yourself At Home

A growing number of specialty nursing associations are not only reaching out to attract a more ethnically, culturally and gender-diverse membership but making sure their new minority members feel welcome enough to stay.

Culture and Autism

Culture and Autism

A nurse with an autistic son and a multicultural marriage shares her personal insights on how different cultures have different ways of thinking about and coping with autism in the family

Passing With Flying Colors

When developing multicultural nursing school curricula, don’t overlook the need for culturally sensitive testing

Completing the Circle

America’s unprecedented multiculturalism is creating an urgent need for culturally competent end-of-life care—and for the cultural sensitivity that minority nurses can contribute.

The TAKE PRIDE Campaign

The TAKE PRIDE Campaign

The country is changing, with one-third of the population representing a historical "minority." In this increasingly diverse world, you can confidently say your workplace actively fosters diversity, inclusiveness, and cooperation.

Celebrating National Nurses Week, Celebrating You!

Celebrating National Nurses Week, Celebrating You!

Trust. Without it, our careers and lives lose a solid foundation. Trust is certainly at the forefront of nursing. It's apparent when patients seek medical care in their most vulnerable states, trusting nurses to ease their pain and help them recover.

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