A nurse-led research study sheds light on the obstacles minority nursing students face and the resourceful strategies they develop to overcome them
Five accomplished Hispanic nurses who just happen to be guys talk about the special challenges they face, the unique strengths they bring to the table, and why the nursing profession needs to recruit a lot more people like them.
Are minority nurse leaders born or made? At a unique leadership development program in New Jersey, the answer is “both.”
Think you could never become a nurse because there are too many obstacles in your way? Read the inspiring story of a nurse who beat the odds by refusing to give up on herself.
In Los Angeles, a community development organization is partnering with local colleges and hospitals to develop a much-needed resource: more Latino nurses.
Culturally and linguistically competent Hispanic nurses can play a key role in reducing the serious health disparities faced by U.S.-Mexican border populations.
The National Association of Hispanic Nurses marks its first quarter century of advancing the agenda for Hispanic health care needs
Haydee Canovas is a nurse with an exceptional commitment to improving lives in the Hispanic community--and health care is just the beginning.
Meet five Hispanic nurses who are making a difference in improving the quality of health care for migrant farm workers
As one Hispanic nurse’s personal success story shows, serving in the military can help minority nurses overcome socioeconomic barriers, advance their education and develop into leaders.
Meet a courageous, career-changing student who refused to let a seemingly endless series of obstacles derail his dream of becoming a nurse
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