The key to recruiting and retaining minority students in nursing doctoral programs is providing the cultural, academic and financial support they need to succeed
An innovative program in Michigan is helping to make sure minority students have the skills they need to succeed in nursing school--before they even graduate from high school.
Sullivan Commission tours the country to study and promote diversity in the health care workforce
As America’s population continues to diversify and the RN work force continues to age, innovative programs are reaching out to the next generation of minority nurses
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
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