Racist comments from patients can hurt. Why do so many health care workplaces expect nurses of color to accept such abuse as “just part of the job?”
A nurse-led research study sheds light on the obstacles minority nursing students face and the resourceful strategies they develop to overcome them
Are We Scapegoating Foreign-Educated Nurses?
Reviews of Transforming Nursing Education: The Culturally Inclusive Environment; Susan Dandridge Bosher, PhD, MA, and Margaret Dexheimer Pharris, PhD, RN, MPH, FAAN (Editors) and Real Nurses and Others: Racism in Nursing by Tania Das Gupta, PhD
One nurse recounts her years in the field, climbing the professional ladder while watching the sociopolitical climate of the United States change around her—for better or worse.
Have you ever been passed over for a promotion because of your race or ethnicity, even though you met all other qualifications for the job?
Ebola: Knowledge is Power
Nurses Must Protect Themselves from Ebola
Ebola Prevention - Learning from Other Countries
Is Your Hospital Ready for Ebola?
Preventing Ebola Infection in Nurses - CDC Guidelines
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