Rural minority health

Lessons from My Father

Lessons from My Father

American Indian nurse scientist John Lowe wanted to know why his Cherokee father had managed to avoid the health problems so often found in Indian communities. Today the answer to that question continues to inspire Lowe’s pioneering research on culturally competent solutions to Native American health disparities.

Careers in Rural Minority Health

Careers in Rural Minority Health

From the Mississippi Delta to remote Indian reservations, rural communities of color are among the most medically underserved in the nation--and the need for more nurses is especially acute

My Experience in Belize

An African-American nursing student travels to Central America in search of adventure--and discovers herself.

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

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Rural Minority Health (But Couldn’t Find Information On)

When it comes to accessibility and quality of health care, people of color who live in remote rural areas are one of the most severely underserved populations in America.

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