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Issue   Increasing Diversity in Nursing

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  1. Mentoring for Diversity in the U.S. West

    Nov 14, 2017

    Decades of research shows that mentorship helps grow diverse nurse leaders. Last month, several of the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action’s western-state Action Coalitions attended a three-day training on diversifying the nursing workforce. The gathering was co-hosted more

    Issues: Increasing Diversity in Nursing

  2. National

    Native American Nurses leading a Culture of Health

    Webinar

    Please note new date and time.  Please join us at our next Culture of Health webinar, when we will celebrate and learn more about the National Alaska Native American Indian Nurses Association (NANAINA). NANAINA, an important member of the Future of Nursing:  Campaign for Action Diversity Steering Committee, was founded in 1993 with the mission of uniting more

    Issues: Building Healthier Communities Increasing Diversity in Nursing Location: National

  3. Men: Look to Nursing for Growth, Urges New Organization Head

    Oct 30, 2017

    Nursing remains one of the most essential careers in our health care system and the workforce should reflect the nation’s population. When it comes to gender, it does not, but it should, as Blake Smith, MSN, RN, incoming president of the American Association of Men in Nursing, more

    Issues: Increasing Diversity in Nursing

  4. National

    Meeting of the Minds on Capitol Hill as Council and Coalition Discuss Progress

    Oct 04, 2017

    For a slideshow of the event, see below. For an audio recording of the event, see below:  “To be successful you must have focused intent. Did you hear me? Focused intent.” That was Barbara Nichols, MS, RN, FAAN, speaking of efforts to expand diversity in the more

    Issues: Building Healthier Communities Collecting Workforce Data Improving Access to Care Increasing Diversity in Nursing Promoting Nursing Leadership Transforming Nursing Education Location: National

  5. National

    Men in Nursing and Family Caregivers

    Webinar

    A growing number of men are caring for parents or spouses, and the majority of those millions are the primary family caregiver.   Discussed were the unique needs of male family caregivers led by Jean Accius, PhD, vice president of Independent Living/Long-Term Services and Supports at the AARP Public Policy Institute and Brent MacWilliams, PhD, RN, more

    Issues: Building Healthier Communities Increasing Diversity in Nursing Location: National

  6. National

    Campaign Dashboard Update Shows Continued Growth, Progress

    Aug 07, 2017

    The number of RN-to-BSN program graduates has more than tripled since 2009, showing that registered nurses nationwide are heeding the call to return to school to advance their education. That’s just one positive national nursing trend of many seen in the latest round of updates more

    Issues: Collecting Workforce Data Fostering Interprofessional Collaboration Improving Access to Care Increasing Diversity in Nursing Promoting Nursing Leadership Transforming Nursing Education Location: National

  7. Understanding Unconscious Bias Can Promote Health Equity

    Aug 01, 2017

    This post has been updated with a link to the July 26 webinar. Kupiri Ackerman-Barger is assistant clinical professor and co-director of the Interprofessional Teaching Scholars Program at the University of California, Davis, Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, and an more

    Issues: Increasing Diversity in Nursing

  8. National

    Diversity and Inclusion: Promoting Health Equity by Understanding Unconscious Bias

    Webinar

    What is unconscious bias and how does it influence nurses and others? Learn about the neuroscience behind unconscious bias and how these subtle beliefs and behaviors can have large impacts. Understand how nurses can recognize and handle unconscious bias at the individual, organizational, and institutional level so as to minimize the more

    Issues: Increasing Diversity in Nursing Location: National

 

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