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Keith Haring Fellowship Offers LGBTQ Health Care Training

Special Report: Nursing and Pharmacy Schools Nursing and pharmacy students step up to combat COVID-19 and prepare the nation for a healthier tomorrow. A groundbreaking...

The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy’s Medical Cannabis Program is...

Special Report: Nursing and Pharmacy Schools Nursing and pharmacy students step up to combat COVID-19 and prepare the nation for a healthier tomorrow. In fall...

Yale School of Nursing DEI Director Resigns in Protest

Special Report: Nursing and Pharmacy Schools Nursing and pharmacy students step up to combat COVID-19 and prepare the nation for a healthier tomorrow. Raven Rodriguez,...

Expanding Cultural Sensitivity Training Beyond the Curriculum

The publishing conglomerate Pearson PLC recently came under fire when students and faculty discovered that the latest edition of a popular nursing textbook used...

The Nursing Educator Dilemma: Maintaining a Commitment to Diversity Amid a...

The demand for nurses continues to grow in the United States, but nursing schools are not able to admit as many students as they...

Rutgers Nursing School to Expand Spanish Language Study Abroad Program

Rutgers School of Nursing-Camden has received funding to begin work on a program to improve health equity for underserved Latino and immigrant populations by strengthening...

Diversity Inspires University of New Mexico Colleges of Pharmacy and Nursing’s...

New Mexico comprises a burgeoning mix of cultures, with the second largest percentage of Native Americans and the largest percentage of Hispanics of any...

Embracing Diversity in Nursing to Improve Healthcare

Historically, the nursing profession has adapted to meet the ever-changing needs of the communities it serves. The challenge facing healthcare today is the requisite...

Improving Health Equity for Native Populations: A Conversation with Researcher...

With the creation of the Center for Indigenous Nursing Research for Health Equity at Florida State University (FSU), the first research center of its...

Medical University of South Carolina Transforms its Culture Through Accountability

One of the oldest continually operating schools of medicine in the U.S., and the oldest in the Deep South, the Medical University of South...

Healthcare Accrediting Agencies Strive to Align Standards with Sector’s Inherent Diversity

Institutional accreditation is a voluntary, peer-review process that assures the public that an institution provides a quality education. Programmatic accreditation, on the other hand,...

Online Exclusive: Nursing Professionals’ Roundtable

INSIGHT Into Diversity recently spoke with three nursing professionals about various issues within nursing education and practice. They offered insight into the increased demand...

UM-Flint Eases Transition for Veterans from Military to Medical Service

Although rates of homelessness and unemployment among U.S. military veterans have declined significantly in the past decade, in 2014, nearly 50,000 veterans were still...

Nursing Professionals’ Roundtable

INSIGHT Into Diversity recently spoke with three nursing professionals about various issues within nursing education and practice. They offered insight into the increased demand...

Advancing Graduate Nursing Education Through Innovative Programs

As the demand for more nurses with advanced degrees increases, so does enrollment in graduate nursing programs. Because of this, graduate nursing schools are...

Scholarship Program Shows Incremental Improvement in Representation of Men, Minorities in...

When it comes to increasing the proportion of male nurses, leaders in the field say schools of nursing should study the lessons of the...

Cultural Transformation Drives Inclusive Excellence at UC College of Nursing

Recognizing that lasting change can come only from the concerted efforts of a group of people, the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Nursing,...

American Indian Nurse Releases Textbook Focused on Native Health Issues

Native Americans have the highest rates of diabetes, substance abuse, and teen suicide of any group in the U.S., yet there is a dearth...

Dual Admission Partnership Will Ease Transition to Bachelor’s Degree

St. Louis Community College (STLCC) and nearby Webster University signed a dual admission agreement this week that will ease the transition for students at...

An Exceptional Resource for Would-Be Nurses with Disabilities

Stephanie Mejia always wanted to be a nurse. But when she was 11, she had a mini-stroke caused by a brain tumor, which led...