Cultural Diversity

A PhD in Nursing Might Be The Best Goal For You

Are you considering furthering your education? Is a PhD a goal of yours? This article will give you good information and some terrific role models. It also encourages you to go for your PhD sooner, rather than later. As our population continues to grow and people live longer, the need …

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Use Informational Interviews To Move Your Career Forward

Maybe you’re not looking for a new job, maybe you are, or maybe you want to learn more and gain helpful insight and tips about your field. Perhaps you’re thinking about changing your specialty and if you are, do you need to go back to school? The best way to …

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What You Need To Know About OFCCP Audits And Trends

We were reading this information about the latest OFCCP rules and regulations and thought it would be useful information for you. One of the key areas has to do with your outreach and recruitment efforts. An OFCCP officer can request documentation that proves you are actively doing everything you can …

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The Benefits of Being a Bilingual Nurse

Being able to read, write, and speak a second language is a highly desired skill in almost every career. However, being a Multilingual or Bilingual Nurse within the healthcare industry has some exceptionally high benefits that make such skilled individuals a prized asset to any team. This is especially true …

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Nurse Association ‘Zero Tolerance’ On Workplace Bullying

This summer, the ANA (American Nurses Association) released a new position statement regarding Incivility, Bullying, and Workplace Violence. It clearly states that “All RNs and employers in all settings, including practice, academia, and research, must collaborate to create a culture of respect that is free of incivility, bullying, and workplace …

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Nursing Specialties and Their Salaries

Many times, Nurses will choose to pursue a career in healthcare so that they will have the chance to spend their days helping others.  There is an added bonus though.  Many of the Nursing Specialties have a career trajectory of solid growth with a Nursing salary that is well above …

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Perceived Economic Barriers to Gaining a Nursing Degree

  By Pat Magrath – DiversityNursing.com The first step toward a college education often starts with the parents and grandparents when a child is born. Many families focus on education as a way to break an economic cycle that has held them back for generations. Seeing their children educated is …

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Cultural Diversity in Nursing Education: Perils, Pitfalls, and Pearls

Hedi Bednarz, MSN, ACNS-BC, CNE, Stephanie Schim, PhD, RN, PHCNS-BC, and Ardith Doorenbos, PhD, RN Increasing diversity in the classroom challenges nursing educators to identify issues that complicate teaching (perils), analyze barriers for themselves and their students (pitfalls), and select new strategies for working with nontraditional students (pearls). This article …

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