As one of the fastest growing careers, nursing is changing rapidly and nurses have more options today than ever! And whether weighing the decision to pursue a graduate degree, looking for information on emerging career paths or understanding how to leverage their cultural competency in the workplace, minority nurses have special concerns. From profiling nursing schools that recruit high numbers of minority students to spotlighting the lack of diversity among hospital management, Minority Nurse covers it—from a thorough and unbiased point of view.
Only in Minority Nurse will you find these original columns:
- Degrees of Success—written by nursing school representatives who address a variety of issues related to classroom diversity.
- Cultural Competency—designed to answer your questions about incorporating cultural competence into your nursing practice and resolving cultural conflicts in today’s diverse health care workplace.
- Second Opinion—an outlet for members of the minority nursing community to voice their opinions on a range of controversial topics.
- Paperwork—recent book reviews by senior editor, Pam Chwedyk.
And many others!
Our extensive distribution demands that we stay up to date on the latest developments in nursing. Four times per year more than 40,000 copies are distributed to 1,800 nursing programs and 4,500 of the nation’s largest hospitals and medical centers. In addition, we distribute at the annual conferences of both the National Black Nurses’ Association and the Philippine Nurses Association of America. MN is also distributed at many national and regional nursing and minority health care conferences throughout the year.
In addition to a dedicated staff of professional writers and editors, Minority Nurse benefits from the input of a distinguished Editorial Advisory Board . Representing academia, nursing practice, professional licensure and the minority nursing associations, the minority nurses who comprise the Board make certain that the publication reflects the views and interests of our readers.
Nursing students and professionals of color need information on diversity in the profession—from the classroom to the bedside. Minority Nurse is where they find it!