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Forging Policy: Associate Dean Jermaine Monk and Education After Affirmative Action

Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine

As a result, educational institutions need to find new methods to achieve their goal of matriculating a student body that reflects the diversity of the real world. But… The post Forging Policy: Associate Dean Jermaine Monk and Education After Affirmative Action appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine.

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Educating About Health Equity

Minority Nurse

Educator Jessica Alicea-Planas, PhD, MPH, RN, of the Egan School of Nursing and Health Studies at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut, echoes that sentiment, defining health equity as “ensuring that everyone has an opportunity to live whatever they feel their healthiest life should be.”

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Student Veterans Advancing Their Nursing Education

Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine

Chavez Active-Duty US Army, Nurse Corps and PhD Student I am an active-duty… The post Student Veterans Advancing Their Nursing Education appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. Today, we recognize several student veterans and hear why they decided to pursue a degree in nursing. Captain Celeste A.

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7 Benefits of Continuing Nursing Education

NurseBuff

Continuing nursing education is vital for nurses to keep their skills sharp and stay up to date with the latest in health care. This ongoing learning can lead to better patient care and can also open doors for more job opportunities and higher positions […] The post 7 Benefits of Continuing Nursing Education appeared first on NurseBuff.

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Maximizing Your Benefits Strategy: Reframing the Way We View Fertility

Speaker: Lizzie Wright - Director of Customer Success at Carrot Fertility

Before educating employees, we first need to understand the rising healthcare costs and the financial burden of fertility care. Employee expectations around benefits and workplace support have evolved in step with the growing need for fertility and family-forming care. That’s why we surveyed 5,000 people across the U.S.,

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North Carolina Nurse Educator Finds Right Fit in DNP Educational Leadership Program

Post University

I knew I needed more education to be an effective leader,” she says. My schedule allowed me to continue my education, so I completed the Master of Science in Nursing online at the same university where I’d completed the BSN,” she says. “I She added the nursing education emphasis to her MSN and finished the program in 2014.

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Nursing Education: Pipeline to the Future

Minority Nurse

In that regard, nursing education is a pipeline to the future. Overall, 844 colleges and universities offer a BSN education, and many turned away thousands of qualified candidates due to a lack of clinical training sites and faculty. The post Nursing Education: Pipeline to the Future first appeared on Minority Nurse.