Hispanic nurse organization aims for higher recruitment, retention
NAHN focuses on increasing diversity, decreasing health disparities
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By Linda Childers
With the U.S. Census Bureau predicting a rapid growth in racial/ethnic minority populations by 2060, the need for a diverse nursing workforce has never been greater. By 2060, the Census Bureau says our country’s Hispanic population is expected to more than double to about 119 million, according to reports
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