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Strive for Diversity in Nursing
“This does not assume that every African American has issues with transportation and finances, but for when that’s real, where are these clinics?”
- Katie Boston-Leary, RN
Racial disparities still exist
Understanding the black community's healthcare issues is integral to eliminating disparities.
Caring for Indigenous populations
American Indians and Alaska Natives have special healthcare needs.
“The American Indian and Alaska Native people have long experienced lower health status when compared with other Americans.”
- Francis Frazier, MSN
Prep your cultural competence action plan
Learn how to define cultural competence, identify barriers that inhibit it and more in this free CE module.
Having cultural competence means having an awareness and appreciation of the influence that culture and other social factors have on behavior.
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Hope. Care. Cure.
At Seattle Children's, we are committed to a workforce that reflects the communities we serve. We welcome diverse experiences, backgrounds and thoughts and are proud to sponsor this edition.
Discover how a diverse nursing workforce can boost culturally competent care
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