Nursing - Diverse Health

A Nurse Aims to Heal More Residents of Rural Georgia—But This Time From the State Legislature

by Terrell Jermaine Starr | November 08, 2018
LEARY, Ga.—Joyce Barlow had barely warmed her pew seat at Mt. Zion Baptist Church before havi [...] Read more

Nine SIUE faculty are finalists for March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Awards

by Doug McIlhagga | November 08, 2018
EDWARDSVILLE – Nine Southern Illinois University Edwardsville School of Nursing (SIUE SON [...] Read more
DACA Policy Bans Nursing Student From Taking The NCLEX

DACA Policy Bans Nursing Student From Taking The NCLEX

by Chaunie Brusie | November 05, 2018
You’ve known you wanted to be a nurse for your entire life and you’ve spent the last six ye [...] Read more

Continued Fall in Health Visitors, School and Learning Disabilities Nurses

by Jo Stephenson | November 01, 2018
While overall nurse numbers have increased the figures, published by NHS Digital, show efforts [...] Read more

Latinos And Hispanics Poised To Transform U.S. Health System With $1.7 Trillion Purchasing Power

by Nicole Fisher | November 01, 2018
In recent months, immigration, race and ethnicity have dominated headlines. One reason is becau [...] Read more

N.H. Gov. Plans to Increase Funding for Nursing Education

by ETHAN DeWITT | October 24, 2018
Gov. Chris Sununu will request a $24 million capital investment into the state’s nursing educ [...] Read more
NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Network Expands

NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Network Expands

by NIH | September 24, 2018
Grants to improve and accelerate the diagnosis of rare and undiagnosed conditions were made to [...] Read more
‘Surprise’ Medical Bills Could Be Campaign Issue

‘Surprise’ Medical Bills Could Be Campaign Issue

by Drew Altman | September 24, 2018
There is growing interest in the problem of surprise medical bills in the media and on Capitol [...] Read more