Archive for the ‘Diversity’ Category

Slavery and the Journal — Reckoning with History and Complicity

Check out this fascinating article about and published in The New England Journal of Medicine. As we all strive to reconcile and evolve from our collective past,

Why DeSantis’ War on Woke Won’t Win

In April 2022 Gov. DeSantis signed legislation that aims to regulate how schools and businesses address race and gender. The law, which has become known as the

List of Editorials on Race and Racism in Nursing Journals

Editorials published on “Race” & “Racism” in Nursing Journals is provided by our colleagues from the International Academy of Nurse Editors (INANE). Thank

LGBTQ+ Nursing and Healthcare Organizations

LGBTQ+ Nursing and Healthcare Organizations to Join or Support is a website/blog from NurseJournal. A list of organizations and opportunities is provide by Gayle

Overdue Reckoning on Racism in Nursing – Register Here!

This series of meetings may be one of the most understated but most significant opportunities. Check it out HERE

Have Apologies Made a Difference?

After this year's DNP national conference - virtual - we had the privilege of many presentations addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion in nursing practice.

Apologies for Slavery

When considering Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, we cannot move forward without learning from the past as we look to the future. Think of how the people of Germany

Structural Racism in Peer Reviewed Publications

Is racism an inherent element of peer-reviewed journals? Some are addressing this issue head-on. As clinicians that apply peer-reviewed findings to practice, we may

The Supreme Court’s Ruling Against Affirmative Action: Where do we go from here?

This ruling impacts universities, but also practice, and society's expectations of equity as we evolve into a more complex and diverse community. Several articles are

Articles on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

A listing of articles addressing DEI by nursing scholars.