How Minority Students Can Overcome Challenges

Find Jobs  As a minority nurse, I know that challenges are a part of everyday life. However, the question for the student nurse is; will you overcome them or allow your problems to defeat you? Strive to come out victorious and thrive in your career because for every problem; there is... Click here to continue.

Black History Month -Recognizing Dr Maya Angelou

    Black History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans, and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. Since 1976, America has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month.   This year, we want to recognize Dr. Maya Angelou Dr.... Click here to continue.

Coping With Post Election Anxiety

Today, my favorite twitter hashtag is # TGIO. I don’t follow what people post, but I like what it stands for; “Thank God it’s over!”   The elections this year were very different. It’s because they touched on our values as human beings. The question we are all left asking... Click here to continue.

Nurse Carolyn Answers your Questions

  Last Month, Nurse Carolyn shared her story about her struggle with a sudden disability. In this post, she will answer questions that many people including nurses ask when faced with a disability. What organizations help amputees return to work? AMPUTEE COALITION OF AMERICA The Amputee Coalition of America (ACA)... Click here to continue.

Celebrating African American Nurses

                                    February is Black History Month, also referred to as National African-American History Month. It is a time to recognize the achievements of African-Americans in US History. This year, I want us to... Click here to continue.