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Study Compares Discrimination Against U.S. and Foreign Nurses

In the face of restricted budgets and staff shortages, U.S. hospitals are frequently turning to internationally educated nurses, who often face discrimination in their new country. However, little research compares the discrimination against internationally educated nurses (IENs) with their U.S. trained peers. A new study in the Journal of Advanced Nursing finds that discrimination against […]

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Discover Nursing: The Latest Multidisciplinary Content for Nurses & Midwives

In this latest Discover Nursing newsletter, we’re highlighting additional resources – books, journal articles, reference works, and more — for nurses, healthcare professionals, researchers and students to help with their research. Journal Highlights Depression and Cardiovascular Illness – the latest virtual issue from Journal of Clinical Nursing Cardiovascular disease is one of the fastest growing […]

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WORLDviews on Evidence-Based Nursing: Celebrating 10 Years of Research

The leading nursing society that has brought you the Journal of Nursing Scholarship is also bringing you Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing. A quarterly, peer-reviewed, journal and information resource from The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, the journal uniquely bridges knowledge and application taking a global approach in its presentation of research, policy […]

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