Diversity in Nursing at James Madison University
James Madison University School of Nursing supports The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) 1997 position statement on affirming diversity and equality of opportunity as core values of nursing education and practice. Diversity includes consideration of socioeconomic class, gender, age, religious belief, sexual orientation, and physical disabilities, as well as race and ethnicity. Valuing diversity means acknowledgment and support for different learning styles, ways of interaction, and collaboration with persons from diverse backgrounds and experiences. Nurses who value diversity provide culturally competent care, or care that reflects appreciation for the shared values, beliefs, norms, and practices that guide thinking, decisions, and actions of particular groups of persons.
Barriers to Health for Zabbaleen Women in Mokattem, Egypt
Presented by: Andrea Knopp, Ph.D, M.S.N., M.P.H., FNP-BC
Nursing Cultural Competency when Caring for Hispanic Patients and Families
Presented by: Erika Metzler Sawin RN PhD and Linda Sobel RN PhD
Enhancing Nursing Students' Understanding of Poverty Through Simulation
Public Health Nursing
By: Nena Patterson R.N., Ph.D and Linda J. Hulton, R.N., Ph.D.
Diversity News & Press Releases
- Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Differential Tuition for Nursing Courses
- February 18
Graduate Program Information Session
Burruss Hall - 248
- March 7-11
Spring Break. Classes do not meet.
- May 5-7