“#Nursing is a great profession for men! You have the opportunity to build a rapport that doesn’t necessarily exist in other disciplines,” said Jeffrey Hallman, MSN, RN. Get to know Jeffrey in the June 2012 issue of #NursingNotes.
We treat racism in this country like it's a style that America went through. Like flared legs and lava lamps. Oh, that crazy thing we did. We were hanging black people. We treat it like a fad instead of a disease that eradicates millions of people. ~ Chris Rock Follow this link to find a post that contemplates the persistance of racist violence: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/blog/white-terror-in-the-era-of-covert-racism
Get to know diabetes #nurse educator James Fain, Ph.D., RN, BC-ADM, FAAN, in the June 2015 #NursingNotes issue. https://www.discovernursing.com/nursing-notes/june-2015-get-know-diabetes-nurse-educator-james-fain-phd-rn-bc-adm-faan#.VZ7meflVikp
A native of Palestine, Texas Estelle Massey Osborne was born on 03 May 1901 and was one of 11 children. Her passion for taking care of others led her to the field of nursing and she attended Prairie View State College. Estelle Massey Osborne was the first black nurse in the U.S. to earn a master's degree. In 1945, she became assistant professor at New York University, the university's first black instructor.