Nurse practitioner Whitney Fear is continuing to fight for health equity in her community a year after the "Who Cares" film premiered.
One Year Later: Whitney Fear Looks Back After Premiere of “Who Cares: A Nurse’s Fight for Equity”
Healthcare workers can do something about human trafficking — if they’re enabled with awareness and the resources to help victims.
Hiding in Plain Sight: How Nurses Can Stop Human Trafficking
Take advantage of these deals for healthcare workers. You deserve it, SHIFTERs!
Discounts, Freebies and Specials for Nurses | 2022 Update
The Pine Ridge Reservation is evidence of how social determinants and systemic issues like racism led to our nation’s health inequities.
What Led to Health Disparities for Native Americans on the Pine Ridge Reservation — and What Can Nurses Do About Them?
How more than two years of fighting the coronavirus has led to a mass exodus from nursing.
How Burnout Impacts Nursing: Before, During and After COVID-19
In North Dakota, the mental health crisis is compounded by limited access to care — especially for Native Americans.
‘A Mental Health Care Desert’: Disparities in North Dakota’s Mental Health Resources
Social determinants play an important role in a patient’s experience with addiction. Here's how one North Dakota nurse makes a difference.
How Nurses Can Treat Substance Use With Trauma-Informed Care
Nursing student, visual artist and health advocate Eduardo V. examines how culture can improve health for immigrant LGBTQIA+ communities.