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2018 Exceptional Nurse Scholarship Winners!
2018 Exceptional Nurse Scholarship Winners!
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2018 Exceptional Nurse Scholarship Winners!
Nursing students with a wide range of disabilities are increasing in number every year. Disabilities may include hearing loss, low vision, learning disabilities, limb differences, paralysis, mental illness, autism and chronic conditions such as multiple scl...
2018 Exceptional Nurse Scholarship Winners!
2018 Exceptional Nurse Scholarship Winners!
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New York City agrees to pay nurses 20.8 million in discrimination case: Nurses' work now recognized as "physically taxing"!
" N ew York City has agreed to pay $20.8 million to settle federal discrimination charges made by registered nurses and midwives who said their work was not recognized as "physically taxing," the Justice Department said on Wednesday." "The New York State Nu...
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Marie Scott moves forward as a U.S. Embassy nurse after a spinal cord injury
Marie (Bartova) Scott, US Embassy Nurse, Prague "Born and raised in the Prague, Czech Republic ,  I was injured after I qualified as a nurse. At the time of my spinal cord injury (T-12 paraplegia), I was employed by the U.S. government in Prague. The unders...
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Low vision isn't low intelligence: Deven Kelly, a nursing student with diabetic retinopathy perseveres and graduates!
Deven Kelly In 2014, I became a full time nursing student. By the end of
the first semester, I developed a hemorrhage bleed in one of my eyes. I
surprisingly was able to successfully complete my skills course as well as my
clinical rotation with my instruct...
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Brittle bone disease (OI) didn't stop Kristal Nemeroff from becoming a nurse!
Kristal Nemeroff, RN, School Nurse In a NICHD podcast interview for DNA Day, Kristal Nemeroff shared her journey with a genetic condition and being a clinical research participant. She also spoke about her pursuit of a career in nursing. In the interview, s...
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