Diversity

A Sense of Belonging

School of Nursing Division Committee of Community and Diversity

The Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing DCCD is one of nine DCCDs at Emory that work with the Office of the Provost’s Advisory Council on Community and Diversity to implement continuous improvement (collect/assess data, establish specific goals and actions, and monitor progress towards goals) for increasing access, equity, and inclusion across Emory University.

Lillian Carter Center for Global Health & Social Responsibility

Lillian Carter Center for Global Health & Social Responsibility (LCC): The LCC serves as the focal point for the School's global and community engagement programs that focus on vulnerable populations. Our students and faculty provide compassionate care to patients from all walks of life: youth, elderly, refugees, farmworkers, the homeless, and the uninsured. Some of the LCC’s signature programs include Atlanta-based service and learning projects, the Moultrie Farmworker Family Health Program, Alternative Winter/Spring Break Programs, Complex Humanitarian Emergencies Program, and others. The LCC also supports global health research projects for faculty and students.

Emory Multicultural Student Nurse #emory-international-student-nurse-association

EMSNA works to strengthen the role and presence of multicultural nursing students at the School of Nursing. Its specific purpose is to celebrate, support, and represent the unique needs of students from diverse backgrounds through fostering personal, academic, and professional development.

Georgia Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic nurses

The National Association of Hispanic Nurses provides the voice for nearly 2000 member nurses across the United States. NAHN is devoted to promoting safe, quality health care delivery to Hispanic communities and individuals.

Founded in 1976, NAHN is an active and vocal advocate for licensed Hispanic nurses, advocating for policy changes and offering unique perspectives related to Hispanic health care needs. NAHN works to identify barriers to implementing and delivering health services to Hispanic consumers and recommends appropriate solutions to local, state and federal agencies.

NAHN is also committed to representing in voice and action the number of licensed Hispanic nurses in the United States and promotes the recruitment and retention of Hispanic students in nursing education programs to increase the number of bilingual and bicultural nurses to provide culturally sensitive nursing 

Emory International Student Nurse Association

EISNA works to provide students with further opportunities to directly interact with – and address the health needs of –the international community in Atlanta and beyond through service learning projects, overseas study, and other cross-cultural educational opportunities.

The Dean’s Executive Student Council

The Dean's Executive Student Council (DESC), as a group of nursing students under the guidance of the Dean, will work to ensure Emory Nursing lives up to its mission, vision, and values. The DESC will represent the student voice while working as a bridge between the student body and nursing administration, faculty, and staff. In collaboration with all interested parties, the DESC will find and implement ways to bolster efforts of inclusion and diversity at the school; moreover, the council will build Emory Nursing's connections to the wider university, other top-tier nursing schools, and healthcare advocacy at both the local and national level.

Nursing School Curriculum

BSN, ABSN, AMSN, MSN, DNP, and PhD Explicitly weave concepts of diversity, cultural sensitivity, and social action throughout their respective programs of study.

Emory Chapter of the American Assembly for Men in Nursing

The mission of the AAMN is to shape the practice, education, research, and leadership for men in nursing and advance men’s health, specifically providing a framework for nurses to influence factors that affect men as nurses. Additional information can be found at aamn.org.

Additional Resources

Books

  • American Islamophobia: Understanding the Roots and Rise of Fear – Khaled Beydoun
  • Antisemitism – Deborah Lipstadt
  • Biased – Jennifer Eberhardt
  • Between the World and Me - Ta-Nehisi Coates
  • Blind Spot: Hidden Biases of Good People – Banaji/Greenwald
  • Dear White America – Tim Weiss
  • Diversity and Inclusion in Quality Patient Care: Your Story/Our Story – A Case-Based Compendium - Martin, Heron, Moreno-Walton, Strickland
  • How to be an Antiracist - Ibram X. Kendi
  • Inclusive Leadership – Sweeney/Bothwick
  • Just Mercy – Bryan Stevenson
  • Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation – Derald Sue Wing
  • No Pity: People with Disabilities Forging a New Civil Rights Movement - Joseph Shapiro
  • Notes of a Native Son – James Baldwin
  • So You Want to Talk About Race - Ijeoma Oluo
  • Stamped From the Beginning – Ibram X. Kendi
  • Strategic Diversity Leadership – Damon Williams
  • The Fire Next Time – James Baldwin
  • The Latino Threat – Leo Chavez
  • The New Jim Crow – Michelle Alexander
  • Whistling Vivaldi – Claude Steele
  • White Fragility- Robin Diangelo
  • White Rage – Carol Anderson

Articles, Essays and Podcasts

Webinars and Videos

Professional Development

Linkedin Learning

  • Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging
  • Be an Ally
  • Become an Inclusive Leader
  • Managing a Diverse Team
  • Skills for Inclusive Conversation

Emory University Continuing Education

  • Dealing with Difficult People
  • Strategic Communication in the Workplace

Emory University Learning & Organizational Development

  • Crucial Conversations
  • Crucial Accountability
  • The Change Cycle
  • Navigating Beyond Conflict
  • Strategies for Influencing Others

University Partners

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