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Minority Student Success in Nursing Education


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Minority Student Success in Nursing Education

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Title: Minority Student Success in Nursing Education
Author: Campbell, Marjorie
Subject: nursing education
minority students
Abstract: All minority populations are underrepresented in nursing when compared to the general population. Minority and nontraditional nursing students have lower retention and persistence rates as, well as lower NCLEX-RN® pass rates than white non-Hispanic nursing students. A variety of methods have been used to predict nursing student success and numerous interventions to improve student success have been reported. A review of these strategies reveals the necessity of thoughtful curricular and program approaches to increase the rate of success among nursing students. The Caring Imperative is proposed as a theoretical basis for these approaches.
Date: 2007-10-04
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1928/3314

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