Diversity impact meetings
FNU's Diversity Impact meetings open the door to our students to become global thinkers and healthcare leaders within their communities. The D.I.P meetings include discussions on cultural awareness and inclusion to enhance student's experience to better serve diverse populations with confidence and ease. In efforts to expand awareness on diversity issues FNU maintains an open, safe and inclusive environment for all students.
The monthly meetings offer a unique aspect of shared perspectives that promote cross-cultural learning among students and their peers, along with the overall pursuit of academic success as a student-learner. D.I.P meetings are held once a quarter, except during Academic Breaks and/or Holidays.
Past D.I.P Meetings
Men in Nursing: Rethinking Gender Stereotypes
Reducing Stress & Infant Mortality in African American Women
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Mission Trips: Personal Impact
Demographic Changes: Preparation of Healthcare Providers
Political Impact on Health Equity, Race & Midwifery Access
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Cross-Cultural Safety for Nurses in the Workplace
Nurse Dress Codes: Why Do They Make Me Do That?
Unconscious Bias: Can Health Care Be Cured of Racial Bias (by NPR News)
No Safety, No Health (Part II. by APHA)
The Impact of Racism on Health & Wellness (Part I. by APHA)
Religious Diversity & Healthcare
Customer Service: When Patients Speak their Minds
Health ill-literary: Cultural Language Barriers
LGBT: The Impact of Social Healthcare Stereotypes
Medical Survival Techniques of Ancient Cultures
Effects of Segregation on Healthcare
Race Matters: An Honest Conversation