Associate degree programs in nursing (ADN) are said to provide an important entry point to diversifying the registered nursing field. However, little is known about the current racial/ethnic diversity of these programs, how it has been changing over time, and how it relates the sociodemographics of the overall institution. This study investigates the diversity of ADN programs and its correlates.
Lead Researcher: Selina Mohammed, PhD, MPH, RN
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Funder:HRSA: HWRC Health Equity
|Mohammed SA, Guenther GA, Frogner BK, Skillman SM||Examining the Racial and Ethnic Diversity of Associate Degree in Nursing Programs by Type of Institution in the US, 2012–2018||PUBLICATION||04-15-2021||Article|
|Guenther G, Mohammed S, Frogner BK, Skillman SM||Racial and Ethnic Diversity of Associate’s Degree in Nursing Programs, 2012-2018||PRESENTATION||07-28-2020||Poster|