Antoinette Falker
As a black woman, my journey in nursing is probably quite different from the journeys of many of my white peers. One of my earliest memories in nursing school was when a white instructor instructed me and my all-white nursing peers that “when bathing a black person do not be surprised when the water changes color because black people are usually dirty.”
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Robin's Nest President's Column - June 2020

Addressing an Infected Wound: Racism

As nurses, we are all familiar with the need to debride wounds of necrotic and infected tissues so that the health tissue can continue the healing process. This is basic to our nurse training, our practice, and our science.
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Terri Hinkley
2020 has been volatile, uncertain, and chaotic and it is only the beginning of June.
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