Desired and Received Support for Racial and Ethnic Minority Nursing Faculty
Kumhee Ro, DNP; Mo-Kyung Sin, PhD -- College of Nursing, Seattle University, Seattle, Washington, USA; Joshua D. Villarreal, PharmD, Department of Pharmacy, University of Washington Medical Center/UW School of Pharmacy, Seattle, Washington, USA; Jessie Liu, Interlake High School, Bellevue, Washington, USA
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|Keywords||Disparities in Health Care;
Racial and Ethnic Minority Faculty;
Support in Academia
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