There is increased diversity in gender and race/ethnicity within the nursing workforce, according to a new study.
The National Science Foundation recently issued 27 new grants totaling more than $8 million to promote “diversity and inclusion” in STEM fields.
The problem isn’t new and it isn’t going away by itself. But it is getting more and more attention. Mainly due to the fact that a diverse science and engineering workforce is absolutely critical for innovation, entrepreneurism, and a competitive national economy.
The grand rounds podium is a coveted perch in medicine, a place where clinical leaders showcase their expertise—it’s also one women don’t reach as often as men.
Harvard and MIT economists analyzed data regarding the contribution of physicians from banned countries to the health care workforce in the U.S.
The challenge is figuring out how to get more minorities into the field.
Medical students looking to score high on their board exams sometimes get a bit of uncomfortable advice: Embrace racial stereotypes.