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Sister Mary Philomena (1918–1995): Championing Cultural Competence in Nursing Education

Sister Mary Philomena, born in 1918, is celebrated as a visionary advocate for cultural competence in nursing education. Her lifelong dedication to fostering an inclusive and culturally sensitive approach to healthcare education has had a profound impact on the way nurses engage with diverse patient populations. I. Early Life and Spiritual Journey: Sister Mary Philomena’s[…more]

Mary Eliza Mahoney: Pioneering Nursing and Breaking Barriers

Explore the extraordinary life of Mary Eliza Mahoney, the first African American registered nurse in the United States. Discover her journey, from breaking racial barriers to advocating for diversity and compassionate patient care. Learn how her legacy continues to inspire nurses to embrace inclusivity and excellence in their practice.