A fundamental purpose of nursing is the provision of quality and equitable health care to all members, groups, and communities of society. Nursing knowledge and practice must be sufficiently broad in perspective and content to meet the requirements of a diverse, multicultural population. To this end, the University of Washington School of Nursing seeks to attract, admit/hire, and support diverse and racially representative students, staff and faculty members.
Updates and information:
- Diversity, equity and inclusion at the UW School of Nursing
- Diversity strategic plan
- Nursing diversity statement related to gender identity and expression
- School of Nursing’s Center for Antiracism in Nursing
- School of Nursing strategy map
Azita Emami, PhD, MSN, BSN, RN, FAAN
Robert G. and Jean A. Reid Executive Dean
To contact Azita, please contact Dr. Emami’s executive assistant, April McMorris, at email@example.com.