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is to convene alliances and develop programs around clinical, and policy measures to improve the quality of life for underserved, underprivileged, and underrepresented at-risk populations. We achieve our mission through education, research, and policy implications as these programs highlight the impact of the nursing shortage and leadership in the United States and its territories.

The National Black Nurses Foundation, Inc. (NBNF) is engaged in activities that include health literacy, health authority models to increase access to care, nurse leadership development, reforming healthcare workforce regulations and the decrease of chronic diseases and related risk factors in underserved, underrepresented and at risk populations.

The Foundation undertakes the responsibility of improving the state of nurses, particularly African-American nurses through cooperative relationship with other similar international nursing, community, faith-based, professional and consumer organizations across ethnic nurse populations.


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