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Johnson and Kirby 2019 CILMAR Minigrant Presentation

By Kristen F Kirby1, Rebecca Johnson1

Purdue University

This video presents 2019 CILMAR Minigrant winners Drs. Kristen Kirby and Rebecca Johnson's project, Diversity, Inclusion and Equity in Nursing.

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Version 1.0 - published on 20 Mar 2020 Last public release: 3.0

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As part of the HubICL collection of 2019 CILMAR Mini-grant Awardee presentations, Purdue University’s Center for Learning, Mentorship, Assessment and Research is proud to present this video on Purdue faculty members Clinical Associate Professor Dr. Kristen Kirby and Clinical Assistant Professor Rebecca Johnson's CILMAR-funded project, Diversity, Inclusion and Equity in Nursing. In their video, Kirby and Johnson lead us through the development of a study of baseline intercultural mindsets in an academic setting.  They present data from their assessments of faculty, staff and students. Subsequently they explain their data thus far and where the research is going in the future all as part of a two-part coordinated CILMAR minigrant project.

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  • Kirby, K. F., Johnson, R. (2020). Johnson and Kirby 2019 CILMAR Minigrant Presentation.

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