January 2021


Nurse practitioners could help eliminate Mississippi health care deserts

Russ Latino, Guest columnist
Published in the Clarion-Ledger Jan 21, 2021 


DECEMBER 22, 2020

U.S. Ethics Ratings Rise for Medical Workers and Teachers

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- At the end of a year when medical workers have braved exposure to the coronavirus to provide lifesaving care, Americans have become more likely to laud the honesty and ethics of nurses, medical doctors, and pharmacists. Still, nurses remain the undisputed leader, as they have been for nearly two decades.

  • Nurses earn a record 89% very high/high score for their honesty and ethics this year, four percentage points greater than their prior high, last recorded in 2019.