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Defying Stereotypes as a Nurse Educator and Leader

Male nurse in scrubs talking to a male patient
During his three-decade career as a nurse, Eric J. Williams, DNP, RN, CNE, has often been the first male or African-American to hold his position, including in his current roles as the first male president of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) and the first African-American male faculty member at Santa Monica College in Santa Monica, Calif., where he serves as assistant director, faculty leader and professor of nursing.

We spoke to Dr. Williams about several current NBNA initiatives, his research into levels of cultural competence among nursing students and his unique perspective as a male and minority nurse.

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