How to Combat Bullying and Discrimination in the Geosciences

Bullying and discrimination within the geosciences are widespread and affect the practice of science at individual, institutional, and societal levels, ultimately hampering scientific advancement [Marín-Spiotta et al., 2020]. The majority of the perpetrators creating abusive research environments are supervisors [e.g., Woolston, 2019a, 2019b; Iwasaki, 2020]. Those most affected are early-career scientists from underrepresented groups [Marín-Spiotta, […]

Stereotypes and discrimination contribute to HIV-related stigma among nursing staff

Since the earliest study about nursing faculty and students attitudes and beliefs about caring for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) in the early 1990’s, there have only been 17 additional studies. Knowledge in this area of study is still lacking to fill some gaps in understanding attitudes towards people living with the disease. Primary investigators, […]