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Can Nurse Practitioners Help Ease the Growing Physician Shortage?

One in particular that you may be seeing more often is the nurse practitioner, who isn’t a doctor but can help patients with some of the same issues and concerns that a primary care physician looks af... read more

How the Critical Shortage of Sexual Assault Nurses Harms Survivors Across the US

Jen Pierce-Weeks, the interim CEO and education director for the International ... lot of us had was that we're not really seeing a lot of cases. Cases aren't being prosecuted—they're being plead out, ... read more

Students drawn to “top-notch” traditional nursing program

“They want us to be prepared for the real world.” Sullivan became interested in nursing in high school. Her grandmother was sick and she was inspired by the nurses taking care ... director of the Offi... read more

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UND tries to address nursing shortage with well-educated graduates

and with that there's a shortage of faculty, which doesn't help us produce more nurses," she said. Working together While there is collaboration between the two entities for some health sciences educa... read more


Int'l shortage sees Chinese nurses in high demand

Su Juan, 28, is one of the 25 nurses currently learning German language and culture at the Shandong International ... able to solve the nursing shortage alone, the United States is spending millions o... read more

International education benefits us all

From opportunities for our U.S. students to study abroad to welcoming students, scholars, faculty and partners from all over the world, international education benefits all of us ... Nursing, which to... read more

Immigrant Nurses: Filling the Next U.S. Shortage

However, the ANA suggests that a focused effort to increase the U.S. nurse population, enhance nursing education and maintain a steady supply of newly licensed graduates, with hospital and health empl... read more

More Nurses—STAT! Faculty Shortage Puts Nursing Field in Critical Condition

As a wave—really a tsunami—of baby boomers retire and age, the nation faces an unprecedented shortage of nearly 1 million nurses by 2030 ... and scholarship programs to help students cover the costs o... read more

Research fellowships launched to encourage more Emirati nurses

Managers hope that by offering the scheme, more candidates will join the industry and help change perceptions of the kind of work nurses ... nursing field.” Five nursing students will be offered a two ... read more

Nursing faces critical job shortage

Through 2020, North Dakota will have 4,430 registered nurse openings, according to a recent report from Georgetown University Center on Education ... nursing shortage and said she thinks hiring more i... read more

Sigma Theta Tau International announces 2018 nursing research grant…

Results of this study will contribute data and knowledge so nurses can use motivational interviewing to help patients ... in undergraduate nursing programs. The study may also provide meaningful learn... read more

Rutland Regional tackles nursing shortage

On one hand, a lack of nurses – and a resulting reliance on expensive temporary help ... “For us, for every traveler we pay, we could employ a little more than two of our own employees,” Fox said. A s... read more



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