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Accellerated Nursing Degree Program Attacks Nursing Shortage

Clinical nursing instruction will be reduced from five semesters to three at Grand Valley State University's Kirkhof College of Nursing, according to the Grand Rapids Press.

As previously reported there not only is a shortage of nurses but of nursing instructors. Accelerating nursing programs would increase the productivity of each instructor - assuming that this accelerated program teaches as well.


Posted by: Duncan Kinder on Jul 27, 05 | 12:15 am | Profile

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