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Archive for the ‘Nurse’

Daemen College Is The Latest….

March 08, 2007 By: richard.ginn Category: College, Nurse, Uncategorized

college going the dual-admissions route in order to create nurses.

The Flint Journal Reports…

March 07, 2007 By: richard.ginn Category: College, Nurse, Uncategorized

on the nursing shortfall in Michigan. A report from the state says that thousands of students are waiting to get into programs.

One idea was to let the state pay for the nursing degrees. Another controversial solution to fix the problem was to offer bachelor degrees at community colleges. I do not find that idea controversial at all, the main questions to be answered are if the the community colleges have enough classrooms and if they have a good amount of teachers to teach the final two years of the degree.

DuPage County University Has Teamed…

February 16, 2007 By: richard.ginn Category: Nurse, Uncategorized

up with Benedictine University so that students can get a bachelors degree in nursing at a much lower cost.

Budget Problems….

February 05, 2007 By: richard.ginn Category: Nurse, Uncategorized

are a concern in some Minnesota school districts and has caused some school nurse cuts in the past says this Pioneer Press Article. The articled states that the proper amount of nurses for a school is one nurse for every 750 students in a school. They graphic they show certainly does not show school districts meeting that goal.

13 Mount Zion High School Students…

January 25, 2007 By: richard.ginn Category: Nurse, Uncategorized

leave school each week to work for an hour or so at a hospital or clinic in Clayton County. Students in this special class can become a certified nursing assistant if they pass an exam.

The Virginia PTA Wants A….

January 15, 2007 By: richard.ginn Category: Nurse, Uncategorized

school nurse in every single school.  The article states that some schools only have health aids in the school and that the secretary is the one that gives out medication to students on a daily basis.

The Virginia Association of School Nurses would like to see one nurse for every 750 kids in a school, but the state average is 1,457 students per nurse.