Group looks ahead to remedy coming nurse shortage
The Cape Girardeau Partnership for Higher Education is in the process of evaluating the need for more health care-related education programs.
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Saint Louis, MO
#1 Aug 31, 2010
It seems very apparent to me that more educational programs are needed in Southeast Missouri. As an alternate in one of the programs, I know that people aren't getting in because of a lack of resources. I scored very high on the pre-entrance exam, although I was just a little too late to "make the cut". The director of a different nursing program informed me that they have a two year waiting list. If the need is there, and the people are available, it seems only obvious to make more room for more classes. Lets keep the flow of college grads going to boost the economy. It could also benefit the schools who would have more tuition costs coming in. Sounds like a win, win to me.
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