UW Schools Hope Programs Avert Nursin...

UW Schools Hope Programs Avert Nursing Shortage

There are 1 comment on the WSAW story from Jan 20, 2014, titled UW Schools Hope Programs Avert Nursing Shortage. In it, WSAW reports that:

Four schools in the University of Wisconsin System are hoping a new grant program will help avert a nursing shortage in coming decades.

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Hannah Gordon

Phoenix, AZ

#1 Jan 20, 2014
Yes UW'S program will probably produce enough faculty to fill the need proportionate to the size of the fictional nursing shortage that will occur. I notice these people are starting to use the year 2035 for the return of the shortage. What happened to 2020 you guys? Oops. You made it up and guess what? Lots of people are noticing now.

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