REINFORCEMENTS ARE MOVING HEAD-ON EVEN IN THE MIDDLE OF NURSING CRISIS
Certain events on selected areas in the US, big or small, clearly pictures a positive outlook even at the midst of the rising nursing shortage.
In Mount Vernon High School (New York), eight students became certified nursing assistants after completing the state certified course.
The course is part of the high school's Career and Technical Education program, regulated by the health department and state Education Department.
Below are the names of the students who are certified this year:
- Sh'nya Banton
- Kimaya Hamilton
- Devonte Hyatt
- Marieme Ly
- Kayla Riley
- Jahmeela Russell
- Dionna Watson
- Amanii Williams
While in Quincy, Illinois, registrations are now being accepted for the widely renowned, "Explore Nursing" camps spearheaded by Blessing-Rieman College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and it’s absolutely free.
Students aged 15-17, who are eager to learn more about career in nursing are invited to sign-up for either the June 12 or June 29 session and there are 10 openings for each session.
During the event, students can have a job shadow experience and will work along with a registered nurse in addition to undergoing simulated patient scenarios and meeting current students.
Student enthusiasts must apply to attend by visiting www.BeANurse.net, or call 1-800-877-9140, ext. 6905.
Erudite Nursing Institute™, appreciates the on-going developments and amazing efforts done by educational institutions, to deeply immerse the youth and nursing aspirants in the nursing career.
It is quite meaningful for the institute together with other established organizations in nursing that we are not alone in this battle.
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