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Apr
14

How Proper Nursing And Medical Care Can Cure Coronavirus Patients

The current outbreak of Corona Virus or the SARS-CoV-2 is the reason for the death of many across the US and throughout the globe. Originating from a cause completely unknown to humans, this particular virus first showed its symptoms in the Wuhan city of Hubei province in China. The World Health Organisation or WHO has […]

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Apr
13

The Impact Of COVID-19 On Global Economy

The outbreak of COVID-19 is a human tragedy in itself and it does have some serious impacts on the global economy. A detailed analysis of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs stated that the coronavirus pandemic is creating a big discomfort in the global supply chains and all types of national and […]

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Oct
31

SOUTH CAROLINA PROJECTED TO EXPERIENCE NURSING SHORTAGE BY 2030

Nursing shortage is still a huge problem in the US, and it has come to effect in South Carolina. As stated in a recent report published by registerednursing.org, though South Carolina is predicted to increase its nursing workforce more than any other state, the growth can never suffice to keep up with the demand for […]

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Oct
05

ALABAMA’S NURSING SHORTAGE ISSUE

For the past years, nursing shortage has been much evident across US affecting the healthcare industry directly baffling health leaders. Alabama for instance, is one of the few states experiencing the issue. “Nurses are the heartbeat of healthcare,” said Alabama State Nurses Association Annual Convention Executive Director John Ziegler in article. “They’re the largest workforce […]

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Sep
26

NEWLY EXPANDED SIMULATION LAB HELPS TEXAN NURSING STUDENTS ENHANCE THEIR CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

Simulation centers in nursing educational institutions are of great help for nursing students to improve their learning in clinical, real-life settings. In Texas, Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing has doubled the size of its simulation center. The Louise Herrington School of Nursing Simulation Center, (LHSON Sim Center) enables students to gain invaluable hands-on […]

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Jul
24

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN INDIANA’S FOUR YEAR GRANT TO TRAIN STUDENT NURSES IN PRIMARY CARE ROLES

The University of Southern Indiana initiate partnerships with rural hospitals in its region to train student nurses in primary care roles and has received a $2 million worth of federal grant to help support the program, with the opportunity to renew funding. Funded through the Nurse Education, Practice, Quality and Retention division of the Health […]

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Jul
23

REASON BEHIND NEW JERSEY’S INCREASING NURSING SHORTAGE

There were reports about the growing nursing shortage across states causing escalating difficulties concerning staffing, New Jersey, in particular, is facing the same challenge too. U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration projects, that New Jersey will have the third largest nurse shortage in the country by 2030 — a shortage of more than 11,000 people. […]

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Jul
12

MSU RECEIVES $2.8 MILLION GRANT TO TRAIN NURSING STUDENTS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES

Before, nursing students did most of their trainings in hospitals, but now they can have almost a different experience just like student nurses at Montana State University (MSU). MSU’s nursing program recently received a $2.8 million granting nurses to be trained in rural settings. This is a four-year grant from the U.S. Health Resources Services […]

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