July 14, 2014

Nursing

Addressing a Need

Jennifer LeClaire | 12/1/2006

A nursing class at FIU

Florida International University's School of Nursing is now a free-standing college, dubbed the College of Nursing & Health Sciences. The move is aimed at attracting more students. In addition, FIU's Foreign-Educated Physician to Nursing program is now a permanent offering.

Both initiatives hope to ease the state's nursing shortage.

Tags: Southeast, Education

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