Preventive medicine for a shortage of Maryland nurses

Washington Post, July 23, 2009
An initiative by the Maryland Hospital Association will provide $15.5 million over the next five years to 17 nursing schools across the state to help increase the number of students in the programs and alleviate a predicted shortage of nurses. The plan will be financed through donations from healthcare providers, insurers, and individuals.

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