Nursing students turned away amid Indiana faculty shortage

AP/Chicago Tribune, January 4, 2010
Amid a looming shortage of nurses nationwide, Indiana nursing programs rejected about 2,500 qualified applicants because the schools didn't have the full-time faculty needed to teach them, a survey found. The 2008 survey by the Indiana Nursing Workforce Development Coalition said faculty shortages prevent nursing programs from maintaining a supply of qualified applicants. About half of Indiana's nursing faculty work part time as adjunct faculty while they maintain jobs as nurses, but the schools need more nurses who are able to teach full time, the survey found.

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