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A need to feed the pipeline

By: Susan Trossman, RN

Looking at challenges and solutions to increasing nursing faculty.

How does the United States educate more nurses if there aren’t enough nurse educators? It may seem like a catch-22—an inescapable situation—especially as retirements throughout the nursing workforce loom large. But those immersed in higher education recently shared their insights and solutions to rebuilding the nursing faculty workforce and advancing nursing science.

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