Cleveland teens get a dose of nursing reality

02/23/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

A youth program created by the Cleveland Clinic's department of nursing and the Urban League of Greater Cleveland gave 32 high-school students a hands-on introduction to nursing over the weekend. Nurses taught the students medical procedures such as needle insertions, blood pressure readings and incisions, using patient simulators in fully equipped labs.

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