Michigan grant for educators aims to ease RN shortage

04/1/2009 | Ludington Daily News (Mich.)

The Michigan Nursing Corps program plans to give $5 million to five universities and two partner hospitals to fund the masters and doctoral studies of nurses willing to make a five-year commitment to teach in the state. "Our main goal is to address the need of the nursing shortage. We need more faculty, and that's why it's important to have these grants," an official at the Department of Community Health said.

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