Nursing schools not keeping pace with expected demand

05/11/2009 | Buffalo News (N.Y.), The

Nursing school enrollment has more than doubled nationwide since 2000, but many schools continue to turn away qualified applicants because of a lack of teachers and classroom space. "We see rising demand for nurses, but we need to enlarge the pipeline. Growth has slowed because schools are at capacity," said C. Fay Raines, president of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.

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