Experts say Ohio is short NPs to meet primary care demands

11/5/2012 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

Ohio faces a shortage of nurse practitioners, who are needed to meet primary care demands, especially in rural areas, experts said. Christine Colella, who heads up NP programs at the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing, said more NPs are being educated, but barriers to increasing enrollment include a lack of faculty. The health care law includes funding to increase NP education.

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