Nursing, medical schools should work together, experts say

11/12/2009 | Healthcare Finance News

Shortages of nurses and physicians make it important for medical and nursing schools to collaborate on curricula to promote team-based care, health policy experts said. Erin Mann, of the New England Healthcare Institute, said if nursing and medical schools aligned their schedules and offered shared classes, faculty could team teach and become role models for change.

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