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Allen College Addresses Nursing Shortage


by Christinia Crippes

WATERLOO — Emily Schuldt was enjoying her nursing career working in the intensive care unit at UnityPoint Health-Allen Hospital when one of her former professors approached her about helping teach a clinical course through Allen College.

It didn’t take long for Schuldt to catch the teaching bug after the initial experience.

“It’s a passion that you have to have for helping to train and educate the new generation of nurses, and I think you’ll find that in any office here at Allen College,” said Schuldt, who is now an assistant professor at the Waterloo nursing college.

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