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Jacksonville Offers Program for Nursing Instructors


by Patrick McCreless

Jacksonville State University plans to offer a discounted educator program to community college nursing instructors this fall to help improve their teaching skills.

The one-year, postgraduate program focuses on nursing instruction and is part of a larger effort by the university to offer higher levels of education to nurses. Some JSU officials and nursing experts say more education for nurses can lead to better health outcomes for patients.

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