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MORE MEN MOVE TO NURSING CAREERS

Brian Medley, a nurse at Lurie Children’s Hospital, and Zain Rehman, a nurse at Advocate Christ Medical Center Intensive Care Unit, talked about their career path.

Nursing has historically been a female-dominated field, but men are increasingly pursuing the career. The percentage of men in nursing is still small, only about 9 percent to 10 percent,

A nursing career holds many advantages for men, such as highly diverse patient care environments, career stability, and a competitive salary.

Resurrection University will host a “Thinking Out Loud” speaker series for men, by men.

“Men in Nursing” is a free event that brings together a panel of male nursing professionals to talk about what it’s like to be a nurse in today’s healthcare environment

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The New ABCs of Medical School: Anatomy, Biochemistry, and Cooking

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High-Value Care Increasingly Becoming Core Part of Med School Curriculum

High-value care has been added to curricula for many aspiring physicians

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New loans aim to keep nurses in R.I.

Nursing students in Rhode Island have a new option for financing their education — a loan program with zero interest for up to four years, provided they work in Rhode Island.

With Governor Chafee in attendance, the Rhode Island Student Loan Authority on Tuesday announced its new Nursing Reward Program, saying the program was intended to offset a projected nursing shortage by encouraging graduates of the state’s nursing schools to take jobs in Rhode Island.

The loan program will be available for nursing students starting with the 2011-2012 academic year. To participate, the borrower must become a licensed registered nurse and work at least 20 hours a week, with responsibility for direct patient care at a licensed health-care facility in Rhode Island. Nurses who meet those terms will not have to pay interest on loans obtained through this program for up to 48 months.

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URI offers doctorate of nursing program

The University of Rhode Island has launched a doctoral program in nursing.

The program was created in response to a need for doctoral-level nurses as identified by the national Institute of Medicine. The institute said in October that highly trained professionals are needed to teach, to conduct research and to take an active role in policy making.

Currently only about 1 percent of nurses in the nation have doctorates.

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R.I. News Digest: Fees to increase for nursing students, business majors at RIC

Fees for full-time nursing students and undergraduate business majors at Rhode Island College will be hiked by $50 a semester, another sign of the financial strain at Rhode Island’s public colleges.

Fees for full-time nursing students and undergraduate business majors at Rhode Island College will be hiked by $50 a semester, another sign of the financial strain at Rhode Island’s public colleges.

The Board of Governors for Higher Education Monday night met at the Community College of Rhode Island and approved the hikes for roughly 500 nursing students and 1,000 business majors. It’s estimated that the increases will generate $48,000 a year for the nursing program and $96,000 a year for the School of Management.Read Full Article

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Nursing honor society holds induction, awards ceremony

On Dec. 6, 113 undergraduate nursing students, 10 RN to BSN students, 6 graduate nursing students and 5 nurse leaders were inducted into the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International through Delta Upsilon Chapter-at-Large. The event was held at the Quonset O Club in North Kingstown.

The Delta Upsilon chapter is comprised of Rhode Island College School of Nursing, University of Rhode Island College of Nursing and Salve Regina University Department of Nursing.

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State OKs new nursing program

WARWICK — With nursing schools running at near capacity in Rhode Island and the state mirroring a nationwide shortage of nurses, the New England Institute of Technology is on the verge of opening a new nurse-training program.

On Monday, the school won the requisite approval from the Department of Health’s Board of Nursing for an associate’s degree program in nursing. The college and its three faculty members will welcome the first 50 nursing students in March.

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Nursing shortage yields R.I., N.H., Mass. collaboration

PROVIDENCE — At Rhode Island Hospital, the shortage of highly qualified nurses who teach is already so bad that it’s had two nurse educator positions open for two years, even at the largest hospital in a state with one of the nation’s worst unemployment rates.

“It has an impact on care. It really does. It has an impact on how quickly we are able to advance and institute new programs,” said Barbara Riley, the hospital’s chief nursing officer. “We absolutely struggle to find nurses with master’s degrees who are educated in teaching.”

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Rhode Island Hospital awarded $11 million, 5-year renewal

PROVIDENCE, RI – Rhode Island Hospital has received an $11 million renewal of a National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to fund its Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) Center for Cancer Research Development (CCRD). Rhode Island Hospital’s COBRE CCRD offers cancer researchers access to the latest technologies in molecular pathology and the emerging field of proteomics. The 5-year grant from the NIH’s National Center for Research Resources (NCRR), awarded after an extremely competitive peer review process, guarantees that the laboratory-based cancer research program will continue through the year 2013.

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