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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 Scholarships to Benefit Nursing Students

It was announced today that two new scholarship contests are in place for 2011 to specifically benefit nursing students. The Atlanta Nursing Scholarship gives the winner a $500.00 scholarship to be applied toward any accredited nursing program offered by a school in the greater Atlanta area. The Mary Blake Single Parent Nursing Scholarship gives the winner a $500.00 scholarship to be used toward any accredited nursing program.

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Iowa Nurses Offered Scholarships to Become Nursing Instructors

Iowa Student Loan, a private company that provides college loans, recently announced that they will be awarding $4,000 per year in grants to nurses who pursue advanced degrees.  Nursing leaders around the country are fearful of a nursing shortage in the years to come.  “If there are no teachers, there will be no students, which means less nurses to take care of all of us,” said Virginia Wangerin, president of the Iowa Nurses Association.  By enticing current nurses to pursue an advanced degree and become an instructor they will be able to educate more nurses in the years to come.

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Education Grants for Nurses

Nursing can be a professional that happens to be in high demand, and the requirement of nurses is continuously growing around the globe. 

This huge requirement has also generated the rise in the tuition fees for nursing courses, as more and more students enroll themselves to review nursing. It isn’t uncommon that many families cannot afford this expensive school fees. Because of this, many students and especially women might have to let go off their professional dreams. But, if such students are informed about school grants, and where to look for them, chances are they could possibly pursue their career.

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CampusRN Announces a Nationwide Nursing Students Scholarship Program

Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) April 15, 2008—CampusRN is launching a new scholarship program in conjunction with the creation of the CampusRN state edition network. This nationwide nursing scholarships initiative is the most comprehensive of its kind for nursing programs and nursing students because it features scholarship winners from all 50 states. CampusRN will award a $1000 scholarship to a deserving nursing student in each state on the anniversary of the launch of that state’s customized site. 

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Nursing program starts scholarship

A nursing program offered by Lawrence Memorial Hospital in Medford and Regis College in Weston has set up a $1.4 million scholarship fund. A former Medford resident, Lenaire V. Wennerstrom, established the fund in memory of her mother, Regina Petterson, who also lived in Medford. Lawrence Memorial is part of the Melrose-based Hallmark Health System Inc.

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UT Medical Groups creates neonatal scholarship program

UT Medical Group Inc. will now offer a scholarship program for students in the neonatal nurse practitioner program at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Nursing.

The program gives full tuition to candidates who agree to work at UTMG for at least three years after getting certified.

Tuition is provided for the master of science in maternal nursing with a specialty in neonatal nursing and in certain cases for the doctor of nursing practice in neonatal nursing.

Candidates must meet certain qualifications like being a professionally active neonatal registered nurse and maintaining a 3.0 or higher grade point average, among others.

UTMG is a private, non-profit group practice affiliated with the UTHSC College of Medicine faculty.

For more information visit: UT Medical Group Nurse Scholarship

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WCU nursing students win scholarships

Five William Carey University nursing students received $6,000 RN Teaching Stipends from the Mississippi Nursing Educators Foundation’s “Nurses Touch Lives” car tag program.

The students were among 5,498 nurses who paid $31 extra for their car tags.

Nurses receiving stipends from Carey are Mary Hays and Kelly Williamson of Hattiesburg, Jill Olsen of Gautier, Sandra Thomas of Chunky, and Andrea Walker of Gulfport.

According to the “Mississippi RN” newsletter Charlotte Cockrell, executive director of the MNF said, “All nurses are encouraged to purchase this special car tag and drive with pride as they support the efforts of their foundation.

Specialized car tags show support of your profession and also help multiply the financial support for student scholarships and stipends for RNs.”

To receive the stipend, nurses must be enrolled in an accredited nursing masters program in Mississippi with a focus in education, agree to teach in a school of nursing in Mississippi for one year following graduation, and have a nurse’s car tag on his or her vehicle.

Nurses follow an application process which includes references from professors and employers to be considered for the stipend and are chosen by the MNEF.

source: Leadercall

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