Ind. nursing school, local hospitals adopt new training model

University of Southern Indiana and its affiliated hospitals have adopted a new model for training nurses that puts students in touch more often with unit nurses. The Dedicated Education Unit model sends students to a specific hospital unit for their clinical work, where trained nurses called clinical instructors work with them.

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