N.Y. hospitals' Gap Program helps nurses become educators

06/23/2008 | Nurse.com

The Greater New York Hospital Association's Gap Program is helping nurses who have bachelor's and master's degrees become clinical faculty or preceptors -- so they can literally fill the gaps in university nursing school faculty and allow more students to enter nursing programs. The four-year-old program also aims to ease hospitals' growing nurse vacancy and reduce staffing turnover for new nurses.

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