Fast-track nursing programs increase as shortage deepens

10/19/2006 | MSNBC

A number of schools and nursing hospitals are offering "fast-track programs" to get registered nurses out into the work force, sometimes with only a year or so of specialized training. As the nursing shortage in the nation deepens, the programs are growing: While there were only 40 in 1991, there are now more than 200.

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