Oklahoma programs aim to reduce shortage of nurses

10/27/2009 | Journal Record (Oklahoma City, Okla.), The

Oklahoma hospitals and universities are trying to reduce a shortage of nurses by increasing nurse faculty and offering part-time degree programs aimed at people who work full-time. Many people enrolled in the part-time nursing program are coming from other careers and can add an interesting perspective, said Dr. Marvel Williamson, dean of Oklahoma City University's Kramer School of Nursing.

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