Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Due To Doctor Shortage, More Than Half The States Look To Expand Nurses Rolls

This AP story comes on the heels of a local Times-Standard story about Humboldt State University proposing to cut the nursing program. It just doesn't make sense to cut a program that teaches people to do something that is in great demand. I have been told that they will be keeping the philosophy course though.


Maybe we could all sit around and philosophize about having jobs and health care.

3 comments:

  1. The cut only makes sense if there are enough nursing students to justify keeping the program open.

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  2. Pleanty of students and jobs in the field but they want to teach something else.

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  3. That's too bad. As you know, I work (among other jobs) at an OC community college. We are always threatened with an axe however the axe only drops for us when enrollment in a course drops below 20 students. If your course gets the axe two semesters in a row, admin starts to look at cutting the program. Supply and demand is how it works down here. What are the CSUH folks smoking??? Don't answer that; it’s Humboldt. ;^)

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