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Demand for additional training by nurses driven by many factors

Archie McEvers, NP and Nancy Page, RNNurses today are likely to have more training and to seek further training than their counterparts a generation ago, say Upstate‘s chief nursing officer, Nancy Page, RN (pictured, right), and clinical coordinator for palliative care, Archie McEvers, NP. The nursing profession recognized that higher levels of training brought higher skill levels and better patient care, Page says. Today‘s shorter hospital stays and advances in technology demand nurses with ever higher levels of education and efficiency, so the incentive for additional training will continue, McEvers adds.

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