Study isolates shortage of nurses in rural areas
A rural health authority and demographer at Mississippi State warns that fewer nursing students returning to less populated parts of the state could have serious consequences on health care.
Ronald Cossman, an associate research professor at the university’s Social Science Research Center, said a survey of nursing students currently enrolled in Magnolia State colleges and universities showed that fewer say they plan to work in rural areas after graduation.
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