Utah is experiencing the third worst nursing shortage in the country, and at least 1,000 RN nursing jobs need to be filled right away. This shortage is linked to the critical shortage of nurse faculty in the state. It has been reported that nursing programs have been turning away three times as many nursing applicants as they are admitting because they are full. Utah hospitals are being hurt the most by this. However, recent donations and government money have helped set up a program to train and graduate more RNs and recruit more nursing educators.
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including Physicians, Nurses, Executives, Managers... approval of contracts by appropriate personnel (Legal, SCO Management, etc.). Verifies proper terms and...
|Midvale, UT||Intermountain Healthcare||7/23/2014|
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Care Administration o Legal & Ethical Aspects of... and talented managers, instructors, admissions consultants, and administrators. Sound Values and Virtues...
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|UT||Infinity Advertising Solutions||7/20/2014|
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builds out detailed product content and manages consultant SMEs and pulls in internal SMEs as appropriate... quality, clinical ops and legal to insure that policy...
|Magellan Health Services||4/10/2014|
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Legal nurse consultants (LNCs) lend their nursing experience and expertise to attorneys to help with the medical aspects of their cases. Several organizations and agencies exist for legal nurse consultants, though the main professional LNC organization is the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants. The Legal Nurse Consultant Certified (LNCC) program is maintained by the American Legal Nurse Consultant Certification Board (ALNCCB) and is accredited by the American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS). A registered nurse can also become a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant (CLNC), but this credential is not recognized by the American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS).