Ellienne T Tate

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The last decade has seen a number of trends effecting both the quality and quantity of the registered nursing workforce nationwide. Among these are a nursing shortage due to the aging of the nursing workforce and the general population, the resultant increase in the number of nursing students, and an increase in the number of problems with initial licensure(More)
The authors describe a consortium model for graduate education in nursing among four regional universities in southern Louisiana. A multi-site collaborative approach was implemented to increase educational opportunities for place-bound professional nurses while increasing institutional cooperation and achieving educational efficiencies. The development,(More)
The Intercollegiate Consortium for a Master of Science in Nursing (ICMSN), a partnership among four universities in Louisiana, is a proven articulation model for delivering graduate education in nursing. The authors describe the benefits and challenges of an academic consortium. Recommendations are offered for establishing similar models of(More)
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