nursing education program


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nurs·ing ed·u·ca·tion pro·gram

(nŭrs'ing ed'yū-kā'shŭn prō'gram)
Planned curriculum usually with clinical practice experiences to prepare nurses; includes diploma (hospital school of nursing), at associate, baccalaureate (bachelor's), master's, and doctoral levels; also includes certificate, continuing education, and in-service programs.
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Diverse faculty and students must be welcomed and sustained in nursing education programs.
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