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Morgan State and other Baltimore-based universities are partnering with the Baltimore City Public School System to provide pediatric nursing services in city schools, the school system confirmed Wednesday. The programs aim to help alleviate a nursing shortage.
Morgan State University Awarded $4.4 Million Contract to Address Nursing Shortage in Baltimore City Public Schools
In Effort to Improve and Enhance Health Services for Students MSU Nursing Dept. to Place Full-time Registered Nurses in Five BCPS Health Suites, Building Pipeline of City School Nurses
Morgan State Awarded $4.4 Million Contract to Address Nursing Shortage in Baltimore City Public Schools
Morgan State University's Department of Nursing has been given a $4.4 million contract from Baltimore City Public Schools to address shortages of school nurses. The contract allows Morgan State's Department of Nursing to support pediatric nursing services within health suites at five schools throughout the city.
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Dr. Kim Dobson Sydnor, Dean
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