Vet2RN program offers bridge for military medics
from Education Dive
Army, Navy and Air Force medics receive hundreds of hours of training. Then, they spend hundreds more hours treating patients wounded while serving in the United States Armed Forces. This clinical experience, however, is rarely recognized once they return to civilian life. If former medics want to become nurses, they almost always have to start from scratch. Not at Herzing University in Madison, Wisconsin.
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