Should Hospitals Pay for Nurses to Further their Education? As the current debate in Congress over the future of health care in America enters its third contentious month, many questions are being asked. Central issues in the debate, more exactly, concern the inclusion of a so-called public (government) option and control measures to curb the rising costs of health care. Tragically absent from the debate in Washington, however, is any semblance of constructive discussion concerning the government’s potential role in promoting education of the nation’s nurses. In the absence of healthy discourse on the issue, questions are now arising about the role hospitals might play in the equation. The basic research question of the current study,...The end:
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