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Associate professor Jill Hamilton, left, helps Jessica Fox, a first-year student in the bachelor of science in nursing program at Johns Hopkins University, into her white coat during the school's first formal White Coat Ceremony. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz).

Study touts benefits of four-year nursing degree

Hospitals that employ mostly nurses with four-year bachelor’s degrees — as opposed to mostly registered nurses — will likely see improved patient outcomes and reduced costs, according to a new study.

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Alissa Gulin covers health care, education and general business at The Daily Record.

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