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UMMS launches $5.1M initiative to recruit nurses, other staff

Nurses at work at the Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. While nursing shortages have long been an issue for American hospitals, many in health care consider the current nursing shortage to be among the most severe that they’ve ever seen. (Submitted Photo)

The University of Maryland Medical System Monday announced a $5.1 million commitment to recruit registered nurses and other clinical bedside experts from the state’s community colleges. The program marks the first “One UMMS” unified effort to target new graduates from ...

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Hopkins one of the best in U.S. News rankings of med schools

Johns Hopkins University placed third in the country for top medical schools for research in U.S. News and World Report’s graduate school rankings released this week. The Baltimore institution was ranked only behind Harvard University and Stanford University. On the same ...

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Hopkins violated ADA by not hiring interpreter, judge rules

Johns Hopkins Hospital can be held liable under the Americans with Disabilities Act for rescinding a job offer to a deaf nurse by claiming that paying for a sign language interpreter was cost-prohibitive, a federal judge has ruled. Lauren Searls ...

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Frostburg State gets $2.5M to develop nursing program

FROSTBURG — The path to a bachelor’s degree in nursing may be getting smoother — and faster. Frostburg State University said Monday it has received nearly $2.5 million from the Maryland Higher Education Commission to develop collaborative programs with some ...

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