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May 02, 2008


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Rehab RN,

That's a good point. However I must say in my position I've seen the good, the bad, and the ugly acting from not only nursing students but also nursing instructors and faculty.


And, besides low pay (relatively speaking) we wonder why no one wants to be a nursing instructor these days...here's proof that you even have to worry about students causing trouble.

The only ones making money these days are the insurance companies, since you need specialty policies for anything and everything in your life.

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