Nursing Career News

A study done by the U.S. Bureau of Health Professions indicates that by 2020, the U.S. nursing shortage will grow to more than 800,000 registered nurses. How can we put a serious dent in stemming this dangerous tide unless nurses take an active role in seeking possible solutions to the problem? This blog will attempt to openly discuss and address major issues confronting the nursing profession, health care issues, and nursing education.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

New -Online EMT to BS in EMS Management Program!

The George Washington University has partnered with The College Network to offer an undergraduate degree program with a major in EMS Management designed to accommodate busy working EMS and Firefighting professionals! Now EMT's (minimum requirement - EMT-Basic Certification) can get a degree in EMS management without needing to quit work to do it!

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The George Washington University's online bachelor's degree program in Health Science - EMS Management is designed for practicing EMS professionals seeking opportunities for career advancement while remaining in the exciting and rewarding field of EMS. The program builds expertise in leadership, creative problem solving, team building, clinical decision making, and management. Students will gain knowledge in the characteristics and components of EMS systems, administration and finance of EMS operations, legislative issues in relation to EMS systems and operations, and the role of current trends in the future of EMS.

Financial aid is available AND most EMS services, and all fire departments generally offer liberal employer tuition assistance plans for advancing your EMS related education too! The admissions rep from GWU can advise and assist you with your financial aid needs.

So, sign up for free information to about this exciting new online EMT to BS in EMS Management Degree Program! You'll be glad you did!

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