Tuesday, October 22, 2013
DIGITAL CONTENT DEVELOPMENT FOR MEDICAL, ALLIED HEALTH AND NURSING EDUCATION
There has been a surge in enrolment in nursing courses. More than 600 schools have launched “R.N. to B.S.N.” programs.
The serious shortage of faculty in nursing and allied health education.
Technology has led to significant changes in higher education, especially in how learners access learning.
There is a widening gap between the availability of allied health workers and the demand for their services in the US.
Time to market is critical.
Digital Content Development for Medical, Allied Health and Nursing education
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