Nursing schools and health care facilities can apply through Aug. 22 for a portion of $10 million in funding to recruit, train and support clinical nursing faculty and preceptors, the Health Resources and Services Administration announced. They also can apply through Aug. 19 for a portion of $4.75 million in funding to increase the number of nursing students trained in acute care settings, with an emphasis on addressing social determinants of health and advancing health equity. 
 

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