The Health Resources and Services Administration Friday awarded $13 million through the Clinical Faculty and Preceptor Academies Program and Registered Nurse Training Program.  

“Today’s announcement is part of HRSA’s commitment to strengthening nursing training and education and growing the next generation of the nursing workforce,” said HRSA Administrator Carole Johnson.

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