Colorado is about to face the “perfect storm” in its nursing industry: an aging population that requires more care, an older-than-average work force and a lack of teachers to train new nurses. Those factors will lead to a critical nursing shortage around the state, said Pam Haynes, executive director of Colorado Health Institute, which surveyed […]

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