As baby boomers hit 65, we'll need more geriatric nurses so some nursing schools are putting a focus on that specialty

Nov 18, 2010 —
Topics: Health
Dan Gunderson

Early next year the first baby boomers turn 65. The aging boomers are expected to strain healthcare resources for the next 20 years. One of the most urgent concerns is a looming shortage of nurses to care for the elderly. Ten nursing schools in west central Minnesota want to focus more attention on the nursing shortage. Dan Gunderson reports.

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