Tens of thousands of nurses and mental health workers in December abruptly received demands from a state licensing board that they produce records proving they have up-to-date training.
Tens of thousands of nurses and mental health workers in December abruptly received demands from a state licensing board that they produce records proving they have up-to-date training. Fresno Bee file, 2016
Tens of thousands of nurses and mental health workers in December abruptly received demands from a state licensing board that they produce records proving they have up-to-date training. Fresno Bee file, 2016

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California nurses scrambling for education records after state board demands them

February 01, 2017 02:45 PM

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