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Nurse midlife

Influx of midcareer professionals may mitigate a shortage in the healthcare field

By Jennifer Cutraro
Globe Correspondent / July 9, 2007

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It's mid morning in the pediatrics wing at Boston Medical Center when registered nurse Bill Kerr checks in on one of his patients, a teenage girl with severe asthma. He counsels her on how to stay on top of her disease, then jogs down the hall to prepare another young patient for a blood transfusion. (Full article: 949 words)

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