Ontario universities advise against college proposal to offer own nursing degrees

Heard: Colleges advocate for offering their own nursing degrees

 
Ontario’s 24 colleges want the provincial government to allow them to offer stand-alone nursing degrees instead of being required to run them jointly with universities. Colleges Ontario issued an advocacy report Wednesday that argues for the policy change from the Liberal government. The report – Opening Doors to Nursing Degrees: Time for Action – says consultants…

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