August 3, 2015


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Number of nurses working in Manitoba reaches all-time high

Erin Selby in July of 2013 announcing that nurse practitioner students who agree to work in rural communities after graduating will be eligible for grants to cover their tuition costs. At right is a graph showing the net loss and gain of working nurses in Manitoba from 1993 to present.

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Erin Selby in July of 2013 announcing that nurse practitioner students who agree to work in rural communities after graduating will be eligible for grants to cover their tuition costs. At right is a graph showing the net loss and gain of working nurses in Manitoba from 1993 to present. Photo Store

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