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Recruiters - Schools

Brinda McKinney


When admitting students into a nursing program at Arkansas State University, faculty and advisors look for students who have good study habits evidenced by their previous scholastic performance. Nursing students need good time management and communication skills. People with a natural tendency toward compassion, and who are caring and honest often find a nursing career very rewarding.


Nursing Notes

“For advanced degree levels, I see three areas of major opportunity: Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Education and Nursing Informatics. We need practitioners to help cover the gap in the lack of physician coverage, we will need even more educators to continue educating young nurses and we are moving at light speed in many ways making our health care delivery system more electronic.”  


Neal Reeves, MSN, System Analyst Manager, doctoral nursing student UAMS College of Nursing
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