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Nurses pictured from the Intenstive Care Unit at Elliot Hospital, from left, Nettie Walsh, RN CCRN; Jel Lechuza, RN; Anne Galeucia, RN; Katherine King, RN CCRN; Heidi Kukla, RN, and Stephanie Joyce, BSN RN, pose in the ICU at the hospital in Manchester Thursday afternoon. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)

Only in Print: The new demands of nursing

Hospitals throughout New Hampshire are increasingly trying to attract nurses with bachelor's degrees to close a gap that has the state near the bottom of the country in the ratio of nurses with higher education.

        

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