Dec. 9, 2020

128: Supply & Demand Control of Nursing - with Mikhail Shneyder, President & CEO, Nightingale College

128: Supply & Demand Control of Nursing - with Mikhail Shneyder, President & CEO, Nightingale College
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This is The EdUp Experience President Series Episode #41 - In this episode of The EdUp Experience, we talk with Mikhail Shneyder, President and CEO at Nightingale College.   Have you ever wondered why there aren't more nurses - I mean, we always hear about how badly nurses are needed yet there is always a shortage.  We talk with Mikhail about the supply and demand control build into the nursing profession including the difficult nature of the NCLEX exam and why it is set up to prevent diversity.  Competency is much more than just passing a test, right?  Mikhail dishes on all the issues the nursing profession must overcome and how Nightingale College is leading from the front.

Mikhail Shneyder is the President and Chief Executive Officer as well as an owner of Nightingale College, a single-purpose, private institution of higher learning, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, operating in 7 states, and dedicated to advancing the quality of and geographical and socioeconomic access to education for health care professions. A registered nurse for more than 25 years, Shneyder has a wealth of management experience in post-secondary education for health professions and health care delivery services. He has worked in career education management for over 14 years. 

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