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GE Healthcare Introduces Online Education for Nurses

December 9, 2010
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GE Healthcare (Waukesha, Wis.) announced today a cost-effective, subscription-based library of online courses for nurses to learn and receive continuing education credit in clinical, leadership and development to help improve patient outcomes and in some cases lower costs.

Geared towards general practice registered nurses and those in specialty fields such as obstetrics, telemetry, emergency and critical care, this library of online courses focuses on current and relevant topics for nurses.

GE’s nursing library of online education is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for nurses to further their education and stay up to date on new therapies, keep their licenses current and ultimately improve the quality of patient care. The library is continuously updated with new courses about topics of interest for nurses.

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