• Asian Institute of Nursing Education: North-East India’s First Private Nursing Institute Engendering a Change in Nursing Education
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    Asian Institute of Nursing Education: North-East India’s First Private Nursing Institute Engendering a Change in Nursing Education

    While the healthcare industry has become the largest employer in the global economy, it’s a great omen that the god’s angels on earth – Nurses – have moved from bedside to boardroom. According to the World Health Statistics Report, around one million additional nurses will be needed in the world by 2020. It’s not surprising that the world’s biggest healthcare markets like the U.S. pay registered nurses a median annual salary of $68,450 (says the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 2016). In the subcontinent, nurses constitute two-thirds of the total healthcare workforce, but the numbers still don’t satisfy the burgeoning number of patients. Back in early 2000, despite the skyrocketing demand for nursing professionals in India and abroad, it was a huge challenge for Dr....

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