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  1. Fife, Patricia MPA, RN

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I concur with Rab-Wilson's lament. Could it be that nurses are not viewed as autonomous practitioners and leaders because, unlike most professionals, they aren't required to have a baccalaureate to enter the field? Maybe it's time for nursing to agree to require this degree for all new nurses.

 

Patricia Fife, MPA, RN

 

Merrick, NY

 

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