Critics Say Chronic Problems In NJ Nursing Board Put Patients At Risk

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Problems with the program that oversees nursing in New Jersey go beyond vacancies on the licensing board to include a chronic lack of support staff, internal management concerns, and other issues that critics say now put nurses’ profession — and patient health — at risk.

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