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Leadership Opportunities for USAR Army Nurses: Do We Need to Change the Regulations?
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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This research project reviews the United States Army Reserves USAR Army Medical Department AMEDD command leadership opportunities for the Army Nurse Corps. The study presents a historical synopsis of the ANC. The study compares USAR AMEDD command positions. It describes what systemic problems that cause AMEDD delays in considering Army nurses for command and selected command-designated positions. It reviews AMEDDs compliance with regulations to determine if regulatory changes should include Army nurses in selected command positions.
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