Boise State adult gerontology nurse practitioner student Jennifer Valdez examines a mannequin in the school’s health sciences simulation center. Students in nursing specializations use the center to learn and practice health-care procedures.
Boise State adult gerontology nurse practitioner student Jennifer Valdez examines a mannequin in the school’s health sciences simulation center. Students in nursing specializations use the center to learn and practice health-care procedures. John C. Kelly Boise State University
Boise State adult gerontology nurse practitioner student Jennifer Valdez examines a mannequin in the school’s health sciences simulation center. Students in nursing specializations use the center to learn and practice health-care procedures. John C. Kelly Boise State University

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