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CGCC Administrative Assistant Angela Jones shows state State Rep. Daniel Bonham (R-The Dalles) functions of the school’s medical simulation, or SIM, lab where nursing students gain experience dealing with patients. A “Suspend Disbelief” sign on the wall encourages students to treat the simulation as a real-life scenario.

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CGCC nursing program gets boost

Nursing students starting at Columbia Gorge Community College next fall will enter a new program designed to meet changes in the industry and increase access to four-year degrees. The curriculum also allows students a seamless transition from community college to Oregon Health & Science and University, where they can take an additional year of coursework to earn a bachelor’s of science in nursing.

May 14, 2018 3 p.m. read more..

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