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Enrolments ‘capped’ by lack of clinical places

Despite strong demand and new uncapped enrolments, many of Australia’s nursing and midwifery schools have limited their 2012 student intakes due to continuing clinical placement uncertainty. Students returned to campuses around the country last week and universities began to take stock of the numbers under the new demand-driven enrolment system.

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