Friday, August 19, 2022

Meg Sorg

Meg Sorg is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing with over ten years of clinical practice experience. She has been working as a pediatric nurse practitioner in primary care for the past eight years; prior to that, she was a pulmonary nurse at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis. She has experience teaching and precepting undergraduate and graduate nursing students in the Purdue School of Nursing.


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How America can lower gas prices like other countries

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