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trends and issues in nursing education
Transcript of trends and issues in nursing education
NURSING EDUCATION TRENDS With this New Nursing Curriculum, concerned parties like parents and students have expressed their grievances over the addition of the new subjects because they will definitely spell more expenses. ISSUES JOURNALS Nursing Education the Philippines
will never be the same again The Commission on Higher Education’s issuance of CHED Memorandum Order (MO) No. 5, series of 2008 otherwise known as “Policies and Standards for Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program” •Instead of the usual 79 units taken up by first year nursing students, the new guidelines will require students to take up 93 units in 2,632 hours. •Additional 357 hours for hospital training or Related Learning Experiences (RLEs) which will make RLEs 2,499 hours from the previous 2,142 hours •28 additional units or about three summers of schooling
For freshmen Nursing students, the “Theoretical Foundation in Nursing” is included in the first semester, and “Fundamentals of Nursing Practice” in the second.
The total BS Nursing graduates reached 67,728 in the same year. More than 70,000 (adding the number of those who did not pass the board exam in their previous attempt/s) were expected to take the June 2008 Nursing Board Examination given and administered by the Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC). How many of these examinees will pass the board exam? This goes to show that many of our nursing graduates in the Philippines are either unemployed or underemployed.
The unemployment rate of nurses/nursing graduates could be between 50,000-60,000 per year.