CHED flunks 147 nursing schools - page 2

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From Manilia Standard Today, May 15-16th, 2010 CHED flunks 147 nursing schools A TOTAL of 147 public and private schools face closure of their nursing courses after their graduates performed below the national passing... Read More


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    University of Pangasinan was included in this list which is kinda surprising. I recognized most of the universities included in the list from northern luzon which isn't really surprising but the funny thing is when we were undergoing hospital training these were the schools that made the bulk of student nurses training in the hospitals.
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    A lot of new nursing schools must be closing down as the demand is over.
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    They are NOT closing down. They are BEING CLOSED DOWN because of poor performance in the NLE, not because of demand for nurses in the US, of which it has no relation as to why they are being closed down.

    Read again. If you don't understand it, read it again and again.
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    if they flunk them already might as well close them down. they got all the chances to improve the quality of their education but they did not do anything about it because all they care about is the money!
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    Diploma mills.
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    Whew my school isn't in the list.
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    They should all be shut down. PH schools have a bad reputation in the. USA, esp. in CA.
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    Quote from greenjungle
    They should all be shut down. PH schools have a bad reputation in the. USA, esp. in CA.
    The US in NOT THE ONLY destination for Philippine nurses.
    veela and JLLandero like this.
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    I know this is an old topic, but does anyone have the list of the 147 schools that were being shut down or closed? What happened to them as of now? Are they still in business?

    If they shut them down back in 2010, it would have spared most of us the agony we're going thru.

    I wished I had seen this a couple of years ago, but I guess in the end, it kind of didn't matter since none of them including the top 5 PH schools are following the CA BON requirements, which for most of us guys, that was the one of the primary reasons to go to school in PH for the hope of becoming an RN in the states, with CA as the most likely place to work.
    Last edit by steppybay on Jun 25, '12 : Reason: added info
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    Old tread but I did find some of the schools:

    The 152 nursing schools failed to get a passing percentage of 46.14 for the past five years.

    Metro Manila shares the most number of schools that were asked to take necessary actions. Those were: Arellano University-Manila, Arellano University-Pasay, Delos Santos-STI College,Emilio Aguinaldo College, J.P. Sison General Hospitaland Colleges, La Consolacion College-Manila, Las Pi�as College, Martinez Memorial College, Mary Chiles College,Olivarez College, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasay, Perpetual Help College of Manila, Philippine Colleges of Health and Sciences, Philippine Rehabilitation Institute Foundation, Southeast Asian Colleges, St. Jude College, St. Rita Hospital [COLOR=blue]College of Nursing[/COLOR] and Midwifery, STI-College Recto, the Family Clinic, Unciano Colleges and General Hospital, University of Perpetual Help-Rizal, and World Citi Colleges-Quezon City.

    Calabarzon also has 23 schools in the list followed by Central Luzonwith 20. Illocos Region, 16; Bicol Region, 14; SOCCKSARGEN, 8; Northern Mindanao, 7; Zamboanga Peninsula, Davao region and Cordillera Administrative Region, 6; Cagayan Valley and Central Visayas, 5; CARAGA region, 3; and Eastern Visayas and Mimaropa region, 1.

    Angeles cleared that the CHED has fairly evaluate each nursing schools.

    �To be fair to all the schools, we had to do a lot of verification,� he said.

    Starting next year, CHED will enforce a rule that schools with below five percent performance in the licensure exam for three consecutive will face revocation with their permits and will asked to phase out their course offered.


    On the other hand, some universities and colleges had already stopped offering nursing courses such as: Bacarra Medical [COLOR=blue]Center School[/COLOR] of Midwifery, Antipolo School of Mursing and Midwifery, Heroes Memorial College, Kolehiyo ng Mamamayan, Cotabato Maritime Academy, Ignatian College, Clinica Arellano School of Midwifery, Quezon Memorial College, Sta. Teresita College, Baguio General Hospital, Chong Jua Hospital [COLOR=blue]School of Nursing[/COLOR], Faith Hospital School of Midwifery, Manila College of Optometry, Ortanez University, and the Philippine Union College of Caloocan.


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