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Ched forms new nursing committee

Ched forms new nursing committee
By Florante S. Solmerin

The Commission on Higher Education yesterday named the new members of the Technical Committee on Nursing Education who replaced the seven officials who resigned due to purported irregularities in the agency.

In a statement, the commission expressed confidence that the new set of committee officers would deliver the needed reforms in the nursing profession.

“With this new composition, the CHED has now spread membership to include representatives from [different] regions [in] Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao,” the agency said.

The announcement came earlier than expected. Dr. Carlito Puno, commission chairman, told reporters earlier this week that he would announce the shortlist of candidates for the committee next week.

The committee will be headed by Dr. Maria Teresita Sy-Sinda, dean of the College of Nursing of Silliman University in Dumaguete City.

Its new members include Ma. Chona Palomares, of the Liceo de Cagayan in Cagayan de Oro City, and Dr. Marciana de Vera, of the University of Northern Philippines in Vigan, Ilocos Sur.

Stakeholders of the nursing sector, including the Board of Nursing of the Professional Regulatory Commission and the Association of Deans and Colleges of Nursing Inc., also got seats in the committee.

The president of the Philippine Nurses Association, George Cordero, gave way to his executive vice president, Dr. Marlyn Yap, in representing the group in the committee.

“The new team of experts is expected to assist CHED in further advancing the quality of nursing education programs in the country to boost the competitiveness of Filipino nurses here and abroad,” the agency’s statement said.

In a letter, the members of the committee who resigned said the agency lacked the will to assure quality nursing education and that it had buckled down to pressure from vested political and economic interests.


pna president george cordero hindi ko maimagine na maging pna at planning to to be the ched commissioner , mukhang pera ka ikaw nga ang may maraming nakuhang leakage last june salot ka sa nursing profession , kunti lang kasi pumapasa sa nursing school mo kaya huwag na magkunwari .

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