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Confidence in RP nursing education system remains high

Despite the controversy generated by the "leakage" in nursing licensure examination this year, American confidence in the country's nursing educational system remains high, according to officials of an organization involved in nursing state boards in the United States.

Faith Fields and Ruth Ann Terry, president and treasurer respectively of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), told President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo during their courtesy call on her in Malacanang Wednesday morning that nursing boards in all 50 American states remain confident of a continued partnership with the Philippines which supplies 80 percent of nurses in the United States.

"We are still hopeful and confident of our partnership in terms of nursing education. We want to keep up the training and employment opportunities for your Filipino nurses in the United States," they told the President.

The President, for her part, assured the visiting US nursing officials that the Philippine government is determined to upgrade the quality of the country's nursing educational system, hospital facilities and standards.

She said the education institutions in the country are adapting a ladderized education system in training nursing students and graduates.

The government, according to the President, has already allocated funds to support local government hospitals.

"Nursing education needs enhancement and we are focused on it. We are spending money to support our local hospitals and upgrade their level from secondary to tertiary," she told the NCSBN team.

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