MANILA, Philippines – A nursing group advises the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to publish names of top performing schools in the country to provide information to parents and incoming nursing students and to encourage these institutions to be more productive.
The Alliance of Young Nurse Leaders & Advocates International (AYNLA) is a national nurses group that promotes the welfare of nurses & health professionals responded to the recent statement of CHED Executive Director Julito Vitriolo stating that 80 nursing schools are facing closure this year apart from the 20 nursing schools which voluntarily phased out.
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