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Filnurse.com:"Filnurse.com, created in May 2000, is an interactive nursing website highlighting Philippine nursing at its best in the service of the Filipino health community and the nursing profession. It offers links, resources, articles, updates, events, career tips, discussion fora on health issues and concerns."
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P.O. Box 203, Las Pinas Post Office, Las Pinas City 1740, Metro Manila PHILIPPINES
Telefax: (632) 513-7006 filnurse.com
http://www.filnurse.com/

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10/06/2006: Phillipines: Arroyo gives NBI till Monday to wrap up nursing test probe:"PRESIDENT Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has given the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) until Monday to submit its report on its investigation the leak-tainted June 2006 nursing licensure examinations. Executive Secretary Eduardo Ermita said Friday the NBI report -- one of two requisites the Palace said it needs before deciding on whether or not a retake of the controversial nursing board exam is needed -- will be discussed in Tuesday's Cabinet meeting."
http://newsinfo.inq7.net/breakingnews/nation/view_article.php?article_id=25148

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August 20, 2006: Philippines: Nursing exam retake pushed:"Various groups are strongly urging the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board of Nursing to conduct new licensure examinations in the wake of allegations that the last one in June was marred by cheating. They particularly want a retake of the two parts of the test that were allegedly leaked to examinees. Fely Marilyn Lorenzo, executive director of the University of the Philippines' Institute of Health and Policy and Development (IHPD), said the results of tests 3 and 5 of the exams must be nullified."
http://www.philstar.com/philstar/News200608200401.htm

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Wednesday, September 21 2005: Stop exodus of nurses, doctors, WHO urges Philippines:"News affecting OFW's. The country will continue to lose its doctors and nurses to higher-paying jobs abroad unless a wide-ranging solution is drawn up soon, a top World Health Organization (WHO) official said Monday. In the next 15 years, the United States will be opening its doors to around one million nurses and this would attract local health professionals, Dr. Jean Marc Olive, WHO country representative in the Philippines, said. Canada and Europe, already a favorite destination for Filipino nurses, are also expected to need "hundreds of thousands" of nurses to fill vacancies in their respective health care systems, Olive said."
http://ofw.balita.ph/html/article.php/20050921004055668

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Monday, May 30, 2005: Philippines: Education body to nursing schools in Cordi: Improve standard:"SEVERAL nursing schools in the Cordillera region were warned Sunday to improve their standard and take action on their low performance rating or face the revocation of their permits. Commission on Higher Education (Ched) Regional Director Magdalena Jasmin said because of the mushrooming of nursing schools in the country, the agency had to impose stricter measures and see to it that graduates of a certain nursing school could compete and register a high percentage of passers, at least in examinations rendered by the government."
http://www.sunstar.com.ph/static/bag/2005/05/30/news/education.body.to.nursing.schools.in.cordi.improve.standard.html

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Sunday, May 29 2005: Philippines 20 best worst nursing schools named:"Rep. Joseph Santiago of Catanduanes has released a list of the best and worst-performing nursing schools nationwide, hoping that the information would help incoming nursing freshmen choose which institution to go to. Santiago's list, culled from data from the Professional Regulation Commission and the Commission on Higher Education, showed that the top 20 schools had as much as a 99-percent passing rate in licensure examinations while the worst ones had a nine percent passing rate."
http://news.balita.ph/html/public_html/article.php?story=20050529203729014

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2/20/2005: Hopes rise for Pinoy nurses seeking employment in US:"There is hope for thousands of Filipino nurses whose visa applications to work in the United States have been frozen. Two Democrats in the US House of Representatives have filed bills seeking to make it easier for Filipino nurses to enter the US while the Philippine embassy in Washington is lobbying strongly for their passage. The embassy on Friday unveiled what it said was a three-pronged strategy to promote the continued deployment of Filipino nurses to the US. It said it would make official representations with the State Department to stress that since the US has an acute need for nurses that the Philippines can readily supply, both governments can pursue a "win-win" solution to the problem."
http://www.philstar.com/philstar/News200502206601.htm

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Godís Finest Nurses of 1997, Mountain View College- School of Nursing, Cebu, Philippines:"Welcome to the homepage of Godís Finest Nurses of 1997.We were a small batch of 53 students from Mountain View College- School of Nursing who have made a land mark in the golden history of our alma mater .We made it to the top 10th place of the Nurses Licensure Examination on May 1 and 4, 1997 in Cebu City, Philippines."
http://www.lfdd.org

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