Overcrowding among myriad causes of high failure rate at nursing exams

The Guyana Nurses Association (GNA) on Friday lamented the high failure rate at the last State Final Examination written in October and APNU Leader David Granger is calling for a complete re-evaluation of nurse training in order to improve patient care.

Results from the October examination released during February, revealed that of the 120 students enrolled at the Georgetown School of Nursing who wrote the examination, only 19 were successful, according to APNU.

It was further stated that 255 students had entered the 3-year  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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