THE COMMISSION on Higher Education (CHED) on Tuesday said it would create healthcare positions to help ease the Philippines’ nursing shortage.
The agency is working with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) to create certificate programs that will produce healthcare assistants and associates, CHED Chairman Prospero de Vera told a news briefing.
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