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Nurs Forum. 2007 Jan-Mar;42(1):31-8.

Facilitating program and NCLEX-RN success in a generic BSN program.

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Department of Nursing, University of Hawaii at Monoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. juyehara@hawaii.edu

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This article focuses on a study of predictors of program and NCLEX-RN success and withdrawal in a generic BSN program at the University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Nursing. Data were collected over a 5-year period after a new curriculum was implemented. High program (95.09%) and NCLEX-RN (97.25%) success were achieved. Of the 11 who did not meet the definition of program success, 100% completed the program by another two to three semesters and 90.91% passed the NCLEX-RN as first-time takers. The program withdrawal rate was 20%. It is very important to use measures to promote program completion and NCLEX passing for both the normally progressing and at-risk student to meet the demands of the nursing shortage.

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