Dilemmas in Nurse Practitioner Education: The Experience of Botswana. Dr. Cynthia N. Pilane, RN/ DLitt et Phil Phone: (+267) 355 2270(w) University of Botswana (+267) 3971309 (h) Mobile: (+267) 72263973 Email: email@example.com Onalenna S. Seitio, RN/RM, BEd. MSN/CS Phone: (+267) 3953033
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Dr. Cynthia N. Pilane, RN/ DLitt et PhilPhone: (+267) 355 2270(w)
University of Botswana(+267) 3971309 (h)
Mobile: (+267) 72263973
Onalenna S. Seitio, RN/RM, BEd. MSN/CSPhone: (+267) 3953033
Institute of Health Sciences –GaboroneMobile: (+267) 72619577
Patricia T Ncube, RN/RM BEd. MSNPhone: (+267) 3552398
University of Botswana(+267) 3926105
Mobile: (+267) 72575643
The current nursing education system in Botswana does not support continued learning:
Making the programme cost effective in terms of length of time and financial burden and redundancy.
Out of the 19 courses done in the FNP programme: Reproductive Health Care (Practicum)
According to the above analysis: