(12) Although many studies have investigated preadmission criteria and criteria within dental hygiene programs to ensure success of students, the purpose of this study is to determine if there is a difference in attrition rates
in dental hygiene programs when selective versus nonselective admissions are utilized and determine the types and variation of selective admissions criteria.
Referring to implications of the attrition rate
for undergraduate nursing education, Walker said some older nurses felt the degree education did not adequately prepare nurses for the more emotional aspects of nursing "and that, in particular, they don't build the social support structures necessary to carry them through the tough times at work".
BACKGROUND Higher attrition rates
of ESL nursing students are an assumption, seemingly based on anecdotal evidence.
Student attrition rates
at higher education institutions are used to measure the internal efficiency of such institutions.
The analytics behind the scorecard allow the team to measure important metrics such as attrition rates
, cross-sell ratios, campaign results and ROI.
To prevent irrelevant drug development results, new technology and models in both in vitro- and in vivo-based systems are being created to obtain reliable preclinical efficacy assessment, which will, in turn, increase development efficiency and reduce attrition rates
The ratings, however, also reflect the firm's long and increasing collection periods, rising attrition rate
and pressed profit margins.
It believes the "attrition rate
" of public-sector employment will continue until 2015, when Scotland will have 80,000 fewer jobs in the sector than in 2008.
The current OCS attrition rate
for Supply Corps candidates is higher than what is considered normal, and losing candidates after selection increases the cost of our outreach and accessions efforts and hampers our efforts to achieve a more diverse Supply Corps.
The textile hubs need to bring down their attrition rate
in order to retain the competitive gains in the global market.
The attrition rate
is the lowest in the 25 years since IDRA began performing the annual study, but IDRA notes that while the trend is declining, millions more Texas students will leave school without diploma before 2040, when, the group predicts, students will stop dropping out entirely.
On annualized and sequential basis, the attrition rate
has shot up to 17.1 percent from 10.9 percent year ago and 15.8 percent quarter ago.