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Medical Society Directory Listing

…tp://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/5277 Philippine Society of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery ENT Department, Ward 10 UP-PGH, Taft Avenue, Manila Telefax 522-0946 Email psohns@skyinet.net Website http://www.psohns.org.ph Philippine Society of Pathologists Inc. Philippine Society of Pathologists, Inc. Bldg. 114 Malakas Street, Diliman, Quezon City Phone 920-3192 Philippine Society of Pedriatric Cardiology Suite 1108, East tower, PSE Centre,…

NCLEX for Foreign Nurses – A guide.

…tate problems. Not all states have web sites and those that do have web sites, may not have a specific area for instructions to foreign educated nurses. ( See our Nurse links section.) Taking the NCLEX in Guam or Saipan Some Philippine nurses who have passed the CGFNS exam as well as those who have not taken the CGFNS exam, will seek to take the NCLEX in either Gaum or Saipan or will obtain a US Tourist Visa and travel to the US to sit for the…

Further information on February 14 announcement: CGFNS denies VisaScreen® certificates for Philippine nurses who passed the compromised June 2006 Philippine Licensure Examination

…mmigration law — with the CGFNS Certification Program (CP), which is provided to facilitate the licensure of foreign-educated nurses in the majority of U.S. States. The VisaScreen Certificate is required of all foreign-national nurses who seek occupational visas under U.S. immigration law — regardless of which State in the United States that they intend to practice. CGFNS is an internationally recognized authority on credentials…

How to become a Police Nurse?

Being a nurse has many responsibilities. And becoming a nurse needs to have the feeling of compassion on the patients. What more if becoming a police nurse, this means a lot of guts on the nurses to face. Police nurse are normal nurses that can be found on the hospitals. Unlike the police nurse they are active nurse or the nurse that always on the go. They are the one who perform the medical sometimes critical scenario if there is an accident…

Great Job Demands for Registered Nurses

…ompensation awaits them, as well as job security. There are actually different fields and areas where there is a great demand for registered nurses. With regards to the different fields of nursing, the anesthetists, delivery nurses, pediatric nurses, and psychiatric nurses are the most in demand. Many registered nurses find the job rewarding and fulfilling. This is not only because you are able to help others but the job also pays well; not to…

California Nurses Association

Founded in 1903, the California Nurses Association today represents over 65,000 members in 165 facilities throughout California, and thousands more across the country through the National Nurses Organizing Committee, which was founded by CNA. California Nurses Association is the largest and fastest-growing organization of direct care Registered Nurses in the country and are dedicated to providing a voice for nurses and a vision for healthcare….

Philippine Nurses Association (PNA)

…t, the FNA become a member of the International Council of Nurses organizations on July 1929. It was anointed as a member in a council’s congress held in Montreal, Canada. The FNA would later be baptized to its present name, Philippine Nurses Association or PNA for short in 1966, which was simultaneous with the inauguration of its new office at 1663 F.T. Benitez Street, Malate, Manila. With over 13,000 nurses produced by the country annually,…

National Student Nurses’ Association

…or students preparing for initial licensure as registered nurses, and to convey the standards, ethics, and skills that students will need as responsible and accountable leaders and members of the profession. Founded in 1952, National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) is a nonprofit organization for students enrolled in associate, baccalaureate, diploma, and generic graduate nursing programs. It is dedicated to fostering the professional…

How Happy and Healthy are NURSES?

…o the issue. Thirdly, if the survey is conducted to focus on local nurses working within the Philippine territories, then a radically different result could be generated. Theoretically though, it can be deduced that Filipino nurses in the Philippines cannot be directly compared to UK nurses. First of, most of the UK nurses who were interviewed were happy about their jobs as a nurse. In the Philippines, many newly qualified nurses do not have…

National Association of School Nurses

The National Association of School Nurses serves over 12,000 members. National Association of School Nurses’s core purpose is to advance the delivery of professional school health services to promote optimal health and learning in students. The National Association of School Nurses Improves the health and educational success of children and youth by developing and providing leadership to advance school nursing practice. Overall Goal:…

National Coalition of Ethnic Minority Nurse Associations

…ion, Inc. (AAPINA) – National Alaska Native American Indian Nurses Association, Inc. (NANAINA) – National Association of Hispanic Nurses, Inc. (NAHN) – National Black Nurses Association, Inc. (NBNA) – Philippine Nurses Association of America, Inc. (PNAA) This collaboration gives voice to 350,000 minority nurses and to the lived health experience of a constituency marginalized from mainstream health delivery systems. Its…

2010 National HIV Summit

national state of HIV and AIDS and the projected increase of the HIV burden by National Epidemiology Center Director Dr. Eric Tayag and a presentation by the Deputy Director of Disease Control and Head of the AIDS/STD Section of the Ministry of Health, Malaysia – Dr. Sha’ari Bin Ngadiman on the strategies in addressing the epidemic as implemented by neighbor countries. The Summit will be open to media. Philippine National AIDS Council Chair…

Philippine Association of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons (PATACSI),

…ociation of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons (PATACSI), Incorporated is the organization of all certified thoracic and cardiovascular surgeons practicing in the Philippines. It is an official affiliate association of the Philippine Medical Association (PMA) and the Philippine College of Surgeons (PCS). It is a recognized non-stock corporation under Philippine Laws with principal office at the Philippine Heart Center, Quezon City. On April 8,…

Airline Nurse Philippines

…t including hospitals and commercial airlines. The latter basically works as a nurse for the armed forces. Nurses who are interested to become an airline nurse can either chose to become a military nurse or a civilian nurse. Military nurses undergo additional training and orientation that pertains to the role of the military. For further information, one can go to the Philippine Air force to inquire and apply. On the other hand, the most common…

Philippine-American Educational Foundation (PAEF)

…oreign countries and sharing new horizons are all part of what has come to be known as the “Fulbright experience.” Principal funding support for the exchange programs administered by PAEF comes from the United States and the Philippine governments. In addition, the Philippine Department of Agriculture, the Philippine Commission on Higher Education, the Washington SyCip Family Foundation, Northwest Airlines, the Freeman Foundation and the Fund…

Philippine-American Educational Foundation (PAEF)

…ries and sharing new horizons are all part of what has come to be known as the “Fulbright experience.” Principal funding support for the exchange programs administered by PAEF comes from the United States and the Philippine governments. In addition, the Philippine Department of Agriculture, the Philippine Commission on Higher Education, the Washington SyCip Family Foundation, Northwest Airlines, the Freeman Foundation and the Fund…

How to be a Military Nurse

…ry nurse could be assigned in fields where there could be combat action and one would be potentially dealing with wounds, caused by explosions or guns. To be a military nurse, one apparently needs to be in active duty to the military, which on the other hand may entail some supplementary military training. This means one needs to apply in the Commission in the Nurse Corps of the Armed Forces. Qualifications are as follows: One should be a…

Nursing Jobs in the Government

…tance may require nurses in the military in all its three branches, army, navy and air force. Becoming a military nurse however, may entail additional training especially if one will be assigned in the fields. The Philippine National Police may also need nurses because police officers are also susceptible to health injuries because of the nature of their job. However, the most common nursing employment in the government is public health nursing….

6th National Conference in Health Professions Education by the National Teacher Training Center for Health Professions

The National Teacher Training Center for the Health Professions will be holding its 6th Conference in Health Professions Education on January 19-20,2010 in connnection with the center’s 35th Founding Anniversary. The scientific committee has already prepared a comprehensive and future-looking program for all health profesionals who are engage in teaching and training other professionals in all settings. The conference theme is…

Nurses – All Areas

Company: Skills International Company Inc. Nurses – All Areas King Fahn Armed Forces Hospital Riyadh Military Hospital Al Hada & Taif Military Hospital Armed Forces Hospital Programme Northwest Armed Forces Hospital Earn from US$6,400 – US$14,080 per annum. Final interview dates: November 6-9; 20-23, 2006 Requirements: – Female – Bachelor Degree (College/University Graduate) – Must be registered with Minimum…