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Ashton Macey Healthcare Staffing Solutions

April 14, 2015 Category :Placement Agencies 0

Technically speaking, Ashton Macey is an Employment business and therefore employs staff directly, making them available to you when you need them. We remove the concerns, time and costs that go hand in hand with advertising for staff, i.e. police checks, interviewing, short listing, training, administration, risk of non starters or time wasters, maternity / […]

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Rewarding Opportunity in the UK for Filipino Nurses!

March 27, 2015 Category :Immigration Consultancy 2

NSN Worldwide prides itself on its impeccable international standards. They are a credible, caring andtruly affordable alternative. They offer a friendly personal service to help you study in the UK through an affordable, rewarding and life changing experience. NSN could be the key to improving your life. If you are a Nursing graduate, they can […]

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More Filipino Nurses Now Opting To Work in UK Than US

March 1, 2015 Category :Nursing News 1

More and more Filipino nurses are now opting to work in the United Kingdom than in the United States, according to local recruiters. Citing data from the UK Borders and Immigration Agency, recruitment leaders yesterday said that the number of Filipino nurses deployed to UK in the past three years has already surpassed those deployed […]

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Intensive Care Nurses Have Doubts About Method For Establishing Brain Death

January 24, 2015 Category :All About Nursing 0

More than half of Sweden’s intensive care nurses doubt that a clinical neurological examination can establish that a patient is brain dead. Intensive care nurses also perceive that this uncertainty can affect relatives when the question of organ donation is raised, is reveiled in a thesis from the Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. End-of-life […]

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Filipinos and Indians Dominate Nursing Profession in UAE

December 26, 2014 Category :Nursing News 2

A research conducted by the association of nurses in the United Arab Emirates showed that Filipinos and Indian nationals dominate the nursing workforce in UAE. UAE news site Khaleej Times said According to the study, of the total 23,433 nurses from different nationalities working in the country, only 759 were Emiratis. Of this total, only […]

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To BSN or Not to BSN – That is the Nurse’s Question!

December 24, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 0

When you are considering a career in nursing, your decision should be based on a lot of factors. You don’t just take BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) right after high school just for the sake of going to college. To BSN or not to BSN – how do you really decide? It is important […]

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Filipina Nurse Wins Leadership Award in New York City

December 23, 2014 Category :Nursing News 0

It is common knowledge that Filipina nurses working abroad are well-liked by patients because of their efficient performance. Most of all, they have gentle touch and innate kindness. One of these nurses is Belina Diaz-Perez, nurse manager of the Coronary Care Unit of Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City. She recently received the prestigious […]

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Health secretary tells students: Avoid nursing

November 7, 2014 Category :Nursing News 0

Even Health Secretary Enrique Ona is advising incoming college students: Stay out of nursing. In a consultation here on Monday, Ona noted that too many nurses were needing jobs here and abroad, while many nursing schools were closing following a government-mandated review of their quality of instruction. “If I have a daughter today, I would […]

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Body of Ilonggo nurse killed in New Zealand quake identified

November 2, 2014 Category :Nursing News 0

The remains of one of the two missing Ilonggo nurses trapped in a building that collapsed in February 22 earthquake in Christchurch City in New Zealand has been identified. The body of Valquin Bensurto, 23, from Jaro District in Iloilo City, was identified among those recovered from the collapsed Canterbury Television (CTV) Building, Bensurto’s elder […]

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3rd Philippine Caregiver Summit

November 1, 2014 Category :Announcements 0

Demand for caregivers worldwide likely will double by 2050 as baby boomers age around the world (USA Today reports), particularly in First World countries. Filipino Caregivers have been slowly and surely occupying this demand and the demand continues. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to reach out to thousands of Filipinos considering Caregiving careers. 3rd […]

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Nurses swamp DoLE for rural jobs

October 30, 2014 Category :Nursing News 0

Only a day after it announced that it was recruiting nurses for rural health work, the Department of Labor and Employment (DoLE) was swamped by more than 15,000 applicants, a labor official said Tuesday. DoLE spokesperson Nicon Fameronag said that as of 1:42 p.m. Tuesday, 15,858 online applicants had registered for the 10,000 slots of […]

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Job scammers target medical workers

October 30, 2014 Category :Announcements 0

Medical students, graduates, and practitioners seem to be the favorite targets of employment scammers, the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration said. Administrator Jennifer Jardin-Manalili said her office has received various reports regarding the illegal recruitment of medical professionals and skilled workers. The Philippine Embassy in Berne has verified that a certain “Semino Private Hospital”, which claims […]

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House Leaders Seek Probe of Nursing OJT

October 29, 2014 Category :Nursing News 0

MANILA, Philippines—House leaders on Saturday called for an investigation into the pernicious practice of levying fees on registered nurses seeking on-the-job training with hospitals and medical institutions. According to House Assistant Majority Leader Karlo Alexei Nograles Why should nurses be treated this way? This is an immoral and unacceptable practice, if indeed this is true […]

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Helpful Tips for Finding a Job as an RN Nurse

October 29, 2014 Category :Nursing Articles 2

The nursing profession is one of the most in demand jobs today. A manifestation of this is that the United States and Canada have been hiring Registered Nurses from other countries, especially from the Philippines. However, most nursing graduates who recently passed the board exams find it hard to get a job. Partly because they […]

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A Career Nursing – Is it the Right Choice for You?

October 28, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 1

Are you contemplating on what to take up in college? Or are you one who is looking for a change in career? Are you considering of getting a nursing degree but you are having second thoughts if this is the right career for you? It is important that this fact is mentioned: nursing is not […]

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THE COMMONWEALTH INSTITUTE (TCI)

October 22, 2014 Category :Training Centers 0

THE COMMONWEALTH INSTITUTE (TCI) is an IELTS test preparation center in Makati.  It was established in 2003 with a singular mission: to enable its students to achieve proficiency in English language use and pass any of the English language proficiency examinations administered by universities and testing institutions here and abroad.

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More want to be doctors as global demand for nurses declines

October 19, 2014 Category :Nursing News 0

Amid the decline in the global demand for Filipino nurses, more graduates of science-related courses are now pursuing a degree in medicine, the Board of Medicine said over the weekend. Board of Medicine member Jose Cueto said the lessening of employment opportunities for nurses abroad seems to have contributed to the increase in National Medical […]

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Nurses Training Fee: IS IT LEGAL?

October 18, 2014 Category :All About Nursing 0

Is the practice among hospitals to charge training fees by as much as P20,000 on nurses legal? Eastern Samar Ben Evardone is urging the appropriate committee in the House of Representatives to look into this, raising alarm that hospitals, both government and private, may already be exploiting the nurses.

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The only Filipino nurse to pass Japan’s nursing exam

October 17, 2014 Category :Nursing News 0

Nurse Ever Lalin, like others in the first batch of 98 nurses and caregivers who went to Japan May last year for a training stint preparatory to taking the Japanese nursing licensure exam, had no prior lessons in the Niponggo language. “Halimaw ah (A monster’s feat),” cheered nurse bloggers when it was announced last March […]

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Foreign nurses in Japan decry tough pass-or-go-home exams

October 17, 2014 Category :Nursing News 0

TOKYO—Japan allows hundreds of Southeast Asian nurses to work on short-term contracts, but the health-care workers say the exams they must pass for the right to stay longer are so tough that almost all flunk them. Nurses and care-givers from Indonesia and the Philippines are now asking their host country to relax the requirements that […]

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