Medtivia is the leader in providing highly qualified, licensed Filipino nurses to staff US hospitals. Medtivia is an international nurse staffing agency that specializes in the recruitment, training, and timely delivery of carefully screened registered nurses from the Philippines. Our sole purpose is to build your medical facility’s permanent nursing staff through temp to perm [...]
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As the industry leader in travel nurse staffing for over 23 years, AMN Healthcare is not just any travel nurse agency. What AMN Healthcare provides is strategic, value-based facility nurse staffing solutions across a vast continuum of specialties and assignment lengths, and the most complete, diverse network of qualified travel nursing professionals available. Through their [...]
Nursing ethics refers to the principles or standards that guide or direct appropriate conduct in the practice of the nursing professions particularly in relating or treating humans for the protection of their rights. In Egypt where majority of the population are Muslims basically adheres to the religious principles of Islam in the establishment of the [...]
With the aging baby boom generation, the demand for health and medical care service had considerably increased in the last two decades amidst the continued relative world peace that modern society had experienced. Canada is among the many nations, who is experiencing this demand for health care services to an extent that it requires outsourcing [...]
Being a nurse has a lot of responsibilities. Taking good care for the patients needs a hundred percent focus and attention. The Filipino’s are known for being patience and hardworking when it comes to their responsibilities. Being a nurse as a profession entails a lot of experiences and seminars to attend to in order to [...]
Singapore officially the Republic of Singapore is a Southern Asian city-state of the Southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. It is an island country made up of 63 islands. Over the last decade, Singapore’s economy has progressively grown to be the Southeast Asian Goliath that they are today. Investors both local and International are taking [...]
Cebuana nurse, Princess Angela Abella, 23, was named 2011 Miss Resorts World Manila at ceremonies held at the Newport Performing Arts Theater last Aug. 27. Princess Angela was born in Brunei Darussalam, she got a P500,000 project deal as Miss Viva talent. Runners-up are Ladylyn Riva (left), 23, first, with P300,000 worth of prizes; [...]
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 [...]
The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) in cooperation with the Japan International Corporation of Welfare Services (JICWELS) is now accepting applicants for the recruitment of the 3rd batch of caregivers and nurses for Japan. Based on the experience of the first and second deployments, majority of the Japanese institutions prefer candidates from age bracket 20 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Are you in the nursing profession? Have you always wanted to travel? However, having limited or no budget at all prevents you from realizing your dream? Have you heard of travel nursing? Being a nurse doesn’t necessarily mean being stuck in a hospital. There are a lot of career opportunities for nurses and travel nursing [...]
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.
Guest Speaker: Mr. Ronnel E. De La Cruz, MD, RN – ECG Nursing Lecturer of Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College (College of Nursing)
Over 37,000 out of 91, 008 passed the Nurse Licensure Examination that was given last July, according to a release by the Professional Regulatory Commission. At least 37, 679 examinees passed the exams that were given in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Dagupan, Davao, Iloilo, La Union, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Pampanga, [...]
A GLUT of graduates has thinned out chances of employment for the country’s nurses, the owner of one of Cebu’s leading medical schools said yesterday. Dr. Potenciano Larrazabal Jr., owner and president of Cebu Doctor’s University, said nursing schools should hire or help their nurses find employment in hospitals.
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 [...]
CALIFORNIA, United States—I love Filipino nurses. Next to cheap garments at Wal-Mart and female impersonators, I’d have to put them on the top of the list as the Philippines’ leading export. If the country had a team mascot, it would have to be the “Fighting Nurses.” (Notre Dame has the “Fighting Irish,” why not?) So, [...]
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.
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 [...]