A new study has proven that people with long-standing diabetes are prone to impairment of their ankle function despite not having peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy, which is linked to diabetes, is a progressive deterioration of nerve function in the extremities that can cause chronic pain, numbness, weakness and tingling sensations in the feet.
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MNL Migration Consultancy can assist you obtain your Registration as a Nurse in Australia. At some stage of the process, they can get you a temporary visa to work while completing your requirements for registration in Australia. MNL Migration Consultancy can also assist you and your family obtain a permanent residency. Location: MNL Migration Consultancy […]
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 […]
Comprehensive Nurse Staffing (CMS) is an organization that is devoted to solving the staffing needs of hospitals & other healthcare facilities through placement of their expertly credentialed pool of foreign nurses. CMS provides Nurses and Hospital Clients a comprehensive package of services through its U.S. and foreign offices. These services include: 1. Convenient on-line Nurse […]
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 […]
The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) announced recently the top-performing schools offering the Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs in the country for 2009. These schools rated higher than 40.70% national passing average set by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the school’s number of exam takers in the 2009 June and November results of […]
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 […]
No workplace has escaped the touch of technology, including nursing. Nursing is still, and will always be, a field where technology has had a huge impact on the way that nurses do their job. While some of the technological advances have made the nurse’s job easier, others have been implemented as a price saving measure, […]
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MANILA, Philippines—The Commission on Higher Education has imposed a moratorium on the opening of new programs in business administration, nursing, teacher education, hotel and restaurant management, and information technology education, effective school year 2011-2012, it was learned Tuesday.
The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) warned nursing schools with dismal board examination passing rates to shape up within the next three years or close shop. CHEd Executive Director Julito Vitriolo said on Tuesday that “more than 100 nursing schools” around the country would be closed by 2013 if their average board exam passing rate […]
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 […]
Following are the top 10 nursing board examinees: 1. Weanne Myrrh Razon Estrada, Adventist University Of The Philippines: 88.40% 2. Mary Grace Bermudez Rallo, Central Luzon Doctor’s Hospital Educational Institution: 86.80% 3. Maria Kristina Pamintuan Bicas, Saint Louis University: 86.60% 4. Vanessa Garma Elumbaring, Saint Mary’s College-Tagum: 86.40% Kimberly Medina Malubago Southern Luzon State University-Lucban […]
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 […]
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 […]
Cleverlearn English Language Institute (CELI) is a fast- growing international school based in the Philippines with offices in various countries across the world. Cleverlearn is an American-owned ESL school, founded in 1999 in Sta. Monica, California, USA. Started its Philippine operations, Cebu City, Ramos Campus in 2005 and have expanded to Mactan, Cebu on June […]
There are many reasons why one would want to change a career in nursing such as the strong demand or employment opportunities abroad, high salary prospects, and more meaningful work to society. However, changing one’s career is not as easy as turning a left or right direction. Instead, it’s a decision that entails a lot […]
Every child’s dream when they were still young was to help the person who‘s in needs. Ask them the question what is their ambition in life, without hesitations they will answers back “I want to be a nurse when I grow up”. This scenario inculcates in their minds and upon finishing their high school education […]
A one-off consultation with a nurse at the end of cancer treatment can make a difference to a patient’s ongoing physical and emotional wellbeing. The Queensland University of Technology (QUT ) School of Nursing and Midwifery has designed a program to assist cancer survivors in self-managing their health and emotional concerns. Participants in this pilot […]