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Nurses’ Long Work Hours, Scheduling Can Increase Patient Mortality

May 8, 2011 Category :All About Nursing| Nursing News 0

A new study has found that patient deaths from pneumonia and acute myocardial infarction were significantly more likely in hospitals where nurses reported schedules with long work hours. The finding was just one of several revelations from a study of nurses’ work schedules, patient outcomes, and staffing led by University of Maryland School of Nursing […]

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Congratulations to the new nurses!

February 23, 2011 Category :Announcements 0

Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals. A total of 29,711 out of 84,287 passed the Dec 2010 Nurse Licensure Examination given by the Board of Nursing. Those who will register are required to bring the following: * Duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal * current Community […]

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The Country’s Most Prestigious Image Model Search for Nurses is ON!

January 24, 2011 Category :Announcements 1

Be a Proud NURSE. Be the 2011 RACHELL ALLEN Image Model. Rachell Allen USA is looking for registered nurses and nursing students who will best represent Rachell Allen’s vision of Global Nursing Excellence. Now on its 2nd year, the most awaited Image Model Search for Nurses aims to set higher standards in Nursing Education and […]

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Deadlines for Filing of Applications for the July 2011 Nurses Licensure Examination (NLE)

January 17, 2011 Category :Announcements 0

The Professional Regulation Commission announces that applicants for the July 2011 Nurses Licensure Examination may now file their applications at the PRC Central Office located at P. Paredes St., Sampaloc, Manila and in all PRC regional offices in the cities of Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and satellite […]

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50th Anniversary Foundation and Y2011 Biennial Convention by the National League of Philippine Government Nurses (NLPGN) Inc.

January 7, 2011 Category :Announcements 0

The National League of Philippine Government Nurses (NLPGN) Inc. will hold its 50th Anniversary Foundation (Golden) and Y2011 Biennial Convention on 27-28 January 2011 at the Cebu Business Center Hotel, Cebu City. The convention is anchored to the theme “Journeying with New Challenges in Providing Safe, Humane and Globally Competitive Nursing Care“. For inquiries, contact […]

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Application for the 3rd Batch of Nurses and Caregivers for Japan is Now Open

January 2, 2011 Category :Announcements 4

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 […]

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Israel not hiring Filipino nurses

December 6, 2010 Category :Nursing News 0

MANILA, Philippines—Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz on Monday warned Filipino nurses to reject “fictitious” job offers in Israel as that country was not hiring nurses. Baldoz said she had received reports that unscrupulous recruiters were still asking nurses to work in a non-existent hospital in Israel. “Israel is not hiring Filipino nurses. Filipinos are hired in […]

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Great Job Demands for Registered Nurses

December 5, 2010 Category :All About Nursing 1

Nursing is one of the largest health care professions in the United States alone. Did you know that there in the US there are about 3 million registered nurses? Aside from seeing nurses in hospitals, there are other areas where there is a great need for RNs – like nursing homes, hospices, private corporations, schools, […]

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Can You Be a Nursing Educator?

November 9, 2010 Category :All About Nursing 1

Are you becoming so burned out working as a nurse in a hospital or related institution? The nursing profession can drain an individual emotionally and physically. It is for this reason that careful planning is necessary for a career transition later in life. With proper planning, finding alternative nursing jobs is not as hard as […]

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What is Occupational Health Nursing?

November 1, 2010 Category :All About Nursing 0

Nurses play an essential role in the health care system. They are the ones who provide basic patient care. They attend to every patient’s needs. The nursing profession is diverse. Nurses are not only those who wear white with caps on their heads and administer medications to patients by their bedsides. There are actually several […]

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What Does a Licensed Practical Nurse Do?

October 28, 2010 Category :All About Nursing 0

A Licensed Practical Nurse is a professional who assists a registered nurse or a medical doctor in examining and treating patients. Most students opt to study Practical Nursing because they only need to be in school for at least a year, unlike taking a bachelor’s degree which takes four years to complete. In order to […]

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Know the Ins and Outs of the Critical Nursing Field

October 27, 2010 Category :All About Nursing 0

What is critical care nursing? When people hear critical health care patients, most of the time, these are patients that have life-threatening conditions and are confined in the intensive care unit of the hospital. Those nurses who can render duty works in ICUs are called critical care nurses. Critical care nursing is a specialization in […]


GSN-International Skills Enhancement & Education Center (GSN-ISEEC)

October 12, 2010 Category :Training Centers 2

Provides the HIGHEST QUALITY TRAINING for Nurses who plan to work abroad and at Centers of Excellence in the Philippines. Center that offers health care providers well-structured program, Comprehensive, Live & Interactive Discussion. Provides Clinical Training and Education to give Nurses and other Healthcare Professionals a SIGNIFICANT COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE in advancing their professional careers as well as SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASING […]

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General First Aid and Basic Life Support

September 18, 2010 Category :Announcements 0

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This is a 40-hour course that will suit a range of professionals and others who need to know how to deal with emergency situations. It includes theoretical aspect of General First Aid and Basic Life Support skills on a scenario-based and interactive learning with self-testing exercises.

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Electrocardiogram (ECG NURSING)

September 13, 2010 Category :Announcements 2

Guest Speaker: Mr. Ronnel E. De La Cruz, MD, RN – ECG Nursing Lecturer of Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College (College of Nursing)

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37, 679 out of 91,008 pass Nursing board—PRC

August 31, 2010 Category :Announcements 2

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, […]

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Ateneo de Naga student tops Nursing board

August 31, 2010 Category :Nursing Schools 0

A nursing student from the Ateneo de Naga topped the Nursing Licensure Examination that was given last July, according to the Professional regulation Commission in a statement. Rayan Abogado Oliva got a rating of 86.80 percent, the PRC said. Others in the Top 10 are: 1. Rayan Abogado Oliva Ateneo de Naga 86.80% 2. Aileen […]


Hospitals urged to hire ‘surplus nurses’

August 31, 2010 Category :Nursing News 1

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.

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California hospital bans hiring of Filipino nurses

August 23, 2010 Category :Nursing News 0

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, […]

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August 8, 2010 Category :Placement Agencies 2

MRG Health Care Services provide 24 hours coverage for nurses, midwives, caregivers and nursing aides. Private duty nurses will cater to the needs of clients in different areas of specialties such as ICU, medical-surgical, pediatric, elderly care etc. Midwives, Caregivers and Nursing Aides will provide non-intensive assistive care to different clients. We provide Quality care and service within your budget […]

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