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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Goodluck to all Nurses taking Nov 2009 NLE Test Takers

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I just want to wish all you nurses taking the NLE November 2009 the best of luck.



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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Pinoy nurses can register online for UAE employment exams

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Filipino nurses can now apply for work at the United Arab Emirates online, as a shortage of nurses there has prompted it to set up an online recruitment system for such caregivers.

A report on UAE-based Khaleej Times said the UAE Ministry of Health now allows applicants to register for entry exams online rather than in person.

“We launched the new registration system on the ministry website six months ago, and we have been getting hundreds of applications everyday," said Dr Fatima Al Rifaee, Director of the Federal Nursing Department in the ministry.

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Monday, November 23, 2009

Pinoy nurses fill vacancies in specialised areas in UK hospitals

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SALISBURY, England - The United Kingdom nursing work force is ageing and British nurses are leaving the country to work in the United States and in recent years, in Australia.

These are some of the contributing factors for the shortage of qualified nurses in the UK both in the National Health Service or NHS and the private sector.

The UK faces the so-called graying of the population of the nursing work force and the younger ones are not interested in the nursing profession because they have more options for jobs that offer better pay and working condition. Those who leave the county to work elsewhere are driven by better pay and living conditions.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Pinoy nurse lauded in Washington DC

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The Philippine Embassy in Washington DC, USA has lauded a Filipina who was chosen as one of this year’s student scholars of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA).

Philippine Ambassador to the United States Willy Gaa cited Melanie Singh for being chosen as one of the 15 undergraduate scholars of the APNA-Janssen Student Scholarship Program and the only Filipina to receive the said scholarship this year.

In a letter to Singh, Gaa emphasized that the scholarship award “reflects highly of her academic performance and professional potential.”

“The scholarship award likewise underscores your exceptional ability to maintain your deep socio-civic and cultural involvement, particularly in promoting your Filipino heritage, at Catholic University of America and throughout the District 6 membership,” Ambassador Gaa stated in his letter to Singh.

Singh will be studying at the Catholic University of America in Washington DC, a national university of the Catholic Church and the only higher education institution founded by the US bishops. (Madel R. Sabater)


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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Fewer Pinoy nurses seek jobs in US

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MANILA –Joblessness in the US could be a reason why the number of Filipino nurses taking the United States national licensure examinations decreased, the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines said on Thursday.

"The confidence of foreign workers in America’s economic supremacy has clearly been shaken by the staggering job losses there," TUCP secretary general Ernesto Herrera said in a press statement.


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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Some Pinoy nurses no longer seek US jobs

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According to the Trade Union Congress of the Philippines (TUCP), the number of nurses who indicated their desire to look for US jobs plunged by 21.38 percent in the past nine months this year.

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Monday, November 2, 2009

Filipino Nurses in Canada: In Search of a Better Life

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In this interview, Evelyn Calugay, a veteran Filipino nurse in Canada, shares her experience when she decided to move to Canada. She also shares her opinion about Canadian policies that are detrimental to foreign-trained nurses.

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