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Monday, December 5, 2011

6 Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

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When it comes to their health, says Dr. Holt, guys are notorious for doing too little, too late. As men, we’re told to play through the pain, tough it out, shake it off, and suck it up. There are a dozen other variations of the same message, and they’re all code for: Ignore your symptoms.

And why not? What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger, right?

Here’s the problem: Things kill us all the time. Even when we're young. In fact, guys between the ages of 20 and 40 are twice as likely to die as women, says Dr. Holt.

Most of us, I'd hope, would call a doctor if we were struck by blinding head pain, suddenly couldn't feel one side of our body, or, frankly, noticed fist-size bumps emerging from our foreheads. But some symptoms aren't so obviously dire. We asked writer Allen St. John to put together a list of surprising symptoms you should never ignore. Why? Because your life may literally be hanging in the balance. Call your doctor immediately if you feel . . .

1. SEVERE BACK PAIN
What it feels like: Similar to the kind of agony you'd expect if you'd tried to bench press an armoire. The usual remedies—heat, rest, OTC painkillers—offer no relief.

What it could be: "If it's not related to exercise, sudden severe back pain can be the sign of an aneurysm," says Sigfried Kra, M.D., an associate professor at the Yale school of medicine. Particularly troubling is an abdominal aneurysm, a dangerous weakening of the aorta just above the kidneys. If it bursts, you’ll die within minutes.

A less threatening possibility: You have a kidney stone, in which case you'll only wish you were dead.

How to fix it: Aneurysms can be treated with blood-pressure medication or surgery to implant a synthetic graft.



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Friday, November 25, 2011

How to pass the Dec 2011 Nursing Board Exam?

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Stuff to do to pass the December 2011 Nursing Board Exam

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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Deployment ban, muling tinalakay ng POEA board

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MANILA – Nagpulong nitong Biyernes ng gabi ang mga miyembro ng Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) Board para talakayin ang ipinalabas na resolusyon tungkol sa deployment ban ng mga overseas Filipino worker sa 41 bansa.

Ayon kay presidential spokesman Edwin Lacierda, ang pulong ay ginawa batay na rin sa kahilingan ng Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) na ipagpaliban ang pagpapatupad ng resolusyon habang kinakausap nila ang mga apektadong bansa.

“Last night I think the POEA Board met to discuss the request of the DFA to defer the ban (but) I’m not clear ano naging decision ng POEA," paliwanag ni Lacierda nang makapanayam sa dzRB radio nitong Sabado.

Si Department of Labor and Employment secretary Rosalinda Baldoz ang umuupong chairperson ng POEA governing board. Samantala, nagsisilbi namang vice chairman ng board si POEA administrator Carlos Cao Jr.

Sinabi ni Lacierda na “understandable" na kapwa nagpapahalaga ang DFA at DOLE sa kapakanan ng mga OFW sa bansa na kanilang pupuntahan.

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Deadline of Application for December 2011 Nursing Board Exam

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Deadline for the filing of application for December 2011 NLE:
1. Repeaters – September 16
2. New or first timers – October 21

Requirements for first-time applicants for December 2011 NLE:

*Original and photocopy of Transcript of Records with scanned picture and remarks, “For Board Examination Purposes”

*Original and photocopy of Birth Certificate issued by the National Statistics Office in security paper

*Original and photocopy of Marriage Certificate issued by the NSO in security paper

*Summary of related learning experiences signed by the College of Nursing Dean

*Summary of cases handled and signed by clinical instructors, school coordinator, dean and/or chief nurse

*Three (3) pieces of recent passport-size colored pictures in plain white background with complete name tag

*2011 Community Tax Certificate;

*One (1) piece of window envelope with postage stamp worth P9.

*Examination fee is P900.

Note: A copy of birth or marriage certificate from the local civil registrar must be submitted if the NSO copy is not legible.

Repeaters need to bring any of the following :

*Report of Ratings

*Notice of Admission, or Official Receipt of the previous examination

*Three (3) passport size colored photos in plain white background with complete name tag

*One (1) piece of window envelope with postage stamp worth P9, and community tax certificate.

Applicants should apply personally and there will no extension of the filing of application.

For additional information visit http://www.prc.gov.ph




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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Canada introduces new 'super visa' for families

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MONTREAL — Canadian officials on Friday announced a new two-year, multi-entry "super visa" for parents and grandparents of immigrants settled in Canada.

The move came after wait times for sponsorship of "family class" applications had grown to an unwieldy seven years or longer.

"Without taking action, those times will continue to grow, and that is unacceptable," said Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney in announcing the move.

"Action must be taken to cut the backlog, reduce the wait times, and ensure that the parents and grandparents program is sustainable over the long run," Kenney said.

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Saturday, November 12, 2011

New guidelines on offloading Pinoy passengers out by Nov.

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Philippine Vice President Jejomar Binay said the new guidelines on "offloading" or barring passengers from flying to certain countries, including the United Arab Emirates, may come out by November.

According to a report of Gulf News, Binay disclosed this information over the weekend during a visit to Abu Dhabi.

“We have agreed to come up with a set of clear-cut guidelines, a checklist of the questions that will be asked and documents to be presented. Other IACAT (Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking) member agencies will accompany BI officials in interviewing (travelers)," Binay was quoted as saying.

“We have agreed to come up with a set of clear-cut guidelines, a checklist of the questions that will be asked and documents to be presented. Other IACAT (Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking) member agencies will accompany BI officials in interviewing (travelers)," Binay added.

The IACAT formed a technical working group to review the offloading policy amid extortion complaints against some immigration officials.

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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Nurse Recruitment Firms

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The following comprises the most extensive list of nurse recruitment firms, both in the U.S. and interntionally. Our firm represnts over 100 hospitals and thousands of foreign nurses. This page can help you find a career in nursing and a hospital which will sponsor you for permanent residence.
Persons who are not nurses who are searching for job opportunities may obtain access to over 500,000 jobs

Access Nursing Services — (212) 206-9200 New York

Adevia Health — (800) 293-9138 UK-based with offices worldwide.

ADEX Medical Staffing, LLC — (866) 341-2339 Alpharetta, GA

AGA Global Resources — (845) 268-2395 New York. Specializes in nurses from the Philippines.

Alda Professional Placement Services — (732) 398-9974 Plano, TX. Specializes in nurses from the Philippines, India and China.

All About Staffing, Inc. — 1-800-737-8661 Sunrise, FL with offices in India and the Philippines.

Alpha International Employment Services — (213) 383-0938 Los Angeles, CA with an office in the Philippines. Specializes in nurses from the Philippines.

Amerecares — (310) 492-5727 California.

ASMCI USA — (661) 943-6549 Lancaster, CA with offices in the Philippines.

Assignment America — (866) 593-8178 Massachussettes. A recruiting affiliate of Cross Country Healthcare, Inc.

Avant Healthcare Professionals — (407) 681-2999 Florida. Firms in the Philippines, Hong Kong, New Zealand, India and Poland.

Blue Heron HealthPro — (866) 795-4279 New York.

Bonacare USA — (866) 527-2882 Saint Louis, MO. Offices in South Korea.

Bridge Staffing, Inc. — (866) 661-7070 Alabama. Only recruits nurses from English speaking countries.

Cambridge Healthcare — (800) 811-5549 Ellicott City, MD with offices in the Philippines, UAE, and India.

Carex Global Recruitment — San Jose, CA with offices in the Philippines, Singapore and Turkey.

CBH Healthcare Recruiter. — (602) 404-0417 Phoenix, AZ.

Chembola American Group — (914) 793-0183 New York, India based nurse recruiter.

Christine Paris Enterprises USA Inc. — (305) 971-5934 Miami, FL.

Cirrus Global — (632) 817-6172 Philippines based nurse recruiter, with an office in the US.

Comprehensive New Era Resource Group International, Inc. (CNERGI) — (415) 955-0528 USA, with an office in the Philippines and Canada.

Connectics Nursing — San Diego, CA. Specialized in nurse recruitment within the U.S., Canada, Middle East, Australia, and New Zealand.

DB Healthcare — (781) 273-3244 Burlington, MA. Also has multiple CGFNS & NCLEX Training Centers around India. Nurses from India and the Philippines.

DirectSource Healthcare — (732) 303-8200 New Jersey

Everest Health Care Services, LLC — (732) 548-2700 Edison, NJ with an office in India and the Philippines.

EZ Staffing, Inc. — (866) 363-2500 California

GlobalCare, Inc. — (888) 538-8899 California, with office in the Philippines.

Global Healthcare Group — (717) 540-1500 or (800) 364-1218 Pennsylvania, with office in India. Has affiliates in the Philippines, Canada and the UK.

Global Healthcare Resources, Inc. — (703) 481-2204 Virginia

Global Medical Staffing, LLC — Greensboro, NC with offices in Romania and Moldova. Recruites nurses from Eastern Europe,Nigeria, China, Vietnam and Central and South America.

Global Nurse Recruiters Corporation — (877) 888-9216 Gainesville, FL.

Global Nurses Network — (408) 361-8014 Wisconsin, with an office in India.

GlobalNursesOnline.com — (800) 323-7408 California, with an office in the UK.

Global Nursing International — (404) 474-2755 Atlanta, GA.

Global RNsource — (800) 479-7948 or (310) 909-8813 California

GlobeMed Resources — Virginia, with offices in the UK and numerous cities in India.

Grow, Inc. — (632) 893- 5267 Philippines, with an office in the US.

HCCA International — (800) 932-4685 Brentwood, TN with offices in the UK and the Philippines.

Healthcare Resources International, LLC — Burlington, CT.

HealthStar International, Inc. — (979) 282-9009 Wharton, TX. Recruites nurses from India and the Philippines.

HMI – Health Management, Inc. — (202) 887-8110 Washington, DC with an office in India.

HealthSource Global Staffing — (800) 458-8973 San Francisco, CA.

Horizon Recruitment Pacific Corporation — (632) 724-8601 The Philippines

Humane Concepts Healthcare Professionals Inc. — (908) 964-3397 Union, NJ. Recruits nurses from the UK, Canada and Australia.

Institute of California Bilingual Medical Staffing — (310) 443-4178 Los Angeles, CA with an office in Mexico.

International Healthcare Recruiters, Inc. — (954) 723-1253 Plantation, FL.

International MedLink – (615) 385-7236 Nashville, TN with offices in The Philippines.

International Recruiting Group, Inc. — (213) 632-1800 Los Angeles

InterStaff, Inc. — Houston, TX.

IPAMS – Industrial Personnel and Management Services, Inc. — Philippines based global recruitment firm.

John Clements Consultants, Inc. — (632) 884-1227 The Philippines

Job2Career — (866) 714-3220 Miami, FL with an office in India and Dubai.

JUNO Healthcare Staffing, LLC — (718) 396-7325 Elmhurst, NY.

Kennedy Healthcare Recruiting, Inc. — (413) 517-0063 Northampton, MA.

Lloyd Healthcare Staffing — USA

Medical Dynamic Systems Incorporated — (212) 777-8490 New York City

Medical Human Resources, LLC — (800) 561-9224 San Diego, CA.

Medliant — (650) 377-0990 San Mateo, CA with an office in the Philippines.

Med Search International, Inc. — (773) 924-2435 Chicago, IL with an office in The Philippines.

MED Talents, Inc. — (201) 384-7400 Bergenfield, NJ.

Mepco International — India, with an office in Dubai. info@mepcointernational.com

Modi Healthcare Placement — (646) 367-8914 India

NC Staffing — (888) 627-8233 Little Rock, AR.

Nurse Immigration Services, Inc. — (831) 425-5820 Santa Cruz, CA with an office in The Philippines. Has affiliates in Canada, India, South Africa, China and Ghana.

Nurse Immigration USA, LLC — (520) 281-0125 Nogales, AZ.

NursesJobUSA — (404) 849-0622 or (404) 368-2036 Marietta, GA.

Nurses Network International — (866) 868-7737 Raleigh, NC.

Nurses ‘R’ Special — (818) 242-6333 Glendale, CA with an office in The Philippines.

Nurses to USA, Inc. — (352) 333-7514 Gainesville, FL.

Nursiko Technologies, Inc. — (732) 991-2213 USA

O’Grady Peyton International — (877) 504-7794 USA, with offices in Australia, South Africa, the UK, and Ireland.

On-Site Medical Staffing – (260) 434-1981 Fort Wayne, IN with no international offices.

Onward Healthcare — (800) 278-0332 Wilton, CT.

Pacific Link Healthcare — Atlanta, GA with offices in the UK, Philippines and India. webmaster@pacificlinkhealthcare.com

Pearls International Recruiting Agency — UK

Premier Healthcare Professionals — (866) 296-3247 Cumming, GA.

Professional Healthcare Resources — (866) 243-1234 Annandale, VA. Specializes in nurses from the Philippines.

Project Medic International — (949) 394-2383 Los Angeles, CA.

RCM Health Care Services — (212) 221-1544 New York City, with an office in the Philippines.

RN India — (866) 764-6342 Santa Monica, CA with offices in India.

RYMEK — (201) 368-8200 Paramus, NJ with an office in the Philippines.

Sentosa Recruitment Agency — (632) 633-8114 The Philippines, with an office in New York City.

Strategic Nurse Staffing — (866) 853-0227 Melville, NY.

Stateside Nursing International — (303) 926-7461 Louisville, CO with offices in the UK, The Philippines, Australia and Canada.

Stateside Nursing, Ltd. — 01923 213332 UK, with offices in the US. Only recruits nurses from English speaking countries.

Team Healthcare –(858) 523-9292 Rancho Santa Fe, CA. Specialized in healthcare recruitment in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Middle East, South Africa, Canada and the UK.

TGS Health Care Solutions, LLC — (732) 572-9600 ext.222 Edison, NJ.

Transpacific Nursing — (813) 230-4727 or (616) 304-3757 St. Petersburg, FL.

UniHealth America — (646) 536-3593 USA

United Nursing International — (866) 653-7111 or (972) 872-1736 USA

United Staffing Solutions, Inc. — (877) 468-7737 Culver City, CA.

Universal Staffing Services, Inc. — (632) 831-8470 Houston, TX.

White Glove — (866) 387-8100 Brooklyn, NY.

Wilson Staffing Network — (866) 686-1080 USA

Worldwide HealthStaff Associates, Ltd. — (866) 264-8022 Canada, with offices in the USA, UK, and The Philippines.

World Health Resources, Inc. — (201) 662-8907 Guttenberg, NJ with an office in the Philippines.

Worldwide Resource Network, Inc. — (919) 981-8888 Raleigh, NC with an office in the Philippines.


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PHL consulate in Dubai closed for six days in November

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The Philippine Consulate in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates is closed on November 1 and five other days this month.

In an announcement on its website, the Consulate said the closures are in observance of national holidays of the Philippines and the UAE.

Among the dates the Consulate will be closed are:


•November 1: All Saints Day (Philippines)

•Nov. 6 to 8: Eid'l Adha (Philippines/UAE)

•November 27: Al-Hijra (UAE)

•November 30: Bonifacio Day (Philippines)

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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

PHL passport applications in UAE can now be tracked online

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Instead of waiting at long lines, Filipinos applying for electronic passports in the United Arab Emirates can now track the progress of their applications online.

The initiative of the Consulate General is expected to benefit some 400,000 Filipinos based in Dubai and the northern emirates, the news site Gulf News reported.

Consul General Benito Valeriano urged Filipinos to monitor their passport applications online at http://passport.pcgdubai.net/ instead of calling the embassy about it.

Passport applicants will be asked to enter their first and late names, and the date of application.

However, the consulate clarified that "only passports applied on and after 01 February 2011 are available for tracking."

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Monday, November 7, 2011

Filipino job fair set in UAE Nov. 11 - Nursing Jobs Abroad

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Some 600 jobs from 25 firms in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will be up for grabs on November 11 at a job fair organized by Filipinos there, a Gulf News report said.

The Filipino Human Resources Practitioners Association-UAE (Fil-HR), a group of more than 100 hiring professionals, will hold the fair at the Al Safa Sports Hall from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Its third job fair is part of its ongoing effort to connect jobseekers to employers, news site Gulf News reported on Saturday ().

According to the Gulf News report, job applicants must prepare at least three curriculum vitaes on that day.

They will also be asked to register their personal information.

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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

20 Ways to prevent cancer

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First, the good news: You probably won’t get cancer.


That is, if you have a healthy lifestyle. “As many as 70% of known causes of cancers are avoidable and related to lifestyle,” says Thomas A. Sellers, PhD, associate director for cancer prevention and control at Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa. Still, since cancer is one of the top five lady killers, taking steps to eat a healthy diet, increase exercise, and avoid tobacco products is key; however, recent research has uncovered many small, surprising ways you can weave even more disease prevention into your everyday life. Try these novel strategies and your risk of cancer could dwindle even more.

Healthy Cancer Prevention Recipes

1. Filter your tap water

You’ll reduce your exposure to known or suspected carcinogens and hormone-disrupting chemicals. A new report from the President’s Cancer Panel on how to reduce exposure to carcinogens suggests that home-filtered tap water is a safer bet than bottled water, whose quality often is not higher—and in some cases is worse—than that of municipal sources, according to a study by the Environmental Working Group. (Consumer Reports’ top picks for faucet-mounted filters: Culligan, Pur Vertical, and the Brita OPFF-100.) Store water in stainless steel or glass to avoid chemical contaminants such as BPA that can leach from plastic bottles.

2. Stop topping your gas tank

So say the EPA and the President’s Cancer Panel: Pumping one last squirt of gas into your car after the nozzle clicks off can spill fuel and foil the pump’s vapor recovery system, designed to keep toxic chemicals such as cancer-causing benzene out of the air, where they can come in contact with your skin or get into your lungs.

3. Marinate meat before grilling

Processed, charred, and well-done meats can contain cancer-causing heterocyclic amines, which form when meat is seared at high temperatures, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, which get into food when it’s charcoal broiled. “The recommendation to cut down on grilled meat has really solid scientific evidence behind it,” says Cheryl Lyn Walker, PhD, a professor of carcinogenesis at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. If you do grill, add rosemary and thyme to your favorite marinade and soak meat for at least an hour before cooking. The antioxidant-rich spices can cut HCAs by as much as 87%, according to research at Kansas State University.

Cancer Quashing Marinade


4. Caffeinate every day

Java lovers who drank 5 or more cups of caffeinated coffee a day had a 40% decreased risk of brain cancer, compared with people who drank the least, in a 2010 British study. A 5-cup-a-day coffee habit reduces risks of oral and throat cancer almost as much. Researchers credit the caffeine: Decaf had no comparable effect. But coffee was a more potent protector against these cancers than tea, which the British researchers said also offered protection against brain cancer.


Look Younger with Coffee



5. Water down your cancer risk

Drinking plenty of water and other liquids may reduce the risk of bladder cancer by diluting the concentration of cancer-causing agents in urine and helping to flush them through the bladder faster. Drink at least 8 cups of liquid a day, suggests the American Cancer Society.

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Saturday, October 29, 2011

Pinoy fast waking up to success

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The Philippines – with natural resources such as gold, copper, nickel and oil and gas aplenty – has tremendous potential. Last year, the republic registered an amazing 7.1% growth rate, and growing.

MALAYSIANS have looked down on the Philippines for decades, seeing the republic as South-East Asia’s basket case, a source of maids, manual workers and little else.

However, with Noynoy Aquino’s thumping electoral victory in last year’s presidential contest, international perceptions are starting to change.

At long last, the republic has a leader with an unquestionable mandate.

Indeed, the Philippines – especially for the businessman – is beginning to look very interesting.

On a personal note, and having experienced how Indonesia started turning around soon after Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s victory in 2004, Manila 2011 reminds me a great deal of how Jakarta was all those years ago: gradually reaching some measure of stability before booming.

Of course, recent natural disasters such as Typhoon Pedring have tended to focus our attention on the Philippines’ many weaknesses, much in the same way the 2004 tsunami shook Indonesia.

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Friday, October 28, 2011

Pinoys in Libya willing to take part in rehab work

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After weathering months of tension and uncertainty, Filipinos who stayed in Libya despite the armed conflict and destruction are willing to take part in the country's rebuilding efforts.

Regilito Laurel from Manila and Almahdi Alonto from Mindanao, who were among those who decided to stay during month of chaos and uncertainty, also foresee a need for Filipinos, especially teachers, nurses and engineers in Libya.

“Psychologically it will not be easy. So much of the city had been destroyed. Students will need therapy," Laurel, who along with Alonto is part of a group of 15 Filipino academicians at the University of Misrata, said in an interview with Arab News.

Alonto, who was brought up in Saudi Arabia where his family worked, is a lecturer in English literature, while Laurel is a professor of English at the university.

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Cancer diagnosis: 11 tips for coping

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Learning that you have cancer is a difficult experience. After your cancer diagnosis, you may feel anxious, afraid or overwhelmed and wonder how you can cope during the days ahead. Here are 11 suggestions for coping with a cancer diagnosis.

Get the facts about your cancer diagnosis
Try to obtain as much basic, useful information as possible about your cancer diagnosis. Consider bringing a family member or friend with you to your first few doctor appointments. Write down your questions and concerns beforehand and bring them with you. Consider asking:

What kind of cancer do I have?
Where is the cancer?
Has it spread?
Can my cancer be treated?
What is the chance that my cancer can be cured?
What other tests or procedures do I need?
What are my treatment options?
How will the treatment benefit me?
What can I expect during treatment?
What are the side effects of the treatment?
When should I call the doctor?
What can I do to prevent my cancer from recurring?
How likely are my children or other family members to get cancer?

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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Japan okays review of exams for Pinoy nurses

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TOKYO – The Japanese government has agreed to review the process of accepting Filipino nurses in its hospitals under the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA), President Aquino said Tuesday night.

The President had a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda on Tuesday regarding people exchanges, including the Philippines’ request to look into the reason why only a few nurses passed the Japanese National Examination since the implementation of the JPEPA in 2008.

The Philippine government considers the examinations too stringent.

Noda recognized the Philippine government’s concern, Aquino told media over coffee at the Imperial hotel where he is billeted.

The Philippine government is aiming to have more professionals absorbed in the Japanese labor force.

The focus, for now, is on the entry of medical professionals such as nurses and caregivers into the Asian nation.

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Pinoy nurses seeking jobs in US declining

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MANILA, Philippines - The number of Filipino nurses seeking jobs in the United States dropped in the third quarter of the year, a lawmaker said yesterday.

LPGMA party-list Rep. Arnel Ty said only 1,370 Filipino nurses indicated their desire to seek employment in the US by taking the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX) held from July to September this year.

He said the number of NCLEX examinees was 38 percent, or 857, lower compared to the 2,227 Filipinos who took the US nursing licensure examination for the first time during the same period in 2010.

Citing statistics from the US National Council of State Boards of Nursing, the lawmaker said only 4,354 Filipino nurses took the NCLEX for the first time from January to September.

“This represents a decline of 44 percent, or 3,426, compared to the 7,780 Filipino nurses who took the NCLEX for the first time over the same nine-month period in 2010,” Ty said.

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IUDs for Birth Control May Cut Cervical Cancer Risk

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Sept. 12, 2011 -- Women who use intrauterine devices (IUDs) for birth control, even for a short time, have a lower cervical cancer risk than those with no history of IUD use, new research suggests.

Compared to women who had never used an IUD, the international study found that those who had used the implanted contraceptive had almost half the risk for developing cervical cancer, which is caused by infection with the sexually transmitted human papilloma virus (HPV).

IUD use is known to reduce endometrial cancer risk. But the impact of the birth control method on cervical cancer and HPV infection has not been clear, says study researcher Xavier Castellsague, PhD, of Catalonia, Spain's Institut Castala d'Oncologia.

The study is published online The Lancet Oncology.

"The good news for IUD users is that this form of birth control does not increase the risk of HPV infection and it appears to lower the risk for developing cervical cancer," he tells WebMD.

Castellsague and colleagues analyzed data from 10 previously published studies that compared women with cervical cancer to women without the disease and 16 HPV frequency surveys conducted in 14 countries.

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Thursday, October 20, 2011

HIV Used to Fight Cancer

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One deadly scourge may lead to cures for another.

A genetically modified form of the HIV virus was used by scientists at the University of Pennsylvania to re-program cancer patients' own immune systems to attack cancer cells.

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The treatment seems to have knocked out cancer in two patients and weakened it in a third. All three suffered from chronic lymphocytic leukemia, but researchers believe the technique could be adapted to take down other forms of cancer.

The technique was recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine. It works like this:

1. Doctors run the patients blood through a machine that removes T-cells, but returns the rest of the blood to the patient. T-cells are virus and cancer fighting white blood cells.

2. A modified form of the HIV virus is used to infect the T-cells and insert genes that cause it to recognize and attack a particular cancer, then multiply and survive in the patients for months.

The modified HIV virus carries what Carl June, one of the doctors involved, called a "Rube Goldberg-like solution," in an interview with the New York Times. The virus carries DNA from humans, mice and cows, a virus that infects woodchucks, and one that infects cows.

The modified T-cells then carry chimeric antigen receptors, proteins which allow them to recognize and kill multiple cancer cells.

3. Chemotherapy kills any remaining T-cells in the patient. The doctors don't want un-modified T-cells impeding the new ones.

4. The modified T-cells are returned to the patient. Within the patient the newly re-programmed T-cells proliferate.

"The patient becomes a bioreactor," said June.

5. Over the next few weeks the patient develops a temperature, chills, shakes, low blood pressure, and other flu-like symptoms. The symptoms are caused by chemicals called cytokines produced by the T-cells.

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Monday, October 17, 2011

An Immune System Trained to Kill Cancer

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PHILADELPHIA — A year ago, when chemotherapy stopped working against his leukemia, William Ludwig signed up to be the first patient treated in a bold experiment at the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Ludwig, then 65, a retired corrections officer from Bridgeton, N.J., felt his life draining away and thought he had nothing to lose.

Doctors removed a billion of his T-cells — a type of white blood cell that fights viruses and tumors — and gave them new genes that would program the cells to attack his cancer. Then the altered cells were dripped back into Mr. Ludwig’s veins.

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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Music Can Help Cancer Patients

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By Stacy Simon

Many people find listening to music relaxing, soothing, and enjoyable. For cancer patients, it also can be a way to cope with some of the symptoms of their disease and side effects of their treatment. New research supports listening to recorded music, as well as music therapy, to improve anxiety, pain, mood, quality of life, heart rate, respiratory rate, and blood pressure in cancer patients.

Researchers from Drexel University reviewed 30 trials with a total of 1,891 participants. They included music therapy sessions with a trained music therapist and recorded music played by medical staff. Selections included relaxing music in categories that included classical, jazz, folk, rock, country and western, easy listening, new age, big band, Spanish and religious. The researchers were able to scientifically measure a significant improvement in anxiety and mood. They were also able to measure small improvements in heart rate, respiratory rate, blood pressure and pain.

Researchers did not have enough information to tell them whether music therapy or listening to recorded music was more effective. But they found that either technique improved cancer patients’ quality of life.

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Friday, October 14, 2011

Loosen up Nurses!!! Try this .... Teach me how to dougie

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Thursday, October 13, 2011

Long-Term Painkiller Use Linked to Kidney Cancer

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Sept. 12, 2011 -- Long-term, regular use of non-aspirin anti-inflammatory painkillers raises the likelihood of developing kidney cancer by more than 50%, a study shows.

The study, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, suggests men and women who take such drugs are equally at risk.

Some smaller studies had previously shown a tentative link between painkillers and kidney cancer. But study researcher Eunyoung Cho, ScD, assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, says this is the largest study to look at the relationship between the disease and the class of drugs called nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

Drugs in this class include ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin), naproxen (Aleve), and Celebrex. Though aspirin is also an NSAID, no association has been found between kidney cancer and aspirin.

Cho says that the overall risk is still quite low. She does not think that people should stop taking NSAIDs in the short term or that doctors should stop recommending them to patients who otherwise benefit from them.

Kidney cancer specialist Christopher W. Ryan, MD, who was not involved in the study, agrees.

"Occasional use for aches and pains is nothing to worry about," says Ryan, of Oregon Health and Science University's Knight Cancer Institute in Portland. "But one's risk of getting kidney cancer, even for a long-time user, is not high at all."

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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

BPA in Canned Foods: Should You Worry?

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An advocacy group committed to exposing and eliminating environmental risks for breast cancer has taken aim at canned foods popular among kids, reheating the debate on bisphenol A.

A new report from the Breast Cancer Fund reveals 12 canned soups and pastas found to contain BPA -- an estrogen-like chemical raising concern among experts for its potential health effects in children, infants and fetuses.

Topping the list was Campbell's Disney Princess Cool Shapes with 148 parts per billion. The average level across all 12 cans was 49 parts per billion.

"The findings of this report outline the urgent need to remove BPA from food packaging -- a major source of exposure to this toxic hormone disruptor -- especially in foods marketed to children," the report states.

BPA, a key ingredient in hard plastics and resins used to coat metal cans, made headlines in 2008 when it was shown to leach out of plastic when heated. The Canadian government responded by banning the chemical from baby bottles. In the United States, the federal government has not followed suit, but several local governments have and leading U.S. baby bottle manufacturers went BPA-free voluntarily. But the chemical continues to line the country's cans.

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Monday, October 10, 2011

Patients With Fatalistic Attitudes Have Lower Cancer Screening Rates

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According to a study published in a recent issue of Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research, colorectal cancer screening rates among people without financial means remain to be low despite free health care being offered. Psychologists suggest the cause may be an idea called 'cancer fatalism'.

Anne Miles, Ph.D., a lecturer in psychology at Birkbeck, University of London, stated that people who believed that the cancer screenings wouldn't help or they were going to die of cancer anyway, often ignore screening recommendations. She said:


"In England, the screenings are free and the subsequent health treatments are free as well, yet people of lower socioeconomic status still do not get screened. We wanted to find out what else was going on."

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Friday, October 7, 2011

Non-Disease Virus Kills Breast Cancer Cells In Lab

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A virus that infects humans without causing disease kills breast cancer cells in the laboratory. Researchers from Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) College of Medicine in the US, tested an unaltered form of adeno-associated virus type 2 (AAV2) on three different human breast cancer types representing different stages of cancer and found it targeted all of them. They hope by uncovering the pathways the virus uses to trigger cancer cell death, their work will lead to new targets for anti-cancer drugs. A paper on this work appeared recently in the journal Molecular Cancer.

In earlier studies, the team also showed that AAV2 promotes cell death in cervical cancer cells infected with human papillomavirus (HPV).

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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

4 Foods That Fight Breast Cancer.

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Organic forms of selenium, a trace mineral in plants and grain-fed animal protein, may guard against breast cancer by normalizing the body's circadian rhythms (the internal clock that regulates how many estrogen receptors -- often linked to the disease -- your cells produce). Get your beneficial daily dose, 55 micrograms, with the selenium-rich foods here and double down on their other health perks.

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Monday, October 3, 2011

Different Fruits And Vegetables Affect Cancer Risk In Different Parts Of Bowel

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Eating more apples is linked to lower risk of distal colon cancer, brassicas like cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli and Brussels sprouts are linked to lower risk of cancer in both the proximal and the distal colon, while on the other hand, drinking more fruit juice appears to raise the risk of rectal cancer, according to new research from Australia published in the October issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association.

The large bowel comprises the rectum (the part that terminates in the anus), the distal colon (next to the rectum, includes the descending colon, sigmoid colon, and large intestine), and the proximal colon (on the other side of the distal colon to the rectum, includes the cecum, appendix, ascending colon, hepatic flexure, transverse colon and splenic flexure).

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Saturday, October 1, 2011

Broccoli, Cabbage, Other Veggies May Protect Against Colon Cancer

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MONDAY, Sept. 26 (HealthDay News) -- Eating fruits and vegetables may reduce the risk of some colorectal cancers, according to a new study.

Austrailian researchers examined the diets of 918 colorectal cancer patients and 1,021 people with no history of the disease and found that consumption of certain vegetables and fruits were associated with a decreased risk of cancer in the proximal and distal colon -- that is, the upper and lower portions of the colon.

Consumption of brassica vegetables (also known as cole crops) such as broccoli, kale, cauliflower, turnips and cabbage, for example, appeared to reduce the risk of cancer in the upper colon, while both total fruit and vegetable intake (and total vegetable intake alone) reduced the risk of cancer in the lower colon.

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Slideshow Pictures: Ovarian Cancer Symptoms, Stages, Treatments and Risks

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Friday, September 30, 2011

Scientists find a new function for breast cancer gene BRCA1

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Scientists at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) have uncovered a new function for BRCA1, a gene most commonly associated with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. Working on mouse cells in the lab, they discovered that BRCA1 suppresses the expression of another gene that codes for a microRNA called miR-155, which is known to be cancer causing. These findings, published online Sept. 25, 2011, in Nature Medicine suggest that BRCA1 functions as a tumor suppressor not only by playing a role in DNA repair, as known previously, but also by silencing a gene that can cause cancer when over-expressed. When the scientists inactivated miR-155 in tumor cells in mice, it slowed down the growth of tumors. If the BRCA1-associated tumors are confirmed to be dependent upon miR-155, it may be possible to treat hereditary cancers by challenging them with agents that can inactivate mir-155.

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Monday, September 26, 2011

No displacement of Pinoy nurses in Saudi -- DoLE

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THE Department of Labor and Employment yesterday made it clear there is no wholesale displacement of Filipino nurses in Saudi Arabia.

Labor Secretary Rosalinda Dimapilis-Baldoz belied the report of Migrante-Middle East regional coordinator John Leonard Monterona that around 130,000 to 150,000 OFW nurses in Saudi Arabia are facing loss of employment as the new phase of Saudi labor localization known as Nitaqat, commences.

“I have already directed our Philippine Overseas Labor Office in Riyadh to check the veracity of the alleged plan of the Saudi Ministry of Health. The Department of Labor and Employment maintains that there is no wholesale displacement of OFW nurses in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as Migrante paints in the Philippine media,” Baldoz said.

The labor chief further said that the POLO has reported that the Ministry of Health will terminate the contracts of foreign nurses who have completed 10 years of service but will retain specialists in the fields of hemodialysis, emergency, and ICU medicine.

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Friday, September 23, 2011

Switzerland eyed for PH nurses

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THE Philippine Embassy in Switzerland is looking into the possibility of opening doors for Filipino healthcare workers to Switzerland to address the problem of oversupply of Filipino nurses in the Philippines.

In this relation, a bilateral working group met in Manila under the auspices of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) to discuss the procedures on how a bigger number of Filipino trainees could avail of the training program in Switzerland.

The embassy is studying how Filipino healthcare workers can work in Swiss hospitals by starting as trainees.

As this develops, two Filipino trainees of Swiss company APM Technica, Shera Cardinal and Rianne Cabiao, called on Ambassador Leslie J. Baja at the embassy in Berne on September 9.

APM Technica is a full-service adhesive and surface technology provider and has a facility in the Philippine Economic Zone in Cabuyao, Laguna.

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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Unemployed nurses urged to try hand at entrepreneurship

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Unemployed Filipino nurses should opt for entrepreneurial opportunities such as setting up clinics and small pharmacies, the government said on Sunday, noting the current oversupply of nurses.

“Our vision for our unemployed nurses is not only for them to have productive wage employment. Operating and managing their own nursing clinics also offers sustainable income," said Labor Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz.

Baldoz noted that the global financial turmoil, particularly in the US and the United Kingdom, has resulted in the limited hiring of foreign nurses, including those from the Philippines.

In a recent briefing, Ofelia Domingo, Labor director in the CARAGA region, boasted of 25 Surigao del Norte nurses who had decided to set up their own “entreprenurse" clinics. These nurses worked for six months under the Nurses Assigned in Rural Service (NARS) program by the Department of Labor and Employment and Department of Health.

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Monday, September 19, 2011

150,000 Pinoy nurses in Saudi may lose jobs

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MANILA, Philippines – At least 150,000 Filipino nurses in Saudi Arabia might lose their jobs after the labor localization policy, known as Nitaqat, enters a new phase, according to a migrant workers' rights group.

Migrante-Middle East regional coordinator John Monterona said Saudi’s Ministry of Health (MoH) has already announced a plan to localize nursing jobs in all its medical facilities.

Reports said Saudi’s MoH issued a circular to all its administrative units indicating that employment contracts with foreign nurses, who have already worked for 10 years, will be terminated to give way to the employment of newly graduate Saudi nurses.

“Though it is a bad news to our Filipino nurses, we are quite certain that Saudi’s MoH plan of replacing 10-year in-service foreign nurses is in line of the Nitaqat that entered its new phase of implementation,” Monterona said.

Last week, Saudi’s Ministry of Labor had announced that the Nitaqat enters new phase of implementation last Saturday, September 10.

Monterona said the replacement of foreign nurses by local Saudi nurses will not be abrupt, termination is already occurring in government-run hospitals and clinics.

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Friday, September 16, 2011

Sagip Kapamilya sa America is now on its third year!

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Redwood City, CA - The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the number of unemployed persons (13.9 million) and the unemployment rate (9.1 percent) have not changed much in 2011. In response to the hard economic times and the financial difficulties that many are still experiencing, ABS CBN Foundation International, in cooperation with the Philippine Nurses Association of Northern California, Inc., will be offering Sagip Kapamilya Sa America Nursing Assistant Scholarship Training Program through the Concord-based American College of Nursing, now in its third year. The program, catering to the recently unemployed, is now accepting applications. The program will run from October 1 to December 2011. To apply online, visit www.americancollegeofnursing.com/sagipkapamilya.

Sagip Kapamilya sa America is a continuing campaign, focused on providing direct assistance to U.S.-based Filipino Americans. With a continued job loss and lack of employment opportunities in the San Francisco Bay Area, the program offers fifteen free scholarships towards a Certified Nursing Assistant’s (CNA) license. A CNA license, which can be obtained following a two-month training period, can help open doors for immediate employment in the healthcare and convalescent care industries. It is also a stepping stone towards higher education opportunities leading to a degree as Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs) and Registered Nurses (RN).

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Pinoy winst Nurse of the Year award in UK

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BRIGHTON, UK – Teodoro “Jun Jun” Medran Jr. arrived in the United Kingdom in 1999 with a dream to become a successful nurse. Like many first-time overseas Filipino workers (OFWs), he was anxious about being in a foreign country, uncertain of what lay ahead.

He started working as a healthcare assistant at the Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals (BSUH). Thirteen years later, Medran is still in the same place but he has worked his way up to become a clinical site manager who supervises employees across five hospitals in the southern coastal city. The hospitals reportedly treat over three quarters of a million patients each year.

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Monday, September 12, 2011

Gov't has 93,000 job openings

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MANILA, Philippines - Looking for a job? Why not apply for one in the government, the country’s biggest employer.

The bureaucracy has job openings totaling more than 93,000 this year and next year, according to budget documents submitted to the House appropriations committee by Budget Secretary Florencio Abad.

It will recruit nurses, teachers, policemen, auditors, lawyers, judges, firemen, soldiers and doctors, among other personnel.

Based on the documents, there are at present 67,132 vacant positions

in various agencies waiting to be filled by agency heads. There are funds for these jobs in this year's budget and in the proposed P1.8-trillion 2012 spending program.

Additionally, there are funds in next year's budget for the hiring of 13,000 new teachers, 12,000 new nurses, 200 doctors, and 1,021 midwives.

The basic pay in government is not bad and is already comparable to the salary in the private sector. The hiring rate for a public school teacher, for instance, is about P15,000, excluding allowances.

The Department of Education has the biggest number of vacant positions with 31,294. This is on top of the 13,000 new teachers it is authorized to hire next year.

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Saturday, September 10, 2011

DFA: PHL govt proud of Pinoy nurses who stayed in Libya

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The Philippine government is proud of the Filipino nurses who chose to remain in strife-torn Libya to render humanitarian assistance there, Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) spokesman Raul Hernandez said on Wednesday.

“In a way we are very proud also of them because they have made their commitments to their profession and to help in emergency humanitarian assistance in that country," Hernandez said in an interview on dwIZ radio.

Hernandez’s statement came a day after the Philippine government said it was recognizing the Libyan National Transitional Council (NTC) as the “legitimate representative of the Libyan people."

On Tuesday, the DFA said in a statement that the Philippines hopes the transitional council will lead Libya toward peace and stability.

"The Philippines and Libya share a history of excellent relations based on friendship, understanding, and mutual respect. The Philippines looks forward to working with the Libyan people in sustaining and enhancing this relationship," the statement said.

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Friday, August 26, 2011

California Senate panel OKs part of Dream Act

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The key committee clears the most significant obstacle to the bill that would give college students who are illegal immigrants access to public aid. A foe calls the bill 'an outrage.

In a major victory for immigrant advocates, a key state Senate committee cleared the most significant obstacle to a bill that would give college students who are illegal immigrants access to public aid for the first time.

The Senate Appropriations Committee approved the final part of a two-bill package known as the California Dream Act, which would allow students who qualify for reduced in-state tuition to apply for an estimated $40 million in Cal Grants, community college fee waivers, and other public scholarship and grant programs.

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Thursday, August 25, 2011

US Govt sides with Filipino nurses fired for speaking Tagalog

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The United States government has taken the side of four Filipino nurses who were terminated last year from a Baltimore hospital for speaking Tagalog.

The nurses were victims of discrimination, the US Equal Employment Opportunities Commission (EEOC) concluded in an August 16 decision, an ABS CBN report stated.

EEOC Baltimore field office director Gerald Kiel said the four Filipinos were subjected to “unequal terms and conditions of employment, hostile work environment, disciplinary action and discharge because of their national origin.”

Kiel added, in the decision that the employer, Bon Secours Hospital System, appeared to have singled out the Filipina nurses.

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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Accenture taps Filipino nurses for new BPO care service

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MANILA, Philippijes - Accenture Philippines is giving Filipino nurses the chance to have high paying jobs without leaving the country through its new outsourced care management (OCM) services.

Benedict Hernandez, Accenture Philippines BPO service delivery operations head, said the US-based firm used the Philippines as the launching pad for this new healthcare outsourcing service owing to the large pool of English-speaking nurses in the country. The service will benefit both new graduates as well as those with licenses to practice in the US.

“It is a significant new growth area for Accenture. We started this in the Philippines. We produce a lot of nurses—they speak English and have good service orientation—so we thought of taking advantage of that and we are seeing it work, so we are very bullish,” Hernandez said.

He did not discuss details of the salary range for the nurses Accenture is hiring, although it is reportedly higher than what call center agents are getting since it is a high-value and more complex service that combines both competencies in voice and non-voice BPO offering

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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Migrants in United Arab Emirates Get Stuck in Web of Debt

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ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates — Before she arrived in this mecca of migrant labor at age 48, Evelyn Naces, a Filipino nurse, had never owned a credit card. Soon she had 14 of them — and like thousands of other foreign workers here, a trip to debtors’ prison.

“When they put me in shackles, that was the worst,” said Ms. Naces, who had $27,000 in unpaid bills, mostly from helping her grown son start a business back in the Philippines that later failed. “I felt so degraded.”

For years, banks all but threw credit cards at the foreigners who come here in droves to work the malls and fill the office towers. The workers, many of them raised in poor countries and new to easy credit, spent beyond their means. Staggering losses followed, with jail terms common for those who could not pay.

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Monday, August 22, 2011

A future for nurses

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Old and new Filipino nurses scored important victories last week.

In the United States, four Filipino-American nurses won their discrimination case against a Maryland-based hospital that fired them for speaking in Tagalog.

On the home front, a total of 37,513 nursing graduates passed the board examinations and earned their professional licenses.

According to a Philippine Daily Inquirer report, the United States Equal Opportunity Employment Commission ruled on Aug. 16 in favor of nurses Jazziel Granada, Corina Yap, Ana Rosales and Hachelle Natano against the Bon Secours Health System.

The commission said the nurses were subjected to “unequal terms and conditions of employment, a hostile work environment, disciplinary action and discharge because of their national origin. It ordered the hospital to discuss a financial settlement with the health workers that may include a demand for an apology and diversity training for management and staff.

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Sunday, August 21, 2011

July 2011 NLE Results: The Top 10 Nursing Board Examinees:

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TOP 1 - 88.40%
Jomel Garcia Lapides, University of the Philippines-Manila

TOP 2 - 87.40%
Hazel Cortes Crisostomo, University of Santo Tomas
Beverly Lynne Yao Ong, University of Santo Tomas

TOP 3 - 87.20%
Ivy Grace Cuadra Lim, Far Eastern University-Manila

TOP 4 - 87.00%
Ameera Sarah Niebres Baylon, Camarines Sur Polytechnic College-Nabua
Kim Carmela Dee Co, University Of The Philippines-Manila
Ralph Jarilla De Leon, Metropolitan Hospital School of Nursing
Patricia Teodoro Pintac, Cebu Doctors University
Nadine Cedeño Sameon, University of Saint La Salle

TOP 5 - 86.80%
Mary Bianca Doreen Fernandez Ditching, University of Santo Tomas
Channiel Pauline Mijares Luciano, University of Santo Tomas
Patrick Ranier Agupitan Latoza, Our Lady of Fatima University QC
Raymark Domingo Salonga, University of the Philippines-Manila

TOP 6 - 86.60%
Maria Theresa Daclan Bido, Lourdes College
Princess Samantha Valencia Buban, University of Santo Tomas
Johnel Carlo Cristobal Estrella, Far Eastern University-Manila
Florence Jill Dela Victoria Polina, STI College Cebu, Inc.
Jacob Cabrera Reyes, Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College)
Nicole Marie Tiglao Severino, Angeles University Foundation
Maria Jalyssa Pascua Tan, University of the Philippines-Manila

TOP 7 - 86.40%
Frances Mae Tupas Baquillos, Riverside College
Amparo Marie Medina Bayongan, University of Santo Tomas
Rose Ann Labrague Canlapan, Holy Angel University
Dee Zyrie Alli Divina, Far Eastern University-Manila
Catherine Joyce Distor Go, Saint Louis University
Angela Nicole Rago Ocio, Xavier University
Bianca Malilay Velando, University Of The Philippines-Manila

TOP 8 - 86.20%
Argee Abunda Alonsabe, University of Saint La Salle
Lowel Andrew Andales Batomalaque, Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College)
Lora Enriquez Jarabelo, University of Santo Tomas
Mishael Kate Ilagan Mendoza, De La Salle University-Health Sciences Institute
Jan Joel Lalic Simpauco, University of Santo Tomas
Alvin Duke Roberto Sy, University of the Philippines-Manila
Cherryl Joyce Cabatingan Tan, Velez College

TOP 9 - 86.00%
Ruth Marie Dela Cruz Andoque, West Visayas State University-La Paz
Paolo Holandez Andrade, University of Santo Tomas
Thea Mae Medalla Baronda, Velez College
Emmanuel Arianne Mendoza Bastasa, Manila Doctors College
Maria Katrina Mitra Capellan, University of Santo Tomas
Emmanuel Demigillo Debuque, University of Santo Tomas
Katherine Alegre Flores, University of Santo Tomas
Maria Reylan Magallanes Garcia, West Visayas State University-La Paz
Debby Grace Tabugo Jardiolin, Saint Paul University-Iloilo
Josephine Ann Jablo Necor, Far Eastern University-Manila
Royce Jasper Uy Ong, University of Santo Tomas
Rochelle Realino Perlas, Emilio Aguinaldo College-Manila
Jann Marvin Posada, Catanduanes State Colleges-Virac
Kyle Nicole Torrilla Teruel, West Visayas State University-La Paz

TOP 10 - 85.80%
Shane Alexis Allanigue Abella, Saint Paul University-Manila
Christine Corintha Daway Almora, University of Santo Tomas
Jan Briane Fabie Astom, Saint Paul College-Bantay (St.Paul-Vigan)
Jasper Joseph Carag Ballecer, Saint Paul University-Manila
Gloria Isabel Labrador Baltazar, University of Santo Tomas
Maria Ronallaine De Leon Bello, University of Santo Tomas
Ma Aileen Bianca Real Bose, Bicol University-Legazpi
Jane Febe Booc Cabatingan, Cebu Normal University (Cebu State College)
Deo Robert Bodiongan Castro, Cebu Doctors University
Angela Valerio Coronado, Far Eastern University-Manila
Judith Pajigal Cuadra, Holy Name University (For. Divine Word-Tagbilaran)
April Luz Del Mundo, Central Colleges of The Philippines
Khris Chan Dy, University of Pangasinan
Mei Joy Castillo Flamiano, Our Lady of Fatima University-Valenzuela
Kelci Mae Tan Francia, University of Santo Tomas
Jayvie Bacud Gacutan, Medical College of Northern Philippines
Sarah Agnes Mary Reyes Lim, University of Santo Tomas
April Wine Yogi Sayas Manigbas, Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas, Inc
Eirene Joy Louise Noveza Ocampo, Far Eastern University-Manila
Mary Jane Turno Ocampo, Saint Louis University
Iris Mae Belgado Relles, Bicol University-Tabaco
Gee Blossom Barba Robino, Saint Paul University-Iloilo
Ability-Ann Gayoma Tacaisan, West Visayas State University-La Paz




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Saturday, August 20, 2011

PRC Nursing Board Exam Result July 2011

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The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 37,513 out of 78,135 passed the Nurse Licensure Examination given by the Board of Nursing in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Dagupan, Davao, Iloilo, La Union, Legazpi, Lucena, Nueva Ecija, Pagadian, Pampanga, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga last July 2011.


The top 10 passers for the PRC Nursing Board Exam Result July 2011 are as follows:
1 JOMEL GARCIA LAPIDES UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA 88.40
2 HAZEL CORTES CRISOSTOMO UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 87.40
BEVERLY LYNNE YAO ONG UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 87.40
3 IVY GRACE CUADRA LIM FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA 87.20
4 AMEERA SARAH NIEBRES BAYLON CAMARINES SUR POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE-NABUA 87.00
KIM CARMELA DEE CO UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA 87.00
RALPH JARILLA DE LEON METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 87.00
PATRICIA TEODORO PINTAC CEBU DOCTORS UNIVERSITY 87.00
NADINE CEDEÑO SAMEON UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE 87.00
5 MARY BIANCA DOREEN FERNANDEZ DITCHING UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.80
CHANNIEL PAULINE MIJARES LUCIANO UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.80
PATRICK RANIER AGUPITAN LATOZA OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY-QC 86.80
RAYMARK DOMINGO SALONGA UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA 86.80
6 MARIA THERESA DACLAN BIDO LOURDES COLLEGE 86.60
PRINCESS SAMANTHA VALENCIA BUBAN UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.60
JOHNEL CARLO CRISTOBAL ESTRELLA FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA 86.60
FLORENCE JILL DELA VICTORIA POLINA STI COLLEGE CEBU, INC 86.60
JACOB CABRERA REYES CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBU STATE COLLEGE) 86.60
NICOLE MARIE TIGLAO SEVERINO ANGELES UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION 86.60
MARIA JALYSSA PASCUA TAN UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA 86.60
7 FRANCES MAE TUPAS BAQUILLOS RIVERSIDE COLLEGE 86.40
AMPARO MARIE MEDINA BAYONGAN UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.40
ROSE ANN LABRAGUE CANLAPAN HOLY ANGEL UNIVERSITY 86.40
DEE ZYRIE ALLI DIVINA FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA 86.40
CATHERINE JOYCE DISTOR GO SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY 86.40
ANGELA NICOLE RAGO OCIO XAVIER UNIVERSITY 86.40
BIANCA MALILAY VELANDO UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA 86.40
8 ARGEE ABUNDA ALONSABE UNIVERSITY OF SAINT LA SALLE 86.20
LOWEL ANDREW ANDALES BATOMALAQUE CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBU STATE COLLEGE) 86.20
LORA ENRIQUEZ JARABELO UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.20
MISHAEL KATE ILAGAN MENDOZA DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY-HEALTH SCIENCES INSTITUTE 86.20
JAN JOEL LALIC SIMPAUCO UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.20
ALVIN DUKE ROBERTO SY UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINESMANILA 86.20
CHERRYL JOYCE CABATINGAN TAN VELEZ COLLEGE 86.20
9 RUTH MARIE DELA CRUZ ANDOQUE WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ 86.00
PAOLO HOLANDEZ ANDRADE UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.00
THEA MAE MEDALLA BARONDA VELEZ COLLEGE 86.00
EMMANUEL ARIANNE MENDOZA BASTASA MANILA DOCTORS COLLEGE 86.00
MARIA KATRINA MITRA CAPELLAN UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.00
EMMANUEL DEMIGILLO DEBUQUE UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.00
KATHERINE ALEGRE FLORES UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.00
MARIA REYLAN MAGALLANES GARCIA WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ 86.00
DEBBY GRACE TABUGO JARDIOLIN SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY-ILOILO 86.00
JOSEPHINE ANN JABLO NECOR FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA 86.00
ROYCE JASPER UY ONG UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 86.00
ROCHELLE REALINO PERLAS EMILIO AGUINALDO COLLEGE-MANILA 86.00
JANN MARVIN POSADA CATANDUANES STATE COLLEGESVIRAC 86.00
KYLE NICOLE TORRILLA TERUEL WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ 86.00
10 SHANE ALEXIS ALLANIGUE ABELLA SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY-MANILA 85.80
CHRISTINE CORINTHA DAWAY ALMORA UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 85.80
JAN BRIANE FABIE ASTOM SAINT PAUL COLLEGEBANTAY( ST.PAUL-VIGAN) 85.80
JASPER JOSEPH CARAG BALLECER SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY-MANILA 85.80
GLORIA ISABEL LABRADOR BALTAZAR UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 85.80
MARIA RONALLAINE DE LEON BELLO UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 85.80
MA AILEEN BIANCA REAL BOSE BICOL UNIVERSITY-LEGAZPI 85.80
JANE FEBE BOOC CABATINGAN CEBU NORMAL UNIVERSITY (CEBU STATE COLLEGE) 85.80
DEO ROBERT BODIONGAN CASTRO CEBU DOCTORS UNIVERSITY 85.80
ANGELA VALERIO CORONADO FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA 85.80
JUDITH PAJIGAL CUADRA HOLY NAME UNIVERSITY (for.DIVINE WORD-TAGBILARAN) 85.80
APRIL LUZ DEL MUNDO CENTRAL COLLEGES OF THE PHILIPPINES 85.80
KHRIS CHAN DY UNIVERSITY OF PANGASINAN 85.80
MEI JOY CASTILLO FLAMIANO OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITYVALENZUELA 85.80
KELCI MAE TAN FRANCIA UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 85.80
JAYVIE BACUD GACUTAN MEDICAL COLLEGE OF NORTHERN PHILIPPINES 85.80
SARAH AGNES MARY REYES LIM UNIVERSITY OF SANTO TOMAS 85.80
APRIL WINE YOGI SAYAS MANIGBAS LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY-BATANGAS,INC 85.80
EIRENE JOY LOUISE NOVEZA OCAMPO FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY-MANILA 85.80
MARY JANE TURNO OCAMPO SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY 85.80
IRIS MAE BELGADO RELLES BICOL UNIVERSITY-TABACO 85.80
GEE BLOSSOM BARBA ROBINO SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY-ILOILO 85.80
ABILITY-ANN GAYOMA TACAISAN WEST VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY-LA PAZ 85.80

The members of the Board of Nursing are Carmencita M. Abaquin, Chairman; Leonila A. Faire, Betty F. Merritt, Perla G. Po, Marco Antonio C. Sto.Tomas, Yolanda C. Arugay and Amelia B. Rosales, Members.

The results of examination with respect to six (6) examinees were withheld pending final determination of their liabilities under the rules and regulations governing licensure examination.

Pursuant to Section 16, of Republic Act No. 9173, “all successful candidates in the examination shall be required to take an oath of professional before the Board or any government official authorized to administer oaths prior to entering upon the nursing practice”.

Registration for new nurses shall require the following: duly accomplished Oath Form or Panunumpa ng Propesyonal, current Community Tax Certificate (cedula), 2 pieces passport size picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 1 piece 1” x 1” picture (colored with white background and complete name tag), 2 sets of metered documentary stamps and 1 short brown envelope with name and profession; and to pay the Initial Registration Fee of P600 and Annual Registration Fee of P450 for 2011-2014. Successful examinees should personally register and sign in the Roster of Registered Professionals.

The dates and venues of all oathtaking for new nurses will be announced later.

Please bookmark this page for easy reference and check in the next several days. The results will be posted here and the search index will be updated with the list of successful examinees.





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Friday, August 19, 2011

Quick Results for July 2011 NLE Results

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Surname "Z" - PRC NLE RESULTS - July 2011

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RESULTS FOR SURNAME Z
JULY 2011 Nurses Board Examination Results (PRC NLE Exam Results)
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Roll of Successful Examinees in the NURSING LICENSURE EXAMINATION last July 2 and 3, 2011


37344 ZABALA, AILYN KAY SANTOS
37345 ZABALA, BERNADITH LAMBINO
37346 ZABALA, JANELA PALAYPAY
37347 ZABALA, JEFF LAPAZ
37348 ZABALA, JESAMAR GASULAS
37349 ZABALA, JOANA CARIAZO
37350 ZABALA, MA RIZZAJANE DULIN
37351 ZABALA, MARY BETH ZORCA
37352 ZABALA, RIFFEZA PABALATE
37353 ZABALA, TESSA EMMA PARAYNO
37354 ZABALA, TRICIA JAMELLA ALCANTARA
37355 ZABALJAUREGUI, DARYL LARROBIS
37356 ZABALLA, MARK JAYSON ANGIE
37357 ZABALLERO, ELSIBIE BORJA
37358 ZABALZA, JEFFREN CRISOSTOMO
37359 ZABAT, GAZELLE MAY BAUTISTA
37360 ZABAT, MA JINKY TABIOS
37361 ZABAT, PAOLO MILAN
37362 ZABATE, JELLY RAMELLE PARAJES
37363 ZABATE, RAMEL JAM PARAJES
37364 ZACARIAS, ANGELA MAE DARADAL
37365 ZACARIAS, CINDY ZARENO
37366 ZACARIAS, MC HARRIS MANALO
37367 ZACARIAS, PAOLO JOSE DE GUZMAN
37368 ZACARIAS, STEFANIE MANILING
37369 ZAFE, RYAN TURTOGA
37370 ZAFRA, JIAN VILLA
37371 ZAFRA, MARIUS JAY DEL ROSARIO
37372 ZAFRA, MICHELLE ANNE JOSE
37373 ZAFRA, RYLE JOSEPH PELIGRO
37374 ZAFRA, ZINNIA ZASHA ZALDIVAR
37375 ZAGADA, MARCELA VERA
37376 ZAGUIRRE, MARIA LIZEL REYES
37377 ZAIDE, CATHERINE CRUZ
37378 ZAIDE, ZORAYDA CENTILLAS
37379 ZAILON, DATU ABDULSHATTAR II ESMAEL
37380 ZAINALPOUR, NASREEN PROJEMO
37381 ZALDARRIAGA, CHRISTIAN MARCELINO
37382 ZALDARRIAGA, KENNY CLARK JOCHICO
37383 ZALDIVAR, LARIZ QUENNIE DAGOHOY
37384 ZALUN, VEE MARK BAÑAREZ
37385 ZAMAN, HIRRA ALIPANTE
37386 ZAMBALES, CHRISTINE JOYCE GIMOTEA
37387 ZAMBRANO, ANACRIS PEPITO
37388 ZAMBRANO, GIOVANNI MACASIEB
37389 ZAMBRANO, JOANNA MAE IDIO
37390 ZAMBRANO, ROSHELLE ANGELIE KALUBIRAN
37391 ZAMORA, ALFREDO III ALVARICO
37392 ZAMORA, ANNA FRANCESCA PADILLA
37393 ZAMORA, ARJAY TORRES
37394 ZAMORA, BRYLLE SIBALA
37395 ZAMORA, CHRISTINE ISABEL YAMBOT
37396 ZAMORA, DIANNE THERESE RAMOS
37397 ZAMORA, GEOFFREY LORQUE
37398 ZAMORA, HAIZEL MIJARES
37399 ZAMORA, HERARD ECKER ABAS
37400 ZAMORA, JOBELLE VITUG
37401 ZAMORA, JOLLIBEE CUARTO
37402 ZAMORA, JOSE CARLO MACARANAS
37403 ZAMORA, JUNE CARLO MOGOL
37404 ZAMORA, KATHLEEN SALANAP
37405 ZAMORA, KATLEEN MAE ABATAYO
37406 ZAMORA, KAY ANN CAJES
37407 ZAMORA, KRISTINE GRACE VINLUAN
37408 ZAMORA, MA LIZA JOY SUGUITAN
37409 ZAMORA, MARGARETT PERILLO
37410 ZAMORA, MARIA LORETA BENEDICTO
37411 ZAMORA, MARICEL FABIA
37412 ZAMORA, MARY GIL BOSIME
37413 ZAMORA, RUBY SEDILLES
37414 ZAMORA, RUDOLPH LESTER RACADIO
37415 ZAMORA, SHIELA MAE DEGALA
37416 ZAMORANO, PATRICK MIKE ATILANO
37417 ZAMORANOS, CHERRY JOY PARROCHA
37418 ZAMORANOS, CHRISTIAN CRAME
37419 ZAMORAS, KATHEA LOU OLVIS
37420 ZAMUCO, APRIL ROMERO
37421 ZAMUDIO, ARMINA PANIZALES
37422 ZAMUDIO, JAZEL XYZA CABAUATAN
37423 ZANARIAS, ROCHIE ZOLINA
37424 ZANTUA, ERIKA ANA BANA
37425 ZAPANTA, ALEAH MARIE VALDEZ
37426 ZAPANTA, ANN MAIKA MAGTIBAY
37427 ZAPANTA, DAVID ARCHIE GUARIN
37428 ZAPANTA, ERIC CASTRO
37429 ZAPANTA, JEAN MURRAY JIMENO
37430 ZAPANTA, JERRIELLE MAEA LLOSE
37431 ZAPANTA, KRISTINE JOY TUBILLA
37432 ZAPANTA, LOVELY PASA
37433 ZAPANTA, MONICA DELA CRUZ
37434 ZAPANTA, RIO MENDOZA
37435 ZAPANTA, TRIXZIA NOELLE MANUEL
37436 ZAPARITA, MARY LEE FLORES
37437 ZAPATA, CHRISTINE DIANNE VALENZUELA
37438 ZAPATA, JEFFREY DIWA
37439 ZAPATA, KLARIBELL
37440 ZAPE, CIREZA ANNE GONONG
37441 ZAPE, JOSSEL VERA
37442 ZARA, ELAINE JEAN GUINTO
37443 ZARA, KRISTINE JOY BRITANICO
37444 ZARAGOSA, CARYLL PANTINO
37445 ZARAGOSA, MARJORIE REBLANDO
37446 ZARAGOSA, MARK JOSEPH EMPIG
37447 ZARAGOSA, ROCKY JAMES ENDRINA
37448 ZARAGOSA, ZHEENA RUMYR MATURAN
37449 ZARAGOZA, CASSANDRA JOYCE VILLADOLID
37450 ZARAGOZA, DANICA TOLENTINO
37451 ZARASPE, JUSTINE MAE SANGCO
37452 ZARATE, JOANNA FILIPINAS MAGNO
37453 ZARATE, MARY GRACE LUMBAB
37454 ZARATE, MAURINE GAYLE PADILLA
37455 ZARATE, NESSA GRACE COMPALAS
37456 ZARATE, SARAH JANE PASCUA
37457 ZARCENO, MARY JANE SAPOTALO
37458 ZARCILLA, PAUL WENZELJOE LOFRANCO
37459 ZARTIGA, SHELLEY GRACE REZANO
37460 ZASPA, FRITZIE VILLANUEVA
37461 ZAYCO, CARLO LUIGI PAMINTUAN
37462 ZEPEDA, POLLY KHEM YAP
37463 ZERNA, ANA MARIE PADA
37464 ZERNA, ROZIEL JOY RENEGADO
37465 ZERNA, SOMAIRA RODRIGUEZ
37466 ZERRUDO, JOSEPHINE CONEJOS
37467 ZERRUDO, MARY GRACE MARTE
37468 ZERRUDO, NEPOMUCENO JR MUYCO
37469 ZIALCITA, MICHELLE ANNE ALINDOGAN
37470 ZINAMPAN, AILRET GANNABAN
37471 ZINAMPAN, JIVE ROJAS
37472 ZINGAPAN, CENON JR API
37473 ZINGAPAN, MICHELLE BERSAMIN
37474 ZIPAGAN, JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER ULITIN
37475 ZIPAGAN, MARK KELVIN ABELLA
37476 ZIPAGANG, RAISA SIMANGAN
37477 ZITA, CHARMAYNE MENDOZA
37478 ZITA, JADE JUSTINE MANALANG
37479 ZOBERBIER, KRISON ROY FLORIDA
37480 ZOILO, JAN SANDY PUEBLAS
37481 ZOLAYVAR, DONNA BELLE MANAYON
37482 ZOLETA, EMMANUEL STEPHEN DE VERA
37483 ZOLETA, JEFF LORRAINE GARCIA
37484 ZOMIL, MICAH JOY LUNOD
37485 ZONIO, LEONILYN SARSA
37486 ZONIO, RIMER BAGAN
37487 ZORDILLA, YVETTE DE GUZMAN
37488 ZORILLA, MARIE GREECE DUCLAYAN
37489 ZORNOSA, MARIA SOCORRO BAOY
37490 ZORRILLA, IVY KRIS HECHANOVA
37491 ZUBIAGA, JHONATHAN EUGENIO
37492 ZULUAGA, JAMES JONATHAN RUTHERFORD
37493 ZULUETA, AMY ROSARIO
37494 ZULUETA, BEVERLY JOY LEONEN
37495 ZULUETA, CHARMAIGNE MENDOZA
37496 ZULUETA, ELMER ACDOL
37497 ZULUETA, HANNAH LOIS TONG
37498 ZULUETA, KENETTE ANGELO SANTIAGO
37499 ZUMARRAGA, LOUELLA ALLIE QUEVADA
37500 ZUNIEGA, LOVELY AN PADILLA
37501 ZUNIEGA, MARY ANN SURAL
37502 ZUNIGA, EMELYN VILLENA
37503 ZURBANO, ELIZABETH ESCALANTE
37504 ZURBANO, GYSIA CRISTIN CRUZ
37505 ZURBANO, JEFFREY LOREN GENER
37506 ZURRIAGA, MARY ANGELIQUE GALINNERO
37507 ZUÑIGA, ANNA IRENE CAYETANO
37508 ZUÑIGA, GLENDA PASCUAL
37509 ZUÑIGA, KATHREEN ALLENE FLORES
37510 ZUÑIGA, KENNETH MONTEALEGRE
37511 ZUÑIGA, MAY ANN VELARDE
37512 ZUÑIGA, MICHAEL JOSEPH BRIONES
37513 ZUÑO, CHERRYL ANN TAN


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RESULTS FOR SURNAME Y
JULY 2011 Nurses Board Examination Results (PRC NLE Exam Results)
NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION
Roll of Successful Examinees in the NURSING LICENSURE EXAMINATION last July 2 and 3, 2011


37027 YABUT, ALIZA SANTOS
37028 YABUT, ELEONOR OCAMPO
37029 YABUT, ENRICO JR CORONACION
37030 YABUT, FRITZIE VIOLON
37031 YABUT, JOHN PAUL DUNGCA
37032 YABUT, JOHN PAUL YAP
37033 YABUT, JORGEN ARCA
37034 YABUT, LORENA SABDAO
37035 YABUT, MARICAR PACOMA
37036 YABUT, NICO LAURENCE ATAY
37037 YABUT, RICHARD JOHN CORONACION
37038 YABUT, SHALOM PATEÑA
37039 YABUT, SHIELA ROSE MANGALINO
37040 YABUT, SUSY JUNE DIVINAGRACIA
37041 YACABA, JAN TRISHA RUBIO
37042 YACAP, MARIA NICKA AMOSIN
37043 YACAPIN, CARLEN MAE LAUDENCIA
37044 YACAPIN, GINA NANAY
37045 YACAS, RODEL SALUDES
37046 YADAO, CIELO MARISSE RAFAEL
37047 YADAO, JONELL BESA
37048 YADIS, GERSOMA TUMAPANG
37049 YAGAYA, ELENNETH ANNE OÑAS
37050 YAGONIA, MABELLE JOY CUAJAO
37051 YAGYAGEN, JUSTIN BALANAG
37052 YAHIN, JOVIE ANN VIERNES
37053 YAHIYA, MONINA PEREZ
37054 YAHYA, AMINAH JOY AQUINO
37055 YAKIT, FRANCES AINA BAUTISTA
37056 YALA, MARICHU OASAY
37057 YALO, MARK CARRILLO
37058 YALONG, ALYSSA ELAINE BONDAD
37059 YALONG, ELIZA LOUISE GARCIA
37060 YALONG, JON CARLO CABAIS
37061 YALUNG, ATHENA MARIE VITUG
37062 YALUNG, IAN PAUL MALIG
37063 YALUNG, JESSICA ROSE SANCHEZ
37064 YALUNG, MARLA ANTONIO
37065 YAMANAKA, MARICRIS BUCUD
37066 YAMARO, JEAN SHEILAH MAGDUGO
37067 YAMASHITA, SACHIKO MARIE PEREÑA
37068 YAMAT, DEBBIE PELICANO
37069 YAMAT, IMMA MARIE AGUEDAN
37070 YAMAT, KIERSTINE JOY HERNANDEZ
37071 YAMAT, MAY JORNALA
37072 YAMBA, JESSAH ALMIRA IGSOLO
37073 YAMBAO, BALTAZAR JR PINEDA
37074 YAMBAO, CIARA MARIE BANAWA
37075 YAMBAO, ELY MART BANTIQUE
37076 YAMBAO, ELYSSA BIANCA CHING
37077 YAMBAO, JOANNA BRAZOS
37078 YAMBAO, JUNSEN TALLADA
37079 YAMBAO, KRISTINA MARIE DE VERA
37080 YAMBAO, MARGARET LYN FLAMINIANO
37081 YAMBAO, MARIZON PALCONE
37082 YAMBAO, MHAR KENNETH BALBOA
37083 YAMBAO, RAYAN PLATON
37084 YAMBAO, RHODA CRISOSTOMO
37085 YAMBOT, CHRIS STEFFI ISIP
37086 YAMBOT, JAYBEE CLAIRE SANTOS
37087 YAMBOT, JONATHAN RICANOR
37088 YAMBOT, KATHLEEN KAY KAMPITAN
37089 YAMBOT, MELVIN LESTER FERMIN
37090 YAMON, ANGELIE MAE ARELLANO
37091 YAMSON, PINKY ESCUDERO
37092 YAMSUAN, NIÑO POCHOLO FRANCISCO
37093 YAMUTA, MARK JOHNDE QUIJADA
37094 YAMYAMIN, RESYL MAE ALIVIO
37095 YAN, NATHANIEL LACUNA
37096 YAN, RENETTA LACSON
37097 YANA, SHALOM LUMANOG
37098 YANCHA, JOEPET ABELLANEDA
37099 YANCHA, MA JANESSE CERCADO
37100 YANDOC, ESTRELLA MARIE
37101 YANDOC, MANILYN CALMA
37102 YANE, GAUVAIN GLENN MADJOS
37103 YANES, JERRICK MEJIA
37104 YANES, MARSMAN JUAN
37105 YANEZA, HAZEL JEAN PALATTAO
37106 YANG, ELIZABETH ORBINO
37107 YANG, JEN ANNE TAN
37108 YANG, JENALYN BORBOLLA
37109 YANG, RITCHELL YEE
37110 YANGA, TOMAS MARIO ALLIAN
37111 YANGAN, THEA JOY MICABEL
37112 YANGAT, MARY JANE MOYA
37113 YANGCO, ARIANE TAPANG
37114 YANGUAS, ARLENE JOY DELA TORRE
37115 YANGUAS, CONTESSA GARCES
37116 YANGYANG, WINO UMAMING
37117 YANO, ERVIN ANDREW ARAGON
37118 YANONG, MA KAMILLE TORRES
37119 YAO, CHARMAINE NICOLE YAP
37120 YAO, ELAINE BERJA
37121 YAO, GLADY LAJARA
37122 YAO, JAY KRIS ABLING
37123 YAO, MAC RONALD TE
37124 YAO, STEPHANIE ANG
37125 YAP, ANTHONY PARAGSA
37126 YAP, ARVIN PAUL CANLAS
37127 YAP, BENICE AILEEN JIMENEZ
37128 YAP, CATHERINE BALGOS
37129 YAP, CHARITY JOYCE GALIA
37130 YAP, CHARMAINNE AYESHA RAMONA ALIH
37131 YAP, DAN MARTIN PONCE
37132 YAP, DENNIS PONCE
37133 YAP, EMIR WEE
37134 YAP, EMMANUEL ALFRANCIS ABIJAY
37135 YAP, GERALDINE CAWAGAS
37136 YAP, GRACE CO
37137 YAP, JACQUELINE DELECTOR
37138 YAP, JACQUELINE VENIA TAGO
37139 YAP, JAN HOWELL MENDOZA
37140 YAP, JC JAME DISCAYA
37141 YAP, JEREMY BRIAN BERGARA
37142 YAP, JERICK PINOTE
37143 YAP, JOAN VILLACORTA
37144 YAP, JOAN KRISTEL MANGUBAT
37145 YAP, JOANNE KARAY
37146 YAP, JOCEL GUMABAO
37147 YAP, JOHN STEPHEN VALENCIA
37148 YAP, KAREN OSHIN CABIGAS
37149 YAP, KATHLEEN ANNE AGRAVANTE
37150 YAP, KIM ROBERT BALABIS
37151 YAP, KRISTELLE CAÑETE
37152 YAP, LADY SHAYNE MILLANO
37153 YAP, LUDY ANNE AGUILAR
37154 YAP, MARIEL DE VERA
37155 YAP, MEA LORAINE SAQUIAN
37156 YAP, MONICA ANNE BAILON
37157 YAP, MYLA SAMPATON
37158 YAP, NIÑA ANGELICA BINUYA
37159 YAP, PARALUMAN CARDENAS
37160 YAP, PATRICK REGGIE AMPARADO
37161 YAP, RACHEL ANNE SORIANO
37162 YAP, ROWENA COSTELO
37163 YAP, SHEANNE FAYE GELACIO
37164 YAP, TANYA FAYE DALISDIS
37165 YAP, TATIANA MAVIL FERRER
37166 YAP, YOLLY BLYTH WONG
37167 YAP AIZON, DAVE MARTINEZ
37168 YAP AIZON, JAMAICA AGUSTIN
37169 YAPCHIONGCO, PATRICIA MARI DE JESUS
37170 YAPCHULAY, MARIA LUISA VISQUERRA
37171 YAPHA, JEPHTHAH PEPANIA
37172 YAPOYCO, STEFHANNIE FELLIZAR
37173 YAPTANGCO, ANNA MONICA VALEDA
37174 YARANON, JOEY AGGALUT
37175 YARCIA, MARY GRACE BAYYA
37176 YARIS, ANNA LIZA CAOILE
37177 YASAY, LORRAINE VELASCO
37178 YASE, DIONESS JOSEPH SANTANDER
37179 YASIN, SHARIFA APASHRA PEDRO
37180 YASIN, SHERMINA SAKALURAN
37181 YASIS, EMERON TABARANGAO
37182 YASOL, MARYLOU BONDOC
37183 YASSIN, AREEJ TANOG
37184 YATAR, DAWN MATIONG
37185 YATE, GAY ANTONNETE CALACAL
37186 YAUN, RAMYR EARL DESABILLE
37187 YAYA, ALYSSA JEAN GARCIA
37188 YAYAEN, RIZZA CUSAY
37189 YAÑEZ, KATHERINE JANE ANAY
37190 YAÑEZ, RICHARD KEVIN GERENIA
37191 YBADLIT, MONIQUE REBOLLOS
37192 YBALLE, DONNA MARIE CARMEL MONTERO
37193 YBARDONI, ROSE JEAN MAHUSAY
37194 YBAÑEZ, CECILLE PAZ BRIONES
37195 YBAÑEZ, JENELLE APRIL GOMEZ
37196 YBAÑEZ, JOSE MARIA OCLAMAN
37197 YBAÑEZ, JOSEF CHRISTER MARTINEZ
37198 YBAÑEZ, LUNA KATHELEEN UY
37199 YBAÑEZ, MELCHOR OBISPO
37200 YBAÑEZ, RAINNA GLENN ARCIAGA
37201 YBAÑEZ, STEFFI MEJIA
37202 YBAÑEZ, THOM JUSTIN PARDILLO
37203 YBONA, HAZZEL LYN DAHILIG
37204 YBURAN, JUNAS ARNEL EYAS
37205 YBURAN, PILAR ARIBAL
37206 YCARO, DIANA JEAN ROSALES
37207 YCO, MARIEL DEANA PINEDA
37208 YCOGO, J LABYRINTH KITH BALIGUAS
37209 YCONG, JEANICA PACHECO
37210 YCOT, JOHN MARCEL EDISAN
37211 YCOY, FARRAH KATRINA AVILA
37212 YDEO, MARCHRISTOPHER TANDOC
37213 YDEO, RUSSEL REYES
37214 YDER, REY ANTHONY TRUJILLO
37215 YEBES, MARK PAULO JUAN
37216 YECYEC, JUNAVIEL POLINAR
37217 YECYEC, JUNIBE POLINAR
37218 YECYEC, SYLVESTER LASTRELLA
37219 YECYECAN, CHRISTIAN VIRAY
37220 YEDRA, GRETEL ESCUETA
37221 YEE, JINEFFER AVILA
37222 YEE, KARMELA DANIELLE VILLANUEVA
37223 YEE, MARC ARVIN VICENCIO
37224 YEE, MARK ANTHONY LEDUNA
37225 YEMA, MIKKO AGUASON
37226 YEUNG, CANDY MAE VIRTUDES
37227 YGOT, KATHLEEN QUIJADA
37228 YGOT, MARIAN TAMI MERCADO
37229 YGOÑA, MARIA CRISTINA BONGALONTA
37230 YGSI, MELANIE HINAMPAS
37231 YJARES, RONDAVID RAMOS
37232 YLAGAN, EMMANUEL JR HORNEDO
37233 YLAGAN, KIMBERLYN TAN
37234 YLAGAN, MELIZA ROMERO
37235 YLAGAN, REAH RENCHIE BAHALA
37236 YLANAN, DANA ERIKA TIBUDAN
37237 YLANAN, RYAN KIEN AMAMIO
37238 YLAYA, CARL MONICA REYES
37239 YLAYA, PHOEBE CARIÑOSA
37240 YLAYA, RANNEE MARIE OBANDO
37241 YMSON, NATHALIE PALAGANAS
37242 YNAWAT, HAIFHANNAH ABDUL
37243 YNGENTE, FRANCIS NEIL LIM
37244 YNTELA, FIONA RHEA CATHERINE MARTINEZ
37245 YNZON, ELLEN ROSE SUBIATE
37246 YOCMOS, DANIEL JR AMAGUEN
37247 YOCOGAN, JAY BANGIACAN
37248 YOCTE, RONNIESA HIJARA
37249 YODA, JOSEPH JIRO LALO
37250 YOGORE, JUNE LYN RODRIGUEZ
37251 YONZON, MARY STEPHANIE OLOROSISIMO
37252 YONZON, NIÑO ZAREX ORINOCO
37253 YORRO, BRIGETTE CAMPANIA
37254 YOSALINA, LEA ANGELICA EDORIA
37255 YOSHIMURA, MIYO BONIFACIO
37256 YOSORES, JUBELYN TABUCAN
37257 YOSOYA, LESLIE SALES
37258 YOSOYA, LYNDIE GENON
37259 YOSUICO, ANDREW BROPHY
37260 YOUNG, ARCENIA SAMONTE
37261 YOUNG, AUDRIENNE LICONO
37262 YOUNG, CHADCHASE LICONO
37263 YOUNG, GRANT RAINIERE OPULENTISIMA
37264 YOUNG, HAROLD ANDREW TEJADA
37265 YOUNG, HONEY JOY ESPELETA
37266 YOUNG, JULIA ANGELI PADERES
37267 YOUNG, ROXANNE FRANCHESCA MARTINEZ
37268 YOUNG, SARAH JANE UY
37269 YPIL, MERVIC MARIE ENRIQUEZ
37270 YRAY, DULCE AMOR DELA CRUZ
37271 YSAGUIRRE, MARY JOY RULLODA
37272 YSIP, JONELLA TING
37273 YSMAEL, KRISTLE ANNE DACQUEL
37274 YTAC, LEBY ANGELO BERNARDO
37275 YTURRALDE, CHIELO ANN CATO
37276 YU, ALANI MARIE VELOSO
37277 YU, CHADWINDRIC CATINDOY
37278 YU, FEBIE JANE SABOY
37279 YU, FERDINAND BALDEDOMAR
37280 YU, FRANCESCA YAP
37281 YU, GENNEVIE BISNAR
37282 YU, GERALDINE BISNAR
37283 YU, GIOVANNI MANAYTAY
37284 YU, GLADYS CINCO
37285 YU, HANNAH MIA AHYONG
37286 YU, JOE ANNE MARIE TORCULAS
37287 YU, JONATHAN CAPIZ
37288 YU, JOSEPH BERNARD ONG
37289 YU, KARL BRIAN TORCULAS
37290 YU, KEVIN MICHAEL RAMIREZ
37291 YU, KIMBERLY ANNE ARCIGA
37292 YU, LIEZEL CUETARA
37293 YU, LOUIE POGOY
37294 YU, MARIA CARMELA YLAGAN
37295 YU, MARIDAY SEGOVIA
37296 YU, MARK ANGELO RIVERA
37297 YU, MARK JAYSON RAFOLS
37298 YU, MICHAEL GUEVARRA
37299 YU, MICHELLE VILLASEÑOR
37300 YU, MICHELLE JOAN DELA ROSA
37301 YU, PETER LIM
37302 YU, RICHIE LO
37303 YU, RIVA EUNICE EROY
37304 YU, SARAH SORIANO
37305 YUCAMCO, YANESSA MALCO
37306 YUCHITCHO, ROXANNE ARADO
37307 YUCOR, GENICA LORRAINE TATOY
37308 YUCOR, JOHN RAY BALDEMOR
37309 YUDELMO, RYAN SERIACO
37310 YUHENGCO, CHRISTOFER JOHN CHUA
37311 YUKI, JEFFREY GADIANO
37312 YULAS, ZALDY RAPATAN
37313 YULATIC, RAIZA MAYE DIAZ
37314 YULO, DWAYNE JOHN JARING
37315 YULO, NOEL CHRISTIAN OLALO
37316 YULORES, MARLEEN VILLANUEVA
37317 YUMANG, ARGEI AGUILAR
37318 YUMANG, ROWEL KALIM
37319 YUMOL, CARLO RAFAEL NUÑEZ
37320 YUMOL, MARJORIE LOIS LLANTO
37321 YUMOL, MARK MUSNGI
37322 YUMUL, ALMIRA MAMARIL
37323 YUMUL, CRIS MOSQUEDA
37324 YUMUL, EDMOND CAYABYAB
37325 YUMUL, EDWIN MALLARI
37326 YUMUL, MARK ANGELO BANAAG
37327 YUMUL, RIAH LYN CARREON
37328 YUNGCO, ARFER DONIAHAN
37329 YUNSAY, ROSEAN MARVI JOY MONTECLARO
37330 YUSI, DAISY JEAN CAPILI
37331 YUSI, JAN AXEL LOPEZ
37332 YUSON, ALEXIS MAR OLAGUER
37333 YUSON, CLAIRE VEDAD
37334 YUSON, JENNIFER SANTIAGO
37335 YUSON, LARAINE LAMBONAO
37336 YUSOPH, ANNE DIONISE MALABANAN
37337 YUSSOPH, SITTIE FATHMA DAROMIMBANG
37338 YUSUF, LULA MOHAMUD MOHAMED
37339 YUTUC, MARHELEN SERGIO
37340 YUZON, ABIGAEL TAN
37341 YUZON, JOEL ADRIAN ARELLANO
37342 YUZON, MARIA CARLA QUIJANO
37343 YÑIGO, JEAN CAREN HERNANDEZ


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