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Friday, November 25, 2011

How to pass the Dec 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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