Showing posts with label Nursing Matters. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nursing Matters. Show all posts

Not much demand for Filipino nurses in UK—POEA


The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration yesterday said the United Kingdom is not actively hiring Filipino nurses as it warned jobseekers to be wary of supposed vacancies advertised through social media channels.

Aquino cites vital contributions of occupational nurses, looks forward to working with them to provide quality health care to Filipinos


President Benigno S. Aquino III cited vital contributions of the country's occupational health nurses and said he looks forward to working with them in fulfillment of his government's promise of quality health care to millions of Filipinos.

Illegal recruiters target nurses with online job offers


DFA: Philippine Embassy in London reiterates warning on dubious online job offers - The Philippine Embassy in London reiterated its warning to Filipinos on dubious online job offers.

News: Deadline for nurses, caregivers for Japan extended


The Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) has extended the deadline for submission of application papers for nurses and caregivers who would like to work in Japan. Job seekers have until January 14, 2011 (Friday) to apply, the POEA said.

Our Message to NLE Takers


(Editor's Note: This is a re-post from our main site) -- Two days to go before the Nursing Board Exam takes place. The Nurses Licensure Examination (NLE) will be conducted by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) on July 3 and 4 (Saturday and Sunday). NLEResults.com, the leading resource for NLE results, wishes you all the best.

Agency nurses depriving regular workers of income


Agency nurses depriving regular workers of income
Dale G. Israel
Cebu Daily News
INQUIRER.net Nursing Matters

The provincial government's policy to outsource nurses for district hospitals resulted in low salaries, lower morale for regular nurses and dismal services to their patients.

BoN releases July 2010 NLE Outline


The Professional Regulation Commission - Board of Nursing (BoN) has released a new outline to be covered in the 2010 Nursing Licensure Examinations (NLE July 2010).

Top Nursing Review Center in the Philippines


What are the best or top nursing review centers in the Philippines? So far, no poll body has ever conducted a survey in 2010 as to what review center is the best, on top, or the cream of the crop. We have a list and it's up to you to decide.

Stiff Competition for Nurses


More than ninety five thousand (95,000) nursing graduates took the Nurses Licensure Examinations (NLE) last November 2009 and the results would be coming out anytime within this month or in February 2010.

When the results of the NLE for November 2009 are released, the passers should be grateful but should be ready for a new challenge after the celebrations.

The future nurses will have to strive harder, double the effort than those who got licenses in the previous years. This is because the competition is getting stiffer.

Yes, the global demand for nurses is continually increasing yet the number of countries producing them is likewise increasing.

In a recent study conducted by an organization, the figures showed that more and more countries have invested in nursing education. Countries like Korea, China, Egypt, India among others are into nursing too these days.

In the past decade the demand for nurses in the United States was at its peak but due to the ongoing health issue the government would prioritize american nurses before getting 'imports'.

There's hope for future nurses though...if and when the following will happen.

After the May 10 elections, the new Philippine government will make policies that will eventually lead to increase in salaries of government workers, nurses included, so that they will not have to seek for employment abroad.

Countries like Japan, Italy, Spain, the UK and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will further augment their nursing workforce.

The competition is getting stiffer. We do strongly believe, however, that Filipino nurses are better than anyone else in the world. They can always excel in the field no matter what.