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The Patient Classification System
Patient Classification System is used to managed effectively the nurse care needed for each type of patient.

Best Ways to Avoid Depression
Can depression be prevented? It is a common mental disorder that affects over a million people in the world. Your relapse risk can vary, depending on the harshness of your symptoms and family history.  

Common Truths and Myths About Impaired Nurses
Addiction is considered a disease, but the addicted nurse remains responsible for actions when working. An impaired nurse is someone who uses alcohol or a controlled substance on a regular basis to the extent that it interferes with their work.

Migration of Healthcare Workers: Why Does it Happen?
One of the most critical challenges that healthcare systems face is a shortage of healthcare professionals. These shortages are usually rooted in a lack of respurces that prevents the training or retraining of sufficient numbers of nurses, physicians or other healtcare workers.

Top 5 Problems of a Nurse
To be a nurse is a high pressure, high responsibility where you have no control over anything, patient load, work environment.  

Healthy Foods for Busy Nurses
For busy nurses, there is no time for anything more than fast food. At work, they can't always take time away from patients in need, no matter how hungry they may be.  

World Blood Donor Day 2014
World Blood Donor Day every June 14th is a global observance and not a public holiday. The focus of this year's celebration is “Safe blood for saving mothers”.            

Canadian Immigration Advice for Nurses: What You Need to Know
Montreal, Canada, June 2nd2014 – Cities and towns across Canada are in need of talented nursing professionals. For this reason, the Government of Canada has created several programs that facilitate immigration for nurses from around the world.

Filipino Nurses Recognized in the Filipino-Australian Nursing Awards 2014
The inauguration of the Filipino-Australian Nursing Awards was set at the Rooty Hill, Sydney last March 23.  12  Filipino nurses, one of which is a student, received Excellence Awards for their dedication and unrelenting service in their respective specializations.

Coping With the Japanese Nursing Licensure Exam
Filipino nurse candidates under the Japan-Philippine Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA) are scheduled to take the Japan nursing licensure examination this month.  This is to fill the country's over 40,000 nurses shortage mainly in suburban and rural areas where salaries are lower and less attractive to Japanese nurses.

US Poll: Nurses Are The Most Honest and Ethical Among Professionals
Most Americans, through a conducted poll say that nurses are the most ethical and honest professionals this year.

Filipino Nurse Becomes Florence Nightingale Foundation Scholar
A UK-based Filipino nurse was awarded the Florence Nightingale Foundation (FNF) travel scholarship for 2013-2014.

Only Five Filipino Nurses Passed the Nursing Board Exam in Middle East
The Professional Regulations Commission (PRC) announced that only five nurses out of a total of 318 examinees obtain a passing score in the Nursing Licensure Examination (NLE) given in the following countries/cities: Abu Dhabi in  United Arab Emirates; Jeddah and Riyadh in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; and in Doha in Qatar last October of this year.

Agreement Approves Mutual Recognition of DHA and HAAD Licenses in UAE
Healthcare professionals in United Arab Emirates including overseas Filipino wokers (OFWs) need no longer worry about getting different work licenses in Abu Dhabi and Dubai as the two medical licenses are now mutually recognized in both emirates.

How a Pinay Caregiver in Canada Became Part of Canada's Armed Forces
Gina Pinangat first came to Canada in 1991 to work as a Live-in Caregiver under the Foreign Domestic Movement Program. Her first two years in Canada proved to be challenging as she battled against homesickness.


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