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For Nursing, you may need a year of work experience to qualify.
why not try sa UP wala naman mawawala
Oh ok. :P I'm going to apply na rin in my alma mater. (RTRMS) Makati Med. I'd like to have my skills furnished first before I do anything else.
experience, experience, experience. let us not be ego hungry with suffixes added to our names. skills are what separates real nurses from posers. Nurses with Masters degrees and mediocre experience are laughable. We only learn 20% in schools, 80% we learn from first hand experience. Too much educational attainment but we dont know what to do when face to face with a real nursing situation. PEACE.
ask ku lang if what school can offer MAN, major in psychology? thanks!
Have you any experience? I suggest involving in a Psychiatric Nursing field, this is the closest to your interest. Patients need you, they need us right beside them holding their hands. They are our responsibility.
Also FYI, a Masters degree does not make us better nurses. In REALITY, what Masters do is take us out of bedside nursing and put us in an administrative/supervisory roles. I will be taking Masters after 17 years pf bedside nursing and fair to say I am tired of shifts and I am raising a family now and will accept a promotion at the Administrative level and the primary requirement is a MAsters degree, kahit saan bansa ko kunin, I REPEAT, it is CREDITED in NY State where I practice. Let me reiterate the importance of EXPERIENCE before any degrees. US nurses respect and are very impressed with a well experienced humble nurse. Let your hands (skills) do the talking and not some piece of diploma because we happen to pass some test.
2 subjects lang po difference nila
im presently enrolled sa UP (open university)... MAN major on adult health. kala ko mas madale kc online... pero dami try GSA (global scholarship alliance) sa US sila nagsponsor ng masteral. free un
can someone tell me the most effective way to go (work) to canada? jobless ako right now. hirap pumasok sa hospital kc tambak ang nurses. i already have my ielts. my nclex wont count ***** sa canada. 2yrs hospital exp. at 1sem as CI.
Why canada? ummmh... kc feeling ko mas safe dun kesa sa US.
Canada has a point system rule. Stop by a Canadian Immigration office and they will teach you the basics, just DONT PAY them anything yet.
Graduate ako 2007, now I am taking my MPH this Fall 2008 sa isang State U dito sa CA, mag-uumpisa palang ako, sana makaya ko.
There are certain organizations in the US that do not recognize BSN and MSN degrees obtained from the Philippines.
The US Military (US Navy, US Army, US Air Forice) does not recognize bachelor's degree and master's degree in nursing obtained from the Philippines because no school of nursing is NLN (National League of Nursing) accredited in the Philippines. This info is only for those Pinoy nurses who are interested in becoming a navy, army or an air force nurse.