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More foreign nurses may qualify for temporary work visas

By Cristina A. Godinez

More foreign nurses may be able to come and work in the U.S. sooner than usual, following the release of a recent memo by the U.S. 784 more words


Unsung Heroes

It was a particularly rough day in oncology today and I am utterly humbled by the dedication and compassion of the oncology nurses. The oncology doctors are great with their amazing scientific words of hope in new advancements and medical technology that they provide on their long lap through the most hopeless ward in the hospital. 282 more words


Sleeping your way to the top

I read a post on this topic on bella naija today and I refused to comment because I didn’t want the blog nazis to come after me. 772 more words


Looking forward to welcoming our new Project Co-ordinators!

This week we have been busy  finalising the one day training for our new Project Co-ordinators on the 21st August. We are really excited about meeting them all and hosting them at our offices here on Oxford Street! 417 more words


Telling the Truth Not part of Medical Testing

This is what I am told by the nurse.

‘No big deal, drop by the lab I will call you in 24  hrs with results.’ I explained to the nurse this wasn’t going to be ‘sunshine & lollipops lab work’ yet she stayed with her 24hr I will call you ‘No big deal’ speech. 472 more words

If She Yells 'Help Me' - Poster Therapy to Convey the Needs, Identity of an Ailing Parent

Joan Melton, MSN, lives in Indiana.

I am a geriatric nurse practitioner and have also been the daughter to an ill, aging parent. I felt well trained for my professional role but struggled with the latter. 1,192 more words


E. Liverpool City Hospital to close maternity and pediatric wards

EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio (WYTV) - Employees at East Liverpool City Hospital received an email from hospital President and CEO Ken Cochran Tuesday saying the hospital was closing its obstetrics and pediatric wards by the end of August. 126 more words

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