Posts tagged "NURSE"
RN Heals 4 Application Guide for Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital

RN Heals 4 Application Guide for Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital

The Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital is now accepting applicants for the RN Heals batch 4. Applicants may now file their applications though the DOH has stated that official application forms will be available by November 1-30, 2012. If you are interested in applying for the RNHeals 4 at this hospital, here are the requirements needed:...
Amoxicillin Drug Study

Amoxicillin Drug Study

  Antibiotics are commonly used by lay people to treat conditions and infections without consultation with doctors. One very common broad-spectrum antibiotic that is cheap and almost all people know is Amoxicillin. Generic Name: Amoxicillin Brand Name: Amoxil, Polymox Classification: Non-narcotic analgesic, Antipyretic,Antibiotic Uses: Ear, nose, and throat infections due to Streptococcus species. GU Infections...
Nurses on Immunizations

Nurses on Immunizations

Now that you are a registered nurse, you are ready to face the real world of giving quality nursing care. Aside from acquiring the much coveted duty uniform, shoes and apparel, you might be thinking how you can be protected while at work. Whether you are working with pay or not, it is of essential...
Float Nurse: An uplifting remedy or a sinking solution for manpower?

Float Nurse: An uplifting remedy or a sinking solution for manpower?

Have you experienced floating to other units because they lack manpower and your unit has a low patient census? You walked to that station; clueless of your companions, clueless of what’s going on, and clueless of your patient assignments. Scary right? According to Medical Dictionary, float nurse is available for assignment to duty on an...
Job Forecast for Nursing Graduates [Infographic]

Job Forecast for Nursing Graduates [Infographic]

Nursing is one of the fastest growing sectors of the healthcare industry. It is projected that the demand for Nursing will continue until the year 2020 as the”baby-boomer” population significantly ages and they are retiring one by one. New nurses will soon enter the market and will replace these old boomers. It is a fact...
Anger Management 101

Anger Management 101

There have been times in a nurse’s busy life when she comes across individuals who would just be so good at extinguishing that deep sense of patience and peace the nurse carries within. These individuals may be fellow nurses, superiors, clients, doctors, med-techs, pharmacists, or practically anyone the nurse comes across with. The most common...
Colostomy Care Nursing Procedure

Colostomy Care Nursing Procedure

A Colostomy is an artificial opening that is created as a means for evacuation of bowel contents in the event that the large intestine, otherwise known as the colon, is incapable of performing this function. A colostomy can be created for a number of reasons and they may or may not be temporary.In cases of...
What is a Nursing Theory?

What is a Nursing Theory?

Warning: You might be overwhelmed by this topic. It might cause epistaxis to some but don’t get me wrong, theoretical foundations in nursing was taught to us during our freshmen year. Thus, it is only a go- over for nursing professionals.To start with, a theory is defined as an organized system of ideas that is...
Health Tips for Nurses

Health Tips for Nurses

Hospitals are institutions that cater to the ailing individuals of society. They are places where people go to in order for them to rest and recuperate. These Medical Centers are equipped with complex machines, state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, medicines, clinics, a laboratory, and a lot more in order to properly cater to sick individuals. Many hospitals...
Nursing a Loved One with Cancer

Nursing a Loved One with Cancer

The diagnosis struck us with great devastation – Cancer. Yes, the most dreaded illness that any person would not want to suffer. It was an ordinary day. The tinge of sunlight does not seem to put sheer brightness but I find it enjoying when it touches my skin. I had with me a hot cup...
Valor and Sacrifice:The Nursing Profession

Valor and Sacrifice:The Nursing Profession

Nursing is a passionate profession. It is the profession that requires not only motivation, drive, knowledge, and skills. It is the one profession that requires one to take heart, to use his compassion in rendering genuine, altruistic care to different people no matter what race, color, age, sex, gender identity, nationality, culture, language, and ethnicity,...
Eighteen Beautiful Reasons Why I Love Nursing in the Philippines

Eighteen Beautiful Reasons Why I Love Nursing in the Philippines

Nurses get paid big-time. Nurses are covered with a comprehensive health insurance plan that promises completely free services and medicines during times of health-related crises. Nurses are assured of a stable, safe, and productivity-enhancing nurse-patient ratio. Nurses are considered assets and safeguards of lives and health so they are assured of numerous benefits and stable...
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