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Safe Motherhood and its Sad Reality [Maternal morbidity and mortality]

Maternal morbidity and mortality has always been attributed with the health condition of the pregnant mothers. According to AbouZahr (2003), the health of mothers...

The State of Nursing by 2018 – What Nurses Should Expect

When it comes to healthcare, nurses are the ones on the frontlines. We’re the first face a patient sees when they walk into a...

The Case of Victorino Chua -The Poison Nurse of Stepping Hill

Victorino Chua, 49 years old, also already dubbed as the ‘poison nurse of Stepping Hill Hospital’ United Kingdom was found guilty and convicted on...

Filipino Nurses await Jobs in Libya

Department of Labor and Employment recently stated from an interview of the hiring of  Filipino nurses in Libya. According to Labor Secretary Rosalida Baldoz the Libya...

Nurse Catches Ebola from Patient

The Ebola virus has been spreading like wildfire. This virus is transferred through direct contact with contaminated fluids like blood, vomit, and saliva. It...

PNoy dooms PH to Nurse Scarcity

Filipino nurses across the globe are anticipating the change. We assumed we could finally rest our thought that we don’t have to go abroad...

2016 Presidential Candidates – Who will win the votes of Nurses ?

Who among the presidential candidates won the heart of most nurses? Election 2016 is fast approaching! Just few more weeks and we will be...

What Else Do we need to Know about Zika Virus ?

We already heard substantial information about Zika virus, which usually comprises of basic knowledge about, but what else do we need to know with...

A Pregnant Nurse died after her shift

“…God needed a good nurse”, these are the words of heartbroken Dennis White, the long-time boyfriend, and fiancé of a 33-year-old nurse, Tanisha Malloy...

Nurse in Paris conducted CPR on a suicide bomber

Saving a life is not a choice or decision to make, but it’s an imperative action that requires an immediate response. The detrimental bombing...

Challenges faced by Nurses caring for HIV/AIDS patients in Sub-Saharan Africa

Did you know that sub-Saharan Africa has the smallest number of nurses compared to any other part of the world? Did you also know...

US Study: School Nurses save money

School nurses help avert medical costs lost in teachers and parents of school children, a US study shows. The research based in the Center for...