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VACARE: As real as it gets, nurse unwanted?

Posted by exodians on May 9, 2009

Aw…it is not, the correct title is…

Nursing Crisis by Jen, R.N.

May 8th, 2009

Who is she? Where is she? Can anybody remember the blog entry?

I still remember the line from our Pentagon Mentors “Your exams may not be as complicated as the economic situation of America, but you will the Obama who is motivated and is fully trusted to rise above the others and become the pride of your PENTAGON FAMILY.”-True. Our board exams might be one of the noisiest board exams on media beside from those physician’s, lawyer’s and engineering. The rest are making own noise. Kidding. But to be more serious–It’s true that we are having millions of nurses in the Philippines. If you are one of the passengers of LRT’s in manila, then you’ll see that there’s a lot of nursing students in different school uniforms. Aside from that we are one of the leading producers of nurses around the globe. China and India are one of the exporter of nurses too.. Our rival.

I have this conversation with my friend through YM. He is in saudie now with his parents. He still ‘tambay’ there, and we were talking about ourselves and the other nurses. We are actually having our debate, ubusan ng english. He wanted me to see the crisis that we had when it comes to nurses and other jobs. Which I also knew. As if I’m blind to know that. The conversation goes like this: Read the rest of the entry.

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