How to be a Registered Nurse-Midwife in the Philippines? - page 4

Good day to all. I just want to know the process on how to be a Registered Nurse-Midwife here in the Philippines. I am already a Registered Nurse and I am planning to take the Midwifery Licensure... Read More

  1. Visit  migraineattack profile page
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    Quote from jadedme
    Really? Said who? Are you from PRC?
    lolz.see for yourself
  2. Visit  jadedme profile page
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    Alright. I'll go there later.
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    Alright. As promised I went to prc earlier. So many would be teachers and seamen were there. I went to window 9 of the application department and the lady there gave me the guidelines:BASIC REQUIREMENTS:1. NSO birth certificate2. Tor3. Passport size pic with name tag 4pcs4. Cedula5. Exam fee- 600other requirements:1. Prc Id2. Board cert3. Cert of consent (from the affiliated hospital; lying-inns etc)4. Record of deliveries handled5. Cert of trainings/ seminars of supervising RM6. Prc ID license and employees' ID of both supervising RM and certifying officerstraight from the list which the lady gave me to have it photocopied. So there is no mention of having to take the midwifery curriculum or ladderized students. so if I were you people I won't just believe other people just because they said so. You can go to prc window 9 application department. The purpose of this thread is to help fellow RNs with their queries particularly taking the RM exam and I just can't believe that even here crab mentality is rampant. Very Pinoy huh?
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    And btw, to those of you who are from Manila and would like to complete their cases in lying in centers, you have to construct a letter of request and address it to *****, acting city health officer. Go to the city hall, the middle part or you can just ask people there to direct you towards the Manila health department. And then go to the records section. Someone will accept your letter and will instruct you to write your contact number so they can contact you once your request is approved which may take a week as per the lady who received my letter. You have to secure 3 copies. I also asked if I get to choose the lying in but the lady told me to wait until they contact me so there. There goes everything that I know based on what I've gone through the whole day which btw is super stormy.
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on May 31, '12 : Reason: name removed, please use the pm system
  5. Visit  migraineattack profile page
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    Quote from jadedme
    Alright. As promised I went to prc earlier. So many would be teachers and seamen were there. I went to window 9 of the application department and the lady there gave me the guidelines:BASIC REQUIREMENTS:1. NSO birth certificate2. Tor3. Passport size pic with name tag 4pcs4. Cedula5. Exam fee- 600other requirements:1. Prc Id2. Board cert3. Cert of consent (from the affiliated hospital; lying-inns etc)4. Record of deliveries handled5. Cert of trainings/ seminars of supervising RM6. Prc ID license and employees' ID of both supervising RM and certifying officerstraight from the list which the lady gave me to have it photocopied. So there is no mention of having to take the midwifery curriculum or ladderized students. so if I were you people I won't just believe other people just because they said so. You can go to prc window 9 application department. The purpose of this thread is to help fellow RNs with their queries particularly taking the RM exam and I just can't believe that even here crab mentality is rampant. Very Pinoy huh?
    crab mentality?excuse me.our staff nurse and even my colleagues was denied by the prc in our place to take the said exam.they had the necessary reqts back then but unfortunately, was denied.very pinoy?lolz
  6. Visit  jadedme profile page
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    Quote from migraineattack
    nope. sorry nurses. only ladderized nursing/midwifery students are allowed to take te board. i think the last bAtch of nurses who took this exam was on nov2009
    Maybe you and your colleagues WERE denied but it doesn't mean that nurses can no longer take the midwifery boards. Why are they accepting the requirements and interviewing nurses in the first place ? You even said that you've undergone the same process but unfortunately you weren't able to pass it. You said it like it's absolut that prc doesn't allow rns to take the midwifery boards. And it's just so funny that you replied to the crab mentality thing. Were you hit?
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    And btw my cousin took that exam. She's an RN RM now. She's from feu and now she's in Norway. So don't give us that "nope sorry nurses" crap ok? Maybe you're just so unfortunate to be denied by PRC and you try to discourage other RNs from taking the exam. *mope mope*
  8. Visit  migraineattack profile page
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    Quote from jadedme
    Maybe you and your colleagues WERE denied but it doesn't mean that nurses can no longer take the midwifery boards. Why are they accepting the requirements and interviewing nurses in the first place ? You even said that you've undergone the same process but unfortunately you weren't able to pass it. You said it like it's absolut that prc doesn't allow rns to take the midwifery boards. And it's just so funny that you replied to the crab mentality thing. Were you hit?
    haha.. sorry xp

    i already passed that exam years ago.i only shared the exp my friends had about prc ))
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    Ah good for you.
  10. Visit  markjohnuel profile page
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    is it true that the signatories for the suturing nd iv cases need to be trained for suturing nd iv themselves.,.,
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Jun 18, '12 : Reason: Tagalog removed

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