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- by kingpin Feb 22, '10hi fellow nurses. i applied in qmmc in project 4, qc for the nurse trainee position. i was scheduled for the exam on april 13, 2010. i just want to ask you guys who have taken the exams before in qmmc on what i should be reviewing? do you have any tips on what i should read or review?! please, any help/tips would be appreciated. thanks and God bless you all.
- Feb 22, '10 by tron22its more on basic nursing knowledge.. computations and chartings..... they have identification and true or false type of questions. they use the result of exam for evalutation ( i guess?) and not for screening applicants for their training. that's all I can share with you.
- Feb 23, '10 by kingpinQuote from tron22its more on basic nursing knowledge.. computations and chartings..... they have identification and true or false type of questions. they use the result of exam for evalutation ( i guess?) and not for screening applicants for their training. that's all I can share with you.
wow. they have identification and true or false questions?! thanks. when did you took the exam btw. i better start reading and reviewing then. were you trained there? thanks again...
- Feb 23, '10 by tron22I took exam on the last week of january and i'm currently training there right now. My training started this 1st week of month. Goodluck!
- Feb 24, '10 by kingpinthanks for the tip. goodluck to you too and God bless
- Feb 24, '10 by jidoushawhat are the requirements? and how much do i have to pay?thanx
- Feb 24, '10 by kingpinthe usual, photocopy of tor, diploma, nbi, a letter of intent addressed to angeles t. de leon (medical center chief II), a 2x2 photo(which you will attach to the application form which will be given to you at the "special concerns department"), updated resume. they only accept applications every tuesdays and fridays from 1pm to 4pm. they are very strict with that. you dont have to pay anything when you go there. they will just schedule you for an exam. my exam date is on april 13. so i still have alot of time for reading and reviewing. good luck
- Feb 24, '10 by arvicharlie@ tron22: how long is the training? and after the training what happens to the trainee? does he/she becomes a staff nurse?
- Feb 25, '10 by tron22the training is for 2 mos. only in their general ward. 3 days in a week. you'll pay them 1,ooo/month. After 2 weeks of training, they'll give you full responsiblity to your patient. charting (I&O, IV sheet, med sheet, others) preparing and giving meds, bedside care, ff ups, endorsements etc like a true staff. Don't hesitate to ask if you're in doubt, that's free. hehe! after 2 mos. you can extend depeding on your performance for 4 mos. in special areas (MICU, SICU, NICU, OR, ER, DR, RR etc.). After that, they will call you if their in need of nurses. There's a new building called Neuroscience building and they might hire some nurses. The only problem is...... there's a lot of trainees waiting to be called........ =) meaning it's not a guarantee to have a slot. For the training, you'll learn a lot from them..
- Feb 25, '10 by de_ghi can i ask for a direction. or how can i get there coming from mrt north ave station. thanks in advance