Any Filipino nurses here??? - page 5

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  1. Visit  suzanne4} profile page
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    I am definitely not racist, but this is an International site for nurses all over the world. And others are unable to partake when other languages are spoken. I am extremely helpful to filipino posters, had you even bothered to check. But I can't offer any advice when I don't understand what has been posted. There are actual Filipino sites for those of you that wish to post in Tagalog. This forum was designed for nurses freom around the world to help each other. There are nurses from Australia, China, Sweden, Nigeria, etc. posting and it is nice when everyone is able to look at the posts as we learn from each other.

    Maybe it is you that has the attitude problem?
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  3. Visit  ustegrl} profile page
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    well i never talked about that attitude problem. All i cud say is there's nothing wrong talking in different language as long as nobody's getting hurt. Just respect this thread.
  4. Visit  chiliwings} profile page
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    Didnt mean to offend anyone. But didnt you read from the Title that it says "Filipino nurses?" Anyway, no need to get on each other's nerves. I was just happy to know that I found some of my fellow countrymen here in this forum. Hence, the post in Tagalog.




    Quote from suzanne4
    I am definitely not racist, but this is an International site for nurses all over the world. And others are unable to partake when other languages are spoken. I am extremely helpful to filipino posters, had you even bothered to check. But I can't offer any advice when I don't understand what has been posted. There are actual Filipino sites for those of you that wish to post in Tagalog. This forum was designed for nurses freom around the world to help each other. There are nurses from Australia, China, Sweden, Nigeria, etc. posting and it is nice when everyone is able to look at the posts as we learn from each other.

    Maybe it is you that has the attitude problem?
  5. Visit  chiliwings} profile page
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    I agree.. thanks UsteGrl. (I take it you're from UST?)



    Quote from ustegrl
    well i never talked about that attitude problem. All i cud say is there's nothing wrong talking in different language as long as nobody's getting hurt. Just respect this thread.
  6. Visit  suzanne4} profile page
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    But do take into account that Allnurses.com is actually an American BB.
    There are many other boards available for you to speak to each other in Tagalog. This one is open to nurses from all over the world, and we should respect each other as such.
  7. Visit  ustegrl} profile page
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    Quote from chiliwings
    I agree.. thanks UsteGrl. (I take it you're from UST?)
    Yup i just graduated from UST. Im hir in San Francisco ryt now and planning to take the nclex here.

    And by the way, I read the TERMS OF SERVICES...there's no rule against talking in other languages. As long as there's no profanity or any statement that might hurt somebody else.
  8. Visit  Anniekins} profile page
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    Although i cannot really understand most of the conversation here, I just wanted to say that at the hospital I work at, here in Ohio, we have a lot of Filipino nurses!!!!!!!! They are great! Also, my critical care instructor is the president of the filipino nurses association
    Last edit by Anniekins on May 18, '04 : Reason: typo
  9. Visit  ustegrl} profile page
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    Quote from Anniekins
    Although i cannot really understand most of the conversation here, I just wanted to say that at the hospital I work at, here in Ohio, we have a lot of Filipino nurses!!!!!!!! They are great! Also, my critical care instructor is the president of the filipino nurses association
    Wow Anniekins you're about to take the nclex too. That's great. Good luck to both of us. And its good to hear that you know and are friends with Filipino nurses.
  10. Visit  Nurse Ratched} profile page
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    Quote from ustegrl
    well i never talked about that attitude problem. All i cud say is there's nothing wrong talking in different language as long as nobody's getting hurt. Just respect this thread.

    As a moderator, I am advising you to speak English on this board. We cannot moderate what we can't comprehend. This is not racist.

    Further non-English posts may need to be removed.
  11. Visit  ustegrl} profile page
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    Quote from Nurse Ratched
    As a moderator, I am advising you to speak English on this board. We cannot moderate what we can't comprehend. This is not racist.

    Further non-English posts may need to be removed.
    So far i havent posted any non-english posts. I apologize to what i just said especially to Suzanne. Hope this will not interfere for us to have a good nursing relationship. Thanks.
  12. Visit  jdeleon_rn} profile page
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    To all Pinoy RNs ...sure would be nice to post in english...as previously posted...this is an american bb...respect one another...I am also a Filipino by the way
  13. Visit  aruray} profile page
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    hello po. hehe
  14. Visit  suplado23} profile page
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    Hello! Any pinoys in NY? Which hospital in NY are you working? Is it any good?
    feedback pls. thanks.... keep the faith alive.
    Last edit by VickyRN on Aug 8, '04


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