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  1. Non-Medical Prescribing
    I assume you did the V300 not the V100/150? If I remember correctly, I passed the V300 at the end of June and was up and prescribing by the end of September. It doesn't take too long to have it...
    Jul 4, '11
    Forum: International Nursing
  2. so.... what do you think?  First impressions?
    Well, I am never aversed to change, I like new ideas, fresh blood as it were, but this new layout really sucks. Its just so unreadable now. I used to be able to spend hours just flicking through...
    Dec 22, '08
    Forum: allnurses News and Announcements
  3. Struggle with self-confidence/fitting in
    Hi Belle and welcome :) What you wrote reminded me very much of myself some 20 years ago. I always felt uncomforatble the first weeks of placement and the chopping and changing around really does not...
    Dec 9, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  4. UK Immigration / recession discussion
    LOLLLL :chuckle
    Dec 3, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  5. UK Immigration / recession discussion
    I agree that for general nurses with little or no experience then obtaining a work visa for the UK is nearly impossible, but for those with specialist skills and years of experience, it can be done....
    Dec 3, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  6. UK Immigration / recession discussion
    Yes that is right, I think topscot was just trying to point out that there is no job freeze for nurses here in the UK. I work with an Australian nurse that came over to the UK a couple of months...
    Dec 2, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  7. UK Immigration / recession discussion
    I must say I have to agree with you topscot. When I came back from Oz there was no shortage of jobs for me to apply for, most trusts have a nurse shortage, I havent seen a job freeze anywhere. I...
    Dec 2, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  8. UK to Australia or New Zealand?
    Can I ask, have you ever actually been to Oz or NZ? If not I would certainly suggest a visit before making the permanent move. I can't comment on NZ because I have never been there. We were in Sydney...
    Nov 27, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  9. UK to Australia or New Zealand?
    Hi Brit and welcome :D I have just got back from working 18 months in Australia. It was my second stint of work there. I loved it, great people, great weather and the job is pretty much like here...
    Nov 27, '08
    Forum: International Nursing
  10. question about temporary long stay visa?
    Hi Rachael Im here on a temporary worker employer sponsered visa. I signed a 6 month contract but made it very clear to my employer that should any problems arise back home I obviously would need to...
    May 25, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  11. Skilled Independent visa (Subclass 136)
    Hi Is there any reason why you want to apply under subclass 136? If you're an RN its easy and quick to apply under subclass 457, most employers will sponser you. When you get there its just a...
    May 25, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  12. Thinking of moving to UK
    OK fine, you have your opinion, I have mine and yes it might be your "true" experience of living in the usa, you are one of the lucky ones. My husband, who is American through and through, born...
    May 24, '07
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  13. Thinking of moving to UK
    Personally I find what you have said very insulting. How do you think I got to the position I am in now? I worked very hard to get there and have "excellent clinical skills and knowledge" (your...
    May 24, '07
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  14. Thinking of moving to UK
    I am just saying that when we live in the states (dependant obviously on the area) we have less free income than we do when living in the UK. This isn't so obvious in Seattle, where our apartment was...
    May 22, '07
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  15. Thinking of moving to UK
    I am not in any way comparing the US to the north of England, Im just saying that in my situation and where I would have gone to in the States I would be financially worse off. Anyway, who are you...
    May 18, '07
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  16. Visa Bulletin
    The number from the uk is: 001603 334 0700, keep us posted.
    May 15, '07
    Forum: Advice on Immigration
  17. Visa Bulletin
    I think it does!! Have you tried ringing the NVC 24 hr enquiry line? GL
    May 15, '07
    Forum: Advice on Immigration
  18. From UK to USA or OZ?
    Hi Ann GL and welcome to Oz if you get here. You will have no problem getting all the paperwork from the NVC delivered to your address in Oz, mine is already sorted. The only drawback, if can call...
    May 15, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  19. UK RN think about move to Australia
    Hi Ann I was in much the same postion as you. Came over to oz for 4 months in 2006, liked it so much came back out here in Jan '07. Its very easy to make the move on either a 6 month or year...
    May 2, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  20. What would you miss?
    Friends and family, it's what keeps bringing me home, home is where the heart is they say, and my heart is definatly in the UK.
    May 1, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  21. U.K. healthcare
    This is very dependent on where you live "postcode lottery" comes to mind. The trust where I worked, just prior to me leaving for Oz, had got the "choose and book" sysytem up and running and...
    Apr 27, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  22. Older nurse falling to bits
    Have you thought about getting into practice nursing? I did it for a while and its so very different to working on the wards. Good luck ;)
    Apr 24, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  23. Hello and Happy St Georges Day!
    Good luck Maria, on what will be a long and frustrating journey, hope you have patience! ;)
    Apr 23, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  24. Can anyone help this braveheart?
    Hi em I guess it depends on what kind of place it is that you want to live. Australia is a vast country, lots of differing styles of living. If you like 24/7 living, lots to do, shopping, etc then a...
    Apr 23, '07
    Forum: International Nursing
  25. Can anyone help this braveheart?
    Hi em, Im a UK nurse working in Sydney for the second time in 2 years and absolutly loving it. Easy and quick processing to get here and no exam to take. If you are UK trained then your...
    Apr 20, '07
    Forum: International Nursing


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