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Any Italian nurses reading this forum? Would like to know what the general pay/benefits are in Italy Is it better there, do not see any italian nurses trying to come to the USA... Read More

  1. Visit  babyj9396 profile page
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    Quote from zuzi
    Ciao cara! I PM you! We could talk about your whishes! Ti voglio tanto bene. Ti abbraccio forte. Zuzi
    Glad to hear from you. Where in Italy do you work?
  2. Visit  zuzi profile page
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    Cara mia,

    I will try to make a Italian nursing path accreditation for you , you could fallow or not but that it's at this moment what I know about. If somebody else could add more at or come with more details is much than welcome.

    In Italia right now is a shortage of nurses. To work like nurse in Italy you need "RICONOSCIMENTO DI TITOLO PROFESSIONALE" and a job contract .

    "RICONOSCIMENTO DI TITOLO PROFESSIONALE" could be obtain from :

    Ministero della Salute
    Direzione Generale delle Risorse Umane e delle Professioni Sanitarie,
    Piazzale dell'Industria, 20- 00144 Roma Italy.


    Link: http://www.ministerosalute.it/

    Riconoscimento di titolo professionale has two options: for UE citizen and for nonUE citizen.
    As much as I read about you, right now you are NOW... ONLY US citizen but you could be soon UE citizen (after your parents..right??)
    My advice, before start processing, decide your self in what quality you want to apply for riconoscimento (like non UE-means only American citizen or like UE citizen)
    Ask questions before to be decided, search and look over Ministero della Salute web site, give them a phone call, try to decide your self what is best for you.
    Or talk with a lawyer!

    Here you have all documents that you need to be filled and send to Ministero della Salute for "Riconoscimento di titolo professionale" (look at for nonUE countries if you apply like American)

    http://www.ministerosalute.it/profes...riconoscimento

    The board of nursing in Italy is: http://www.ipasvi.it/ You could look over an call or email them also.
    Talk with Ambasciata d'Italia Cancelaria Consolare from closed to you, they know also how to guide you.

    Hope that I could help you a little bit. And please hugs and kiss all beautiful Italian ragazze and sing for me a song in gondola at Venice, looooooool. Hugs from Zuzi
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  3. Visit  crossbow profile page
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    Bravissimo Zuzi!! Grazie!!
    This is what this board should be all about!!

    Quote from zuzi
    Cara mia,

    I will try to make a Italian nursing path accreditation for you , you could fallow or not but that it’s at this moment what I know about. If somebody else could add more at or come with more details is much than welcome.

    In Italia right now is a shortage of nurses. To work like nurse in Italy you need “RICONOSCIMENTO DI TITOLO PROFESSIONALE” and a job contract .

    “RICONOSCIMENTO DI TITOLO PROFESSIONALE” could be obtain from :

    Ministero della Salute
    Direzione Generale delle Risorse Umane e delle Professioni Sanitarie,
    Piazzale dell’Industria, 20- 00144 Roma Italy.


    Link: http://www.ministerosalute.it/

    Riconoscimento di titolo professionale has two options: for UE citizen and for nonUE citizen.
    As much as I read about you, right now you are NOW… ONLY US citizen but you could be soon UE citizen (after your parents..right??)
    My advice, before start processing, decide your self in what quality you want to apply for riconoscimento (like non UE-means only American citizen or like UE citizen)
    Ask questions before to be decided, search and look over Ministero della Salute web site, give them a phone call, try to decide your self what is best for you.
    Or talk with a lawyer!

    Here you have all documents that you need to be filled and send to Ministero della Salute for “Riconoscimento di titolo professionale” (look at for nonUE countries if you apply like American)

    http://www.ministerosalute.it/profes...riconoscimento

    The board of nursing in Italy is: http://www.ipasvi.it/ You could look over an call or email them also.
    Talk with Ambasciata d’Italia Cancelaria Consolare from closed to you, they know also how to guide you.

    Hope that I could help you a little bit. And please hugs and kiss all beautiful Italian ragazze and sing for me a song in gondola at Venice, looooooool. Hugs from Zuzi
  4. Visit  pizzalover profile page
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    I disagree,I am Italian,I live in England and I am studying nursing here in England.Italians do speak English and they do teach English in our schools in Italy and it is not true that Italians do not want to learn English. All of my friends back in Italy speak English and some have moved to live in USA,so it all depends where you live in Italy.
    Never judge the all country,for the few you have met.
    We do not have a hard time learning English,I really do not understand some of the comments,being Italian and living in England I find those comments quite negative.

    The post is quite old,but I thought to add my comment anyway.
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  5. Visit  jeannievez profile page
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    I`m a Brazilian Nurse (south american) and I`ve been in process for working in Italy.
    The process is about one year and is more easy than USA. I`ve learned Italian faster and I`ll do one Italian course for nurses in my country with one Italian corporation. My process for USA is very slow and I want answers quickly.
  6. Visit  Blackwidow96 profile page
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    Hi i'm a nurse in Texas! What part of Italy do you live? I was just there in June it was great. I am going back next year.
  7. Visit  babyj9396 profile page
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    I'm actually still here in the States. I leave for Sicily in August and have found work at a Transplant Hospital there that's affiliated with UPMC in Pittsburg, PA (That's what I do here in NYC). I'm very excited, nervous, etc!
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  8. Visit  egriffin profile page
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    Quote from babyj9396
    I'm actually still here in the States. I leave for Sicily in August and have found work at a Transplant Hospital there that's affiliated with UPMC in Pittsburg, PA (That's what I do here in NYC). I'm very excited, nervous, etc!
    babyj9396

    Please PM me when you get a chance. I hold dual US and Italian citizenship.

    I have been thinking about doing some travel nursing to Italy once my current commitment is up in a little over a year. Since my family is from Sicily I have been thinking about working in an English speaking hospital/clinic there.
  9. Visit  arikat90 profile page
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    ciao a tutti! i am also italian american (half) =) i speak Italian, english, and spanish, so language is not an issue... and even though i am only going into my first year of college as a nursing student, i am hoping to one day move to italy...i was wondering what the salary is like for a "BSN" nurse as we call it here in the states, and just how hard the requirements for an american nurse to get a job in an italian hospital...i unfortunately do not yet have dual citizenship...

    i know this thread is old, i but i would appreciate if anyone had any advice =)

    grazie :]
  10. Visit  aura-from-italy profile page
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    hi! i know this thread is very aged, but i'm Italian and i'm going to graduate in nursing by the end of this year.
    I think that Italian Nurses doesn't come to US 'cos the ammission test is very diffcoult...Some friends of mine made it and told me that there were asked some questions of american culture impossible to know for us, and maybe also for you...
    Anyway if i were you i'll never even think to come here in Italy...to work as a nurse i mean...here people doesn't respect nurses as in your country!!!People doesn't even know that to become a nurse you have to Graduate...and most of time even Medics doesn't!!!Plus for a nurse here is not possible to make any prescription,as you do .
    Nurses here try to gain the respect,but is not that easy-..Italian culture is very old...But We are trying to make a lot of thing to obtain the respect we deserve!
    I leave in Milan (the north of Italy) here there are a lots of opportunities in working as a nurse,but i think that as soon as will be possible for me i'll try to work in Switzerland or maybe in US.
    Anyway if you decide to come and work here in Italy you must know that the salary is not as in US,here a nurses salary is from 1500$ to maximum 2000$ if you work in a public hospital, if you work in a private one it can increase up to 2500$,but it depends. A nurse work on shift 2pm-9pm,7am-2.30pm,8.30pm-7.30am.
    The life in the north of Italy is very expensive, the location of a flat is about 1300$/month, so you can imagine how difficoult could be leaving with just 1500$.
    I would love to know how is working in US as nurse, if there a shotage of nurses too... 'cos i'm going to make my graduation thesis on differences in being an nurse all over the world, and why in Italy there's shortage of nurses...

    Hope this will be useful
  11. Visit  jisbel profile page
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    i am a bsc nurse from india .and i hve 2 .5 year experiance.am planing for apply italy so what all r the reruiredments..../
  12. Visit  healthstar profile page
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    Quote from Savonarola
    I am a German nurse and I applied for a NY License one year ago. Because the process has taken such a long time and the job opportunities for nurses are very bad in Germany my husband and I moved to Italy in July. The salary is higher than in Germany, the working conditions are better (we live in the north of Italy). I as well think that the biggest problem of Italian nurses is the language. Italian people mostly don`t speak English and they even don`t want to learn it.
    I agree. It's not that Italians are not smart enough to learn English, they just don't bother learning it. I know that English is the universal language but not many people prefer it. Many people in Europe love love the italian language and many people understand it. Not everybody wants to come to US, not because they hate but because they don't want to leave their country, business, family, friends etc.
  13. Visit  kika72 profile page
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    Hello Everyone!

    I just found this thread and I have a question for all of you. I was born and raised in Italy and I have been living in NYC for the past 12 years. I am currently a nursing student at NYU and I'm getting a little tired and frustrated to pay so much money for education! I really miss the fact that in Italy we have great university free of charge (you just pay taxes) so after searching different programs over the internet, I found a very good one at the University of Bologna. So now I'm thinking of transferring there and save some $$$. The reason is that when I will be completely done at NYU I will owe almost $100K in student loans!!!!

    I wanted to ask you if any of you did this and how is the job market for someone who graduated outside the US. There is no doubt that I will come back to NYC as soon as I'm done. I'm married to an American and we have 2 small children. I'm not scared so much about the exam but more about the job overlook for foreign graduates. I speak fluent Italian, English, French and Spanish therefore language is definitely not a barrier for me!

    Any help is greatly appreciated!
    Grazie e per favore fatemi sapere se siete Italiane e lavorate negli USA.

    Kika

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