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    yes, I am a RN here in the Phil. would like to hear from you some suggestions and ideas. Thanks

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    hi, I would like to know anything about the process, fees and cost of living/work opportunities in Canada. We are planning to migrate but no idea where to start. Im working as a project manager and my husband is working as I.T.

    Thanks and will appreciate your suggestions and comments.

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    What to do? I'm looking for part time or full time work, (ugh!) r.n, been a clinical instructor for a year, freelance writing for 4 years. any suggestion? will appreciate replies/comments. Thanks

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    Follow their advice... High hopes! there's no way.... BUT UP! ... reach the unreachable!!!

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    MadpeysRN likes this.

    Seeing their faces improving every single day, from frowning to smiling and full recovery, and for hearing them saying thank you for taking care of me,with a touch of hand..and their laughter whenever I had the chance to crack a joke .that's heart melting:heartbeat.... Love my job.. I love being a Nurse..

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    Way back, government hospitals pays 8,000-10,000 starting salary, (Lucky if u got it ) for private hospitals they pay 6,000-8,000... Hopefully they pay good now, but most of the hospitals now are in freeze hiring ... due to the huge number of nursing graduates.

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    Hi aidzbelty, school nursing is counted as a clinical experience, you can take OHSC anytime you want and not leaving your job as a school nurse, and yes, you can take up Master's Degree, I myself worked also as a school nurse and while working on a school clinic, I took up my MA degree and then landed a job as a Nursing professor. You have plenty of time to do MA schooling and much better if you take some seminars for medical updates, ACLS ,BLS and other post-graduate trainings. Being a school nurse is fun, and you can study at the same time also. Love it and learn from it.

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    http://www.workabroad.ph/ if you're looking for jobs outside of d country, for hospitals, I'm not sure

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    If you are looking for BSN online school, not sure if there are schools in the Philippines offering BSN online. But for Master's program, UP-open university and PWU are offering distance learning. :typing..(MAN program )

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    PatricParamedic likes this.

    sad story.. ...hope this will be solved.

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    Hi,

    If you want to puruse Phd(doctorate) in the future, you might have a prob. coz' Phd program requires MAN w/ thesis.. FYI..

    but if you want to pursue MAN/MSN , nothings wrong...

    keep us posted!! Goodluck

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    I like the post.I hope nursing students, newly grads especially well experienced nurses (clinical. academe, admin.)will take part for this and give such info's about the reality of nursing nowadays'. Sad but true.Nursing is a constant practice, cont.education.

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    Nothings wrong in taking up MA degree.. as long as they will benefit from it and gain experience while studying masters degree.. much better if they can finish it while they are still young... ..

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