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oneproudigorot MSN, RN

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oneproudigorot has 11 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in ICU, Coronary ward.

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    Immigration Requirements for Australia and New Zealand

    Thank you so much!
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    Immigration Requirements for Australia and New Zealand

    Dear colleagues, I just got my visa subclass 600 business stream to attend the IRON prpgram. My concern now is, do I have to book for a a roundtrip or one-way ticket? Please advice. Thanks in advance.
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    Bridging Program in Australia

    I am for sept ihna intake too, melb... See you there!
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    Bridging Program in Australia

    So you applied on your own. That was exactly what happened to my application. They have told me that I have completed the documents and then when you get in touch with them again, there is another. To whom have you been communicating with in ACN? Do pm me the name? Thanks!
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    Bridging Program in Australia

    This reasoning has got me beat!! Is there not hundreds of nurses graduating every year from nursing schools there when there is no jobs? And when they pass NLE exam the PRC keeps on Registering Nurses? Yes and the PRC and BON has done steps to curb the problem and the government has started to create jobs for nurses albeit unsustainable but that is probably the best remedy.
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    Bridging Program in Australia

    Hi there! When did you submit all the requirements for the BP? How much time did you wait to be accommodated for the July intake? I would to know because I am not as lucky as you.
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    Bridging Program in Australia

    Hi everyone, has anybody here applied to ACN, formerly, CON and ...? I thinkI had some disappointments with them because 1. I have given them all documentations needed last March and they told me to wait. I did. 2. Followed-up regularly as to the schedule of selection for the July intake. They kept telling me that I am on the selection list. 3. Followed-up on June 2, only to be told that I am not accommodated for the July intake. 4. They told me that I am still on the selection list for their upcoming intakes. Having been disappointed, I submitted my documents to ETEA and IHNA. Now, I a, not sure about these two schools. I read previous comments though. Having read previous comments, it dawned on me that Australia does not seem to need anymore foreign-trained nurses. So questions again, 1. Why would the AHPRA still accept applications for registrations if such is the case? 2. Why should schools that offer the BP still offer it when there are already lots of Aussie nurses who are hard in finding jobs? I am still hopeful to get to Oz and be registered and probably find a job but then again, if such is the scenario, what future awaits me and the others who might have borrowed money just to get registered as a nurse and Australia and then be jobless after. Probably the AHPRA and the ANMC should look into this. Do not make overseas nurses only sources of revenue by going through the process and then be jobless when they are finally registered. Sent from my iPad for th
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    DeltaCare USA

    as far as i know deltacare (USmedical staff) has helped me process my papers... my case is still pending though... they came here in tuguegarao the other day and there are nurses who are already in packet 2... they explained that it can take us 2 to 5 years for a chance at an immigrant visa, but they assured that we will have sure jobs when we finally make it there.
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    DeltaCare USA

    Deltacare hasn't asked any monies from me now. The 3,000 dollars will be paid when i get there on a staggered basis. The said amount will be for my plane ticket, visa screen certificate, a month's rent, attorney's fees and other fees to be paid for my visa application (I-120). They said they'll be following the prevailing rate when i get there.
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    Any nurse recruiters out there in Australia?

    i am also interested to work in australia. can you assist me on how to go about it?
  11. Hospitals here in the Philippines now require CI's to undergo 2 months of training before they can be allowed to handle students in the hospital. I know, that still isn't enough but it could be a solution to the problem of having seasoned nurses as CI's . A seasoned nurse would probably be abroad or already a nurse supervisor who would mostly do paperworks..
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    DeltaCare USA

    i signed up with delta care... well, they told me that they've already sent my documents to the USCIS
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    To Filipino Nurses in NEW ZEALAND? Have questions please..

    hi there big heart. I am a second courser, my first course was a degree in medical technology. I took my BSN for 2 years. I attended all my classes and duty hours. I am disappointed that NZNC allegedly does not allow second coursers to practice there. I tried to email the NZNC to inquire about the matter but they haven't sent me any reply. Would you be so kind to do a bit of information gathering if they really absolutely won't accept second coursers? Thanks in advance. I'm ok with the IELTS. I actually also started for an immigrant visa for the US and sat in both CGFNS and NCLEX and passed both, but since I may have to wait for 5 years or more for a chance of working in the US, I would like to try NZ or OZ...
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    the american dream: do not lose hope

    Most nurses who have 3 years or more of clinical experience are abroad... or they're not allowed by their employers to have a part time teaching job... You can't say that i barely have more education than my students. I've a good and solid theoretical background (A degree in medical technology / medical laboratory science + a BSN). These two courses are related in the Philippines I don't know how it goes in your country. I teach basic nursing skills. If you expect me to know how to use your sophisticated machines then, yeah i'd say i lack the skills but that's not all there is in nursing. I am halfway through my MSN (the school is an ISO certified school and some of our lecturers (filipinos) are in america, we communicate through the net). You cannot discount the fact that there are still excellent nurses being produced in the Philippines. We cannot and should not compare ourselves to you.
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    the american dream: do not lose hope

    It has been four years since my cousin, who's a nurse and is currently working in CA, convinced me to take up nursing instead of pursuing a degree in medicine. I never never dreamt to work abroad when i finished my degree in medical technology. I had a good paying job right after a became a registered medical technologist. So when my cousin came for vacation, she talked about the opportunities in nursing. I thought about it for sometime and finally convinced myself to give it a try. It was then that I started my American Dream. My American dream is far from being realized. I took the initial first steps and I leave it at that. To me, it won't matter anymore whether i get to America soon or after 5 to 10 years or so... It's elusive, yes, but i remain hopeful. Maybe, i'll try other countries, but right now i am content with my job as a nurse educator. I have a few clinical skills, thanks for my 8 months of hospital work, but I believe that everything can be learned. So, I will keep enriching myself both in theory and in practice. To me, my american dream is to be a knowledgeable and skillful nurse. I suppose I can fulfill that anywhere.
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    to all NCLEX passers; whats your NLE scores?

    i believe that there is a correlation... the preparation is not that different because for both my NLE, CGFNS and NCLEX i read the same references... The higher your score for your NLE, the better are your chances in passing the CGFNS and NCLEX... Of course if you get a low score in the NLE it doesn't also mean that you're not going to pass the NCLEX but you may have to work harder...