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kyckerz has 1 years experience and specializes in School Nursing / Education.

I am an exprssive person and likes helping other in need. Nurse? Nurse?

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  1. This scam are only changing names of the hospital/agencies/director but still providing the same set of information. I had already posted this one somewhere in this forum so guys, beware, my friend was about to send money here 6 months ago...
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    Best Research book for NLE?

    They just gave more or less ten items in our examination batch, and i didnt give much attention to that
  3. We got CCNAPI in QC, located at Philippine Heart Center. You can search for their website and find all the details there
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    HS Diploma in Tagalog: for CES report

    Return to your high school and have it transcribed. After that you need to have it certified to Department of Education division office (together with the F-137 (aka Transcript of Records in HS). After this, you go to the Department of Education Regional Office and have it authenticated. You need to pay 15 pesos for the documentary stamps and have it picked up at Department of Foreign Affairs and pay for the Certification (aka Red Ribbon) at P100 each document
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    Best Research book for NLE?

    Forgot the name but it is a Philippine published black Nursing research book.. peace!
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    License Verification at PRC?

    you need to go to PRC and have your license verified. the verification that they were looking might be the DFA authentication. you may want to follow the directions for verification that I posted here entitled "Nursing Practice in UAE": "As long as you pass the Philippine NLE, there is not much of a problem. All you need to do is after you get your license and board certificate, have it authenticated at Professional Regulations Commission (PRC), whichever branch you get your license. You need to photocopy each document, get it metered at the documentary stamp window for 21PhP each document (near the gate of PRC if in Manila, I just don't know in other provinces) and give it to authentication window (1st Floor Main Bldg - the place where you get your license and board certificate). You need to pay 75PhP for each document at the cashier and give it back to the authentication window wherein you can get your claim stub for DFA. You will wait for 2 weeks and you can claim the two documents for 100PhP each "red ribbon" (DFA authentication)" or this authentication: Get the State board form from window C/D at PRC. Note: You need to bring a document (from CGFNS) that will be attached to the form. Follow the procedures at the back of the form, have your license and transcript photocopied and you need to pay some amount for the processing, doc stamp and for mailing.
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    Nursing Practice in UAE

    i missed out this part for moh » verification of nursing education » reference inquiry form » verification of license/registration form have it authenticated in each respective institution (school, work and prc)
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    Nursing Practice in UAE

    In applying for any of the following licenses for nursing practice in UAE, one should strictly follow the procedure implemented by the three agencies. Some hospitals do require only one of these, so you should choose which among the three should be your top priority. If you intend to test your luck by going there without any employers, the need of processing the following documents should be done: 1) PRC License and Certificate As long as you pass the Philippine NLE, there is not much of a problem. All you need to do is after you get your license and board certificate, have it authenticated at Professional Regulations Commission (PRC), whichever branch you get your license. You need to photocopy each document, get it metered at the documentary stamp window for 21PhP each document (near the gate of PRC if in Manila, I just don't know in other provinces) and give it to authentication window (1st Floor Main Bldg - the place where you get your license and board certificate). You need to pay 75PhP for each document at the cashier and give it back to the authentication window wherein you can get your claim stub for DFA. You will wait for 2 weeks and you can claim the two documents for 100PhP each "red ribbon" (DFA authentication) 2) Transcript of Records (TOR) and Diploma from your College of Nursing Have your Diploma and TOR photocopied and give it to your Registrar of your Nursing school. You need to pay necessary amount for the processing of your documents. You will get a stub for claims at DFA or you will go to Commission of Higher Education (CHED) and have it authenticated. I just don't know with other colleges/universities if they automatically submit the copies of TOP and Diploma directly to CHED. If you will get it from CHED, you have to bring it to DFA and have it authenticated. You need to come as early as you can (like 6-7am) to be first in line (since it opens at around 8am), you may either get a stub or pick it up right away. (REMEMBER, 100PhP for each document authenticated) 3) Higher Seconday Certificate (Highschool Diploma) If your Diploma is written in Filipino, have it transcribed through your Highschool Registrar and pay the necessary fees. It is also advisable for you to get your Highschool F-137 (TOR) because it is required for Dep Ed authentication. You also need to have at least three Certified True Copies of every highschool documents, have it drysealed and labeled as CERTIFIED TRUE COPY at your Highschool Registrar. After getting your Highschool credentials, go to your respective Department of Education (Dep Ed) Division office and have the certificate (if from QC, the Division Office is at San Francisco High School, just at the back of SM North Edsa Annex Bldg.) You need to pass the following to the Dep Ed Division Office: HS TOR and Diploma. Please bring the original copies. The certification is for FREE. After getting the certification, go to your Dep Ed Regional Office (if from NCR, the office is located at the back of SM North Edsa Main Bldg,) You need to bring the remaining two pairs of the certified copies of highschool documents, and the originals (NOTE: Don't give the original copies to them). In addition, you need to give two copies of certification from the Dep Ed Division Office. You need to have 2 pieces of colored passport size pictures, in formal attire, and in white background. You also need to pay some amount for the documentary stamp. Afterwhich you may proceed to DFA and have it authenticated. 4) Copy of the experience certificates from previous employers I had my employment certificate notarized and certified at the local Regional Trial Court (RTC) where I once worked in the same city, and have it authenticated at DFA (also needs multiple copies for the local attorney and RTC) 5) Have your Nursing TOR and Diploma attested at the UAE Embassy. You can send the two documents at any WWW Express outlet and you need to pay approximately 2,200PhP for each document (4,400PhP for the two) or, you can go to their Embassy, pay approximately 1,800PhP for each document and have your energy drained. Please don't forget to get your own passport :) There are three Licenses for UAE, but it is really optional to get all of them. 1) Ministry of Health (MOH) - standard license for UAE 2) Department of Health (DOH) - mainly required for Dubai 3) Health Authority - Abu Dhabi (HAAD) - Abu Dhabi licensing ***DOH and HAAD should be taken if you have enough hospital experience (usually not less than 2 years). Exempted to the rule for DOH are newly nursing graduates - no more than 3 years*** The requirements for each licensure is almost the same, but differs in the number of working hours and exemptions. Usually, your future employers will be the ones to help you get your license. The Government Agencies really needed the employers to be a part of the licensing maybe beacuse to avoid overcrowding of nurse, just like in the Philippines. You may want to read their respective websites about some of the exemptions to unexperienced newly grads, or finishing your Masters Degree in Nursing will exempt you from taking the nursing examination. I got the copy of the following requirements for application in the three examinations: For DOH: 1. Fill Medical Facility Inspection From in case of additional specialty 2. Fill Application Form (Health Professionals Licensure Form) by the facility, and Application For Licensure by the candidate. 3. Copies of qualifications attested by UAE Embassy 4. Recent good standing certificate from the medical council. 5. Copies of experience certificates 6. List of surgeries performed by the candidate (for Surgeon Doctors Only) 7. Passport copy 8. One Color photograph 9. Application & Assessment Fee 10. License Fee *** Exemption is applicable to those who finished Masteral Degree in Nursing *** For MOH: 1) Academic achievement: All Expatriate applicants who graduated from foreign nursing programs must have graduated with a minimal attainment of sixty percent (60%) of total marks.Applicant should have at least a three (3) year diploma in nursing with a minimal attainment of sixty percent (60%) of total marks and after a twelve (12) years secondary school education. 2) Nursing experience: All Expatriate applicants must have had at least one thousand (1000) hours experience within the three (3) years prior to applying for registration in the UAE. 3) The originals or certified copies of each of the following: a. Passport including a valid UAE residence visa or other proof of legal stay in the UAE. b. Statutory evidence of any name change (marriage license, other legal document). c. School leaving Certificate (Highest level attained before entry to nursing or midwifery Education). d. Nursing or Midwifery Education Certificate / Diploma / Degree- (length of education and academic achievement must be verified by means of official transcript if not clearly specified on Certificate / Diploma / Degree). e. Nursing/Midwifery Licensure or Registration showing current validity Required Documents attached to the application form are as followw: 1.Copy of the Degree/diploma/certificate course and should be submitted in either Arabic or English language (attested from the UAE Embassy). 2.Copy of the nursing registration certificate issued by the nursing Board/council from the country of origin. 3.Copy of Higher Secondary/ Secondary Certificate or its equivalent or pre-nursing educational certificate. 4.Transcript of your nursing education. 5.Copy of the experience certificates from previous employers. 6.Passport copy. 7.One colored photograph. 8.Application and assessment fees. For HAAD: To apply for licensure as a 'Nurse/Midwife' to work in the private sector in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi you are required to demonstrate the following: 1) You have successfully completed 'secondary school' and have been awarded a HighSchool Certificate. 2) You have successfully completed a minimum Qualification of: Registered Nurse (RN): Not less than three years of nursing education. (Holders of Program comprising 2 years nursing plus 1 year midwifery qualify as Practical Nurse) 3) Transcript of professional training - must include theory and clinical hours 4) Practicing Professional License - valid and current from home country 5) A certificate of 'Good Standing'/ Registration or License from each country where you have been employed. If you worked in a country and for a government facility where you practiced on your 'home license' (e.g. Saudi Arabia) please ensure to submit certificate of employment in place of certificate of 'good standing' 6) Relevant Experience to the position: o Experience attached must cover the minimum requirements of the PQR * o Official Certificate of Service (COS) from an authorized person at health facility (must be from Human Resources / Medical Director) o COS must specify the position held and areas of practice. o COS must specify the employment period/duration o All COS must be clear and readable. o Date from (dd/mm/yyyy ) to (dd/mm/yyyy). o Experience must be in a substantive post (Volunteer work and training is not acceptable) 7) UAE MOH Evaluation/Licensure if applicable 8) You have gained relevant experience as follows: A Registered Nurse for a minimum of two years fulltime in an acute care facility with at least one year in Basic Medical and Surgical Nursing. NOTE: Please try to browse for their websites for additional information. You can use your search engine and key-in MOH UAE, DOH UAE or HAAD. Hope this mini info helps. If I miss something vital, please mention it through the Reply Box. Thank you.
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    RN with DOH and MOH license in Dubai, UAE

    This one is the registration requirements for DOH - UAE 1. Fill Medical Facility Inspection From in case of additional specialty 2. Fill Application Form (Health Professionals Licensure Form) by the facility, and Application For Licensure by the candidate. 3. Copies of qualifications attested by UAE Embassy 4. Recent good standing certificate from the medical council. 5. Copies of experience certificates 6. List of surgeries performed by the candidate (for Surgeon Doctors Only) 7. Passport copy 8. One Color photograph 9. Application & Assessment Fee 10. License Fee Registered Nurse In addition to the general requirements; 1. Approved Bachelor degree or its equivalent in general nursing of not less than three (3) years duration 2. Current license to practice in home country 3. Proficiency in English language 4. Recent practice - You must have practiced as a Registered Nurse at least 450 hrs in last 3 years (exemption New Graduates)
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    RN with DOH and MOH license in Dubai, UAE

    This is the registration procedure for MOH-UAE. I got the PDF document converted into text so that it could be post here. 1. General registration Information Registration requirements are met when a nurse/midwife meets the applicable eligibility requirements, submit the Nursing Registration Application to the Federal Department of Nursing, MOH with all documents, passes an examination or meets the "exemption from examination "criteria, pays the fee [fifty (50) Dhs only] where applicable, and all required verifications have been received, reviewed to meet the standard and criteria of the Federal Department of Nursing.This applies to governmental and private sector. 2. Eligibility criteria: - Academic achievement: All Expatriate applicants who graduated from foreign nursing programs must have graduated with a minimal attainment of sixty percent (60%) of total marks. - Nursing experience: All Expatriate applicants must have had at least one thousand (1000) hours experience within the three (3) years prior to applying for registration in the UAE. - Midwifery experience: All Expatriate applicants must have had at least one year experience within the three (3) years prior to applying for registration in the UAE. 3. Registration Criteria: - Registered Nurse (RN): Applicant should have at least a three (3) year diploma in nursing with a minimal attainment of sixty percent (60%) of total marks and after a twelve (12) years secondary school education. - Practical Nurse (PN): Applicant should have one of the following: a) A diploma in nursing of eighteen (18) months with a minimal attainment of (60%) of total marks after a12 years secondary school education b) A three (3) year diploma in nursing with a minimal attainment of sixty percent (60%) of total marks after intermediate education. - Registered Midwife (RM): Applicant should have one of the following: a) Twelve (12) secondary school education and eighteen (18) months qualification of midwifery after a three year nursing program, with a minimal attainment of sixty percent (60%) of total marks. b) Twelve (12) secondary school education and at least a three (3) year diploma in midwifery with a minimal attainment of sixty percent (60%) of total marks. - Practical Midwife (PM): Twelve (12) secondary school education and diploma in midwifery of two (2) years duration with a minimal attainment of sixty percent (60%) of total marks 4. Required Documents: The originals or certified copies of each of the following: 1. Passport including a valid UAE residence visa or other proof of legal stay in the UAE. 2. Statutory evidence of any name change (marriage license, other legal document). 3. School leaving Certificate (Highest level attained before entry to nursing or midwifery Education). 4. Nursing or Midwifery Education Certificate / Diploma / Degree- (length of education and academic achievement must be verified by means of official transcript if not clearly specified on Certificate / Diploma / Degree). 5. Nursing/Midwifery Licensure or Registration showing current validity 5. Nursing / Midwifery Registration Examinations: The nursing and midwifery examination is held regularly during each year. A score of 60% is required to pass the two hours and a half (2 1/2) written examination of 100 multiple choice questions. 6. Completion of Registration Requirements: Forms known as verifications (Verification of Education; Verification of license; Reference inquiry) will be made available to those who PASS the nursing examination or meet the exemption from examination criteria. The applicant mails the verification directly to the FDON. The registration application is not complete until the FDON receives these verifications. The verifications must be received directly from the source only as stated clearly on each verification and must meet the standards and quality criteria set by the FDON. If the applicant meets the exemption from examination criteria; the verifications needed to complete registration will be given at the completion of the review of the application. 7. Repeated Examination Attempts: An applicant not obtaining a passing score on the first attempt is allowed to sit the written examination twice more for a total of three times. Nurses will be charged for each examination for which they register. No refunds are made by the MOH for non-attendance or for any other reason. Applicants will be required to prove they meet all eligibility requirements at the time they apply to re-take the registration examination. 8. Examination Exemption Conditions: UAE Nationals and Graduates of Institutes of Nursing are exempted from the examination. In addition Registered Nurses or Registered Midwives holding current valid nursing registration / licensure in certain countries as well as all nurses holding a Masters Degree in Nursing are exempted from the nursing examination if they have been actively employed in the field of nursing/midwifery in a clinical setting, nursing administration or nursing education for at least 1000 hours within the three years prior to application for registration in the UAE. This applies only to Registered Nurses or Midwives and not to Practical Nurses or Midwives. Those exempted from the written exam must meet all other criteria for registration.
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    anyone here applied for SLMC-GC???

    same thing here retthurr. got disgusted back there. but hey, it's part. what i'm gonna do now is go to another country and practice this profession
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    anyone here applied for SLMC-GC???

    retthurr - i got myself into hot water after m last message to the VP. got myself an ALL CAPS message :) Maybe because of trying to be too persistent. I kinda felt wasted since I spent my last fifty pesos to get myself a community tax certificate the day i was fixing my requirements and walked from SLMC to Quezon Ave and used my remaining 7 pesos to go back home... and all of these for NOTHING? That's how I fel, I shouldnt have got myself that Tax Certificate if I would only be a reserve. And also the NBI clearance. that's P125. Not worth the wait. I should have grabbed my phone and looked for all possible connections to get into a decent hospital.I got punked. *lol* Lots of opportunities. *** No need to be frustrated. Relax. Meditate. Pray. Believe in the power of our mind ***
  13. next batch? no idea... still waiting for their call.. there is no cost for training, they are the ones paying you (I just don't know with QC branch)
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    anyone here applied for SLMC-GC???

    to honeyko18, in regards with your queries, I myself got a low NLE score, much lower than yours, so it means that it really doesn't matter as long as you pass their initial examinations, initial and technical interviews. As of now, I haven't been called for training but the last time that I was there the NSET (nurse trainees) batch was at #16 (Almost two months ago). Since it is a 600 bed capacity hospital (SLMC-GC), they are targeting at least 1,000 staff nurses. Though they still consider late applications, there is a slimmer chance of getting in. During my medical exams, there were a few applicants who took their initial exams and initial interview at the same time, although they pass their requirements the same day (That was 2nd week of March, I believe). They are more strict in physique, most especially in girls. Me and my friend (female, 4'11" in height) passed our application online only a day apart, but it was only me who was called. Maybe they are considering height since the ideal nurses from decades ago were tall and slim. The thing that I noticed among the trainees is that they got fair to white complexion with no blemishes, same with guys. There was only 1 girl I saw who has a Pinoy skin. If it is just a coincidence that almost everybody is at their exact weight, with that complexion, and pretty. :) For such reasons that your friend became a second priority, it is due to provide medical tourism, simply means beauty and brains(?) I don't know, I don't consider myself good looking at all, it may be just a coincidence.But still, try to pass your application by June since SLMC-GC will open last quarter of 2009 (October perhaps), as what is stated at the construction firm who is in charge of building it.
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    anyone here applied for SLMC-GC???

    go to 16th floor cathedral heights bldg (the one in front of SLMC Bldg. For those who wants to take their initial exams, you should bring at least 2 1x1 ID pictures, and your most accurate and complete resume. Make sure that you got the best look at your ID picture
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    anyone here applied for SLMC-GC???

    For SLMC-QC, go to the main hospital. The last time I went there, they were not accepting applications.