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  1. Healthcare is the maintenance or rehabilitation of a person's physical, mental or spiritual status. It is culturally relative and therefore it means, and requires, different things in different societies. The healthcare that people in different areas...
  2. "New age" describes a recent trend in the United States toward alternative solutions to those provided by science and modern medicine. This new sense of spiritualism embraces some old solutions like the mind-body connection, massage therapy, natural ...
  3. God Bless America

    You see, as an American nurse traveling abroad, I was still unaware of how different we appear at times to foreigners. I was volunteering at the seriously understaffed zoo of a European capital helping children safely hand feed small tropical parrots...
  4. First Night Duty in Labor Room

    After finishing student life in nursing, this was my first duty in labor room by myself. Because of the very limited staffs in the hospital, they used to schedule a maximum of two staffs at night, and that night I was alone because the other staff wa...
  5. ( My English it's not 100%, thank you for your patience. ) I was young, that was my second job. I had graduated from nursing school a little more than a year before that night, I was 20 years old. Ever since I pass my initial exam to enter nursing sc...
  6. The Cultures of Nursing

    The job duties, the vocabulary and the hospital were a far reach from anything I had experienced as a nursing student in San Francisco. The ward of the hospital I was assigned to used to be a debtor's prison. This was culture shock. I was used to pri...
  7. International Nursing - Whew!

    I like the smell of hospitals. I know it's more than a little odd, but, I always have. Maybe it's subconsciously one of the things that caused me to become a nurse. I smell the ammonia and something feels right about it, it puts me in the zone. The z...
  8. A Nurse Is a Nurse

    In 1997, after finishing school, I set off with my brother to visit nursing schools, in England. At first, I had no plans to leave Ireland, I was just attempting to satisfy my school that I was filling out all the right applications and that I was se...
  9. Let me first say thank you for not ignoring this article and for letting this little art piece of mine reach your mind. Today, I spent 3o minutes of my time trying to join the contest "Write a Nursing Article and Win a Cash". I have put so much effor...
  10. When to start your job searchThroughout my training I was constantly urged by mentors in the months prior to graduation to start applying for jobs - "It will be harder/take a lot longer than you think!". Well, take heed, finding a job in the current ...
  11. Job hunting in the healthcare profession appears to be a nightmare these days and if you believe the media there are tens of thousands of newly qualified RN's actively searching for employment. The media also continue to state that there is a nursing...
  12. After 27 hours of travel I have arrived. It is very hot, there is no air conditioning and only warm bottled water to drink. On January 14th I had the amazing opportunity to travel to the jungles of southern India on a volunteer medical missions trip....
  13. The Inside Culture

    It's now a decade and he is past gone, my inside is that I should care for other insides. I prefer to live with what he used to tell me, "Son the inside matters." I don't want to imagine how two races from that far could meet and produce me... I thin...
  14. I want to be a nurse anesthetist because I learned that it is the highest paid nurse. That had been one of my dreams. Until one day, I was assigned to the Delivery Room of a Provincial Hospital. I was so excited to assist as a student nurse. The moth...
  15. ... The replies are often negative and in general try to convey how very difficult this is. There are lots of hoops to jump through and currently the economic situation in the UK is very grim, this means that jobs anywhere are scarce and our governme...
  16. Once upon a time, I encountered the most unexpected milestone of my life... I still find it a blessing that after 4 years, I was able to sacrifice my time and effort to leave California and adjust to life in the Philippines. I still remember my first...
  17. If you are now at the point in your life when you are one or two of these: you want a career boost, gain better experience, earn more than what you do now, live a tax free-life, encouraged by one or two of your relatives or friends, follow your famil...
  18. Alham Dulillah

    I was just eight months in training as a staff nurse in a small hospital in our province. I really was not expecting any letter that time since I was just starting my shall I say, nursing career for that matter. I was not really expecting any letter ...