Archive for May, 2009

JUNE 2009 Nursing Licensure Examination Room Assignments

Friday, May 29th, 2009

The room assignments  for June 2009 Nursing Licensure Examination is now posted at the PRC website. You can download it here.

It took me a long time to download it. Hahaha! Just be patient with it.

Good luck NURSES!:]]

Nursing Board Exam Tips 01: Current Health Issues

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

Current health issues are now becoming a trend in the Nursing Board Examination. Since the Board of Nursing is now incorporating board questions about recent health issues in the country, might as well give you certain topics that might come out:

1. Ebola Virus
2. SUICIDE (due to the “Ted Failon Issue”)
4. H1N1 Swine Flu Virus (the recent outbreak) and also here.
5. Leukemia (due to the death of Francis Magalona)

This is just from the text message that I received few weeks ago from my school mates and friends, as the cliché goes, THERE’S NO HARM IN TRYING so why not read about these topics right? :]]

Course Syllabus/Outline for Nursing Licensure Exam (NLE)

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

In my review class today, our concept is about professional adjustment. Our reviewer told us that to be able to pass the board exam, the trick is to know the specialization of the Board of Nursing because from that, you will know on where to focus in the review. He showed us the pictures of the current Board of Nursing and their specializations at the same time, he discussed their qualifications and how they made it to their positions (one of the sub-topic in Professional Adjustment).

Our reviewer told us to visit the website of the Board of Nursing and download the course outline/syllabus of the Nursing Licensure Exam. Less do people know that there is such thing. As I visit the site, I noticed that from the thousands of people who will be taking the Nursing Board Exam, there are only 1000 hits in that particular downloadable file.

I would also like to share it with you and I hope that this will help you in passing the Nursing Board Exam and not only to pass but to top it.

Good Luck and God Bless!!!

Please click here for the downloadable file in MS Word format.

If it doesnt work, please click here.


Friday, May 1st, 2009

Now that I am half through my formal review class, there is one thing that I realized…

It’s a good thing that FEU added the NURSING AUDIT in our curriculum because it became very advantageous for me since in my review, we are just tasked to answer test examinations and then the reviewers will just discuss the rationale behind the correct answers. If they will discuss the specific disease or topic, it is just brief due to time constraints.

I am very thankful that we had great reviewers and I had taken the lectures and the exams seriously (though, I am always late or even half day… hehehe!). Yes, I must admit that IT IS SOOOOOO D-I-F-F-I-C-U-L-T but it made me confident because I feel that Tamaraws really has an edge for that matter.

With that, I would like to share with you a text message containing some taglines of our reviewers, compiled, forwarded and revolved around FEU-IN BATCH 2009’s text messages. I, myself received this text message couple of times. This was made last February 2009.

“Hindi importante dito kung gaano kataas anf scores mo, ang mahalaga, natuto ka…”
– Maam Mhel
“Hindi hadlang anf below average lang na I.Q…”
– Sir Aliswag
“Para pumasa ka sa board exam, di pwedeng aral ng aral…”
– Maam Tan
“Matuto kayong mangaram mga AMBISYOSA…”
– Sir Nonog
“An intelligent person is the one who admits he doesn’t know ever-zeirything…”
– Sir Ranjo
“You’re not a chicken, you’re an eagle…”
– Sir Pondang
“Gawin mong inspirasyon si Bebe boy, Bebe girl…”
– Sir Asuncion
“Gwapo pala ang kuya mo, sana noon mo pa ko sinama sa bahay niyo, Beybeh…”
– Sir Laboy

When can I have a DUTY again?

Friday, May 1st, 2009

I know this is long been overdue. I would just like to share with you a text message that my classmate JONAS, had forwarded last February 2009.

As I recalled, this was the time that we we’re struggling for experiences.  We all can relate with this text message. Our graduation is fast approaching. We feel that we were running out of time because we don’t know as to when can we practice our profession again. I posted this because recently, I have been asking myself as when will I wear my nursing cap again? Is it Sooner or is it Later?

So here it is:

Panalangin ng isang FEU Nursing Student

Dear Lord,
Duty na naman. Sanama naman po huwang na kaming toxic-kin ng C.I sa kaka-Vital Signs at Charting. Bigyan niyo naman ako ng patient na pwede man lang mag-IV, NGT o kahit Catheter. Sawa na ako sa V/S Nursing. Ubos na din ang pera ko sa pamasahe papunta sa ospital na sobrang layo. Bukod sa walang case, minsan wala naman patient. Kung may patient naman, TB naman ang case.

Kamusta naman? Lord, sana po tumae ng cases ang kalabaw ng FEU. Di pa ako kumpleto ng OR at DR, meron nga Cord Care, bigay naman. Buti pa ang birhen ng Fatima, Milagrosa. Lahat sila may case. Ang kalabaw ng FEU, role model tuloy sa amin. Pati kami, endangered na. Pesteng Audit pa, mukhang maeextinct na kami bago mag-board.

Lord? Nakikinig ka ba? I guess you’re using silence as a form of therapeutic communication (naks.). Kuba na sila nanay at tatay. Huwag na sama kaming pabilhin ng bagong sapatos at uniform na isang beses lang naman gagamitin para sa grad. Ibis na pinangkain ko na lang yoon sa masasarap na kainan sa lerma, ibubulsa pa ng iba.

At higit sa lahat Lord, mahal ko ang school ko. Sana naman bago ako gumgraduate maramdaman ko din na mahal din ako ng FEU.


Wala bang ipopost mortem jan Lord?

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