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Deadline for Filing of Application for November 2009 Nursing Board Exam|What to bring during filing of application for NLE…

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

According to Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) filing of applications for the November 29-30, 2009 Nursing Licensure Exam is now on-going. Deadline of filing is on the following dates:

  • NEW / FIRST TIMERS – OCTOBER 16, 2009
  • REPEATERS – SEPTEMBER 16, 2009

No application will be accepted after these deadline.

What to bring during Filing of Application for Nursing Licensure Exam:

  • Duly accomplished Nurses’ Application Form
  • NSO issued Birth Certificate (original and photocopy)
  • NSO issued Marriage Certificate (if applicable) (original and photocopy)
  • TOR with scanned picture reflecting the remarks “FOR BOARD EXAMINATION PURPOSES” (original and photocopy)
  • Duly notarized summary of RLE (original and photocopy)
  • Duly notarized OR-DR cases (P40.00 per page)
  • 4 pcs. Passport size colored picture with Name tag & on white background
  • Recent Community Tax (Cedula)
  • Examination Fee of P900.00
  • 1 pc. window mailing envelope from PRC (Beware of fake envelopes)

* Metered Stamp is P21.00
*Over-all, you need to bring at least P1,300.00 for the filing
*Prepare for the long queue of line (with matching “SINGITS”)

Just to be ready:
*Bring ballpen
*Stamp pad
*Glue
*Stapler
*Food (Lunch and Merienda)

With that I will give you something to smile for….

DSC01488Pamatay na banat habang nakapila sa PRC:

Boy: Uhh, excuse me miss anu na lang kulang mo?
Girl: Metered stamp na lang tapos issuance na… Ikaw?
Boy: Ang matamis mong pag “OO” sa pag-ibig ko…

*CHEEEEEESSSYYYYY!!!*

GOOD LUCK!!!:))

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.

AMEN.

P.S
Wala bang ipopost mortem jan Lord?

Another batch of Nursing Text Messages, Jokes and Quotations

Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

Since my inbox is now overflowing with text messages, I would like to share them with you. Here are some nursing text messages for you to enjoy:

1. From Mr. Jamon (my C.I during my duty at NCMH)
Nurses are not superhumans.
They read patient’s charts–not their minds.
They also have their own insecurities, problems, and difficulties in life.
They possess strength yet still, they are vulnerable. They know how to get hurt.
So in case your expectations to them become a little TOO high..
Think again…
Remember what the song ‘Superman’ says?
“..even heroes have the right to bleed..”

2. From Mich
A nurse is someone
who says toxic everytime,
who has limited rest days,
who carry tons of books,
who can eat as fast as 5 minutes…
But still manages t0
luk go0d..
and H 0 T..

3. From Monmon
Doing SEX
by Profession:
Doctors
do it in
ORDER
DJs
do it by
REQUEST
Dentists
do it
ORALLY
MedTechs
do it w/
SAMPLES
But
Nurses
do it by
ROUNDS!

4. From Christian
How naughty & nice nurses can be?
>perform nipple rolling to promote c0ntraction.
>touch a guy’s private organ to insert
a catheter.
>perform internal
exam to dtermine
cervical dilatati0n.
.. & it’s all done
for the sake
of the patient care!
Datz h0w nuRses are!

5. From Aaron
I can be ur..
Amphetamine:
2 tel u ‘wag kang
susuk0.’
benz0diazepine:
2 tel u ‘wag kang
mag-alala.’
antipsych0tic:
2 tel u ‘wag kang
sira.’
TCA/MAOI/SSRI:
2 tel u ‘wag ka
nang mlngk0t.’
lithium carb0n8:
2 tel u ‘hinay
hinay lang.’
antic0nvulsant:
2 tel u ‘relax ka
lang.’
antibi0tic:
2 tel u ‘ipaglalaban
kita.’
analgesic:
2 tel u ‘0k lng
yan im hr 2 rliev
d pain.’
multivitamins:
2 tel u ‘ingat ka
palagi.’
bt dnt w0ri,wla
ak0ng syd effect!ü^_^

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Nursing Texts

Friday, September 5th, 2008

Here are some of the nursing text messages that I receive from my friends, which I like to share with you:

I realized that being a nurse is incomparable. As we care for our patients, we learn how to cover our sorrow with a smile. We learn how to stay vigorous despite all the tasks we endure. We learn how to give hope even though ours is unclearly seen. We learn how to give strength even at times that we are weak. Nobody would know what kind of life a nurse has unless they become one.

When you save a person’s life, they call you a HERO, when you combine science with caring they call you an expert, when you share your compassion, they call you a friend, and when you do all three, they call you a NURSE!

Do you know why nurses are such an astig friend and lover? It’s because they understand your abnormalities, knows that you’re crying inside even though you’re laughing outside, a good listener and adviser and best of all, they know how to take care of you and can bring out the best in you!

Eyes expression:
0_0: awake
-_-: sleepy
^_^: flirty
¤_¤: shocked
Ø_Ø: teary
@_@: dizzy
$_$: NURSES!

Our right to talk…

Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

“While the right to talk maybe the beginning of freedom, the necessity of listening is what makes the right important.”

Some says freedom is having the right to express yourself without suffering consequences. In the same manner, one way of expressing our freedom is our right to talk. On the other side of my thinking, I asked, What is the sense of our right to talk if nobody or no one just even tries or dares to listen? Will there be freedom or at least a chance to practice it?

I believe that listening is the starter and the main essence of exercising our right to talk for without it, there is no point of having that right in the first place. Listening or having a listener is a necessity. It should always be present, if not, you’ll just talk to yourself even if you have the most brilliant or the solutions to the problems of the world… It will just be wasted and be gone with the wind.

*this was my assignment for my speech class, we were asked to explain the quotation above and this was graded 96% — high enough for me…=)

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