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Meanwhile, a source said that one of three Filipino nurses confined to the King Fahd Medical City in Riyadh has recovered from the viral infection. The other two patients, a male and a female, are still at the hospital...The advisory came on the
With the number of people affected by the catastrophe greater than the entire population of London, it is not surprising that people watching and reading the news around the globe find it difficult to comprehend its magnitude and what those figures
The examination will be held simultaneously in Jeddah and Riyadh. The Filipino professionals in the Eastern Region will travel to Riyadh to take the examination, Padaen told Arab News. Padaen said that the PRC will administer the examination on Oct.
Rodelio Dondon Lanuza, the Filipino who spent 13 years on death row in a Dammam jail for killing a Saudi national, left the Kingdom last night and is scheduled to arrive in Manila this afternoon...Tago said Lanuza was booked on a late night flight
In virtually every corner of this country, there is nothing but praise for Filipino nurses...Our nurses overseas are truly some of the best ambassadors of the Filipino people, she said. She likewise highlighted the recognition awarded by the City
Mary Jane Tupas, the embassy said the nurses association intends to: establish links with government institutions to assist distressed Filipinos; promote continuing education among its members, and promote health and wellness among Filipinos in the
Val Gucman enjoys his job as a driver but he is actually a registered nurse (RN). Gucman is one of some 287,000 RN in the country who are unable to practice their professions for lack of job opportunities. "Everytime na sinasabi na RN ka, bakit
Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) on nursing services in Bandung, West Java, from May 23 to 27 to discuss competency and professional skill standards among nurses in the region. Each country will send at least two delegations from the nurses
Vietnam Philippine road users and nurses stand to benefit from assistance from Japan following talks between President Benigno Aquino III and Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan during the 17th summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
Unable to help it, the Philippine Nurses Association chapter in North Cotabato expressed disappointment of what seemed to be a cold-shoulder treatment regarding the case of a volunteer nurse who was gang-raped in