Low wages, lack of safety, lesser respect, low educational standards, and limited scope of growth are some of the challenges the professionals of the healthcare industry in the developing countries have to cope with. Nursing, for that matter, is an occupation that has evolved over the time. As a healthcare discipline, nursing is opted by numerous aspirants who want to work for the well-being of mankind
The global nursing shortage occurring in healthcare organizations around the world is bringing in its wake a serious situation regarding adverse impacts on the welfare of patients. According to a recent survey on nursing shortages in the US
Is a flourishing career in the nursing field, the ultimate life goal for you? Now that you have become a nurse, why aren’t you happy and satisfied? Do you feel you still haven’t made it as big as you desired? If thoughts like these keep you from enjoying a good night’s sleep, there’s nothing to worry about.
More often than not it the desire to serve and care for people that motivates most people in choosing nursing as their full-time profession. If you are ready to give your 100%, becoming a successful nurse won’t be tough for you. Nursing is a noble profession that rewards the individual not only personally
The Indian nursing industry is indebted to Keralite nurses for the role they have played over the years in not only fulfilling the numbers required to support healthcare facilities, but also making sure that the right efforts are taken to improve the quality of care provided to patients all over India. It won’t be wrong to call them the backbone of the Indian nursing industry.
Nursing is an altruistic profession that requires you to weigh the challenges and benefits before actually committing to caring for others. When you become a nurse or a caregiver, you become aware of the psychology of your patients and people in general. As a nurse, you are relatively in demand as people in need of care count on you to help them recover from their ailments.
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