We have partnered with world’s leading universities and colleges in Canada, UK, USA, Australia, and New Zealand to offer specialized nursing programs in the following areas... Read More
To become a nursing professional, an individual has to work very hard. You need a lot of patience, dedication and should be able to work under pressure. There is a big demand for skilled and experienced nurses around the globe. Working abroad offers a lot of exposure, offers an... Read More
Most of us want to pursue our career in the North American countries. Even though United States is the major country in this region, Canada is not far behind. In terms of area, it is world’s second largest country and shares the world’s longest border with the US.... Read More
Diabetes is a major health issue, affecting 7 out of 10 people. As per the WHO, by 2030, diabetes could be the 7th leading cause of death. More than 347 million people around the world suffer from it, making diabetes a global epidemic.
People in Canada are getting older, which means that the country will need more number of registered nurses in future. In fact, as per the forecast by Canadian Nurses Association, there could be shortage of nearly 60,000 full-time positions by 2022. This makes Canada the best place for nurses to pursue a promising career and make a living.
Did you know that the All India Government Nurses' Federation has slammed The Kapil Sharma Show? Not just this, they even want it to be taken off-air? Nurses from medical colleges and hospitals held a demonstration at Guru Nanak Dev Hospital, Amritsar in order to protest against the show. According to them Nurses were depicted in poor light and the nursing profession was demeaned in the particular episode.
The year 2016 seems to be a lucky year for the nurses and nursing students who are about to enter the profession. With Canada to hold on international students with relaxed citizenship rules, now the government of India is also planning to create a 'live data register' particularly for nurses.
Doctors are always considered next to God, as they are the only people after God whom we can trust blindly and they also work hard to provide us best possible healthcare. However, they are not the only ones always rewarded for the contribution they make in lives of others.
Many people have a stereotypical mindset that once they are done with their graduation and are into a full time job; they cannot opt for further studies. We might have heard people saying that what you know today may very well change tomorrow. It appropriately applies well for nurses as well. Further education can help them to get updated with the latest development in the healthcare and medical field worldwide.
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