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Rising need for nursing opportunities and internationally trained nurses in the Philippines

May 3, 2018 | By admin

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“When you are a Nurse, you know that every day you will touch a life or a life will touch yours.”

Merely comparing the living standards of Philippines with the rest of the world is not the ideal way to demonstrate the numerous problems the third-world country is facing, but that has to be the way to point out the essential differences. Compared to Canada, nursing education in the Philippines is a big problem due to dysfunctional or non-existing authorities to teach and develop the healthcare standards.

To understand the gulf of a difference, on an average, a nurse in Canada is paid a starting salary $5000, many times more than the average salary of a Filipino nurse in the Philippines. As per statistics, the promise of a high wage abroad, in contrast with the low wages in the Philippines, is a significant push factor for the nurses to leave and migrate to other countries in search of better opportunities.

To change the scope of nursing programs for Filipino nurses in Asian countries, especially Philippines – INSCOL in partnership with the leading universities all over the globe, provides a platform for academic and career progression for the same set of nurses. These specialty nursing programs facilitate nursing students and professional nurses to pursue special care programs that can provide them with an excellent job opportunity in the future.

Exposure from INSCOL’s internationally approved curriculum can give Filipino nurses the required competencies and skills to become an international nurse in one of the many healthcare facilities in countries like Australia, USA, UK, New Zealand and Canada.

When most of the world experiences a shortage of internationally trained nurses (IENs), to point out the problem in the Philippines alone is not the solution. Instead, preparing a near-accurate workforce for the future should be the ideal goal for healthcare organizations and medical schools/colleges to somewhat even out the ratio of available nurses and doctors per patient.

Explore your holistic nature and prepare to become a Global Nurse with INSCOL.

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