A Noble Profession
Friday, April 02, 2010
It is a known fact that in the Philippines nursing has been the number one course among college students and there are now thousands of health workers available for the rest of the world. I have cousins who took this course and are now successful nurses in Canada, Europe, Japan and the United States of America. Everybody knows how hard working and talented they are and if you think about it they compare our Filipino nurses work doubly hard than other nationalities. Ask your local health workers and they will probably tell you the same thing. They have college degrees and have exams for that but sometimes it doesn't end there. I know they undergo more training after that and a lot of hands on training and they certainly need more experience. Moreover, they need cna training information that would make them the outstanding nurses they are being known for.
I have really high regards with our medical workers and the things they do for the world. I never forget how cute they are ha-ha! Though what matters most is the dedication and passion they put into caring for another human being. That to me is the best thing that they do in their profession. Without them we'll probably end up just curing ourselves with honey and ginger while lying in bed at home. It's such a noble profession and I'm glad my cousins are part of it! At least we get to have the best ones in the world!