Overseas Nursing Jobs
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There is a great demand for nurses worldwide
Nursing personnel make up over 50 percent of the health workforce in every country of the world. In many countries in the developing world, more than 80 percent of health workers are nurses.”
Because of a global nursing shortage and a higher demand for nursing services, healthcare organizations are faced with staffing dilemmas that are reaching crisis levels in certain places.
The skills and knowledge that Australian, UK, U.S and many European educated nurses gain are highly regarded internationally and the nursing profession can open doors to a broad range of opportunities for working abroad.
Nurses are needed in developed nations and in the developing world and according to the World Health Organization (WHO) "Nurses are the largest category of health worke
The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International, reports that "Canada, the Philippines, Australia, and Western Europe are reporting increasing nursing shortages and there are reports of shortages coming from Africa and South America.
This nursing labor shortage has seen healthcare organizations around the world seeking to recruit nurses from many countries and as the locations are wide and varied so are the salaries with the highest paid jobs being found in the Arab countries like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
How to get an international nursing job.
If you want to work overseas as a nurse you really need to do your research first and you’ll need to be motivated as well! Some things to consider when seeking your overseas nursing job include:
Your Nursing Experience
Your Knowledge of the Language
Researching Healthcare Recruiters
Your Nursing Registration
Web sites of Nursing Licensing Boards of Selected Countries:
Irish Nursing Board (An Bord Altranais)
Nursing Council of New Zealand
Singapore Nursing Board
Norwegian Registration Authority for Health Personnel
Australian Nursing Council
South African Nursing Council
Quick Facts: Florence Nightingale Founder Of Nursing
Before modern times, nuns and the military often provided nursing services. Evidence of the religious and military roots of modern nursing remain today. In Britain, senior female nurses are still known as "Sisters".
In recent times, the United States and Canada still have many nurses flowing back into working in religious fields through "Parish Nursing".
These nurses work within a church community to perform health education, counseling and to provide referrals to support agencies. Parish nuring connects volunteers from the church community with people in need of assistance. New Zealand was the first country to regulate the nursing profession nationally. They adopted the Nurses Registration Act in 1901.
Florence Nightingale is regarded as the founder of modern nursing during the Crimean War. Her lasting contribution has been her role in founding the nursing profession. She set a shining example for nurses everywhere. The nursing profession still emulate her compassion, commitment to patient care and thoughtful hospital administration.
The work of the Nightingale School of Nursing still continues today. There is even a Florence Nightingale Museum in London and another museum devoted to her at her family home, Claydon House. The International Nurses Day is celebrated by the nursing community on her birthday each year.
There are several churches in the Anglican Communion commemorate Florence Nightingale with a feast day on their liturgical calendars. This continues her legacy in nursing. There are three hospitals in Istanbul named after Nightingale, further honoring her nursing career.
During the Vietnam War, the nursing stories of Florence Nightingale inspired many US Army nurses. The stories sparked a renewal of interest in her life and work in nursing. The Agostino Gemelli Medical Centre in Rome is the first university-based hospital in Italy.
One of the hospital’s most respected medical centers has honored Florence
Nightingale's contribution to the nursing profession by giving the name
"Bedside Florence" to a wireless computer system it has developed
to assist nursing.
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