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Sunday, March 3, 2013

Letter from a Reader: Mrs. Cynthia Villar Disrespected the Nursing Profession


Mrs. Cynthia Villar,

We, nurses, are so disappointed by what you have said about our profession. That we don't deserve quality education, that we don't need to finish BSN, that we are "room" nurses and that we don't need to be good at what we do?

Shame! You didn't just disrespect us and our profession but you also disrespected our parents who worked very hard just to put us through nursing school. It is so sad to know that even our own "kababayan" degraded our profession that is known to be noble. Reality check MRS. CYNTHIA VILLAR, please count all the unregistered and registered nurses in the Philippines and overseas. Do you think you will win the Senate race?

- Niko Salazar

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  1. Ay sana nai-post din ang issue? Bakit ba? Anyare?

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    1. read FP's previous post of that video.

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    2. Nakapost po yung video sa other blogpost ni FP :)

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  2. Hindi ko napanood ang interview na yan ni mrs villar pero i dont think sasabihin naman nya yan lalo pa now na election shempre puro magaganda sasabihin ng mga yan diba? Baka naman na misinterpret lang sha?

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    1. sorry pero ang mga lonely ang makaka-misinterpret sa mga sinasabi nya kagaya mo....

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    2. Watch it sa youtube and be the judge. Even mareng wenny munzod ba iyong nagtanong bout that ay nadismaya face nya sa sagot ni villar

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    3. nasabi na nga nya diba! panuorin mo nga un interview nya.. dun ka nga sa row 4! slow!

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    4. Lonely pinay..isa k rin mahina ang sa balita... mk villar ka ba?... eh buti nga lumabas ang tunay niyang kulay

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    5. ms lonely pinay, di mo naman pala napanood bakit ka na cocomment.ur personal view is not being solicited.


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    6. Comment ka nang comment hindi mo pa pala napapanood! Use your coconut!

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    7. Lonely ka na nga, slow pa hahahaha! Ang malas mo naman sa buhay te!

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    8. SHempre, SHa.... go lonely pinay! way to go! comment pa ng maraming SH! And next time, watch or read first!

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    9. I have a RN sister who is now working at saudi arabia! That is do disrepectful of her. And lonely pinay, are u uneducated or epal lang?

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    10. Dahil ba sa nagbigay ng opinyong salungat sa opinyon nyo eh tatawagin nyo ng uneducated? Sobrang tataas naman yata ng tingin ng mga nurses sa sarili nila. Eh karamihan nga sa inyo eh kung umasta eh akala mo mga doktor na. May masusungit na nagtatanong ka lang eh naka-singhal agad. Meron namang dedma lang at titingnan ka lang. Tapos sasabihin nyong mga professional kayo. Yang mga tulad nyo dapat ang ginagamot ng mga doktor.

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    11. @Anon 2:27 AM magkaiba ang opinyon sa pangmamaliit! sa kahit anong profession dapat kang maging magaling..

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  3. she saif "di daw kelangan tapusin ang BSN para maging nurse and di dapat masyado kagaling kasi "room nurse" lang ang gusto ng iba. Heller there's no such thing as room nurse. Edi may room doctor, room medtech at room pharmacist ganoon? kaya nga may standards eh and we need that to make sure we produce competent nurses around the world. Sakit sa ulo ito si misis hanep buhay.

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    1. eh totoo naman

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    2. Bitter ka teh? Hulaan ko, di ka nakatapos ng BSN no? Hirap magaral ng sandamakmk na libro no?? or worse elementary haha balik ka sa grade 1 sama mo si mrs. Villar para madgdagan may kukote sa pilipinas.

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    3. anong totoo???utak villar din isang toh, o mas maliit pa utak mo.

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    4. Naku malamang mal-edukado yang si anon 7:35am proud na okay lang na walang pinagaralan.

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    5. kung mga nurse nga talaga ang nagko-comment dito eh kukuha na lang ko ng caregiver na mag-aalaga sa akin. aba eh matutuluyan yata ako kapag ganyan ang mga attitude ng nurse na mag-aalaga sa akin.

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    6. @Anon at 2:30am kahit sinong mabait na nurse ang maliitin ganyan din ang iaasta,, jusko cla pa ngaun para sau ang meh kasalanan sa attitude nila ah..

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    7. ayaw nyo mapintasan mga nurses at dapat kamo irespeto kayo right? you are all under pressure and stress and this is how you react? so nasan na ung sinasabi nyo na mataas nyo na pinag aralan at di dapat maliitin? check all nurses' comments on fb and elsewehere, ano tawag sa inyo dapat? you have no manners so to speak. and you place yourselves higher than mrs villar? like duh. yeah i know wrong words came out of her mouth, she was pressured by time and she wasnt able to express what she really meant. it may be her fault but look closely how nurses react. but then again go and do it what do you know in the end she will surface to be a kawawang victim in the end. you know how emotional filipinos are, cge tama yan kawawain nyo pa si mrs villar at mas lalo pa yang mananalo.

      if you are sinless then go and do your stuff, but if you are not, then think again.

      i bet after her winning the election she would surely say "oh nurses thank you so much for making me number 1"

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  4. I am ashamed to hear your comments about Philippine nurses, I have worked with many of them here and I respect them just as much as the north American nursing graduates for they have the courage to endure many things that they see in a daily basis.Nurses are very versatile just so you know, I just wish you educate yourself about the nursing profession first before you spoke as you sound very ignorant for a politician.

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    1. Sablay ang English, specifically syntax, phrasing and grammar.

      :: Grammar Nazi ni FP

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    2. @anon 12:43pm eh ikaw ano naman ang opinyon mo sa sinabi ni mrs. villar? bukod sa bumatikos sa grammar ng iba..issue ba talaga ang binabasa mo o ang comments lng.. next time kung magsasabi tau na mali ang grammar paki sabi na rin kung ano ang tama dapat..para hindi ka lng basta nang-dadaot meh naibibigay ka rin..

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  5. She is a backward and ignorant old woman. BSN is the very basic standard for all nurses all over the world. Only BSN can train for specialties such as intensive care, emergency care, IV and operating room care. She doesn't deserve a chance to be a senator. Stop political dynasty.

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  6. Baka she's pertaining din sa ibang countries na di na need ng degree to become nurses since sa hospital rooms lang sila na-aassign. Parang caregivers lang dating nila. Iba pa kasi ang nurses na assigned sa surgery etc.

    Since we live in a country where diplomas are more relevant than intelligence and/or skills when looking for jobs, syempre nakaka-offend sa mga nurses.


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    1. Hello! Magkaiba naman talaga ang "caregivers" sa "nurses" no. Is she really that ignorant???

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    2. 6:29 diploma over bachelor's degree? kaya di umaasebso pilipinas kasi ganyan mgisip.

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    1. Half pinoy k nga lang.. ndi porket graduate ng pinas considered as nothing n. Yes maybe in Europe but not in US we can work as RN bsta pasado sa NCLEX we dont need to study again.. btw, ndi lng nmn alcohol ang gamit s pinas to disinfect db.

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    2. Low quality din ang basic education mo kung saan ka man nag-aral...guarantee lang di mo pa mabaybay nang tama. Tsaka anong efficacity???

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    3. "garanty" talaga te? I'm sure you flunked your TOEFL/TOEIC.

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    4. ms jewel degreave. alam mo ba ang kundisyon ng mga hospital dito sa pilipinas? ang kalagayan ng mga nurses na nagttrabaho sa mga ospital na yon? kung paanong improvise ang ginagawa ng mga nurses na kumikilos sa bawat ospital na walang gamit dito sa pilipinas, kung paano sila gumagwa ng paraan para sa mga pasyenteng walang pambili ng mga gamit o gamot?
      alam mo hindi ako naniniwalang "NOTHING' ang tingin ng mga ibang lahi sa mga pinoy na nagttrabaho sa pilipinas kasi hindi sila maghihire ng mga pinoy nurses kung hindi sila COMPETENT at maganda magtrabaho. ang nanay ko nagttrabaho sa ireland pero mataas ang tingin sa knya ng mga kasamahan nya, mga kagaya mong mababa ang tingin sa mga pilipino ang nagiisip lang na "NOTHING" ang tingin ng mga ibang tao sa PINOY NURSES.
      whether half pinoy ka o hindi ka pinoy, pilipino ka pa din. kung yung mga mismong pinoy din ang aalipusta sa kapwa nya pinoy lalong hindi uunlad ang pilipinas.. sabagay anu nga ba naman pakelam mo sa pilipinas. di ka naman dito nakatira. kung maging under kmi sa isang corrupt na public official hindi ka naman tlga affected dahil nasa isang first world country ka. and FYI. its guaranty not garanty,,

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    5. Jewel, isa ka pang b*ba! Kaya nga pinapasara ng CHED yung ibang nursing school eh dahil mababa ang standards. Pero tinutulan ni Cynthia the Great. Mind you, madaming magagaling na nursing schools dito sa Pinas. Pwede namang lumipat yung mga affected students. Magsama kayong dalawa.

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    6. Ms Jewel Degraeve, I hate to say it, but you're like Mrs. Villar right now, speaking of something which you have no extensive knowledge about. You generalize all Filipino nursing schools as such when you didn't even study here. Research first before you comment. If you had researched beforehand, you would know that many Filipino nurses who graduated from the Philippines are leaders in their own fields and places; you would know that alcohol is NOT the gold standard in disinfecting objects and it can be used in cleaning your hands provided that there is no visible dirt (based on guidelines); you would know that there are Filipino nursing schools where students start their hospital and community exposures in the first and second years; you would know that Filipino nurses, because of their knowledge and values are in demand in many areas of the world; you would know that not all schools require their students to pay to have their intensive training; and you would know that there are no such words as efficacity and garanty. You are entitled to your own opinion, but please, back it up with substantial information and not just hearsay to make your argument legitimate.

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    7. Heller naniwala nmn kayo sa charot na taga ibang bansa yan. Namdito lng yan sa pinas muka ngang kahit highschool eh di graduate yan eh. Kung anu anu iniimbento word. Anu just to say something ka lang teh?

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  8. napanood ko yun at napataas din ang kilay ko sa sagot niya. kasi alam kong di biro ang pagnunurse at kailangan ng quality training at education. kaya nga may board exam sila eh.

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    1. yes jewel, yun nga ang point e, kung low quality na nga ang education ng nursing dito sa philippines, diba the more na kailangan ituwid at tulungan ng mga public servant kung pano maiaayos ang quality na yun. pag nakita mo ba na considered "nobody" ang mga nurses sa ibang country, ito-tolerate mo ba lalo yun? of course not, that's why we have to resolve and do something about the issue. sa pananaw ni aling cynthia, parang sinabi nya na na pabayaan na lang na low quality ang standard ng nursing education dito sa philippines kse "room nurse" lang naman ang kinababagsakan nila sa ibang countries...shame on her!

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    2. not all filipino nurses abroad, especially US, are downgraded. marami sa kanila ay nrerspeto din. one of them is menchu sanchez, pinay nurse who was hailed by pres. obama in his state of the union address. she led the rescue of hospitalized infants in NY during superstorm sandy.

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    3. mga nurses dito sa pinas, nag-aral according sa pilipino standard of education ng PI , kung ang standard ay hindi pumatas sa level ng edukasyon sa ibang bansa, hindi na nila kasalanan yun. kaya nga sila kumukuha ng qualifying exams ng ibang bansa para lang maka pag nurse sa ibang bansa at marami namang pumapasa, that only prove na mautak ang mga pilipino...hindi yun ang point dito ms degraeve, dapat nirerespeto ang mga pinoy nurses dahil naghirap silang mag-aral at pinaghirapang pag aralin ng mga magulang at walang koneksiyon yang mga pinagsasabi mo diyan. kahit hindi mo sabihin yan, alam ng mga pinoy nurses yan..ang issue dito ay ang degrading comment ni hanepbuhay sa mga pinoy nurses na nagpakahirap mag-aral, magkaroon lang ng propesyon.

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    4. it's because of people like her that the quality of training here in the Philippines is not acceptable in other counties.

      and for someone who is educated in belgium, it's surprising that you misspelled guarantee with garanty. just saying.

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    5. Ateng na hindi pa nurse - nakakahiya ka dai! Huwag magmagaling dahil obviously wala kang alam. Alam mo ba na kaya nakakapag licensure examination sa ibang bansa ang mga graduates sa pilipinas is because ang curriculum sa Pilipinas is comparable or even more say for example sa US and Europe?! Kaya nga may packet ma pinapa fill out mismo sa mga dean enclosed para ma assess pati na rin mga transcripts. totoo na may 2 yr associate nursing course pero kailangan nilang mag extra effort at extra study kasi malaki ang advantage nito specially for career advancement.
      Ateng, bunganga mo lang ang nakikita kong source of infection at hindi ang uniform na inookray mo. Napag aralan mo na ba ang history ng nursing?kilala mo ba si Florence Nightingale? Nakita mo na ba ang mga pictures ng mga nurses simula noon? Ikaw lang ang mahalay ang isip. Kala mo naman di lumalabas ang iba ng suot suot pa rin ang scrubs at sa iyong banda eh ang blouse mo at pants! Kulang lang sa gamit ang Pilipinas pero heto ang masasabi ko sayo, dahil sa magandang education sa pilipinas na gustong ma maintain "sana" (kung di lang magiging purely business) nananatiling highly commendable and well respected ang mga pinoy. Wag kang magsalita kung puro hearsays ang alam mo. Alam ng pinoy ang evidence based practice, kaya sayo na rin ang alcohol mo. mahirap man ang pilipinas pero it doesnt mean hindi yan mageeffort mag keep up sa changing science. Hindi lahat ng nurse, nag nurse dahil sa pera bruha! Ang dami ko pang gustong sabihin sayo pero kasi napaka angas mo eh dika pa nurse...

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    6. Haha korek ka dyan Guarantee teh hnd guaranty kaloka kahit grade 1 alam yan.

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    7. papansin lang ang bilat na yan. maniwala kang "half filipino" yan. feelingera!

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    8. Ano na lang pala pag naging ganap na nurse na yang estudyanteng yan?! Puro pang aapi gagawin sa kapwa pinoy! Mahirap katrabaho pala yan sa ospital! Neng, baka mabigla ka at kuyugin ka ng mga pinoy future workmates mo sa hospital dahil karamihan puro graduate sa Pilipinas!

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    9. Takot lang mag-take ng NLE dito sa Pinas yan..

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    10. hoy jewel manahimik ka! isa ka pang malaking IGNORANTE! who cares if ur half ita/half mangyan??? hindi yan ang issue!

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    11. Ay nahiya! Na-delete ang comment! Natakot siguro mamaya babanatan sa Twitter or Facebook! Don't worry girl, andaming kopya na ng comment mo all over the web. And you had the gall to post your name pa ha! Hahaha! Yari ka ngayon te!

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  11. hi fashion pulis,
    I'm half belgian, half filipino.
    i'm a nursing student.
    i'm at my last year of college.
    i just want to tell you how it goes here in belgium. first of all dito 3 years lang ang nursing. it has 2 sorts. 1. graduat means after 3 years you can take specialisation like pediatry, geriatry, OR, ICU, palliative etc,... you get much higher sallary and you can be the a cheif nurse in the future, then, the second one is brevet means you have the status of being a nurse, only a nurse working in the hospitals, home for the aged and house to house.
    dito first year college pa lang ay nag OOJT na, 3 months OJT. why? to know if you are really into this job. then second year 4 months of ojt, third year 6 months ojt.
    students doesn't need to pay the hospital to be allowed to practice thier future profession. and here, we do toilettes for our patients,in short kami ang nagpapaligo sa patient. why? kasi we need the global observation, di gaya sa pinas meron caregiver to do that. and also, alcohol is a no no for hands's disinfection? why? it has only 70% efficacity, and you can't use it in an open wound. we use it para sa materials. basta marami ang kulang sa education sa pinas (nursing schools).
    lalo na ang uniform, white uniform, we don't put dress (daster), naka white blouse kami at white pants ( parang uniform ng mga lalaki sa pinas) why kasi mas komportable at iwas sa mga maduduming isip.
    and bawal kaming pumasok sa trabaho ng nakauniform na at lumabas ng hospital with the uniform. number one source of contamination yon.
    sana wag sa uniform magsosyalan sana sa quality ng education at ng trabaho.
    and don't do this job just for the money or for the salary. if you are a nursing student forget europe, if balak mag apply because the diploma in the philippines are never been valid here. i'm sorry :(

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    1. Sorry to you as well you better shut up you dont know what you're saying.. fyi, we never really usr alcohol s open wound.. poor thing

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    2. Ang haba ng sinabi mo wla po kmi pakialam kung sa belgium ka nag aaral.

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    3. Sus dami satsatt sinayang mo lng space ng fp

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    4. hahaha same person diff account. halatang halata ang peg ni ateng. hindi man lang iniba ang content ng mensahe... ganun pa din, walang kuneksyon at walang kwenta.

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    5. gusto lang iyabang na nasa belgium sya. kanina half filipino from Europe, ngayon half filipino from belgium na ang title ni ate. hahaha! same shit, diff username

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    6. wala bang spell check at grammar check yang computer mo? sayang naman, galing BELGIUM pa naman. :)))

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    7. To this belgium nursing student. FYI sweetie, ETOH is never use in open wounds. We don't start our OJTs til 3rd yr because we don't go on site being dumb on how to do our vital signs and our professors and CI's make sure that we understand every bit of the nursing and medical terms. I am a registered nurse in UK and only needed 3 months adaptation to get my license obviously we need this because it is a different country. Try to go to Phil and you won't be able to practice either without a Phil license. Half half ka nga, di kaya kalahi mo si Villar. Spell check mo gamit mong computer ineng mali mali spelling mo, nag aral ka nga sa Europe halata sa spelling mo.

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    8. Si mrs. Villar yan puputa ako. Haha

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    9. First off, you don't sound half Belgian whatever coz ang tatas mong magtagalog. Nakapag asawa ng Belgian na ngayon at feeling anak ang peg, bagay sayo.
      Hmm, sounds suspicious when you said somebody could be A DON just by finishing a 3 yr course. Don't you need a Master's Degree at least to qualify for that position? Are you insinuating that Belgium has lower standard of nursing compared to the rest of the world?

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    10. Miss, we use providine iodine in cleaning/disinfecting wounds... Where the hell did you get all those info's??? Hindi lang din pa alcohol ang panlinis ng kamay. Diba po meron tayong basic skill called "hand washing"??? Another point, di po "daster" ang tawag dun... APRON po yun.

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    11. ano ba tong si student nurse fr belgium! hindi porke nandyan ka e mataas na standard ng eduksyon mo kumpara dito sa pinas! para sa kaalaman mo, kahit saang panig ka ng mundo pumunta pa, pag sinabing filipino nurses eh mas pinagkakatiwalaan! dahil masipag at madiskarte! at isa pa, we perform our jobs well! nirerespeto kami even ng mga doctors sa knowledge namin! fyi, graduate ako dito sa pinas at nasa bakasyon lang at malapit ng maging head nurse sa isang hospital sa KSA! oo na mayabang na ko pero para patunayan lang sayo na may kalidad ang edukasyon dito!

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    12. nakakatawa naman itong half belgian na ito, parang low IQ, kung ano anong pinagsasabi, ang babaw, naki sawsaw pa kasi eh wala naman palang magandang masabi...ms genius (kuno) pwede ba magtapos ka muna pag-aaral at ayusin ang english and spelling mo...english at spelling pa lang di ka na papasa eh.

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    13. hay naku liar ka teh, half Belgian my @ss...at nag aaral ka pa nyan sa Belgium ha? maka tagalog ka daig mo pa ako tapos alam mo talaga lahat ng ins and outs ng nursing dito sa pinas??? half belgian,baka naman may katabi ka lang half na belgian chocolate..echoserang frog!

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    14. Half-belgian half-chocolate. Walang laman utak puro dark!!!!

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    15. Baka nmn belgian waffle ibig sabihin? Oops, alam mo b kung saan nabibili un? Mukang wala ka nmn pinagaralan. Spelling pa lng eh. And dont tell me na hindi valid ang pinagaralan dito at baka sampalan kita ng mga names na kilala ko na nagwowork sa europe. Isa kang malaking EPAL at KSP!

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    16. gets ko si half belgian, ganyan nga sa belgium, mama ko na tapos ng nursing pero hindi siya nurse dito kasi hindi daw pareho diploma, nurse aid lang at sa ang baba pa ng sweldo niya. masyadong strikto dito. magaling medecine dito. about sa education, ako natapos high school sa pilipinas, pag dating ko dito hindi ako pinapasok sa college kasi daw hindi valid diploma ko kaya nag aral ako ng 2 taon ulit ng high school tapos doon pa lang ako nag college.

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    17. Naku jewel, ikaw na nmn yan noh? Mali na nmn spelling eh. For sure!

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    18. Ang mga RN sa pinas na pumupunta sa ibang bansa eh may tinatapos na exam bago sila maging RN sa ibang bansa. For example sa USA kailangan nilang ipasa NCLEX, local board, English requirement at iba pa. Yun mga nasa Belgium, USA, Canada at ibang bansa na Nurse di rin pwedeng magpractice ng nursing sa pinas. Kailangan din nilang ipasa ang board exam sa pinas bago sila makapasa. Kaya ang mama mo kung gustong magpractice ng nursing kailangan niyang tapusin ang requirement sa bansang gusto niyang pagpractisan. Most theories are the same when it comes to nursing. Books na sa pinas ay based pa sa USA.

      At ang mga high school sa pinas na pumupunta sa ibang bansa eh karamihan kailangan eh mag aral uli sa high school not because di sila magaling or di maganda ang quality ng education sa pinas kundi dahil ang high school sa pinas ay hangang 4 years lang so total years of schooling including grade school ay grade 10 eh sa ibang bansa hangang grade 12 sila. So kaya ka nag aral ng dalawang taon uli.

      At si half Belgian na tinutukoy mo ay laking pinas. Pumunta sa florrenes, Belgium dahil nga sa kahirapan ng bahay nila. At sa ngayon ang boyfriend ang tumutulong sa kanya kasi di niya alam ang grammar at di rin cya marunong mag French. Baka nga di half Belgian yan. Kunwari iba lang last name. So paano niya I cocompare ang nursing sa pinas at Belgium kung di niya nasubukan sa pinas. Baka kung sa pinas cya di pa niya maipasa ang local board.

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    19. Europe standard ba kamo? Ako dito nag wowork sa UK. Ang pinagmamalaki mong 3 year nursing course walang wala sa mga nurses sa Pinas. Hanggang Europe ka na lang day kng 3 years lang ang natapos mo. Kaming mga tapos sa Pinas kahit saan pwde magtrabaho. Anong pinagmamalaki mo... kami may mga fundamentals na inaaral e kayo? Basic sizes ng mga needles d nyo alam! Wag kang masyadong mayabang.

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  12. Sad to hear from people who are in an elite society pero wala masyadong alam, ignorance kills your candidacy for that matter. I'm not a nurse but I know how it takes to become a nurse and what a nurse can do to everyone's health, they are part of the therapeutic committe together w the pharmacist and doctors so I must see they play a big role in the healing process of the patient. So iyan ba ang d na kailangan ng quality education?

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  13. I watched the video. I think she got confused between a nurse and a caregiver.

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  14. Educate yourself madam!

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  15. Your a disappointment you don't know what your talking about such pity!

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    1. "You're" a disappointment! You don't know what "you're" talking about! Such "a" pity!

      :: Baklang Nurse, Hindi Caregiver, na naging Grammar Nazi

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  16. I'm just hoping that you don't get sick... And I'll be your Room Nurse madam!

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  17. Sana magkita tayo sa hospital Ikaw ang pasyente, ako ang nurse. Hindi ko naman kailangang maging masyadong magaling, 'di ba? Ako magiging room nurse niyo. I want to see you tremble when your nurse is not well trained.


    So there.

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  18. Sige mag nursing kayo para wala kayong trabaho. Dapat kasi wag sumunod sa usong course kasi pag ganun sumusobra lang din ang labas tuloy tambay ang mga nurse.

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  19. mininterpreted??? try to watch her video under this report...you will find out what really happened

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  20. she doesnt even know how to differentiate a nurse from a caregiver, which I think is what she's pertaining to. pagbutihin na lang nya ang pagpalago ng business nya para matulungan nya mga workers nya, forget about the senate!

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  21. pagbigyan na ninyo si misis hanepbuhay dahil frustrated lang iyan sa ginawa ng kaniyang unica hija...

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    1. what happened ba sa unica hija nya? di ba mag aaral daw abroad?

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    2. yung pag aaral sa spain? but why?

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  22. Sinabi nya yun. Check youtube to believe. Kala ko ba team buhay ka? Ang sarap mo pat**in. K** push dapat ibigay sayo ng "di magaling" mo na nurse e. Ingatan mo health mo mrs villar ha? Iwasan mo mapunta sa hosp. Marami na abangers sayo. Isa pa, wala kang leeg!

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  23. Bakit, ano ba ang ginawa ng kanyang unica ija?

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    1. May b.i. Dati si fp bout her Di ba?

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  24. St***da! You're off my ballot list!

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  25. so frustrating ka aling cynthia! with the way i look at it, isa ka din sa ibang senators elected na uupo lang at mag di-display ng mga alahas at bago nilang damit sa senate. please make up your mind, tulong, trabaho at maayos na buhay ang kailangan ng mga tao sa pilipinas, wag ka nang dumagdag sa mga corrupt at walang alam, maawa kayo sa sambayanang pilipino!

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  26. blessing in disguise na din na yan ang result ng interview kay aling cynthia, at least as early as today, malalaman na ng mga taong nag iisip na hindi sya karapat dapat sa senado!

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  27. yari ka mrs villar... pinakita b nman tunay na kulay

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  28. ms. menchu sanchez, a 56 yr old registered nurse, who was born, raised and EDUCATED IN THE PHILIPPINES. you are a role model. dapat,mahiya sayo si mrs. cynthia villar.

    http://globalnation.inquirer.net/64251/filipino-nurse-hailed-as-role-model-in-obamas-state-of-the-union-address

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  29. This old lady is so clueless and ST*P*D! Shame on you!

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  30. ms. menchu sanchez, a 56 yr old registered nurse, who was born, raised, and EDUCATED IN THE PHILIPPINES. you are tuly a role model. we are proud of you. dapat mahiya sayo si mrs. cynthia villar.

    http://globalnation.inquirer.net/64251/filipino-nurse-hailed-as-role-model-in-obamas-state-of-the-union-address

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  31. ano kayang damage control ang gagawin ng team pinoy?
    buti na lang marami pa ring pinoy nurses sa pinas.. nang sa ganun, marami pa rin ang mangangampanya para hindi iboto ang mahal look a like na yan...

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    1. paano yan, eh di hindi na straight win ang team pnoy... buti naman, hanggat maaga, natatauhan na ang mga botante... tatatak na sa isipan nila kung anong klaseng tao yang si villar na sariling kapakanan lang ang iniisip..

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  32. Yan kasi ang daming sumusunod sa uso. Ang dami tuloy na jobless na non and registered rn.

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    1. Korek. At dahil dyan sa kagagawan sa pangunguna ni Mrs. Sakim Villar

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    2. Maraming jobless because the standard has decreased. It's not because of the "uso" thingy. Now, it is CVillar's fault also for siding with the school business investors and allowing them to enroll many students despite the low quality of education. She was just thinking of money and not the future of the students.

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  33. Ateng na hindi pa nurse - nakakahiya ka dai! Huwag magmagaling dahil obviously wala kang alam. Alam mo ba na kaya nakakapag licensure examination sa ibang bansa ang mga graduates sa pilipinas is because ang curriculum sa Pilipinas is comparable or even more say for example sa US and Europe?! Kaya nga may packet ma pinapa fill out mismo sa mga dean enclosed para ma assess pati na rin mga transcripts. totoo na may 2 yr associate nursing course pero kailangan nilang mag extra effort at extra study kasi malaki ang advantage nig BSN specially for career advancement.
    Ateng, bunganga mo lang ang nakikita kong source of infection at hindi ang uniform na inookray mo. Napag aralan mo na ba ang history ng nursing?kilala mo ba si Florence Nightingale? Nakita mo na ba ang mga pictures ng mga nurses simula noon? Ikaw lang ang mahalay ang isip. Kala mo naman di lumalabas ang iba ng suot suot pa rin ang scrubs at sa iyong banda eh ang blouse mo at pants! Kulang lang sa gamit ang Pilipinas pero heto ang masasabi ko sayo, dahil sa magandang education sa pilipinas na gustong ma maintain "sana" (kung di lang magiging purely business) nananatiling highly commendable and well respected ang mga pinoy. Wag kang magsalita kung puro hearsays ang alam mo. Alam ng pinoy ang evidence based practice, kaya sayo na rin ang alcohol mo. mahirap man ang pilipinas pero it doesnt mean hindi yan mageeffort mag keep up sa changing science. Hindi lahat ng nurse, nag nurse dahil sa pera bruha! Ang dami ko pang gustong sabihin sayo pero sige lang good luck sayonapaka angas mo eh dika pa nurse...

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  34. For the position that she took in the past should have allowed her to be forward thinker, instead she degraded the quality of education that nurses require in order to remain dignified and be respected all over the world. Cynthia Villar is running for a senate, why should the people of the Philippines give someone like her another chance to disgrace the integrity of hard working Filipinos around the world. It should stop now, if she thinks she can just run for this position, just because she thinks she can and she has the capability? Well she's just not the kind that Filipinos need to be one of the leaders and be a prime example to the world. If the president is endorsing her, well it is a mistake. She might just be the biggest liability with this administration.

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  35. eto lang masasabi ni Ponse... Kung nag-iisip na lang si Ms.Cynthia Villar kung paano pagandahin ang working environment and mataasan ang sahod ng mga nurses dito sa Pinas eh madami pa matutuwa... And ang sinasabi niya na clinic or bedroom Nurse eh Nursing pa din ang tawag doon -_- pag nanalo siya dapat niyang ipursige ang pagpapataas ng sahod sa mga Nurses and huwag gawing business ng mga Colleges ang Nursing... Naging masyadong commercial na. I'm Proud sa mga Pinoy Nurses!

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  36. I am not a nurse but I am really disappointed to Mrs. Villar statement... not to mention how she care about the universities who according to her spent a lot of money to procure equipments for Nursing Course, she didn't think that she is running as a public servant whose priority must be the citizen of the phils not the businessmen..... well, I am not surprised she is one of them before she enter to politics... I am not the type who comment in every issue I heard but what she says is so despicable to say... no excuses or alibi will clear her since her statement is crystal clear and the core of her belief... (Sa mga wrong grammar critic diyan pasensya na... di ako tapos at mahina ako sa english, gusto ko lang mag comment re this matter)

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    1. Apology not accepted! Hihi!

      :: Grammar Nazi ni FP

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    2. Sana nagtagalog ka na lang, di naman bawal. Baka mas maayos mo pang nasabi ang nais mong iparating. Next time, tagalog na lang ha? Para hindi sayang ang sense ng words mo.

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    3. @anon831 wala nman masama kung gusto nya mag english, maganda nga yon at mapraktis xa eh. naintindihan ko nman ung cnabi nya, maliwanag nya nman nasabi kahit wrong grammar. bakit di mo naintindihan?

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  37. Mabuhay ang mga Nurses!

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  38. Mrs Villar mag benta nlang kyo ng mga lupa! Your a disgrace to your kababayan! Clueless

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  39. shame on you mrs. villar, alam mo lang kasi magpayaman, pero utak mo hindi mo pinapayaman.. magpa stem cell ka ng utak mo!!

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  40. ung mga nagcocomment na half pinoy-half something d2 halatang d2 lumaki eh. d way sila magsalita halatang palengkerea. ung mga nurses na d2 graduate mas fluent pa magsalita sa wikang ingles kesa sa mga half-half na yan. kaya lang nagpapetisyon cguro sa kung sinumang kamaganak jan sa abrod kasi di makapasa pasa sa mga nursing skul d2. kickout sila malamang.

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  41. sa bahay namin, BAWAL mag nursing mga anak namin, any course except nursing. we work hard for our kids and we do not expect them to return the favor by supporting us working as nurses abroad.

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    1. haha kayo pa ang mapili kung anu ang kurso kunin nila

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    2. eh di huwag! hindi naman obligasyon ng mga anak nyo ang supportahan kayo! obligasyon nyong paaralin at palakihin sila. nasa kanila na kung gusto nilang tumanaw ng utang na loob at supportahan kayo!

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    3. So pwede sila mag-caregiver training, cosmetology, baking, or landscape architecture? Courses din yun. :)

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  42. miss half/half apply ng room nurse don ka bagay..

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  43. totoo naman kse na room nurse lang kse nga ang ginagawa lang nman nila mag inject sa pasyente at mag bigay ng gamot..maliban dun, naka istambay lang mga nurses sa nurses station..kailangan pang tawagin para pumunta at check-up yung patients... ilang araw din naospital ang anak ko ,halos 15 days, ang tanging gnawa lang ng mga nurse sa room ay tingnan ang temperature nya..ako pa mismo nag take note, ako pa ang nag che-check if may fever ba sya o wala, ako pa ang nag pa urine test sa kanya,walang silbi nga naman mga nurses dito sa pinas..parang doktor din kung umasta,mayayabang!!!!

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    1. pakawala to ni villar. educate yourself please. ang nurses handles 20 patients minimum - 50 patients (public) on a daily basis so you can;t expect na 24/7 nasa kwarto ng anak mo. hire a private nurse para matutukan yung anak mo next time. kaloka ka! akala mo kung magbayad ka sa nurse e wagas para sa reklamo mong ganyan.

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    2. Wow nakakahiya naman sau! Sana kumuha k ng PRivate nurse ng pati pag hinga ng anak mu nabantyan! Kung ikaw kaya mag alaga ng 20 patients dn mag chart pa para di mgulhn ung mga doctors nd nurses kung anu pang gamot isasaksak s anak mu! Tingnan ntn kung kya mu! Mkapag salita ka tsuserang froglet! Di mu alm kung anu2 gngwa namin so wag ka mag magaling!

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    3. I'm a registered nurse, and in behalf of the thousands of nurses in the Philippines and all over the world humihingi ako ng pasensiya kung sa palagay mo'y hindi natutukan ang anak mong may sakit. Saang ospital at ano bang naging sakit ng anak mo? FYI, in most hospitals here in the Philippines the nurse-patient ratio in a ward is 1 nurse to 10-60 patients, in private rooms 1 nurse to at least 3 patients depende pa rin sa ospital at sa number of patients admitted. Hindi lang pagra rounds at bedside ang trabaho ng ward nurses. We admit patients, carry out doctors' orders, prepare and give medications, prepare patients for their procedures (i.e. surgery, radiology/lab work-ups), actually do procedures (think catheters, enemas, blood extraction and transfusion to name a few), take vital signs, and communicate with other healthcare department regarding the patient's needs (scheduling/reserving the OR and labs, order and pick-up meds at the pharmacy, etc). Some patients actually need more monitoring than others, depending on the patient's diagnosis and the doctor's order. All those and more in a 8-hr shift when we can't even indulge our lunch and more often miss or shorten our lunch break just so we can do and finish all tasks at hand. So you don't appreciate or like nurses and doctors (mayayabang ba kamo?), then don't be a hypocrite and go to a hospital when you or anyone in your family is sick. Kung sa tingin mong mas magaling ka pa samin, sa bahay na lang kayo hindi yung hihingi ka pa ng tulong ng mga doctor at nurses sa ospital!

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    4. ate na na ospital ang anak at nag rerebolusyon dahil hindi natutukan ang anak, wala po kaming silbi? naku ate, isa ka pa. try niyo po mag chart ng sandamakmak, kumuha ng vital signs, mamigay ng gamot, mag follow up ng IV, makinig sa reklamo ng pasyente at ng mga watcher na tulad mo, mag carry out ng doctor's order,mag turn to side q 2hrs, mag check ng BP na q 15 mins until stable yan po kami ka WALANG SILBI. AS IN PO, NAKAKAHIYA NAMAN SAYO NO? Di sana po nag tayo kayo ng sarili niyong hospital at kumuha kayo ng ROOM NURSE niyo para 1:1 ang ratio niyo. ika nga 1 ROOM Nurse is to 1 patient. Kayo rin po nag pa urine test? Ok kayo na po doctor. kayo na rin bo medtech. kaloka ka.

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  44. sabi nga e kung ano man daw unang pumasok sa isip mo na sagot yun daw talaga yung sagot mo truly,madly, deeply. Walang follow up eklabo0s. :D

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  45. actually ok na yung unang part na sagot nya e. true naman na yung CHED and nag bibigay ng permit to operate a school. syempre nga naman people have invested their money and all. i got it. pero syempre along the process you just dont put up a school but make sure the quality of the eductaion is highly considered. ilang beses na ba natin sinasabi na education is very important. yung 2nd part ng sagot nya semplang ng major major. for someone who is in a public office and running for a higher post, such comment is unacceptable. i am sure she has done wonderful things in her life helping other people. but her ignorance questions her character. i have no idea kung na tensed lang sya or what. it only shows she cant cope under pressure...kaya kung ano ano na lang nasasabi nya. di naman pabilisan ng sagot ang labanan, yung when you speak from your heart and what you know well. sa UK nga ang mga pinoy have even higher education from most of them. kase degree holder and pinoy, sila e diploma lang. recently lang sila nag kakaroon ng degree. yung iba nga working na they are still studying to complete their degree. there is no such thing as room nurse alam nating mga nurses yan. but the one that really gets me is when she said "sa america and other countries e ano lang sila, yung parang nag aalaga (clearly she doesnt know what she was saying) Hindi naman sila kailangan ganun kagaling (kahit vocational course nga you are expected to excell and be your best...maging nurse pa kaya). Cynthia Villar you are a complete moron and an ignorant sod!!!!
    if you however are referring for a caregiver...di pa rin pasado sagot mo....like you as a plotician, everything you should do should not only be good but great...kaya naman pala may mga bulok na politician kase yan ang tingin nila...di ka naman dapat ganun kagaling...just like you Cynthia Villar...mayaman ka nga at matulungin pero di ka naman ganun kagaling!!!...what can you offer on the senate? surely a mediocre job like how you perceieved us NURSES...but we are not mediocre...we are great people who not only value life but saves life...and to become one...YOU NEED TO BE F&*^% AMAZING!!!!!!!!!

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    1. best comment so far...Ikaw na..... sana lang mabasa ni Mrs. Villar ng medyo makapag-isip-isip...

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    2. malaman tong comment na to! #FTW at may sense.

      I was admitted in one of the private hospitals sa ortigas area, i have to say na private ung room ko, but the way the nurses did their job, commendable talaga. they know what they're doing.

      Most of my aunts are nurses. So i know how tough it is just to make it through the third year (ung may capping ceremony ba yun, tama?). kung hindi ka pa makapasa, wala ng chance magproceed (yun ang progression sa school na yun, which maybe different from other schools). unless transfer ka ng school. at yung mga books, karamihan published sa US. Filipinos are known to be professionally competitive. kaya kailangan natin ng strict compliance sa standards na required ng bawat kurso. kasi pag nagkamali ang isa, nadadamay ang iba. kailangan calibrated yan, kahit saan school ka nag-graduate.

      napanood ko un video. it looked like CV doesn't have any idea kung anong klaseng sacrifices ginagawa ng mga nurses para lang magawa nila ang kanilang trabaho.

      it's just that, yung ibang institutions kasi, pera lang ang inisip. we have to admit na may ganung scenario sa bansa natin. at nagiging talamak pa dahil sa ibang politicians na corrupt.

      bottomline, kahit anong kurso yan, kailangan natin ng mataas na standards para maiangat natin ang mga buhay natin. kung mapansin niyo nga, kahit yung mga utility workers, hinahapan pa din ng quality na trabaho. paano pa kaya kung buhay ang nakasalalay sa yo?

      on a personal note, pumili tayo ng mga public officials na kapakanan ng mga nakararami ang priority. I-BOYCOTT si cynthia villar.

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  46. I saw the interview and clearly she doesn't know what she's talking about. Wala siyang alam sa profession ng Nursing. Baka ang pagkakaintindi niya eh pare-pareho lang ang ginagawa ng ER Nurse, OR nurse, Ward nurse, Psyche Nurse, Community Nurse sa nagtatrabaho sa Nursing homes.

    With all due respect Ma'am, if you dont know nothing about the profession better shut up na lang. Kung ganyang klase ng tao ang gagawa ng mga batas natin....... Ewan ko na lang.

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  47. Ang ibig nyang sabihin eh bakit pinapahirap pa ang proseso ng pagiging isang nurse kung pwede namang maging madali para sa isang nag-aambisyon nito. Sa india nga at sa ibang bansa eh 2 years lang ang nursing course. Marami kasing mga nurses na masyadong mataas ang tingin nila sa mga sarili nila. Merong ubod ng sungit at akala mo eh sya ang doktor at gumagamot sa pasyente. Aminin man o hindi ng mga nurses eh may mga kasamahan silang dinadala sa ospital ang mga personal na problema. A nurse is a nurse and a doctor is a doctor. Feeling kasi nung ibang mga nurses eh nasa kamay nila ang buhay ng pasyente nila.

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    1. "Feeling kasi nung ibang mga nurses eh nasa kamay nila ang buhay ng pasyente nila"
      Maling-mali! Una sa lahat, feeling at alam ng LAHAT ng mga nurses na nasa kamay namin ang buhay ng mga pasyente namin. Hindi sa lahat ng pagkakataon nasa ward ang mga attending physician, samantalang 24/7 may nurses na nakaantabay sa mga pasyente. Pag nag Code Blue (for a lay man like you, yun ang code pag may pasyenteng nag cardiac arrest), ang unang tumatakbo at nagrerevive ay nurses habang hinihintay ang primary physician o resident physician na malamang ay nagra-rounds sa ibang pasyente. Nurses ang kumukuha ng vital signs at nagmo-monitor sa pasyente na kailangan para malaman ng doktor kung bumubuti o hindi ang kalagayan ng mga pasyente. Nurses spend more time and know more about our patients than doctors do, doctors merely know the patient's illness, diagnosis and meds to give the patients which are often based on the diagnostic tests done and the nurses' observations. 8 semesters and 2 summer intensification rounds are not enough to be a competent nurse. Registered nurses need high-quality education and training. If you are confident that a nurse who graduated with a 2-yr nursing course can be just as qualified as a nurse with a 4 year Bachelor's Degree, then it's your call. Our competence and proper training make us confident with high regards to our profession, which we deserve. Oo, aaminin kong may pagkakataon na nadadala ang personal na problema sa ospital pareho lang nang nadadala namin sa bahay ang mga himutok namin sa mga pasyente o kamag-anak ng pasyente na masusungit at akala mo'y mas magaling pa sa mga doktor at nars. Respect begets respect!

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  48. si winnie m. na lang iboboto ko!

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  49. I highly appreciate what our nurses do to serve their fellowmen, I can attest to that, for they have been nice and very much attentive to my needs when I was hospitalized. I admit some might be a bit nice but just like you, they're also people so you also need to understand them. Just like doctors, police or engineers they have a big role in the society and because of that I salute them for their sincerity in fulfilling their duties as a very competitive and heartful nurse.

    - Eunixxx

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  50. si Camile papuntang London, kung sakalig ma-confine sya sa hospital doon, will she request for a Filipino nurse?

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  51. Bakit nyo sasabihing nasa kamay ninyo ang buhay ng pasyente nyo eh karamihan nga sa inyo kapag nagkakaroon ng aberya eh tumatakbo palabas ng kuwarto at sumisigaw at tinatawag ang doktor. At ang iba sa inyo ay mababa ang tingin sa mga kamag-anak ng mga pasyenteng nasa mga mumurahing ospital. Sa dami ba ng bilang nyo ngayon (at Pilipinas yata ang may pinakamaraming nursing graduate at yung iba eh wala pang trabaho)eh lahat ba kayo pwedeng maging supervisor. Natural yung iba sa inyo ay mananatiling room nurse lang. Kinuha kuha nyo ang kursong yan pero ayaw nyong matawag na room nurse. Kung mababasa ang mga comment ng ibang mga nurse sa ibang site eh feeling nila sila na ang pinakamagaling na nilalalang sa mundo lalo at kapag nakabasa sila ng komentong salungat sa opinyon nila.

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    1. Hindi po karamihan ng mga nars ang sumisigaw at tinatawag ang doktor, walang nars ang sisigaw upang tawagin ang doktor. Maaaring tatakbo upang tawagin ang doktor pero hindi sisigaw. At saklaw po ng trabaho ng nars ang itawag o ipaalam sa dokto agad-agad ang anumang aberya o hindi magandang kondisyon ng pasyente. Sa anumang aberya, ang nars ang magbibigay ng paunang-lunas habang hinihintay ang utos o nais ipagawa ng pangunahing doktor ng pasyente. Lahat ng supervisors at area specialist nurses ay dumaan sa pagiging ward nurse na maituturing na isang mahirap na area dahil sa dami ng pasyente at gawain. At may iba't ibang wards po para sa iyong kaalaman, pediatric, geriatric, medical, surgical, OB. Hindi po basta-basta ang trabaho dito. Kung mamaliitin lamang ang mahigit 4 na taong degree sa Nursing at makukuntento na lamang sa 2-year course na maihahalintulad sa caregiving, ay isang malaking insulto sa mga nars. Sa kahit anong propesyon at kahit sinong tao ay nakakaranas ng mababang pagtingin at diskriminasyon, ngunit ang manggaling sa bibig mismo ng isang prominenteng tao na nais manilbihan sa mga taong bayan ay hindi po katanggap-tanggap ang kanyang mga binitiwang salita. Hindi ito ang unang beses na nakatanggap ng di magagandang salita ang mga nars, madalas itong marinig mula sa mga pasyente at kamag-anak ng mga pasyente, na maiintindihan naman dahil sa sakit na pinagdaraanan nila. Ngunit para sa isang tumatakbong senador, na buong propesyon ang minaliit ang ikinasama ng loob ng mga nars.

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  52. She disgusts me. First of all, our nurses bust their asses off for a measly salary. Sobrang nakaka-degrade na nga yung sahod nila dito kapalit ng serbisyo nila tapos magsasalita sya ng ganyan! My brother is a nurse. Yung ginastos ng magulang namin pang-paaral sa kanya cost a lot para lang maging nurse. They don't mind it kasi they know that once my brother graduates and becomes a nurse (which he is now), he will be able to help people, and probably even save some lives. For Villar to say such insensitive and incredibly stupid statement as that, hindi na ko magtataka if one day she gets sick tapos pabayaan sya ng room nurse nya. I sure hope she doesn't win. Her losing is a huge favor to the nation.

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  53. Oh mga lola, nag apologize na si Mahal este madam Cynthia Villar. Wag daw maging balat sibuyas eh sa totoo naman daw mga Room Nurse lang kayo.hahahaha. Kailangan daw nya boto nyo.

    "tindera ng kape sa Seattle"

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  54. o baka mamaya magdonate lang yan sa PNA magkalimutan na....hahhahahaha

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