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Sunday, March 3, 2013

Poll: What Can You Say About Mrs.Cynthia Villar's Perception of our Local Nurses?

119 comments:

  1. haha. kapag naospital si madam, kumuha siya ng nurse na di masyadong magaling.

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    1. 'yung tipong "room nurse" lang din?

      Mayaman naman sya. Kaya niyang magbayad para mas higit pa sa isang room nurse ang umasikaso sa kanya.

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  2. She's totally clueless on what a Nurse compare a caregiver!
    Buti nalang wala sya sa listahan ng iboboto ko!

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  3. Mas mahaba pa yung tanong ni winnie sa sagot ni mrs villar

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    1. walang time constraint ang pagtatanong, meron ang pagsagot.

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    2. I believe there's a 1-minute limit to answer. That's too short!

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    3. Kahit 1-min lng yun hnd nya dpat sinagot yun. Time pressured mga tanong that means tntest ang bawat kandidato kung gano cla kabilis mag isip dahil mai aapply din nla yan pag naging public servant na sila regarding decision making. So tntgnan lng nla winnie kung smart ba ang isang kandidato or hnd unfortunately mrs.villar failed

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  4. Anong problema nyo? E katulong lang naman talaga mga nurses!!

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    1. Baka ikaw ang katulong! At yung sinsabi mong katulong hindi ganyan ang turing sa mga nurses sa ibang bansa. Mas malaki pa nga sweldo ng nurses sa u.s kesa sa mga doctor. Kaya nga ung ibang mga doctor nag nu nursing na din. Isip isip din minsan, baka bitter ka lng sa nursing ikaw siguro ung d nakapasa sa battery exam or sa board exam. Pathetic.

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    2. Iba ang nurse sa caregiver, bokalogs!

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    3. Isa ka pang walang alam! Kawawa ka naman!

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    4. Mrs. Villar isdatchu???

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    5. Oh yea? Well I hope your yaya can help you when you're in critical condition.

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    6. Shut up hampaslupang alagad ni Fiona. Baka Ikaw ang kayaking!

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    7. Bitter siguro nakailang take na ikaw at di makapasa pasa kaya ngkatulong nalang.

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    8. hindi mo lang alam kung ganu kahirap at ka risky ang trabaho ng isang nurse!

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    9. come here at lalagyan kita ng KCL direct iv

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  5. Ma-ospital kaya sya sa isyu na to? Good luck. Chot.

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  6. She's totally clueless. What a shame.tsk tsk

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  7. Sana nandoon ako,, sure nabato ko sya ng kung anong hawak ko.

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  8. Fyi, good thing we have a BSN program here in phils. Sa states for example LNP (Licensed nurse practitioner) 2 yrs if studying ang karamihan sa kanila which means mas mataas ang RN kasi 4 yr course yun so mas extensive ang pagaaral. Pag naospital sya magdala sya ng sarili nyang calculator at icompute yung patak ng swero, dose ng gamot at vital signs nya. Sya na din magturok sa sarili nya. Kabuset pakabobsss ng answer ni atey.

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    1. iba ang lnp kesa sa lpn. ang LNP (nurse practitioner) ay mas mataas sa registered nurse. pwede sila magreseta ng mga gamot.. while ang LPN (practical nurse) ay mas mababa sa registered nurse..

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  9. She's totally clueless on what a Nurse is compare to a Caregiver!
    (I've corrected myself bago pa may mag-react! :P)

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    1. I agree!

      Makes me think who'll be taking care of her the next time she needs help from nurses.

      Good luck Mrs. Cynthia Villar!

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    2. I'm thinking caregiver position is what she had in mind. Pinanood kasi niya yung movie ni Shawie.

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  10. Madam please visit hospitals abroad, specifically middle east countries,invaded po ng mga Filipino nurse ang mga hospitals dito, di cla nag ro room nurse, and what is room nurse anyway? Nurse can be a life saver too, they shud be perfect in their field.

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    1. She's thinking of caregivers obviously.

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    2. Number of nurses being hired in the US significantly went down because of poor performance at the NCLEX these past years due to poor quality of education in the Philippines. Ms Villar is helping further downgrade the Nursing Education system.

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    3. visit hospitals, nursing homes and home health agencies sa america, lalo na sa chicago... most of the charge nurses, supervisors, managers and even director of nursing ay mga pilipino... kung sinuman ang campaign manager ni mahal.. este, cynthia villar, malamang, di nya na brief ang candidate nya sa mga ganitong issues.. ano lang bang issue ang kayang sagutin nyan? di yan mananalo sa election... kung ang nagtanong ay si WINnie monsod... ang sumagot ay si LUZthia villar...

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  11. Winnie Monsod's facial expression was priceless lol :))))

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    1. And why did Madam Villar address Ms Monsod as 'mare'? Ang Pinoy nga naman, ang hilig ipakita ang connection nila.

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    2. Actually, "Mare" is the monicker of Winnie Monsod. In much the same way as "Kabayan" for Noli de Castro and "Companero" for Renato Cayetano. :)

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    3. Hahahahaha wala ka alam 7:40 FYI hindi sila close. Connections ka dyan lol

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    4. i knowww un din bumuo ng araw ko. sabi ng facial expression ni mareng winnie: "Que Horror!! Boplaks pala to!" :)))

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  12. Booo. A businesswoman first and foremost.

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  13. Maybe she was referring to the Patient Care Techs who wash patients, change bed linens, put patients to commode and clean their behind to the BSNs who administer drugs, insert IVs, read EKGs etc. Such an ignoramus running for what post in the government again?

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    1. Room senator

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    2. I agree with you anon 4:23 am. I think she confused nurses with PCTs or CNAs. It's so sad though that sinabi nya na di naman kelangan ganu'n kagaling ang mga nurses para mag-alaga ng pasyente. She does not know what she's talking about.

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    3. Room senator it is. LoLz

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    4. nawindang ako sa room senator..pero infairness kay madam villar, mukha syang room attendant.lols

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  14. well. maybe she thought that most RN in the Phils go to the US as nursing aides?

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  15. Maybe hindi lang naexplain clearly ni madam yung point nya, kulang kasi sa oras masyado. Pero hindi naman nya siguro dinedegrade ang mga nurse natin. maybe namis interpret lang sya ng husto dahil kulang sa time talaga.

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    1. excuse me lang po 4:50, before sila isinalang dun e well informed na sila na merong time limit ang bawat expalantion nila noh! every campaign period merong ganyang program sa gma at abs, nothing new! hindi nya lang talga alma ang sinasabi nya!

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  16. What the heck is a room nurse Mrs. Villar? Ito ba ang klase ng mga leader ang gusto nyo mamuno sa Pilipinas? Sariling kapwa ay dinidi-grade? By far, mas professional pa ang mga Filipino RNs compared sayo! May pera ka lang.

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  17. Hey madam,, You will only realize the importance of COMPETENT NURSES ONCE YOU BECOME A PATIENT....

    Larribel, RN

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  18. This person, who doesn't even know what RN stands for, actually has the gall to run for public office???

    Room nurse talaga no? Hahahahaah, so clueless, wish she'd acquire some brains first before having the audacity to campaign for herself.

    YUCK. This is typical TRAPO Pinoy trash. I hope our kababayans don't vote for her.

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  19. Sana lang isang araw, ma-ospital sya at mapunta sya sa tatanga-tangang nurse. Yun bibigyan sya ng maling gamot o kaya naman aksidente syang mapatay dahil may hangin yun IV nya. O kaya yung nurse na hindi alam paano ikabit ng mabuti yun catheter nya.
    Tignan ko lang kung pagkatapos nun eh masabi nya pang hindi masyadong importante ang pagiging magaling ng isang nurse.

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  20. For sure sasabihin niya sa interview na misquoted lang ang sinabi niya.. Wag ka nalang magpalusot madam.. Klarong-klaro ang mga sinabi mo. Di kami mga bobo..

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  21. Which elementary school did this woman graduate from? She can not differentiate between a caregiver and a nurse? FACT: In some hospitals in the United States nowadays, your application is not even considered if you do not have a bachelors degree in nursing. Fact: In a recent hiring for a registered nurse in one of the biggest and famous hospitals in the US, there were 1000 applicants for the 10 positions being posted. The number of applicants scheduled for the panel interview was reduced to 13. The candidates that were selected had Ph.D's , MBA's and had a bachelors degree in economics, finance and so forth aside from their bachelor's degree in nursing. Fact: A nurse needs critical thinking skills. So for Mrs. Villar and her family I would suggest that if they are admitted to the ER or ICU or hospital please make sure to request for a caregiver not an RN. Do not worry as she will give you your bedpan, diaper and urinal at the same time troubleshoot your ventilator alarms, titrate the multiple inotrope drips to sustain your life and suction your secretions with a yankeur in your ET tube as she is fully equipped with guerilla knowledge and quack doctor skills that you implied. Make sure as well, that you have a ticket to ride or a fast track stairway to heaven, because once your condition deteriorates , I do hope the caregiver knows how to dial 911 in any unit you are admitted in and initiate the ACLS protocol.

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    1. Very well said

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    2. News flash: Mrs. Villar na-ospital. Dinugo ang utak dahil sayo 5:56. Kaso di pa nagagamot kasi busy pa din sa paghahanap ng room nurse. Ending: Bumalik sa kinder.

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  22. She is very ignorant. She is confusing a caregiver with a nurse. A BSN graduate who didn't pass the board can only be a caregiver and can't practice as a nurse.

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  23. jusko po! gud lak na lang!! parang Miss U ang dating ah!

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  24. Dont vote her at all! She wont do any good in the senate !

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  25. Wag na wag kang magpapa ospital sa hospital na pinagtatrabahuhan ko, pag nawalan ka ng malay, after 5 minutes pa ko tatawag ng code blue! promise!

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  26. Listening to what Mrs Villar has said is a complete waste of my time. It is really obvious that she is totally oblivious of what nurses do in the real world. This is such an appalling concept about what nurse does and totally unprecedented comment coming from a politician like her. She is a complete disgrace to the Philippines and to the entire nursing community. Shame on you Cynthia Villar! I couldn't believe your ignorance is so irritating!

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  27. She dosen't know what's she talking about... Anyway, I will not vote for her.

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  28. 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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  29. my goodness! excuse me Madam Cynthia! hanep sa pagka-bobs! magbilang ka na lang ng pera n'yo, 'wag ka na mag-ambisyon para sa senado. utang na loob!!!

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  30. Mrs. Villar FYI nurses here in Toronto are; Best Practice Champions, Clinical Teachers, Members of the Board of Colleges of Nurses of Ontario, Researchers, Advance Nurse Practitioners, & the front line Nurses who provide bedside care in ICU, Emergency, Acute Care etc.
    FYI Mrs. Villar "BEDSIDE NURSE" like myself means Nurses who provide close contact care to patients needs such as; medication administration, wound care, Vital Signs, IV, blood transfusion, etc... etc... & while providing care we are constantly assessing the patient in order for us to CREATE a careplan, goals & interventions. We collaborate with other Medical Practitioners to make sure our goals in providing patient care are met. Filipino nurses where I work @ Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto are respected by the other Allied Healthcare Professionals such as MD's, PT's, OT's, SLP's, APN's.

    It is very sad indeed to know that a politician like yourself Mrs. Villar does not know or even realize that our young people who wanted to go to nursing school needed an education obtained in universities & not just a fly by night school mentioned by Winnie.
    Do you know Mrs. Villar that Filipino nurses from my time are competitive in any place they are working now because of good education/training they received?

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  31. wish ko lang mag-bigay ng statement ang Philippine Nurses Association tungkol dito. ipag tanggol ninyo naman ang inyong propesyon!

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  32. Only shows how dumb she is!

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  33. what she's talking about is CAREGIVER not NURSE!

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  34. Baka indi nakainom ng medicine ang lola nyo before an interview kaya kung ano ano na lang pinagsasabi.

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  35. Kaya isip2 sa darating na eleksyon ha. Hay. You can actually see how some of these people think, and it makes you wanna cry. :P

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  36. WTF! Ang kapal ng mukha ng babaeng ito, ang baba ng tingin sa mga pinoy nurses naturingang pinoy din sya, kung wala syang alam sa propesyon na tinutukoy nya hindi na dapat nagsasalita. Turukan na ng K** yan!!

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  37. Wow.. Mukang alam na alam ni mrs villar ang linyang ito.. Wag iboto ang un**s na to.. Wag din bigyan ng nurse pag naospital sya.. Kaumay!

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  38. RN = Room Nurse. Iyan ata alam niya meaning noon. T**ta!

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  39. Pati utak na botox na.

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  40. so st*p*d of her to comment like that even if she was under pressure. ganito ba ang gusto nyong iupo sa pwesto?

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  41. It is obvious that she is absolutely oblivious of what nurses do in the real world, on how nurses work to save lives of people and races, age groups, and gender.. She is a d*sg**ce to the Philippines and to the entire nursing community. It is such an appalling experience to think about, that nobody looks after the nurses, when all their lives were spent looking after other peoples welfare and health. S**me on you Mrs Cynthia Villar! I just hope you realised that when you were little you have been looked after by a nurse at some point in your childhood, and I am pretty sure that they have the expertise they need to take care of you to become what you are now... Think before you open your mouth, just a piece of advice.

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  42. mahiya ka nman ky ms. menchu sanchez. basahin mo tong link nato para malaman mo kabayanihan ng mga filipino nurses abroad. para malaman mong ndi biro ang ginagawa nila.


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

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  43. We, RN-BSN's in the US still find ourselves cleaning butts, changing linens, assisting patients from bed to the commode, feeding patients, etc.- most people say that these aren't a part of our sworn practice, Mrs. Villar on the other hand, failed to look at Registered Nurses beyond these tasks. This incident left everyone aghast of her ignorance. I've known her for being well educated that is why i searched for this video to hear it for myself.
    I do not find it degrading to do the above mentioned tasks, I love my vocation as an RN and part of my fulfillment is taking that extra step to go over and beyond what is expected of me. I became an RN before all these hype about salaries, which by the way, is worth every cent! Let me make it clear though that I also do not see any problem if people chose to become nurses because of money- for as long as they do their jobs with their head, hands & heart.
    Again, we do more than inserting IVs, administering medications, delegating and supervising - not because we do not have choices, in fact, we do because nursing is multifaceted (Researchers, Informatics, Analysts, Anesthetists, Specialists, Developers and the list goes on...) don't get stuck with wrong notions, never underestimate nor overestimate anything or anyone, specially if you are running for office.

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  44. parallelism:
    cynthia villar is to team pnoy senatorial race
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    janina san miguel is to bb. pilipinas pageant

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    1. Apir tayo dyan. "I don't feel any pressure right now." :))

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  45. last dialogue "ang mga nurse di naman kailangang ganung kagaling"... Naospital na ba yan? When my mom was confined sa St. Lukes, yung intern nurse ang naginsert ng needle sa kanya para sa IV, nabugbog na ang kamay ni mudra kaya in the end, yung doctor na rin gumawa. Villar is correct in saying na naga-assist lang mga nurses sa doctors pero very significant pa rin ang role nila as nurses at kailangan MAGALING sila. Quality education ang kelangan hindi quantity ng schools or students.

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    1. True. Ako din pag kinukuhaan ng blood, nagpapasa ang buong braso ko. Kala ko ganun ln talaga un. Un pala palpak ln mostly ang mga nurse na kumukuha ng dugo ko. Tas nun last month sa clinica manila may magaling na nurse na gumawa. So good luck na ln sya pag naospital sya, sana un mga di ganon 'kagaling' maassign sa kanya.

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    2. anon 11:51 medtech ang kumukuha ng blood teh, hindi nurse.

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    3. Nurses can also extract blood if they underwent training. We do it here where i am working. We send blood to the hospital lab for analysis.

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    4. Anon 10:12 nurses extract bloods too NOT just medtech!!! Nurses a d phlebotomists can take bloods FYI!

      -RN ( REGISTERED NURSE NOT A ROOM NURSE)

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    5. Anon 10:12 nurses extract bloods too NOT just medtech!!! Nurses a d phlebotomists can take bloods FYI!

      -RN ( REGISTERED NURSE NOT A ROOM NURSE)

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  46. ndi kelangan tapusin ung BSN?? kung yung nakatapos ng BSN, pati ung ibang RN nahihirapan maghanap ng work abroad. what more ung ndi tapos? edi mas lalo sila mamaliitin sa ibang bansa. education and knowledge ang panlaban ng iba para marecognize sila abroad. kahit pa ndi i-honor ang philippine diploma nila. madaming pinoy nurses ang nakakagain ng respeto ng ibang lahi pag naipakita nila ang galing sa medical field.

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  47. So st**id!!wala ka nang aasahang boto mula sa aming mga nurses!!!

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  48. Even US President Obama praised a Filipina nurse during his State of the Union address for her heroic act of saving 20 newborn babies during the Hurricane Sandy that hit New York. Apparently, that Filipina nurse finished her BSN degree at Makati Medical Center School of Nursing before migrating to the US.

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  49. Baka akala niya ang ibig sabihin ng RN ay Room Nurse. Hahaha

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    1. That may be true. Low level IQ ang peg.

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  50. Shame!!! Iniisip kc nya ung kikitain nya sa mga school hndi ung mga magulang na ngpapakahirap mkapag paaral lng ng anak!!

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  51. Mrs. Villar, are you on drugs? LOL!

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  52. best way patayo ka ng mga rent to own nlng kesa kung anung anik2 na yan

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  53. Mrs. Cynthia Villar doesn't even know the difference between a syllabus and a curriculum. How could she mediate between CHED and those business-minded nursing schools if she doesn't even know the basics?

    We nurses studied for 4 years to earn a bachelor's degree, studied for several months to review and earn our license, countless trainings to elevate our skills and expertise, then this "Kokey" creature would bash our profession? Tsk!

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  54. Aw, Mrs. Villar, everyone deserves quality education.. To make learning suffer just so your investments can't go to trash is not a good thing to do. Business woman ka nga. A business woman who doesn't really care about anyone else. Basta. Kumita ka lang ng pera, wa na pake sa iba. Tsk. And you're running for senate?... Imagine what you can do if ever manalo ka. It's scary. You will never ever have my vote. Maligo ka na lang din sa dagat na basura....

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  55. Thank you for this ma’am. I just hope you can actually hear yourself while saying this. You don’t know what it takes to be a nurse LANG. I think you just affirmed the thought that nurses choose to work outside the Philippines not just because of better compensation but because more often than that Filipino nurses are highly respected, valued and appreciated in foreign lands than in our own country.
    I hope you could come with us in an 8 hour shift, just sit in the corner and watch us as we do our job and ponder on what a nurse LANG can actually do. And by the way ma’am, right at this moment watching your political ad makes my stomach churn. Why? Because what you are saying are purely icing to the cake.
    Just a friendly reminder ma'am, please take good care of your health for as long as you can, because sooner or later a nurse's healing hand maybe holding yours.

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  56. 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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  57. Hindi mo alam kung ano ang hirap na pinag dadaan ng mga student nurse para lang makagraduate at makapasa sa licensure examination.Hindi lang ang mga students kung hindi pati mga MAGULANG nila tapos sasabihin mo kahit hindi makapagtapos ng BSN. So pag NURSING pwede ng hindi yariin ang kurso kasi ROOM NURSE lang naman ang gusto namin. Teka lang sa pagkakaalam ko wala namang ROOM NURSE? EMERGENCY ROOM NURSE, OPERATING ROOM NURSE meron pero bago yata sa pandinig ng mga NURSES yang ROOM NURSE mo. Kaya wag kang magsalita kung wala kang alam. RESEARCH RESEARCH AND REVIEW REVIEW DIN PAG MAY TIME KA. SABAK KA NG SABAK WALA KA NAMANG ALAM.

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  58. I think she mistook nursing for caregiving.

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  59. She dug her own grave! LOL!!!

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  60. nakakaloka si cynthia villar, di ba sya nakapagtapos ng college? ang nurse di daw kelangan magaling? hahaha! ang nurse nga eh dapat magaling to the point na parang doktor na. dahil mas madalas ang mga nurse sa room ng isang patient kesa sa doctor noh. sus. di to dapat manalo sa election.

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  61. pasyente ako, and i demand my nurses are smart and knows what they are doing. in fact, i ask them first about the med they are making me take, its name, its purpose. and then ask random nursing care related question, para confident ako na alam ng nurse ko ang ginagawa nila para sa akin.. and then Villar now says, di kelangan magaling?? try nyang magpaospital tapos kumuha ng private 'room nurse', yong sinanabi nya na hindi kelangan BSN. tapos yan ang paturokin ng medications nya. kaloka ka te!

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  62. Natatawa ako sa ad nya sya daw ay SIMPLENG TAO pero halata na nadudulas sya sa pinagsasabi nya kung anung ere nya

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  63. Hello. I have a friend na nag work sa 1 malaking hosp before. And miss senator wanna be eh naghahanap ng private nurse na mag aalaga in laws nya. And binabarat ang mga nurse kasi mag aalaga lang naman daw sila.. Hahaha on

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  64. Mananalo yan sureball na sureball. Iboboto yan ng mga tanga at tamad.

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  65. salamat Mrs. Villar at pinakita mo aa voting public ang totoo mong kulay.

    kung ganyang tanong lang ni winnie monsod nag-buckle sya, what more sa interpellation sa senado.

    tama yan para mapagisip isip ang mga pilipino!!!

    vote wisely!!! di natin kailangan yang mga villar sa senado.

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  66. Saw the vid and I would say that she lacks the expertise on the subject matter. I will not vote for you, that's for sure! So T lang ang peg ni lola:(

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  67. Eeeeep...At paano siya naging congresswoman??? Can't even give a smart answer. Siguro nung narinig ni Mr. Villar ang sagot niya gusto na nitong hilingin kay Lord na kunin na sya.... bwahahahaaaaaa!!!

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  68. I am a nurse working abroad for 11 years now in a nursing home. We extract blood and send it to the hospital for analysis. Multitasking dito. Kailangan din good decision making and leadership. Kailangan alam mo ginagawa mo. Pag mali ang doctors order, you need to correct him/her. Di madali maging leader ng mga puti pero pag nakikita nilang magaling ka, you will earn their respect.

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  69. cynthia villar makes me wanna puke!
    it really shows how stupid she is! i hope she does not end up in a hospital anytime soon..

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  70. Hindi ako sigurado kung tama ang dinig ko sa sagot ni Cynthia. Hindi dahilan na nakapag invest na ng mga gamit ang facility para ipagpatuloy ang operation nito kahit na substandard. Kung hindi pasok sa panuntunan ng ahensya, regardless kung ilang milyon na ang nailabas, hindi dapat nag ooperate.

    Registered Nurse ako sa ibang bansa, mataas ang respeto at pasasalamat ng mga doktor dito sa amin. Dahil sa amin, nababantayan namin ang mga pasyente nila at kami ang nagbibigay minsan ng mga rekomendasyon kung nakakalimot ang mga doktor. Hindi kami Nurse lang. Nurse kami!

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  71. Ano ba ibig niyang sabihin sa room nurse? Please enlighten me. Thanks

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  72. First and foremost, she is a businesswoman, not an educator. I wonder why she is in the committee?

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  73. oh mga ateng wag ng magalit pa, nag apologize na si cynthia v. wag naman daw sanang idamay ang boto nya. bwahahahaha..

    {baklang kolboi sa vancouver}

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  74. Kung si obama nga pinarangalan ang isang pinoy nurse sa newyork. Tsk tsk.. ang baba ng tingin ni Ms. Villar sa pinoy nurses.

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  75. Nag self-destruct si Mrs. Villar. Kaloka.

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  76. she just lost 2 million votes galinmg sa mga RN na bumoboto na. wala na siyang magagawa kahit ang mga kapartido niya. at wala din siyang masisising iba kundi ang sarili niya lang. good luck to her.

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  77. i just realzd andami pla nurses ngbbasa ng FP.. haha.. going back 2d issue, NO ONE HAS D RYT 2 DEGRADE SUMONE... btw, i'm a nurse hir in US, they rilly appreciate pinoy nurses hir MADAM!! .. i'm glad this issue came out & showed us her tru color!!!!

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  78. eh kahit sinong kamote ngayon pwede ng maginf nurse eh. di kagaya nun panahon ni cynthia na matatalino/mayaman lang pwede maging nurse.

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  79. tsk tsk..i hope no naughty nurse play up with her in case she gets admitted in hosp.,cuz if were them,il put lots of senna(laxative) on her meds,together with tramadol!! i bet she'll definitely pooh herself non stop,,with her head spinning out like carzy!!

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