My friend Lorena recently passed the nursing board exam. She is a certified nurse now. Unfortunately, she may not be able to look for a nursing or medical job anytime she wants after she met an accident last August. She was on her way to drop off her son to school when she slipped and fell on the pavement. The accident caused a broken bone in her right foot. She was immediately operated on to repair the bone fracture. She was dependent on crutches for a while and lately she uses a cane to walk gradually.
It will take time before she can be her old self again. And applying for work will also take a back seat for now. She intends to serve at a local hospital and then apply for a job abroad. She wishes to reunite with her siblings in the US in the next couple of years.
There has been a growing demand for medical related profession overseas. Two of my former officemates, in fact, have joined the bandwagon of second coursers in nursing. They will undergo training for a couple of years before they finally leave to work abroad. Iâ€™m interested to study MRI technology and I saw this site for medical school where they offer MRI technology, vocational nursing, psychiatric technician, ultrasound technology and radiologic technology. The advantage of this school is that the number of enrolees is limited per each classroom allowing an in-depth and individualized instruction. They have four campuses and students can choose the location that is close to their homes. Instructors are composed of active medical professionals from Europe, Asia, North America and South America.