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How to Start a Healthy Eating and Exercise Plan in Addiction Recovery

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 12 July 2018

By Guest Blogger - Kim Thomas Recovery isn’t just about stopping the substances that have been controlling your life; it’s also about rebuilding a healthy system. Maintaining a steady recovery from an alcohol or drug addiction means you must pay attention to your emotional, mental, and physical h...


Pathways to Meet NMBI English Language Requirements for Registration

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 08 July 2018

From 2 April 2018, applicants for registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland who have qualifications from outside of Ireland must now satisfy the Board that they have the necessary knowledge of English to communicate effectively in their practice. Communication is defined as spe...


Healthy Ways Nurses Can Relax

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 18 June 2018

We all know that nurses have a highly stressful job. Being a nurse is comes with great responsibility. But, just like anyone else – even nurses have to take care of themselves. It is the rational thing to do – in the end, they take care of people every day – so they should consider taking care of...


International Nurses week Theme - Health is a Fundamental Human Right

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 10 May 2018

“The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition”. Almost 70 years after these words were adopted in the Constitution of the World Health Organiza...


Nurses, I salute you and me too!!

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 04 May 2018

As I age gracefully and embrace my older self I realise that my career as a nurse has given me so much to be thankful for. I trained in Waterford Regional Hospital [Ardkeen as it was known then1977-1980] and I have a few very good friends from those years. We don’t see each other too often, but n...


Dear Rotunda Baby!

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 27 April 2018

You won’t remember me but back in 1981 I helped bring you into the world. You see, I was a student midwife learning how to deliver babies and you were my very first. I’ve never forgotten witnessing your first breath. Seeing you come into the world was the most magical experience I’d ever had. I t...


Jack and Jill Incognito Charity Event

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 22 March 2018

The public art initiative for the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation – is back. The charity is delighted that William Fry has come on board to support the largest group-show exhibition in a single gallery in state history, as part of the Firm’s three-year commitment to the Jack and Jill Foundati...


Are you interested in Orthopaedic Nursing?

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 15 March 2018

Are you interested in Orthopaedic Nursing? What is Orthopaedic Nursing? Orthopaedic Nursing is a speciality of nursing that focuses on the treatment as well as the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders. Orthopaedic issues can range from acute problems such as fractures to chronic disorders such...


Patient Safety Awareness Week (March 11-17)

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 11 March 2018

Promoting a culture of safety has become one of the pillars of the patient safety movement. In recent years there has been increasing understanding within the healthcare industry that various factors—such as the emphasis on production, efficiency and cost controls. Increasingly, healthcare organi...


Why Nurse Practitioners are So High in Demand?

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 02 March 2018

In a hospital setting, Nurse Practitioners can alleviate the need for doctors to spend long periods of time making rounds and checking on patients during recovery. They work very closely with attending physicians in a hospital to understand what course of treatment the doctor prefers, and can eva...

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