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Moving to Ireland to work as a Nurse

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 23 February 2018

Ireland is in the midst of a nursing shortage, and that means there are plenty of opportunities for International Nurses to find work here in a variety of areas. As an internationally trained nurse, there are a few steps you can take in order to make the process as simple and quick as possible. T...


How to Fit in to an Established Nursing Team

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 15 February 2018

How to Fit in to an Established Nursing Team Settling in to a new team can be difficult at the best of times but a busy dynamic environment like the nursing profession makes it even harder to settle in as colleagues are generally too busy to worry about the new tam member. Here are a few things t...


A day in the life of a Dublin nurse

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 08 February 2018

I am working this week in a medium support hospital with psychiatric clients. They have come from various backgrounds. They are learning to live on their own so there is nursing staff during the day. The clients are on their own at night time, it is a short stay unit to prepare the clients.During...


Reasons Why Nurses Should Blog

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 28 January 2018

Blogging on the industry they love in a positive and thoughtful way, Nurses can become subject matter experts; where there are many ways a nurse can utilise social media to a healthcare advantage, such as promoting the profession through educating the public, or to promote their outside, health-r...


Creating Your Professional Presence in Your Nursing Career

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 21 January 2018

Nursing is a hard career and even with experience it can be hard to climb up the career ladder, here are a few points to remember when your are looking to make a step up in your career: To establish professional presence, consider the following five ingredients: Communication Are you able to comm...


Further Training Options for Nurses

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 14 January 2018

Completing a four year degree in General Nursing or your chosen field within the nursing sector does not necessarily mean that you have completed your studies for your profession. Indeed, nursing is one of the most likely occupations where training and professional development will continue throu...


Productivity: Tips to help you take control in 2018

By Alan Jarque on 07 January 2018

TAKE CONTROL In today’s hectic and distracted world it can be hard to stay in control of your day and be productive. The constant stream of messages, alerts and requests often cause us to work reactively. It can be frustrating. Most people make good plans and set clear goals but those plans can g...


8 New Year’s Resolution All Nurses Should Consider

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 31 December 2017

Be Fit Although it’s hard to squeeze some time for exercise amidst the busy schedule of nurses, you can find time if you are really determined to get fit. You can start by working out once or twice a week. Then, gradually increase it as your schedule permits. Maintain a Healthy Diet Stop being co...


A Parent Guide to Teen Drug abuse Prevention

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 27 December 2017

Many teens give in to peer pressure because they want to feel accepted and liked by their peers. While this is a natural tendency among many young people, there are preventative measures parents can take to help protect against teen drug abuse. As a parent, it's important to speak to your childre...


Disclosing a Mental Health Condition to Others

By Nurse Jobs Ireland Admin on 21 December 2017

One reason to tell family and friends about your mental illness is to receive encouragement. Simply talking to someone sympathetic can reduce your stress level and improve your mood. Maybe you have mixed feelings. You might be afraid loved ones will judge you or feel uncomfortable around you. It ...

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