I am an easy going fun loving person, quiet, reserved and a kid at heart, I also love to make people laugh.
I'm shy to start but once I get to know someone, you cant shut me up, I enjoy the gaming scene and love Gothic culture (sometime dressing up). I'm a staff nurse in A&E and it's my dream job, on here to to meet new people, hopefully a relationship, not looking for any time wasters, just want to meet someone who shares the same interests as myself :), don't message me if your bi, or wanting three-somes or just a one night stand that's …
Students will be required to commit to 6 hours of study time per week - this will be inclusive of teaching time, review times and breaks.
Students will be taken through the revolutionary method of learning Arabic devised by Shaykh Yusuf Mullan of Canada.
Nursing was supposed to be a stepping stone into medical school. Rather than embarking on a general science degree, I chose nursing because of the work Mc Master University was doing with the Aga Khan Development Network.
So, I thought if health care was my interest, medical school would be the way to go.
A Moroccan woman at the heart of former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi’s pay-for-sex trial has turned up in Mexico after missing a court date.
Karima el-Mahroug, known as Ruby, was reported to have notified her lawyer, Paola Boccardi, of her whereabouts after reading that Monday’s absence had sparked a minor uproar in court.
I remember being in emergency rooms in Dar es Salaam with my sister, who was not well. Observing the access — or lack of it — to different treatments etched in my mind that this was the area in which I wanted to make a difference. In Tanzania, nursing was not a highly respected profession.They had the most innovative curriculum, and they introduced you to equity issues in health in such a big way.By my third year of nursing school, just as I was getting admitted into medical school, I made up my mind to stay in nursing. I’ve been working with the Aga Khan Development Network for about 20 years. In this interview, she shares her vision for a revitalized association and her thoughts on a new way of thinking about nursing. I had never seen snow, and that was my first introduction to Canada. Every time we had to interact with health and health care in Tanzania, we had to first transact a sum of money. The day I landed in Toronto, there might have been 40 centimetres of snow on the ground. What were your experiences with health care in Tanzania?