spanish for nurses

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Name: Angel
Age: 20
Country:  Ireland

Hello reader, I’m Angel and I was born in the Philippines, but I grew up in Ireland for the most part. I can speak Tagalog and English, some Spanish and Irish-though don’t expect to have a full on conversation in those languages lol. I’m currently studying nursing and I will be entering my second year in this course around August.

I love music and it’s something that I cannot live/function without! My favourite types of music are indie, acoustics, pop, synth pop, alternative, r&b and the occasional ballad (karaoke is life). My favourite band is Tegan and Sara, I also love listening to Frank Ocean, The Weeknd and others. I play the guitar and ukulele, but not as much as I used to. Video games, reading (fanfics mostly..) and movies are some of my other interests. I mostly play PS4 and sometimes PC. Horror movies are one of my favourite movie genres.

I’ve had a pen pal before through email. I occasionally send cards, postcards and small presents to some friends and acquaintances all over the world. I enjoy receiving post through snail mail because I have such a fascination for it.

Looking for someone open-minded, doesn’t mind bad puns and memes, with similar interests/opposite interests that would like to get in touch either through messages, emails, snail mail or all of the above:)

Preferences: 18+, LGBTQ+ friendly

guys im learning korean! after 2 days i can sucessfully although slowly read and write hangul! i’m so proud of myself! i’m really looking forward to broadening my vocab and the sentence structure and verbs and aahhh i’m so excited!!!

new studyblr ^.^

Hi everyone! My name is Kristin, but feel free to call me Kris, Krissy, bunny, bun, or bunbun! I’m currently 19 (turning 20 in a few months!) and from New York. I made this blog with the hopes of it keeping me motivated while also giving me new ideas and ways to spice up my studying/notes process. As of right now, it’s helping immensely! I’m a sophomore in college and currently majoring in Psychology and double minoring in Spanish and Gender & Women’s Studies. Recently, I have decided to make a big switch though and change my major to Nursing while still keeping my double minors. I start my Nursing classes this summer! I hope to become a Psychiatric and Women’s Health Nurse Practioner. If anyone has any tips or needs help in any of the topics above please feel free to message me ^.^ 

My biggest inspirations are @hayley-studies @getstudyblr @muji-princess @studyign @study-ings @academla @areistotle @etudiance @gryhffindors

Don’t be afraid to message me if you need any tips with any of the above! I’d also just love to get to know people within in the studyblr community and help one another out! \^.^/

In a nation where 35.5 million people identify Spanish as their primary language, it’s no wonder that bilingual healthcare workers are valuable entities. The ability to speak Spanish is a resume booster, and may be the skill that would make a hiring hospital choose you over the competition. Kaplan’s Spanish for Nurses by Rudy Valenzuela, RN is a priceless tool for those who need a brush up in the Spanish language. It has a review of basic Spanish (numbers, days of the week, family members, etc) and chapters including:

  • Review of the systems
  • Diagnostic tests
  • Nursing interventions
  • In the emergency room
  • In the maternity ward

So a Spanish nurse has caught Ebola and the authorities want to euthanize her dog “just in case”. They don’t even know if he’s got the virus.

What makes them decide to kill a dog who might be infected and not kill the woman who is infected? In one word: speciesism.

People are already out in the streets protesting. At least it’s nice to know that dogs have someone to fight for them. Not many animals can say the same.
Nurse 'infected with Ebola' in Spain

The Spanish health minister has confirmed that a nurse who treated a victim of Ebola in Madrid has tested positive for the disease.

The Spanish nurse is the first person in the current outbreak known to have contracted Ebola outside Africa.

Our superior hygiene will protect us, they said

Flying Ebola patients into unaffected countries can’t go wrong, they said

I said it then and I was proven right now that it was a damn stupid idea to fly people with Ebola over here. Send the things needed to treat them there, but don’t bring them into unaffected countries. But no, that would be too rational.