Nurses are the unsung heroes of global healthcare!
The presence of people such as Florence Nightingale, made people believe and follow such ideological statements, but not anymore! Although, the modern technology has invoked health levels to new heights, yet the absence and invisibility of nurses in the ongoing scenario has somewhat depleted the reserve of Internationally Educated Nurses [IEN], drastically. The world is experiencing a significant shortfall of professionally trained Nurses to provide nursing care, primarily on account of the aging population as well as the fall in the number of fresh nursing graduates available to take care of this geriatric generation.
Do you aim to be a globally educated nurse? Have you always believed in being altruistic and want to serve individuals with chronic conditions? The demand and availability gap in the last couple of years has resulted in remarkable career opportunities for nurses and healthcare professionals from countries like India to make a niche for themselves further allowing them to move to better-paying, better-equipped, and better-respected jobs.
How to become a Global Nurse? This is the one question that nurses from developing countries often think about! The answer is simple! INSCOL’s global nursing education programs in partnership with 15 universities & colleges from across Canada, UK, and the USA provides the education and skills necessary to become a global professional nurse. The collaboration of these internationally renowned institutes with INSCOL recognizes the need for skilled nursing professionals in medical facilities and hospitals across the globe.
The nursing programs are specially designed with the objective to impart knowledge on global healthcare & best medical practices on a day-to-day basis. Moreover, the courses and programs nurture the skill-set thus fine-tuning the skills to the levels of their trained international counterparts.
In partnership with global leading community colleges/universities, INSCOL’s aim has been stable and emphasized on the career progression of Internationally Educated Nurses. The goal is simple - to empower them so they can benefit from the ever-changing roles in the healthcare industry. Some of the program a nursed can specialize in are critical care nursing, palliative care, coronary care and nursing leadership & management among others. Register with INSCOL to give wings to your dreams!
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