Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Be a Global Nurse with INSCOL

Become a Global Nurse-INSCOLINSCOL is a renowned institution across Canada, India and Philippines and offers wide range of nursing programs and courses including Emergency Care, Critical Care, Palliative Care, Mental Health, Leadership & Management, Gerontology & Chronic Illness, Healthcare & Rehabilitation and B.Sc. /M.Sc. Nursing in partnership with leading universities in Canada/ US/AUS/NZ.

The core objective of INSCOL is to help internationally educated nurses in their efforts to continue higher education and make a rewarding career in nursing profession abroad through programs like continuing education, simulation-based nursing workshops and more. Furthermore, experienced nurses are trained to become a global nurse by imparting knowledge on the best practices and at par with the levels of their international counterparts. Summing up the offerings and achievements of INSCOL -
  • There are more than 20 nursing programs through 15 Universities/Colleges across the globe
  • It has an alumni base of 6500+ across the world
  • Have centers across India, Canada and Philippines
  • Provide assistance in scholarships and visa
For a professional nurse, the nursing courses offered by INSCOL for internationally educated nurses allows them to study and work abroad in different healthcare settings such as-
  • Hospitals
  • Nursing homes
  • Aged care settings
  • Hospices
  • Physician’s Clinic
  • Schools
  • Community care centers
INSCOL have been in Healthcare Services & Education since more than 20 years. Thus, if you are aspiring for a career in nursing or thinking of furthering your nursing career overseas, you can select from wide range of courses offered by INSCOL that aligns best with your career goal.

Friday, 19 February 2016

Innovative Ways to Ensure Patient Satisfaction in Nursing Profession

Ways to Ensure Patient Satisfaction in Nursing Profession
If you are in a nursing profession, you already know how every hospital and healthcare facilities are concerned about delivering high level of patient satisfaction, which is tied to better outcomes and even the profits. However, it is always a challenging task for a patient care provider to ensure such deliverable. Let’s relate this to an innovative concept and see how it would prove useful in nursing.

We all go to restaurant to enjoy with family and friends and have a good time eating the favorites. In the middle of your meal, the manager walks to your table to know how’s the food, how do you like the service or if anything that you feel to speak about. Unless if something was really bad, you would end up saying that everything is fine and you liked it very much. This strategy is something that is used by almost all the restaurateurs to ensure quality and customer satisfaction with their service and food that eventually makes you coming back. Due to this, the staff knows the manager is doing this; thus, they perform at their best.

Similarly, as a nurse, you need to ensure that the patient satisfaction is genuine and the services are focused on caring. The best way to do this is by visiting the patients’ rooms and asking them questions like -
  • How good are you feeling today?
  • Was the medication given to you on time?
  • Does the team here helped to meet your needs.
  • Is there anything specific that I can do for you?

Once you do this regularly as a part of your nursing job, you will be surprised to see how much difference this will make for your patients and their families. With this approach, you can quickly identify the problems and rectify them. Moreover, you will get the idea of how the team is performing and you will be able to work on staff development in a better way.

As a nurse, you will be able to help fellow nurses by role modeling and demonstrate that you care and want to make a difference in providing patient care. Whatever you do, all your actions build trust and earn respect with the patients you care.

While there are plethora of advantages of a higher nursing degree, the prime one depends upon what you aspire to be and where do you want to work. Thus, to realize your dream and make big in your career, INSCOL in collaboration with leading Universities/Colleges in Canada/UK/USA/AUS/NZ offers a wide range of specialized Nursing Programs in Emergency Care, Critical Care, Palliative Care, Coronary Care, Acute Complex Care, Mental Health, Leadership & Management, Gerontology & Chronic Illness, Healthcare & Rehabilitation and B.Sc./M.Sc. Nursing. Find more details at

Thursday, 4 February 2016

Here are Some Tips for Nursing Students Straight from the Veterans in their Own Words

Tips for Nursing Students - INSCOL
Nurses all across the world are finding ways to prosper in their career. Some go for specializing in a field of their choice, while some take up another job with better prospects. There are many who are finding a great alternative to grow in their career through nursing courses that allows them to study as well as work at the same time. Moreover, there are nurses experienced enough that gives some real life tips to them in their own words as published in an article on 

"Always ask questions. None of us knows it all. Nursing is a profession where you are always learning." Bette G.

"You will not know everything when you get out of nursing school; you will learn more your first year as a nurse than all of your nursing school combined!" —Micha L.

"Remember how excited you were when you began this nursing journey. When you have a bad nursing day,’ go back to yourself on the day you found out you got accepted into nursing school and how excited you were to become a nurse. Helps me get through." —Liz L.

"One of our instructors gave us a good tip: write your first initial and your last name with ‘RN’ following it—nice and big. Place it somewhere you will see it all the time (your mirror, binder or on your desk), and remind yourself of why you chose this path." —Aida M.
"If you can squeeze it in—find a job as a PCA or NA somewhere—even if it’s just part-time or PRN. You will learn SO much that will be helpful to your future nursing career, including how to work with your future PCA, etc." —Christie S.

"You will literally have no life outside of nursing school until the day you pass NCLEX. When they tell you that, believe them. My BSN was the hardest thing I ever loved/hated." —Julie B.

"Don’t leave assignments to the last minute. Start the moment you get them." —Lucy C. 

"When in doubt, ask a senior nurse for help! You can’t be a hero alone." —Jimmie B. 

"Trust your gut! First instincts and bad feelings are usually accurate." —Angela M.
"Organization is everything! It helps you stay on top of assignments and what to study when. Get yourself a big calendar to put on your wall…write down due dates for assignments, test dates, clinical days, etc. This also helped my family know where I was (class or clinical). I highly recommend making flash cards so you can take them everywhere with you to study." —Brittani T. 

If you are a veteran in the field of patient care, we know you might too have some useful tips for new nurse grads. We will be glad if you can share those with us in the comments here. For more such tips and information on nursing profession, you can visit INSCOL. Moreover, if you want to study and work abroad, you can find detailed information at