Time flies so fast. I can’t believe that I’ve been working in Abu Dhabi for almost three years. As I reminisce on the things that happened to me, I’ve realized that working abroad doesn’t affect me physically as much as emotionally. Well sometimes it is very tiring to work in a 12-hour shift duty, but a 6-7 hour peaceful sleep and a day off wipes away my tiredness. When I first arrived here, I experienced culture shock. I haven’t seen anyone who is wearing abaya and kondura read more
Susan Ople, President of the Blas F. Ople Policy Center & Training Institute, inumerates some guidelines to OFW’s on how to avoid scam and illustrates the true cost of being an OFW.
Here is the second part of my post about Arabic translation of the most commonly used medical terms. If you find it useful, Please don’t forget to HIT the share button, it would be a great help to our fellow OFW nurses working in the Middle East. Thank you! Vaccine—tatte’em Blood sugar—sukar dam Nebulization—tabkheer Weight—wazin Room—gurfa Toilet—hamam Get-up—goom Speak—kalam Swallow—ibla’a Tongue—lissan Scissors—magus Wheelchair—kursi read more