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Posted March 02, 2019 08:00:54I’m here in Dublin, Ireland to attend the first ever Ireland Travel Nursing Agency Open House.
The event was hosted by the Association of Irish Travel Nursing and is being held at the Hotel National on April 19.
The event is open to the public and attendees are welcome to bring their own chairs, blankets, and beverages.
There will be a variety of activities for the whole family, with childrens activities, a scavenger hunt, face painting, face scrubs, and much more.
I’ll be able to give a brief overview of the industry and how it works, and will also be able speak to the staff who will be attending the event, as well as offering suggestions for future events.
The event is free to attend, and there is a $10 donation per chair, for which you’ll receive a complimentary beverage and a free certificate.
We’re expecting to have a large number of people attending, so please come out and be a part of this amazing event!
The following information is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional advice.
About the Association This event is a collaboration between the Association for Irish Travel Nurses and the Association Of Irish Travel Health Care (AIRH).
The Association of Independent Travel Nursers of Ireland (AIRI) and the AIRH Board of Directors are dedicated to providing an industry-wide platform for Irish travel health care professionals to share their knowledge and experiences.
The Association is dedicated to promoting and protecting the interests of independent travel health and nursing professionals in Ireland, in order to provide the highest standards of care for patients.
I’m sure you can guess why this is such a big deal.
For the past 10 years, the Association has been providing nurses with the resources and support to offer their own, independent, nursing home, home health care, and other independent care options.
In this year’s opening, the nurses have been working together to launch a new initiative called the National Nursing Home Association (NOHA), which aims to promote independent nursing homes, and support the development of nursing home standards in Ireland.
What is an independent nursing home?
An independent nursing residence is a type of home, where the home is not affiliated with a health care facility or institution.
They are considered separate from a nursing home in Ireland and are not recognised by HealthCareIreland as a health or residential facility.
They are also known as independent nursing communities.
While there are some facilities and services that are open to all nursing home residents, there are restrictions and regulations that have to be adhered to, so the staff at an independent home must follow the rules and regulations.
There are a few things you can do to help ensure that you’re not getting in the way of your fellow residents: The home must be located within the same county of Dublin, and the home must have an accredited nursing home license.
A nurse or a registered nurse in the home must reside at the address for at least three years and have a valid nursing license.
If a resident has a non-accredited license, then the nursing home must not have an active nursing license and must only be open to residents with a valid license.
You can visit your local HealthCare Ireland to learn more about how to get an independent licensing, and also to find out how to apply for an accredited license.
For more information, visit the Association website or email: [email protected]