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EfN Graduate, Sandrine Does Vital Voluntary Work in Laos! - 20/11/2015
It is always wonderful to hear how the former students from our courses are getting on and how their careers are developing after their time with English For Nurses. We know that the world of medicine can take people far and wide in the world.
We were delighted to read a short article written by Sandrine – a midwife and one of our former students from Switzerland – who had recently travelled to Laos to work in a small hospital where she was able to offer training, and exchange skills and knowledge with the local nurses. We thoroughly recommend taking a few minutes to have a read of her excellent report; it is a fascinating and illuminating glimpse into the life (….and many, many challenges) of women, nurses and midwives in Laos.
We wish all our students the very best for the future and their careers, whatever they do and wherever they do it!
Well done and Thank You, Sandrine! (pictured below on the left)
UK Staying in EU-Union? - 6/2/2013
A new year with new plans and new projects. But what is going on in the London parliament? Mr. Cameron will ask the question, whether the UK will stay in EU-Union. What kind of consequences will that have if the … Continue reading
LOTS OF RAIN, NEW COURSES, NEWSLETTER, SPORT AND GLOATING - 1/9/2012
We hope you have all survived the wet summer – all of us here at EfN towers managed to stop getting too rusty. We have certainly been enjoying the Indian summer for the past few weeks. What a fab summer … Continue reading
EFN ON THE RADIO! - 23/4/2012
Our director, Sabine, was on BBC Radio West Midlands on Wednesday 18 April to talk about Andrew Lansley’s proposals to stop doctors who don’t speak good enough English from working in the NHS. Here is a transcript of the … Continue reading
WELCOME - 18/4/2012
Welcome to the new English for Nurses website and this first blog entry! We’ve been beavering away on our design refresh for a while, and we’re very keen to get your feedback so we can continue to improve the site. … Continue reading