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It’s not about nursing, but about justice

It’s not about nursing, but about justice

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http://opinion.inq7.net/inq7viewpoints/letters/view_article.php?article_id=26208

THE letter writer Russel de Vera (“Retake the exam if you know your nursing” -- Viewpoints, Oct. 10, 2006) doesn't get it. The big picture is not about our nurses not knowing their nursing. It's about justice.

I have worked with and have known many nurses in the US who have been in the nursing profession anywhere from four to 40 years, all graduates of Philippine nursing schools.

There has been a grave injustice committed here to the nurses who passed the June 2006 board examinations. They are crying out to people like De Vera, a colleague, to all of us “kababayan” [fellow countrymen], and to the government for justice.

That is justice for the innocent. Punish the persons responsible for the test question leakage who have undermined the integrity of the profession, whose interest are only for themselves. Do not punish the innocent who exhausted all their effort and finances to pursue a dream, which De Vera probably had a decade ago. De Vera basically called them cowards for not being willing to retake the board exam.

Do not be quick to judge our nurses, because wherever your journey in America goes you are one of them -- Philippine-educated or, as they would often refer to us in the medical field in the US, foreign-trained.

IRENEO LABILLES III RPT, Select Specialty Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee (via e-mail)

FROM: http://opinion.inq7.net/inq7viewpoints/letters/view_article.php?article_id=26208

anak ng tooooooot....... justice?? simula pa eh may injustice na.. JUST ba ung bawasan grade namin??? pinaghirapan namin un a.. baka JUST GOT LUCKY lang yan!!!

what about JUSTICE for the NURSING PROFESSION? What will you do?.. just forget what happened and do nothing about it?.. Please think outside the box.. dont jus think about what will happen to you.. think others as well.. selfishness is a bad virtue..

KAU NGA MGA SELFISH!!! SANGKATUTAK ANG PUMASA NG WALANG DAYA konti lng ang ngbenefit ng leak tpos ipapaulit nyo..
kung gusto nyo mgretake kau nlng. kme bhala sa saili namin kung may stigma man.at least pagumulit kau masasama kau dec board db?kung gusto nyo retake dahil feeling nyo wlang integrity and incompetent ang june passer.. magretake kau pra mging dec passer kau. simple simple.kung ayaw nyo sa batch na to.mas lalo ayaw namin sa mga tulad nyo na selfish at wlang malasakit sa mga nde nandaya

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