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Navy or air force hospitals?

 

 

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Directorate of Medical Services[edit]

First set up in 1913 in the same year as the Air Force, providing nursing services only, and over the years has gradually expanded. It operates Bhumibol Adulyadej Hospital and Royal Thai Air Force Hospital in Bangkok, as well as smaller hospitals at each wing. The directorate has made a teaching agreement with the Faculty of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University to train students at Bhumibol Adulyadej Hospital, accepting about 30 students per academic year.

 

 

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Might be slightly off-topic, but out of sheer curiosity: is ‘nursing’ a University study here in Thailand, is it regarded as an academic subject?

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Could take a year out getting some experience in a care home maybe, to see if she actually likes the other side of it

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Lampang is a big Nursing School town, not sure how well Isaan ppl are integrated there but can check.

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Maybe look at private universities offering nursing courses.

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40 minutes ago, damascase said:

Might be slightly off-topic, but out of sheer curiosity: is ‘nursing’ a University study here in Thailand, is it regarded as an academic subject?

University nursing programs are usually affiliated with a local government hospital.  One girl I know got her BS in Nursing at a Bangkok University (not sure which one) then went into a training program at Chulalongkorn Hospital for 2 years.

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don't you have to apply weeks or months before uni starts ?

 

did you/she PASS the test ?  You/she can pass & uni / school can be full

 

or you / she failed = not qualified for the job / studies...

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There shud be a place for her at a Raji, no probs.

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1 hour ago, dddave said:

University nursing programs are usually affiliated with a local government hospital.  One girl I know got her BS in Nursing at a Bangkok University (not sure which one) then went into a training program at Chulalongkorn Hospital for 2 years.

Thanks, but what I do not understand that nursing - apparently - is an academic study In Thailand. It certainly isn’t in my home country.

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6 minutes ago, damascase said:

Thanks, but what I do not understand that nursing - apparently - is an academic study In Thailand. It certainly isn’t in my home country.

Bachelor of nursing perhaps ?

 

such a thing exists in my home country so maybe it does here too.

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17 minutes ago, damascase said:

Thanks, but what I do not understand that nursing - apparently - is an academic study In Thailand. It certainly isn’t in my home country.

It most certainly is in us, uk, nz, aus, canada etc, I am sure aboit the eu.

 

Assistant nurses may not need university qualifications, and there are different levels involved in nursing but most countries I have worked or lived require a basic college degree in nursing.

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2 hours ago, damascase said:

Might be slightly off-topic, but out of sheer curiosity: is ‘nursing’ a University study here in Thailand, is it regarded as an academic subject?

nursing can be a uni course in the UK

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