What about that would you like to know?
@Aevius how did you find it? Did you miss home etc.
If it's your first time, I won't lie to you, it's relatively tough. Being away from your friends and family will make you miss them (obviously), and you'll feel bad that you're missing out on what they're up to.
That's not to say though that you shouldn't do this nursing abroad thing though, because those are the sort of things life is made for. The experience in a new culture and doing a good thing like that is not something you can do anytime, any day, and it'll most likely be worth it. Yes, parts of it will be tough, but that doesn't take away from it all. If it's something you genuinely are interested in doing, do it.
Choose the right country, nurses in some countries are very appreciated. Do you speak a 2nd language, nursing experience, qualifications? been living in France a few years mostly on my wits. Can't really speak of missing people, because my family has always been disconnected which also enables me to detach and move on from friends as I move on to the next place, new people, new experiences.
Also I grew up a very timid person and still suffer that timidity to a degree today, have been agoraphobic but luck(or bad luck depends on how you look at it) forced me out into the world and I rose to the challenge, not quite to dizzying heights but I am in a foreign country, holding my own, surprising myself, never know you could surprise yourself.
@Ewarwoowar yh I'm a bit of a timid person as well. I'm ready for change though, I need to. I'm a qualified nurse and nearly finished specialising in Autism so I know I'm capable.. awful with languages though lol. Thank you that's the bit of the motivation I needed, I may surprise myself..
if foreign languages aint your thing goto english speaking country, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand. those would probably welcome foreign nurses, especially with qualification in autism, my preference would be to head to ward the antipodes, America and Canada are less idyllic at the moment.
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