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In the wake of the economic crisis, many nurses from all over the world were interested in getting a good job in England. Today, there is still a huge need for nurses there and the options for getting a job are still very high.

As of January 18, 2016, the NMC implemented a change in regulations, being now mandatory to possess a certain level of English and to present evidence of the same. This evidence can be:

We advise to have real aspirations: London, for example, is the most demanded city to get a job and, therefore, the one that requires the highest level of English and where there is more competition (it keeps the most prepared people).

Working in private hospitals in the UK, especially in London, is the Top Ten of what a nurse can aspire to. You will be able to work hand in hand with the best surgeons in the country and with the best qualified and most experienced doctors on their CV. The salary is the highest you can receive in the whole of England and the working environment is absolutely exquisite.

Médico en inglaterra

Partiendo de la hipótesis de que los laboratorios desempeñaron un importante papel en la conversión de la pediatría en una disciplina autónoma, este artículo estudia la influencia de los viajes científicos en la apropiación de nuevas metodologías por parte de los pediatras y puericultores españoles en el primer tercio del siglo XX. Para ello, analiza los premios de viaje concedidos por la Junta para Ampliación de Estudios e Investigaciones Científicas. Describe la geografía científica creada por el programa y profundiza en el papel de los mentores -especialmente Gustavo Pittaluga (1876-1956)- en este proceso. Además de un estudio prosopográfico del grupo, presenta tres casos que demuestran la importancia del programa en el contacto de la pediatría con la bacteriología, la anatomía patológica y la bioquímica.

El primer tercio del siglo XX resultó definitivo para la concreción de la autonomía de la pediatría como disciplina (Seidler, 1974SEIDLER, Eduard. El desarrollo de la pediatría moderna. En: Laín Entralgo, Pedro (ed.). Historia universal de la medicina. t. 6. Positivismo. Madrid: Salvat. p.203-215. 1974.). Los cambios de la ciencia médica en general y del modelo asistencial – fundamentalmente una fuerte tecnologización, una aceleración de la especialización y la consolidación de un modelo hospitalocéntrico – obligaron a la especialidad a tomar unos derroteros concretos para adaptarse a los nuevos espacios y crear una identidad propia.

Nursing in England

R. At the beginning everything seems hectic and difficult. I remember during the first few months everything was very bureaucratic and administrative, full of endless paperwork. Here everything has a process, and must be completed rigorously. That was a big change, not a negative one, but it did require a lot of adaptation.

One of the most important sections when applying for a position in a competitive examination is the “training” section. For this, it is important that you know the existing differences when choosing the course to take and the type of accreditation that it grants.

In AulaDAE, the first company specialized in nursing training, the student has a catalog of about 100 CFC courses and ECTS courses of more than 100 hours of duration. Once the student has passed the CFC or ECTS course, and until he/she receives the physical certificate at home, the student receives a provisional digital certificate so that he/she can quickly present it in the labor exchanges and competitive examinations to which he/she wants to apply.


The data are very representative to analyze the current situation, but there is more than one explanation and the main one is the increase in the level of English to access to work in the country, in addition to the instability transmitted by the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union.

“When you get there, you don’t start as a nurse, but as an assistant. At first you can’t give oral or intravenous medication, you have to take exams for everything, something that is fine for local nurses because they haven’t done any practical training, but for us it’s like going backwards,” explained Roldán.

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