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Kesempatan bekerja sebagai perawat di belanda


The shortage of well-educated health personnel in the Netherlands is currently an enormous problem. Since this problem will not automatically be solved in the coming years because of the aging population, a solution has to be found now. This is where Yomema, member of T&S Care, comes in.
Yomema, before T&S Care, is specialised in recruiting and training health care employee’s for the Dutch market. We collaborate with a diversity of healthcare institutions, hospitals and recruitment agencies to recruit the desired personnel. We ensure that the candidates are well integrated in the Netherlands. To make the integration process run smoothly, we offer a language course that trains the candidates until language level B1. In the language course lessons about the Dutch culture are included. Also an internship including a reimbursement is provided. During the whole process we ensure the candidates will feel welcome and everything necessary is arranged and paid, such as housing, transport, et cetera.
In conclusion, we offer a thorough, recognized training program for medical nurses with a master degree, which results in a certified Dutch diploma. The young professionals will be employed by a permanent contract with a hospital or healthcare institution.
So what we try to do is the following: we try to find a way to get these medical nurses with a master degree from Indonesia to the Netherlands. We hope to receive all cooperation to put these nurses to work in the Netherlands. Contact person: Marieke, with email is and Leon


More information please refer below:

Association between insomnia and social network site use in Indonesian adolescents

© 2018 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Objectives: Sleep deprivation can cause serious physical and mental problems. Although sleep deprivation among adolescents is not a new phenomenon, this problem has recently gained more attention due to the frequent use of smartphones. This study aimed to explain the correlations among family support, academic stress, social network site (SNS) use, and insomnia in adolescents. Methods: This cross-sectional study included 180 adolescents aged 16 to 17 years, with simple random sampling. This study used a questionnaire that included the frequency and duration of social media use, reasons for using social media, family support, academic stress, and insomnia. Data were analyzed using multiple logistic regression with a degree of significance at P < 0.05. Results: This study showed that insomnia was associated with duration of SNS use (P = 0.011), reasons of SNS usage (P = 0.004), and academic stress (P = 0.013). The frequency of SNS use (P = 0.645), types of SNS (P = 0.965), and family support (P = 0.150) were not associated with insomnia in adolescents. Conclusions: The reasons of SNS usage, duration of SNS usage, and academic stress are major factors associated with insomnia in adolescents. These components should be embedded in multicomponent educational intervention addressed to both adolescents and parents to reduce insomnia.