Being A Nurse In Pakistan

In a male dominant society, where being a woman itself is a challenge, nursing has become one tough profession. Nurses not only work long shifts but are sometimes harassed by patients or visitors. Asking personal questions including contact information is a regular occurrence. Under these conditions, many nurses have become resentful towards their line of work. They have vowed never to let their daughters pursue a similar professional path. This is especially alarming because doctors state that Pakistan is facing a severe shortage in terms of nursing staff.

Following short documentary narrates their story:

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2 Comments to "Being A Nurse In Pakistan"

  1. Babar F.'s Gravatar Babar F.
    January 26, 2012 - 13:46 | Permalink

    Let’s see when there are no female nurses available, where these men, who think low of nurses and so don’t send their daughters & sisters to go in nursing profession, will take their females when they need medical care!

  2. Anonymous's Gravatar Anonymous
    February 3, 2013 - 10:26 | Permalink

    I am a nurse but i am not bsc nurse can any body tell me how can i apply for Danmark under green card scheme as i have checked from many consultants like from kamran in atlas foreign consultant, Imran from ISIC but they all said i am not eligible is there any way i can go to danmark

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