A NIGHT IN THE LIFE OF A JAPAN RN [17 HOUR NIGHT SHIFT]

皆さん、こんにちは! Minnasan, Konnichiwa! Here’s a glimpse on what I do during my night shifts. Back in the Philipppines, I worked as a Hemodialysis Nurse and I rarely do night shifts unless there’s an emergency HD and it is my first…

A NIGHT IN THE LIFE OF A JAPAN RN [17 HOUR NIGHT SHIFT]

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皆さん、こんにちは!
Minnasan, Konnichiwa! Here’s a glimpse on what I do during my night shifts. Back in the Philipppines, I worked as a Hemodialysis Nurse and I rarely do night shifts unless there’s an emergency HD and it is my first time to do night duties here in Japan. Honestly speaking, the adjustment doing the night duty or Yakin as we say it in Japanese wasn’t easy because of the long duty hours (17 hours). But now as I continue my journey working here in Japan (for almost 5 years now!), I learned to cope with the night life in the hospital. I’ll let you know in details what I usually do on the next vlogs, hopefully, soon. 🙂

Thank you for watching! Arigatou gozaimasssssu!!

-Nailan JapanRN

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