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Cleansweep RN

H.E.A.R.T Foundation Inc. in cooperation of Renal Nurses Association of the Philippines (RENAP) and Philippine Heart Center invites all interested nurses to join their seminar entitled "Peritoneal Dialysis and Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy Workshop" on the following dates listed below.



Special Thanks to Mr. Harby Abellanosa for the email!

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Cleansweep RN

Center for Global Excellence and Nursing Center for Clinical Lab. Experience (NC-CLEx) invites all nurses to attend their training on Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) on May 28 - 30, 2010 (9am to 5pm) at Batangas Regional Hospital. This training was approved by California Board of Nursing and accredited by American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI). Registration fee costs 4500 Php (pre - registration) 5000 Php (on-site registration) : inclusive of US accredited ACLS Certificate (valid for 1 year) plus ASHI ACLS Certification ID (valid for 1 year).

Note: Pre-registration is until May 26 only.




For inquiries and registration please contact NC-CLEX at 09228664666 or email Sofia sofia_ncclex@yahoo.com or Rytz at 09063656161 / 09228329415.

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Cleansweep RN
GSN - International Skills Enhancement and Education Center (ISEEC) proudly present and invite all NURSES on our Seminar about: "HAND-OFF COMMUNICATION Guidelines in health Care Setting " on June 13, 2010 (9am-5pm) at Unit 502 Pacific Corporate Center 131 West Avenue Quezon City. Ms. Grace S. Navea, RN, BSN, MBA, CPHM, Ph.D (President/CEO of GSN ISEEC) resource speaker.


Purpose

The purpose of Hand-Off Communication is to provide accurate information about a patient’s care, treatment and services, current condition and any recent or anticipated changes. The information communicated during hand off must be interactive and accurate.

A hand off includes information exchange during:

* Nursing shift change * Nursing to Physician Communication * Physician transfer of complete responsibility during vacation coverage * Physician transfer of on call responsibility * Nurse temporarily leaving a unit for break * Nurse and physician hand off from patient registration to the inpatient unit (Admitting physician to attending physician and admission staff to unit RN) * Nurse and social service clinician hand off before patient goes to off unit group and upon return from group if significant change has taken place * Physician hand off upon transfer to another hospital setting



Standards for Hand Off Communication:

- Hand off communication is interactive, allowing the opportunity for questioning between the giver and receiver of patient/client/resident information

- Hand off communication includes up to date information regarding the patient care, treatment and service, condition and any recent or anticipated changes

- Interruptions are to be minimized to limit the possibility that information would fail to be conveyed or would be forgotten.

- Hand off communication requires process for verification of the received information including repeat-back or read-back as appropriate.

- The receiver of the hand off information has the opportunity to review relevant patient historical data, which includes previous care, treatment, or services.

- Hand off communication is required for all patients who are deemed to be at risk for elopement, suicide, combative destructive issues, seizures, seclusion or restraint who are currently on precautions as well as those patients who have just been removed from precautions and/or those patients with special care needs.


For inquiries and Reservation/Registration
Pls. contact the following numbers:

Globe - 09153787964,
Smart- 09301832876
Sun- 09334622474

Look for: Xomai, RN (Training and Seminar Coordinator of GSN ISEEC) .

Special thanks to S. Garcia for the email!

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Cleansweep RN

The University of the Philippines Manila – National Telehealth Center the forerunner of eHealth, Telemedicine and Health Informatics in the country, the UPM – NThC will be holding a series of seminar-workshops on eHealth, Telemedicine and Health Informatics on May 21, 2010 at the College of Dentistry Auditorium, University of the Philippines. Manila, Pedro Gil St. Cor. Taft Avenue, Manila, from 8:00am to 5:00pm..

The primary objective of this is to increase the knowledge of health professionals (doctors, nurses and midwives) and IT personnel (software developers and engineers) on the interplay ofinformation technology and health. The registration fee shall be Php 1,500.00, which include the seminar kit, CD of health informatics resources, certificate of attendance, morning & afternoon refreshments and lunch.

For seminar registration form click here, or you may visit their online registration site for the link. You may also email your filled up registration form at admin@info.telehealth.ph or fax a
hardcopy at +6325256501.

Seminar on Health Informatics

For payment options, you may pay directly at UP Manila National Telehealth Center, 3rd Floor, Information Technology Complex, Philippine General Hospital, Taft Avenue, Manila from Tuesday to Friday, 7:00am-6:00pm.

You may also pay via bank deposit:
Bank Name: Development Bank of the Philippines
Branch: Arroceros Branch
Account Name: UP Manila Trust Fund
Account Number: 0410-002882-033

For details on early & student registration, please call 5256501 and coordinate with Ms. Vivian Biala.

Special thanks to Mr. NoelRN for the email!

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Cleansweep RN

GSN-International Skills Enhancement and Education Center (ISEEC) invites all nurses to attend their seminar entitled "Infection Control in Health Care Setting / Hospital Acquired Infection (HAI) Seminar" with 8 PRC- CPE Units and International Standards (U.S. Based), May 30, 2010 (9am-5pm) at Unit 502 Pacific Corporate Center 131 West Avenue Quezon City. Ms. Grace S. Navea, RN, BSN, MBA, CPHM, Ph.D (President/CEO of GSN ISEEC) will be the resource speaker of the said seminar.

PURPOSE:

The purpose of infection control is to reduce the risk of health care worker exposure and infection and nosocomial (hospital-acquired) infections, which can complicate existing diseases or injuries.

OBJECTIVES:

* To educate the HCP regarding the principles of infection control.
* Identify areas within our scope of work where infection may be transmitted.
* Formulate guidelines in preventing the disease transmission.
* Endure prompt exposure management protocol and medical follow up.

For inquiries and Reservation/Registration Pls. contact the following numbers:

  • Globe - 09153787964,
  • Smart- 09301832876
  • Sun- 09334622474


Look for: Xomai, RN (Training and Seminar Coordinator of GSN ISEEC) .



Special thanks to S. Garcia for the email!

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