Aesculap Academy Advanced Care in Infusion Therapy August 3 – 4, 2010

Description:
A two-day didactic and workshop on advanced care in infusion therapy with major focus on microbiological, particulate, and chemical contamination.

Equivalent of 16 CEU may be applied for renewal of ANSAP IVT Card.

Date: August 3, 2010 – August 4, 2010

Target group: Registered Nurses

Location: Aesculap Academy, JMT Building, ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City

Speaker: Dr. Maria Linda G. Buhat, ANSAP President

Course organizers: ANSAP and Aesculap Academy

Endorsement: Association of Nursing Service Administrators of the Philippines, Inc. (ANSAP)

Points: 16 CEU may be applied for renewal of ANSAP IVT (Intravenous Therapy License) Card

Registration Fee: PhP 1,500

Maximum number of participants: 80

Note:
1. Fee includes handouts, certificate, snacks and lunch.
2. Pre-registration is required to ensure quality learning.

For further questions, contact the course organizer through:
Telephone number: +632 633-7284 to 95
E-mail address: phil.cruz@bbraun.com

Please go to the Aesculap Academy Asia Pacific website for online registration or to inquire for further course dates.

Source: http://www.aesculap-academy-ap.com/go/?action=AkadEventData&menu_id=3989&menu_uuid=B259134A600F442AB60579AD81E9446C&event_id=117475

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