GLI Forensic Nursing Seminar August 15, 2010

Global Learning Innovation (GLI) Nursing Seminars


(PRC CPE Provider: Council of Nursing Accreditation Number 2009-026)

Date: August 15, 2010
Time: 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
Place: SM North EDSA, Cinema 10, Quezon City

Plenary Discussion:
– Death Examination and Autopsy
– Investigation and Documentation
– Evaluation and care of the Sexually Abused Patient

Resource Speaker:
PCI Jericho Angelito Q. Cordero, DPSP, MD, RN

– Pathologist/Medico Legal Officer/DNA Analyst/Forensic Nursing Advocate
– Deputy Chief, DNA Laboratory – PNP Crime Laboratory
– Camp Rafael Crame, Quezon City
– Pathologist, East Avenue Medical Center
– Professor – Legal Medicine, University of the East

Registration Fee: PhP 600 (inclusive of 3 Certificates with CPE Units, CD ROM hand-out, break time refreshment

FREE registration fee if you can invite 15 persons (Nurse, BSN Graduates or Students). Refer them to Xomai, RN accordingly so she could note that they are your friends and/or classmates.

Text Xomai, RN if you want reservations to include you on the headcount for seats, food and certificates. This is on site payment. Just look for her on the seminar day.

Numbers to call/text for reservations/registrations and inquiries:
Globe – 09153787964
Smart – 09301832876
Sun – 09334622474

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