GLI Nursing Care for Cardio-Pulmonary Emergencies Seminar on March 6, 2011
Global Learning Innovation (GLI) Nursing Seminars
Nursing Care for Cardio-Pulmonary Emergencies Seminar
Date: March 6, 2011
Time: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Venue: SM Megamall, Mega Bldg. A, Pasig City
Registration fee: PhP 600 (inclusive of 3 Certificates with CPE units, CD-ROM hand-out, break time refreshment)
Cardiopulmonary Nursing is a field devoted to treating and preventing conditions that affect the heart and lungs. Cardiopulmonary nurses provide care and education for people suffering from cardiopulmonary illnesses or disease or those at risk for developing them in the future.
- WOLLFF-PARKINSON-WHITE SYNDROME
- THERAPEUTIC APPROACH TO CARDIAC AND PULMONARY EMERGENCIES
- NURSING ASPECTS OF CARDIAC EMERGENCY CARE
Resource Speaker: Mr. Roland Zara, MD, RN, MAN
- BS Biology, Centro Escolar University
- Medicine, Our Lady of Fatima University
- BS Nursing, Adventist University of the Philippines
- Masteral Degree in Nursing, University of Sto. Thomas
- FREE registration fee if you can invite 15 persons (Nurse, BSN Graduates or Students). Please refer them to Xomai, RN.
- On-site payment.
For reservations/registrations and inquiries, text/call Xomai, RN in the following numbers:
- Globe – (0927) 849-0507
- Smart – (0930) 183-2876
- Sun – (0933) 462-2474
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