GLI Critical Care Nursing Seminar in SM Cinema Baguio City on April 3, 2011

Global Learning Innovation (GLI) Nursing Seminars (PRC Continuing Professional Education [CPE] Council for Nursing Accreditation No. 2009-026)

Critical Care Nursing Seminar

Target Group: Nursing Students, Graduates, Registered Nurses, Caregivers and Other Allied Medical Courses

Date: April 3, 2011 (Sunday)

Time: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Venue: SM Cinema, Baguio City

Registration fee: Php 600 (inclusive of 3 Certificates with CPE units, CD-ROM hand-out, break time refreshment)

Background: Critical-care nursing is that specialty within nursing that deals specifically with human responses to life-threatening problems. A critical-care nurse is a licensed professional nurse who is responsible for ensuring that all critically ill patients and their families receive optimal care.

Plenary Discussion:
– Current challenges in Critical Care
– Advancement in Respiratory Management and device therapies
– Overview of diseases under Critical Care

Resource Speaker: Mr. Melvin D. Miranda, RN
– Member, Critical Care Nurses Association of the Philippines (CCNAPI)
– Have Mastery in Emergency and Critical Care
– Reviewer and Lecturer – Local Board Exam
– Taking up Masters Degree in Nursing (MAN)
– Clinical Coordinator (College of Nursing – Manila Central University)

Note:

  • On-site payment.

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

GLI website: http://www.gli-seminar.webs.com/

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