GSN-ISEEC Hemodialyis, Peritoneal Dialysis and Kidney Transplant: A Comparative View on the Management of Chronic Renal Failure April 9, 2011

GSN – International Skills Enhancement and Education Center (GSN-ISEEC)

Hemodialyis, Peritoneal Dialysis and Kidney Transplant: A Comparative View on the Management of Chronic Renal Failure

Date: April 9, 2011
Time: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Seminar Fee: Php 600

Venue:
CHOWKING BRANCH
Real Road, Corner National Road (infront of SM Calamba)
Calamba Crossing, Calamba City, Laguna

At the end of the seminar, the participants are expected to achieve an enhanced learning through intensive discussion on the following subtopics:
1. Overview: Latest Approaches in the Management of Chronic Renal Failure;
2. Assessment and Other Technical Nursing Skills in the Care of Client with CRF;
3. Legal and Ethico-Moral Responsibility of Nurses in the Care of Client undergoing KT;
4. Determine the Latest Trends and Issues in Nursing And Medical Management of CKD Clients.

Speaker: Mr. Claudio T. Balles Jr. RN, CRN
-Board Member Director of Renal Nurses Association of the Philippines (RENAP)
-Hemodialysis Nurses
-Transplant Coordinator

NOTE:

  • SEMINAR fee includes handouts, snacks and 3 certificates with CPE units/CEUs.

For more details/reservation contact Vanessa, RN in the following numbers:
GLOBE: 0927-2423320
SUN: 0922-3898932
SMART: 0999-9001940
Office: 668-6984; 355-0615; 359-0196

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