GSN-ISEEC State-of-the-Art Occupational Health Nursing Seminar at QC on October 15, 2011

WHO: GSN-International Skills Enhancement & Education Center (GSN-ISEEC)

WHAT: STATE OF THE ART OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSING SEMINAR

WHEN (date STARTS): 10/15/2011

WHEN (date ENDS): 10/15/2011

TIME STARTS: 01:00 PM

TIME ENDS: 05:00 PM

WHERE: West Avenue, QC

REGISTRATION FEE: 600php

MORE INFORMATION:
STATE-OF-THE-ART OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSING

*PRC Accredited CPE provider with no. 2009-023‌

*Occupational health nursing is a field within the nursing profession which is focused on the prevention and management of workplace injuries. Occupational health nurses can work for companies which want to provide nursing services to their employees, and for government agencies concerned with occupational and public health issues. Many are registered nurses, and some hold master’s degrees in topics such as public health.

*Inclusive of handouts, snacks, 3 certificates with PRC CPE units

Resource Speaker: Ms. Cynthia S. Ybarola, RN, COHN, MANc
-a Certified Occupational Health Nurse and
-National Officer of the Occupational Health Nurses Association of the Philippines (OHNAP), Inc.

LIMITED SLOTS ONLY

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