PONA Clinical Nursing Update on ABC’s of Chemotherapy on April 27, 2012

The Philippine Oncology Nurses Association, Inc. will be having a clinical update entitled “The ABC’s of Chemotherapy” on April 27, 2012 Friday at 2nd floor Dining Hall, The Philippine General Hospital, Taft Manila from 7:00 am to 4:30pm.

We are inviting you and your nurses to join us in this one whole day update activity in oncology where we learn together and share insights on how we care for our cancer patients and their families undergoing chemotherapy. Together with other colleagues who care for the well and sick individuals, we believe that when we convene, listen to one another, interact with people and collectively work towards improving ourselves personally and professionally, we can achieve our targets. We invited speakers with expertise in chemotherapy in different tertiary institutions in the Philippines.

For information and more details you may contact Ms. Marichen Dychangco at 09178832802 and Ms. Nelsa Almanza at 09209101264. Attached is the program for your reference.

Thank you. Hoping to see you at the seminar.

Very truly yours,

Nelsa S. Almanza, RN
Program Coordinator

Maria Cecilia Paje, RN
Committee Chair, Continuing Education


Noted by :

Ma. Encarnacion Dychangco, RN, MAN

ABC of Chemotherapy April 27

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