Aesculap Academy Hemodialysis Training Program for Nurses on May 19 – June 20, 2014
Hemodialysis Training Program for Nurses
A course designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide hemodialysis treatment and efficient care to renal patients. It consists of one week didactic sessions on the principles of hemodialysis, and four weeks clinical exposure in a dialysis facility.
Date: 05.19. – 06.20.2014
- Aesculap Academy, Taguig City (Didactics)
- B. Braun Avitum Dialysis Center (Clinical Exposure)
Target Group: OR / Nursing / CSSD Staff
Course Fee: 12000.00 PHP (includes certificate, kit and handouts, one set of scrub suit, lunch and snacks during didactics)
Max. participants: 80
- Randy Corgos (Faculty, Aesculap Academy, Pasig)
- Maria Charisse Magallanes, RN (Clinical Instructor, Division of Nursing Education and Research, Philippine Heart Center, Quezon City)
- Hanif Muhammad (Faculty, Aesculap Academy, Pasig)
- Judith Fe Santos, RN (Faculty, Aesculap Academy, Pasig)
- Cynthia Sayo, RN (Certified Renal Nurse and IELTS Reviwer)
- Czarlota Valdenor, MD (Medical Director, Antipolo Doctors Hospital, Antipolo)
Endorsement: Recognized by the Renal Nurses Association of the Philippines (RENAP)
Camia Clarita Gomez
15th Floor Sun Life Centre 5th Avenue corner Rizal Drive
1634 Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Tel +632 588-5612
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