Essentials of Critical Care Nursing Seminar with 24 CPD units

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Nurses who are looking for seminars that will give them Continuing Professional Development (CPD) units may want to join this offering from Critical Care Nursing Association of the Philippines Inc. (CCNAPI) this May 2018.

The seminar entitled “Essentials of Critical Care Nursing” will be conducted on May 16 to 18, 2018 with PRC-approved 24 CPD units which nurses may use in the renewal of their PRC ID cards.

The seminar will cover the following topics: Conceptual Foundation; Common Pediatric Emergencies; Identifying ECG Rhythms; Adult and Pediatric Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Assessment; Cranial Nerves Assessment, Traumatic Brain Injury, Seizures, and Epilepsy Management; Pharmacology: High Alert Medications; Shock Syndrome and Blood Gas Interpretation; Invasive Method of Monitoring the Patient

It will be held from 8AM-5pm at CCNAPI’S Training Room located at, Room 3D Edificio-Enriqueta Building, 422 N.S. Amoranto St. (former Retiro St.) Corner D. Tuazon St., Quezon City.

REGISTRATION FEE
Member – P3,000
Non-Member – P3,500

Inclusive of handouts, certificate, lunch and snacks. It will be accredited with 24 PRC CPD units.

For more inquiries, kindly contact CCNAPI at 516-38-91 | 0922-817-3210 | 0918-944-6897. Email: ccnapi_nurses@yahoo.com

CCNAPI is the national organization of nurses interested in the field of critical care nursing. It was founded in February 1977 with approved SEC registration (CN 200813601), a founding member of the World Federation of Critical Care Nurses (2001) and accredited as a Provider of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by the Professional Regulation Commission (Provider Number 2009-019).

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