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PNA Seminars for September – November 2017

Philippine Nurses Association (PNA) announces their Schedule of Seminars for the months of September to November 2017. The seminars posted below have been applied for CPD units.

PNA Seminars for Nurses

PNA is the only accredited professional organization for nurses recognized by the Professional Regulation Commission. Membership in the PNA is mandated by the RA 9173, one of the requirements to practice nursing.

PNA regularly conducts seminars and training for nurses, and here’s the topics lined up for the period of September to November this year.

PNA Seminars 2017

September 13 – Emergency Cardiac Care Guidelines
September 20 – Transfusion Therapy: Trends and Updates in Blood Transfusion
September 27 – When Bigger Isn’t Better more than a Dozen Ideas to Treat Lifestyle
October 25 – Caressing the fight against Cancer of the Breast
November 14 – Lymphedema Management: Helping Patients Feel Better
November 21 – Mentoring Process: A Craft Every Leader Should Know
November 28 – Evidenced-Based: Competencies, Challenges and Research

Seminars start at 8:00 AM up to 12:00 NN, with venue at J.V. Sotejo Hall (PNA Auditorium), Philippine Nurses Association, 1663 F. T. Benitez St., Malate, Manila

NOTE: No refund, no change of seminars.

Registration Fee

PNA Member: Php 400.00
PNA Non Member: Php 500.00


  • 1st 10 Registered Participants – P280 (30%)
  • 2nd 10 Registered Participants – P340 (15%)
  • For every 3 attended Paid seminars – 1 free seminar
  • Renewal of PNA Membership – 1 free seminar

Inclusion: Certificates and Snacks

For further inquiries and confirmation, please contact Ms. Sherell Tabafunda at telephone numbers: (02) 521 0937 and (02) 400 4430 loc. 205 or through mobile number 0928 660 5503.

Note: Scheduled seminars are subject to changes with prior notice. It is advisable to call/verify at least a day prior to the conduct of the chosen seminar.

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