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PNA to launch Online Learning Program with CPD units

Good news to all Filipino nurses! Philippine Nurses Association (PNA) will soon offer an Online Learning Program that will provide CPD units needed for renewal of licenses at Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).

PNA National President Merle Salvani revealed Thursday the new offering by the nursing accredited professional organization at the 3rd Summer Conference of the PNA held at Winford Manila Resort and Casino.

The PNA Online Learning Program will be launched on Sunday, May 13, 2018.

According to Jen Fabros, one of the attendees, the online program will offer courses with approved 15 CPD units every year. It will also have free accredited CPD programs. Those who will access the system will pay a minimal fee of P50.00 only.

Active members of PNA may avail of this program, but other allied health professionals may also access and earn units for a fee.

The online program is a project of PNA in partnership with the International Council of Nurses (ICN) and approved by Professional Regulatory Board of Nursing (PRBON).

PNA hosted the 3rd Summer Conference with theme, “Filipino Nurses: A Voice to Lead – Health is a Human Right”. Some of the nursing leaders present are the following: PR-BON Chair Glenda Arquiza, PNA National President Merle Salvani, PNA NCR Zone 1 Manila Chapter President Gloria Yang, PNA NCR Zone 3 Governor Annabelle Borromeo, PNA QC Chapter President Ingrid Somera Yap, PNA Cebu Chapter President Stephen Descallar, Dean Shirley Semenianoman, Capitol Medical Center Asst. Chief Nurse Elaine Caday, Capitol Medical Center Assistant Training Director Ezekiel Pang and others. [via Jen Fabros, Photo by Shiftwise]