Former Health Chief invites nurses & students to the NCR Zonal Conference on Universal Health Care

Former DOH Secretary Esperanza Cabral invites all nurses, graduates and students to the 1st NCR Zonal Conference of Nurse Advocates this coming December 12-13, 2012 at the Fuller Hall of the Asian Institute of Management in Makati City. You may visit the Conference Page and Online Registration via this link: https://www.aynla.org/2012/10/1st-ncr-zonal-conference-of-nurse.html

Nurses Group welcomed Trillanes proposal to employ nurses under RH Bill

Photo credit: http://www.senate.gov.ph A national nurses advocacy group welcomed the statement of Senator Antonio “Sonny” Trillanes IV underscoring the need for public hospitals to employ more nurses and other skilled health professionals in order to address a requirement under the proposed reproductive health (RH) bill on maternal health care and skilled birth attendance. Trillanes made the statement […]

AYNLA awarded for its public service programs by H&L Magazine

Health exemplars to be awarded A healthy lifestyle and other health promotion activities are considered important treatment strategies to prevent non-communicable diseases like heart diseases, strokes, chronic lung diseases and cancers. Hence, these diseases are also called lifestyle diseases. On the 10th year anniversary of H&L (Health & Lifestyle) magazine, its medical advisory board and […]

[National News] Ang Nars gets nod from COMELEC as Partylist Group

[from Rappler.com] MANILA, Philippines – There’s no stopping at least 14 groups from getting their much-desired partylist seat in Congress, even after being delisted by the Commission on Elections (Comelec). Partylist groups that were earlier rejected or delisted by the poll body took another chance to be included in the 2013 midterm elections. They are […]

AYNLA Nurses invited by UNFPA to join the Family Planning Summit in the Business Sector

Representatives from AYNLA International were invited by the United Nations Population Fund to attend a national business sector summit on family planning will be held in Manila on 15 November 2012 in conjunction with the global launch of the State of World Population 2012 report By Choice, Not By Chance: Family Planning, Human Rights and Development. […]

[Health Research] Nurse, Can I Offer You a Chair Massage?

[From: Medscape Nurses > Viewpoints] Laurie Scudder, DNP, NP  Oct 29, 2012Authors & Disclosures Feasibility and Effect of Chair Massage Offered to Nurses During Work Hours on Stress-Related Symptoms: A Pilot StudyEngen DJ, Wahner-Roedler DL, Vincent A, et alComplement Ther Clin Pract. 2012;18:212-215 Photo Credits to: herbalhealings.com Stress: It’s Part of the Job Stress is often viewed as just part of […]

[AYNLA Nueva Ecija] Sanduguan 2012

For inquiries please contact: Nr. BILLY JAY GUANSINGChairpersonProvincial Youth Development Council of Nueva EcijaSecretary of the Interior & Chapter ManagementAYNLA International Inc. E-mail: billy.guansing@aynla.orgMobile: (0917) 420 2492

[Health News] Night-Shift Work Ups the Risk for Various Cancers in Men

[From Medscape Medical News > Oncology] By: Zosia Chustecka |Oct 31, 2012 Men working at night had approximately double the risk of those who did not work the night shift for many different cancers, according to a Canadian case–control study published in November 1 issue of the American Journal of Epidemiology. “The results suggest that night work may increase cancer risk at several sites […]

1st NCR Zonal Conference Online Registration Form

REGISTRATION FEE Registered Nurses / Nurse Graduates     P800 (flat rate) Student Nurses                                           P700 (flat rate) *We discourage on-site registration. Payments should be made through: AYNLA Local Chapters / Designated Payment Centers Find the nearest local chapter […]

[Youth News] Do not punish pregnant students, Youth Commission to Schools

Photo credit: http://smartteens.cfsites.org The National Youth Commission (NYC) welcomes the pronouncement of the Department of Education (DepEd) prohibiting the penalizing of students because of pregnancy. This is under the DepEd’s Child Protection Policy that disallows the discrimination against pregnant students. The youth agency was quick to point out that this policy only covers public schools. “We […]