DOH Secretaries: Dr. Romualdez, Sec. Ona, Chair Duque III and Dr. Galvez-Tan The AYNLA team joins the Health Department in its advocacy towards a Universal Health Care in the Philippines. Last July 27, five Secretaries of Health came for a press conference to announce “The Secretary’s Cup” – a nationwide series of events to advocate […]
Original Article published at SunStar: http://www.sunstar.com.ph/breaking-news/2012/03/19/nursing-programs-80-schools-face-closure-due-poor-performance-211978 Monday, March 19, 2012 MANILA — The Commission on Higher Education (Ched) said 80 nursing schools risked having their degree programs closed due to low passing rates in the licensure examinations administered by the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC). Ched Executive Director Julito Vitriolo said these schools have failed to improve their passing […]
Photo credit: http://www.qualityathome.com AYNLA recently met with the founder that made the famous WellFamily Clinics nationwide. These clinics are run by midwives but now innovations are introduced to help nurses run their own home health care. AYNLA in partnership with WellConcern, ClickMedix and the Asian Institute of Management will create a business model where nurses […]
AYNLA NCR’s lead chapter, QC Chapter with Ms. Courtney Dunham of AEIRP The “Balai Sessions” is a series of group discussions on nursing & health issues, programs and advocacy done every 1st & 3rd Saturdays of the month that will be attended by nurses and interested individuals. The Balai Sessions is pioneered and hosted by […]
A China-based news agency, CCTV featured the plight of Filipino nurses and their struggle to get employment in the country last April 13, 2011. Here’s the link to the interview of AYNLA President Alvin Dakis: Nursing “Training” Program News Feature by CCTV Reported by Barnaby Lo The continuing struggle of Filipino nurses and the push […]
AYNLA nurses, President Alvin Dakis and IMPACT Health Coordinator Tina Siuagan got interviewed by BBC News London on the current status of the nursing employment in the Philippines that aired this month. Nr. Tina’s story was mainly featured and she showed how other young nurses like her would hardly find a job that is in the […]
Photo credits: www.incultureparent.com By Featured Blogger: Alvin Cloyd Dakis***When I was a student nurse, I remembered how zealously we taught every mother the advantages of exclusive breastfeeding and that it increases the mother-child bond. We taught about colostrum, performed the mnemonics of B-R-E-A-S-T-F-E-E-D-I-N-G through songs and dances and how fancy we made our artsy presentations […]
AYNLA is an international network of young leaders in health care especially NURSES who organized themselves to help achieve the UN Millennium Development Goals through Holistic Nursing Leadership that started here in the Philippines.
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A blessed and meaningful 8th Founding Anniversary to the Alliance of Young Nurse Leaders and Advocates International Inc. (AYNLA) Family!