PHILIPPINE NURSES ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, INC.
An organization responsive to Filipino-American nurses' needs and a positive force in the world arena of nursing
Dino Doliente III, MBA, BSN, RN
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Do you want to be a part of PNAA's history? Enter to win a chance to name and design the PNAA Legacy Book. Book launching - 39th PNAA National Convention, July 2018.
Philippine Nurses Association of America (PNAA) Inc. is the professional organization of Filipino-American Nurses with over 4,000 members, majority of which are legal immigrants. PNAA strongly opposes the repeal of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. This program was created under the Obama Administration in 2012 that allowed nearly 5,000 young Filipinos – along with 800,000 other individuals – to receive work permits and to be protected from deportation. DACA has afforded true representation of security and opportunity of the American Dream.
The Philippine Nurses Association of America (PNAA) joins the American Nurses Association (ANA), the Utah Nurses Association (UNA) and registered nurses across the country in voicing against the atrocity over the treatment of a registered nurse in Utah who was handcuffed and arrested by a police officer for following her oath, the hospital's policy and the US Constitution.
The Journal of Nursing Practice Applications & Reviews of Research (JNPARR), the official international, peer-reviewed publication of the Philippine Nurses Association of America, is calling for authors to submt manuscripts. The JNPARR covers topics on Nursing Practice, Education, Administration and Research.
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The Philippine Nurses Association of America (PNAA) is proud to announce that it has selected four (4) distinguished nurse leaders as its 2017 Leadership Fellows. The PNAA Leadership Fellows Program is a yearlong program that supports the leadership development of Filipino descent in the United States through education and mentorship. This initiative serves as a vehicle to engage and empower nurses who seek high-level careers in leadership and management, education and research.
Please take time to nominate your nurse colleague, peer, friend, mentor and/or leader for the 2017 PNAA Nursing Excellence Awards. Download Nomination Forms here. Deadline for electronic submission for all nominations: on or before 11:59 PM Pacific time on February 10th, 2017.
PNAA invites you to submit your completed clinical, leadership, or research projects for presentation. We also want to invite Masters and Doctoral students to submit an abstract of their thesis, capstone or dissertation proposal for a Dialogue with Researchers: a Proposal Critique Session. Deadline: April 1, 2017.
In recognition of her more than 40 years as a nurse, educator and advocate focused on cancer survivorship, Dr. Karen Meneses has been named UAB’s 2016 Distinguished Faculty Lecturer, the Academic Health Center’s most prestigious faculty award.
The Journal of Nursing Practice Applications & Reviews of Research, the official international, peer-reviewed publication of the Philippine Nurses Association of America, is calling for authors to submit manuscripts. Deadline for Submission: March 30, 2017, Publication Date: July 2017.
Malacañang Palace, December 19, 2016 - In conferring the Banaag Award to the Philippine Nurses Association of Metropolitan D.C. Inc., the President recognizes its exemplary services in helping Filipino nurses be integrated in Metropolitan D.C., and philanthropic spirit in helping thousands of underprivileged individuals and families in the United States of America and the Philippines.
PNAA Position Statement 12/22/2016: A Call for an Integrated Rehabilitation Program Regarding the Philippines’ “War on Drugs”
The Philippine Nurses Association of America (PNAA) asserts that a successful rehabilitation program is an essential component of the War on Drugs. The right to treatment is a fundamental right, rehabilitation treatment is a health right – certainly, it falls under the scope and range of Human Rights.