PHILIPPINE NURSES ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, INC.
An organization responsive to Filipino-American nurses' needs and a positive force in the world arena of nursing
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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 submit manuscripts. The JNPARR covers topics on Nursing Practice, Education, Administration and Research.
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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.
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.
PNAA Press Release: Four Filipino Nurses Inducted as 2016 Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN) Honored at a Philippine Embassy Reception
The Philippine Nurses Association of America is proud to announce the induction of its members into the American Academy of Nursing who have made significant contributions to nursing, health care and society.
WASHINGTON, DC — Inspired by the life of Florence Nightingale – the 19th- century nurse who helped revolutionize the nursing profession – three Filipino American nurses recalled their climb to success and challenged their peers to not simply be content as bedside nurses, but to also become leaders capable of changing the workplace.