Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Hemodialysis Training Program


Our Hemodialysis Training Program, which is conducted in partnership with B. Braun Avitum Phillipines, Inc. and accredited by the Renal Nurses Association of the Philippines.

This five-week course is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide hemodialysis treatment and efficient care to renal patients. At the end of this course, participants should be able to apply the principles of hemodialysis in a dialysis facility; operate hemodialysis devices, water systems and reprocessing machines; practice infection control; provide renal patients with safe and efficient care; safeguard patients' vascular accesses; and coherently discuss hemodialysis with patients.

The program consists of one-week didactics at the Aesculap Academy Facility in Pasig City and four weeks hands-on training at any B. Braun Avitum Dialysis Center.

Registration fee is Eight Thousand Pesos (PhP 8,000.00), inclusive of kit, one set scrub suit, and meals during didactics.

The next course is scheduled on September 29 to October 31, 2008.

Only registered nurses are qualified to take the course; IV Therapy License is not a requirement.

Should you be interested to enroll, kindly register for the course and pay the participation fee to confirm your slot. Deadline for registration and payment is on August 1, 2008.

To register and for further inquiries, please call the undersigned at 633-7284 local 118.

Sincerely, Shiella Curativo

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

East Avenue Medical Center - IVT August 2008

DATE: Aug. 13, 2008-Aug. 15, 2008
PROVIDER: East Avenue Medical Center

To register, please call the hospital's Nursing Service Office.
Completion of 6+6+2 requirements facilitate issuance of IVT License by ANSAP.

Address: East Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines 1100
Contact Number: Phone no. (63 2) 928-0611, Fax no. 929-2031


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Monday, July 14, 2008

Internationally Recognized EMT Training


This is the initial entry grade for all professional pre-hospital care providers. This grade is inclusive of ambulance staff and nursing personnel who can demonstrate appropriate training and experience in line with P.S.E.M.T. published standards (Appendix 1 refers). Entry may be afforded to applicants who are outside the full time professional sector on achievement of the following requirements:

Completion of a P.S.E.M.T. approved 280 hour training course and the achievement of the required pass mark in all sections of the National Final Examinations thereof (Appendix 1 refers).

Proof of a minimum of 250 hours hands-on patient management in the preceding twelve months. This must be confirmed by the applicants Officer – In – Charge and duly approved by the Society's National Executive Committee. Completion of a minimum of forty hours continuous medical education. Submission of a personal log of experience gained. Successful completion of National Examinations. The minimum age will be 20 years.

The next batch of EMT-Basic training will be on

Septmber 08, 2008 to Oct 24, 2008

Admission Requirements: at least 3rd year college/university level ina medical course (i.e. BSN, BSPT etc.) or 4 year course grad subject to interview with the Training Director.

Course Duration is 7 weeks. Classes are Mon-Fri 9am to 5 pmTotal of 280 hours didactic, clinical theory and hands on + 250 hours post certification practical exposure if you pass the national final exams.

Venue is at Life Support's training facility in Cubao, Quezon City

Course fee is Php 20,000


Eric James I. Guillermo, EMT(D), AREMT-B Training Coordinator

Life Support Training International Phone/Fax (632) 415 3249Mobile +63 928 488 2966

National Secretary Philippine Society of Emergency Medical Technicians Regional Affiliate - Country Designate of the Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians