For the first time in the organization's history, the FNAQ Educational Day for the year 2021 was done in the virtual world. Despite the unusual setting we had for this event, it is with great enthusiasm to share to you that our annual Educational Day held last 16th of May was a great success. We would like to thank all the participants who joined us on the said event. We would like to give our sincerest gratitute to our guest speaker, Dr. Laurie Gottlieb, for the very educative presentation and for the very interesting and productive discussion with her.
We were also joined by some very special people from the Philippines. Thank you one again to the following:
1. Mr. Salex E. Alibogha, College Dean, Central Philippine University - College of Nursing (Iloilo)
2. Ms. Elizabeth Delfinado-Monsale, Officer-in-Charge, Valladolid District Hospital (Negros Occidental)
Please click the video below to watch the entire Zoom meeting of the event.
We are inviting everyone to join us for our organization's annual Educational Day. The event will be done virtually due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The link and the meeting ID provided below. Please refer to the poster below for more details. See you on Sunday!
MEETING ID: 841 6062 2620
We are offering another virtual review class for the upcoming OIIQ examination. There are only limited available slots so please refer to the image below who to contact for reservations. See you!
This year, we are celebrating the holiday season in a different way. We might not be eating our Noche Buena with our family on a single table, no karaoke and fun games with our friends or no Christmas getaway somewhere out-of-the-town. It is a tough and challenging time for everyone, but don’t let the pandemic take away the Christmas spirit. In behalf of our organization, we want to greet everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We do hope that 2021 will going to bring us light at the end of all this chaos this year had brought us. For the meantime, let us all follow the regulations by our Public Health officers, be cautious and be patient for now.