Posts Tagged ‘Nurse Training’

“Intravenous therapy is a nursing responsibility.”

Intravenous Therapy Training
As a Registered Nurse in the Philippines, it is mandated by R.A. 7164 (Philippine Nursing Act of 1991) that intravenous therapy is within the scope of nursing. The law also states that special training is required for the administration of intravenous injections and this training shall follow the protocol established. (more…)

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“A nurse is trained to save lives.”

Along with 30 participants from Western Visayas, I attended the Basic Life Support (BLS), Basic Cardiac Rhythm Recognition or Basic ECG Recognition, and Advance Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) training for healthcare professionals. It was conducted by Institute for Nursing Enrichment Training Center or INET Center at West Visayas State University.

The 2-day training was done by two instructors who were from Mindanao. They were Miss Mel and Sir Christopher. Both instructors were effective enough to share their knowledge and skills in BLS, ECG Recognition, and ACLS. (more…)