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About Us

For the individual learner, the function of training and development needs to be one of providing an environment and resources that facilitate learning and maturing process in each person. The goal of staff education is to enable the staff to learn under conditions that foster changing behavior. As learning occurs, personal experiences are translated into new and different ways of behaving.

The training and development function in an organization involves a multifaceted purpose and definition. Training is an activity primarily directed at improving an employee’s current job performance.

The IANAHP is the section tasked to assist the staff achieve his training and development needs. Aside from in-service activities, the IANAHP, as a training arm of the Department of Health, also offers specialty courses and nursing updates for other institutional and organizational representatives (nurses and allied health professionals).

Quality Policy

We are committed to provide high quality, comprehensive and cost-effective education and training programs to nurses and allied health professionals. We shall endeavor to continually improve our methods and system of education and training to promote the highest standards of the nursing profession and other allied health courses.

Quality Objectives

The Quality Policy of the IANAHP shall be achieved by ensuring the following:

  1. The management and staff meet the minimum qualification standard set for academic faculty.

  2. Equipment, facilities, supplies and academic resources required for education and training are updated and at par with international standards.

  3. The academic methodology is well defined and continually improved to meet prescribed statutory and regulatory requirements.

  4. A learning culture characterized by compelling delivery of new insights in health care and dynamic exploration of nursing issues and issues confronted by allied health professionals.


Regular POST-GRADUATE COURSES

Requirements
General

1. Resume
2. Transcript of Records
3. Professional Regulation Commission License
4. Philippine Nurses’ Association Membership Card
5. Intravenous Therapy Card
6. Basic Life Support Card (adult, pediatric and infant) or Advanced Cardiac Life Support Card
7. Recommendation Letter from Dean or Clinical Instructor
8. Record of Vaccination for Hepatitis B
9. Chest X-Ray

Basic Skills Training (4 months)

Focuses on developing the nurse’s knowledge, skills, and values from novice to competent, to prepare him for employment either locally on internationally.

1. General Requirements
Dialysis Training (6 months each)

Addresses the multi-faceted needs of a patient on dialysis that will equip the nurse on how to holistically care for them.

  1. General Requirements

  2. Certificate of Employment for at least 6 months in a 150 bed hospital or Certificate of Attendance to IANAHP’s Basic Skills Training

  3. Renal Nurses Association (RENAP) Membership Card

Peri-Operative Nursing (6 months)

A specialization which teaches good judgment and critical thinking during surgical procedures and at the post-anesthetic care unit to make the nurse ahead of his league.

  1. General Requirements

  2. Certificate of Employment for at least 6 months in a 150 bed hospital

  3. Operating Room Nurses Association (ORNAP) Membership Card

  4. Nasal Swab Culture

Preceptorship Program for Clinical Instructors

Equips the trainee with teaching-learning strategies both in the classroom and at the bedside. Prepares him on his preceptor-mentor roles.

  1. General Requirements

  2. Certificate of Employment for at least 6 months in a 150 bed hospital or Certificate of Attendance to IANAHP’s Basic Skills Training

  3. Renal Nurses Association (RENAP) Membership Card or any specialty organization

  4. Certificate of Employment from College of Nursing where applicant is affiliated


Nursing Updates: September 2010


September 17, 8;00am- 5:00pm

Diabetes Management

Module 1: Physiology

Module 2: Insulin Therapy and Wound Management

Fee: P 500.00

September 30-October 1, 8:00am- 5:00pm

Oncology Nursing Course

Module 1: Cancer Biology, Epidemiology and Treatment

Module 2: Oncologic Emergencies, Diseases and Management

Fee: P 1,200.00


Our Expert Team

Department Manager:

Ms. Nerissa M. Gerial, RN, MHA, FPCHA

Supervisor:

Mrs. Mercedita J. Vargas-Jocson

Clinical Instructors:

Ms. Michelle Futotana

Ms. Merika Jimenez

Mr. Rancy Robin Celeste


Contact Us

Mailing Address:

Institute of Advanced Nursing and Aliied Health Professional

3rd/F Main Building

National Kidney and Transplant Institute

East Avenue, Quezon City 1100

Philippines

Email Address:

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Contact Numbers:

(63) (2) 981-0300, 981-0400 Local 3104

Fax Number:

(63) (2) 981-0300, 981-0400 Local 1133

Business Days & Hours:

Monday to Friday, 8am - 5pm


Training Program

GUIDELINES FOR THE BASIC NEPHROLOGY NURSING (BNN) COURSE

1. Methodology

The Competency Development in Basic Nephrology Nursing is a 4-month program which shall consist of 80 hours didactic and 560 hours practicum phases, a total of 640 hours.

For the didactic phase, lecture-discussion shall be the primary method of teaching, workshop/demonstration shall be used as may be applicable.

For the practicum phase, performance checklists shall be used as guide for the progress of learning at the patient care area. The BNN nurses shall utilize “Primary Nursing” as the healthcare delivery system and shall be allowed to perform bedside procedures and carry out independent nursing functions under the supervision of a nursing staff (IANAHP faculty, section head, staff nurse) with the RESTRICTION of handling pediatric patients and administering medications.

2. Expected Outputs

In order to meet all core competencies of a general nephrology nurse, expected outputs will include: completed written/oral/practical examinations, competency checklists, assignment as charge nurse, individual KRAs report, group case study, group OPS health teachings and group nursing update.

In order to obtain a certificate of Attendance, the BNN nurse shall be able to complete at least 580 hours but must not incur unexcused absences of more than 3 days and tardiness of more than 10. A certificate of Proficiency is given to those who shall meet the attendance requirements and obtain a rating of at least 82%

3. Schedule

First batch: January 12-April 30, 2015
Second batch: May 4-August 22, 2015
Third batch: August 31-December 18, 2015
Shift: 8am-5pm, 6an-2pm, 1pm-7pm

4. Requirements (updated/valid)

Academic
a. Professional Regulation Commission License
b. Philippine Nurses Association Membership Card (2014, 2015 renewal required)
c. Basic Life Support Card
d. Intravenous Therapy Card

Medical (recency of last 6 months)
a. Anti-HbS result
b. Chest X-ray

5. Mode of Payment

Initial payment is P 2,000.00 which is non-refundable and non-transferable.

Full payment for the P 15,000.00 fee or equivalent to P 13,000.00 shall be one week prior the opening of the course. Withdrawal shall only be accepted during the first week of the course of which only P 9,000.00 may be refunded.