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9th INTERNATIONAL NURSING CONFERENCE January 17, 2014, Manila Hotel, Philippines Promoting Solidarity through Global Health

and Sustainable Social Actions TIME 0800-0815 TOPICS Welcome Remarks and Presentation of Delegates SPEAKERS Victoria Navarro, MAS, MSN, RN President, PNAA Noel C. Cadete, MAN, RN President, PNA Ma. Linda G. Buhat, EdD, RN President, ANSAP Elizabeth R. Roxas, MSN, RN President, ADPCN Susan Mercado, MD Director, Building Community and Population World Health Organization Leo-Felix M. Jurado, PhD, RN, NE-BC, APN, CNE Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing William Paterson University, Wayne, New Jersey PNAA Parliamentarian & 15th PNAA President

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Keynote Address: Promoting Solidarity through Global Health and Sustainable Social Action

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Plenary Session: Empowerment at the Work Place Social construction of Filipino nurses in the Philippines and as foreigneducated nursesin the United States Break/Exhibit Poster Presentation Concurrent Session I A: Making Strides in Nursing Education Merging Quality, Safety Education and Family/Patient Centered Care in the Nursing Leaders Agenda: Philippine Experience Nursing Informatics: Adjunctive Strategies in Nursing Education for Patient Safety, Quality, Global Health, & Social Action Concurrent Session 1 B: Modeling Partnership between University and Local Government: Philippine Experience in Community Health Development

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Annabelle R. Borromeo, PhD, CNS, RN Senior VP, Head of the Hospital Operations Group Chief Nursing Officer, St. Lukes Medical Center Edmund J. Y. Pajarillo, PhD, RN BC, CPHQ, NEA BC Associate Dean for Faculty Services Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey Cora A. Anonuevo, PhD, RN Professor, College of Nursing University of the Philippines-Manila

International Cultural Immersion Gigi Melendez, DNP, RNC-OB Experience: Philippines at Chamberlain National Associate Professor College of Nursing Chamberlain College of Nursing, USA

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Concurrent Session 2 A: Translating Evidence in Clinical Nursing Biomarkers Tools to Determine Vulnerability and Assist Clinical Evaluation for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Infection Control: Of Bugs and MenWho will win the Eternal War? Concurrent Session 2 B: Translating Evidence in Clinical Nursing Cobedding: Does Practice Impact Nurse Perception Reviving RN Midwives for Maternal and Child Health in Barangay Health Centers

Maria Dane Lapiz-Bluhm, PHD, RN Assistant Professor University of Texas Health Science Center RN Epidemiologust

Shakira Henderson PhD (c), DNP (c), MS, MPH, RNC-NIC, IBCLC Research Specialist and Evidenced-Based Mentor Luz Tenefrancia-Llasos, PhD, RN Director of Nursing at Valley Grande Manor in Weslaco Texas Chair of the Community Outreach/Global Health Committee of the Philippine Nurses Association of America (PNAA)

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Lunch/Exhibit Plenary Session II: Community Outreach and Global Health Care Access Nurse Practitioner- Led Community Health Centers- Increased Access to Quality and Affordable Care to the Underserved and Uninsured From Philantrophy to Empowerment: The Impact of Medical Missions in Typhoon Pablo Devastated Community

Rebecca D. Graboso, DNP, FNP-BC, CCRN, CNRN Neurology-Stroke/ Neurosurgery Nurse Practitioner Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank, NJ Lyda J. Canson, RN Executive Director Bathaluman Women Crisis Center

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Break/Exhibit Poster Presentation Plenary Session: Philippine Health Economics and Impact on Employment of Nursing Workforce Here and Abroad Nursing Human Resources in US and The Future of Nursing Open Forum

Sonny Africa Executive Director of IBON Foundation. Ann McGinnity, PhD, RN, FAAN Chief Nurse Executive Sr Vice- President of Operations

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Wrap up & Evaluation