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CALENDAR of EVENTS 2022-2023
Our Past Parade Participation
CALENDAR of EVENTS 2020-2021
CONGRATULATIONS to our 2021 GRADUATES, Julia Adelan, Joyce Adelan and Timmy Borio (June 27th, Lunch time at The Nursing Office 87-02 188 St, Hollis NY
First Community Reading of The Legends Rising, July 4th, 2020
at the Irene Lumbrera Home Living, 87-02 188 Street, Hollis, NY 11423
Inauguration of The Nursing Office, NYC, celebrating International Women's Day with The Nursing Office Foundation,Allied Medical Staffing, Kalinga, LLC and NaFFA.
Advent Wall Street launches at the Philippine Community Center Services for Aging(January 08,2020) with Abatayo Ministries and The Nursing Office Ministry & Chaplaincy
Purple Pillars Productions presents a People Theaters
The Story of Pit Senyor, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Brooklyn, NY (Jan.4, 2020)
Past Events 2019
Past Events 2018
PLACE: 26th Madison Avenue (starts between Madison & 38 th St to 24 st (end)
TIME: 11 AM
Past Events 2017
Schedule of Events/Program Highlights
I OPEN HOUSE "WINDOWS to PCCSA" (Collaboration, Networking)........................Consuelo Almonte
II The World Through My Window.......................................................................Margarita Marfori
III Building Bridges Program: Networking for Artists (Windows of Opportunities)..... Ludy Resurreccion
IV A Window of Pakistan/ Pakistana....................................................................Ma. Consuelo Almonte
V A Window to Autism...................................................................Bienvenido Banez/Autism Survivor
V AHA Moments & Discoveries………………………………………………………………..Myrna D. Santos
CALENDAR of EVENTS 2016
On the celebration of The Nursing Office 10th Anniversary, The Nursing Office' Purple Pillars Production proudly present 10 Great Events for 2016.
Associated Events from Partners & Friends
- Dinner with the Devil by Enricos Foods
- Art Show: Satanic Desire (Putting God in our Midst)
- Satanic Rhapsody in Piano by Bienvenido Bones Banez
- Literary Exercises
- Poetry Reading of Satanic Verses
- Saving the Golden Girls (& Boys)
The Nursing Office PAGASA-SAI & Banig sa Bood HTS International, Inc.
supports Ma-Yi Theater Company's
By A. Rey Pamatmat and Directed by Ralph B. Peña
April 10, 2016 Sunday @ 4:00pm HERE 145 Sixth Ave, NYC
Tickets & Information www.here.org or call 212-352-3101
Tickets $30-35 Students & Seniors $15 Group Rates 212-971-4862
ABOUT THE PLAY
In HOUSE RULES, tradition and contemporary manners make strange bedfellows when the grown children of two Filipino-American families - neighbors in the same apartment building - come to realize their parents are not immortal, and that the rules of the many card and board games they play together are constantly renegotiated, as are the rules of living. In the mix are a tough-as-nails father, his sons, a physician and a comic book artist; a no-nonsense mother and her daughters, a doctor and a budding photographer; and another doctor who has mysteriously broken off his engagement with the old man's son.
Written by Ma-Yi Writers Lab Co-Director A. Rey Pamatmat and directed by Ralph B. Peña.
This is the volatile and hilarious cocktail of humans in HOUSE RULES, A. Rey Pamatmat's funny and deeply moving play about two Filipino families dealing with the impending death of parents. Meantime, there's plenty of monopoly, mahjong, and gin rummy to keep them all busy.
Post-show Talk: Tertulia sa Pamana @6:00pm
SPOTLIGHT: The Graying New Yorker"
Does impending parental mortality look any different from the eyes of their children?Traditional Filipino, Filipino-American, or cosmopolitan New Yorker?
Death can be a comedic illusion, as no one really "dies" and parents & ancestors live on in our genes and DNA, like cutting-edge DNA technology has graphically & scientifically established (See PBS.org's series, "Finding Your Roots," by Prof. Henry Louis Gates, Jr.). The Ancients have known this all along; hence elaborate rituals honoring Ancestors have always been an integral essence of every indigenous or ethnic culture in the world.
The graying New Yorker, living longer and spinning life as never before, must also confront this transition from being just a Parent or relative to that of becoming an Ancestor. The person (or memory of) plays beyond physical life as indeed, we can and have become Who our parents and/or ancestors were.
As America "grays up" along with the world's elderly, death as a comedic illusion in this play focuses a "spotlight" on this transition process and tinges it with wise, balmy laughter and soothing hilarity.
EVENTS 2016- 2017
UPCOMING EVENTS for 2018
January.........................Dragon Callery Exhibit
February.......................Will I be my Valentine...Forever Living by Imogene
Spring (March 17)........Krus at Espada (LIC)
May...............................Nurses Week "You Are"/ Living the Science
....................................Nursing Leadership with Maria Irrizary
June PIDCI Parade.......Las Islas Filipinas " Rajah Humabon & His Forty Wives"
August..........................Junior Seniors Prom
October........................PCCSA Forum: Preparing & Enjoying the Golden Years
THE NURSING OFFICE (TNO) and PHILIPPINE COMMUNITY CENTER SERVICES FOR AGING (PCCSA)
2017 Activities Report
Date ACTIVITY Expense/Monies/Staff
Jan 19, 2017 Queens Library Workshop on QL Staff Alina Valdez
How to Apply for U.S. Citizenship & Olaiza Castillo
Jan 22 – 29, 2017 Time Sheets Audit of TNO Personal Assistants work with
Horizon Agency on customer Paul Szto Ludy & Nieva
Jan 27, 2017 Attendance at Melinda Katz, “State of Queens Borough”
Address, York College, Jamaica, NY Ludy & Nieva
Jan 31, 2017 Launch Meeting of TNO with Forever Living Imogene Raypon
Jan – Feb, 2017 Time Sheets Audit of TNO – PA work with
Horizon Agency on customer Paul Szto Ludy, Nieva, Myrna
Jan – Aug 2017 TNO support of Women-Owned & Minority
Business (WOMB) with Saima Rehman Myrna, Ludy
Feb 2, 2017 The Nurse is IN Forever Living Entrepreneurship, Myrna, Imogene
New York City
Feb 16, 2017 Attendance at Phil. Health Information Mgmt. Forum,
Business Processing Forum, Philippine Consulate, NYC Myrna, Ludy, Nieva
Feb 18, 2017 Attendance at 2nd Filipino-American General Assembly,
Philippine Consulate, NYC Ludy, Ludy & Nieva
Feb 19, 2017 Business Meeting with John Llemos (IT) on
Access Healthcare Asia (AHA, Inc.) Myrna, Ludy, Nieva
Feb 26, 2017 Meeting with Nilda Jaynal & Gilda Sambajon re TNO
Las Islas Filipinas & Banig sa Bood, White Plains, NY Ludy, Nilda & Gilda
Mar 1, 2017 Council of Elders/Las Islas Filipinas Get-Together w/ Myrna, Gilda, Nieva,
Nilda Jaynal, 12 Drisler Ave., White Plains, NY Aka
Mar 2, 2017 AARP Volunteers Meeting, AARP NY, Manhattan Ludy & Nieva
Mar 15, 2017 Drafting “Mano Po” Journal w/Paul Dantes, TopsLLC Myrna & Ludy
Mar 25, 2017 Attendance at Aka & Dr. Francia de Vera’s son’s
Wedding (Rudner & Raquel) in Philadelphia, PA Myrna & Ludy
Apr 2, 2017 Attendance at Mutya ng St. Patrick’s Church,
Fundraising Event, LIC, NY Nieva, Myrna, Ludy
Apr 9, 2017 Attendance at NYC Attorney General’s Community
Meeting, Boys & Girls Club, Atlantic Ave, RH Nieva, Ludy, Myrna
Apr 19 - 29, 2017 Dragon Gallery Spring Exhibit, “WINDOWS,”
By Margot Marfori Bien, Margot, Myrna
May 2, 2017 Installation of PCCSA Green Banner at Front office Myrna
May 3, 2017 Attendance at Richmond Hill High School
Family Day, 114th Street, Richmond Hill, NY Myrna & Ludy
May 4, 2017 Forever Living Products – Display & Inventory Ludy
May 11, 2017 Meeting with Rose Campos on HR services Myrna & Ludy
May 19, 2017 CUNY Intergenerational Forum, NYC Connie
May 20, 2017 Attendance at Knights of Rizal/ Aka Tito Induction Myrna, Ludy
City Hall, New Jersey
May 21, 2017 Organized Native, Ethnic costumes from Ping Panlilio
Collection & Antique Shop, Elizabeth, NJ Myrna, Aka, Francia
May 22, 2017 Federal Reserve Fair (Resources for retirement)
at Science, Industry & Business Library (SIBL), NYC Rose Campos & Ludy
May 24, 2017 Attendance at book launching, “In the Belly of the
Beast,” by Marivir Montebon, Phil. Consulate, NYC Ludy
June 3, 2017 Boodle Fight with Rajah Humabon at his court with
Parade Participants Myrna, et al.
June 4, 2017 PIDCI Parade Assembly, Manhattan, NYC Myrna, et al.
June 6, 2017 Meeting w/ Ping Panlilio on Divine Child Foundation, Inc. Myrna & Ludy
June 22, 2017 Queens Library Workshop on How to Apply for
U.S. Citizenship Queens Library Staff
June 24, 2017 Moved out Sto. Nino Museum from Linden to Elizabeth, NJ Ping, et al.
June 27, 2017 Ugnayan Youth Meeting w/Terrenze Rienton,
Roosevelt Ave, NY Nieva & Ludy
July 11, 2017 TNO Meeting on Divine Child Foundation, Inc. Aka, Francia, Myrna, Nieva, et al
July 24 – 28, 2017 PCCSA/TNO Bereavement Support/Connie Almonte Nieva, Ludy, Aka, et al
Aug 6, 2017 Attendance at Mutya Event, St. Patrick’s Church, LIC Nieva, Connie, et al
Aug 11, 2017 TNO-Dragon Gallery Artist Bienvenido Banez’ Submission
Of art exhibit proposal to Queens Museum Bien, Ludy, Myrna
Aug 18 – 19, 2017 PCCSA Pilgrimage to Montreal with Aka & Francia Connie, Nieva, et al
Aug 21, 2017 FDGN Meeting with Ping Panlilio on 52 Georgian Ct. Myrna, Kitty, Ludy
Aug 31, 2017 AARP Volunteer Meeting, Queens Blvd Connie, Nieva, Ludy
Sept 5, 2017 Forever Living Products – PCCSA Sustainability Project Nieva, Ludy, et al
Sept 9, 2017 PCCSA Founder’s Day – How to Celebrate your 100th Connie, Nieva, et al
Birthday: Eric Lachica presents USMedicarePH.org
Sept 24, 2017 Attendance at San Lorenzo Ruiz celebration at Immaculate
Conception Church, Jamaica Estate, Queens Connie, Myrna, et al
Sept 28, 2017 PCCSA – FL Table at Richmond Hill High School Family Day
For Students, Parents & Teachers Nieva, Imogene, Ludy
Sept – Dec, 2017 TNO resumed support of WOMB project (w/Farzana) Myrna, Ludy
Oct 21, 2017 PCCSA President honored by PACCAL, NJ as
Outstanding Fil-Am Senior 2017 Connie, et al
Oct 23 – 27, 2017 TNO-PCCSA supports Irene Lumbrera to restore
Medicaid benefits Ludy
Oct 31, 2017 Closing on TNO-PCCSA Investment property for
Sustainability Myrna, Connie, Kitty
Oct – Dec, 2017 Transfer & registration of Connie’s vehicle with PCCSA Myrna, Connie, Ludy
Nov 18, 2017 Participation at 2017 Forum for Senior/Aging Com’ty, Connie, Nieva, Myrna,
Kalayaan Hall, Philippine Consulate, NYC Ludy, Gilda
Nov 24, 2017 PCCSA Thanksgiving Dinner Connie, Myrna, et al
Nov 30, 2017 PCCSA meeting on Support for PIDCI case Nieva, Connie, Myrna
April – Nov, 2017 TNO-PCCSA Temporary shelter for Attiq Rehman Myrna, Ludy, et al
Dec 3, 2017 Attendance at Red Poinsettia Ball to benefit medical Connie, Nieva,
Missions in Philippines (Aka & Francia awardees) Myrna, Ludy
Dec 9 – 31, 2017 TNO-PCCSA Support for Vicky Suba’s Confinement Myrna, Ludy, et al
Dec 12 – 18, 2017 TNO-PCCSA sponsored visit of Steve Hermosisima,
AHA, Inc. Manila-based partner of TNO Myrna, Ludy, et al
Dec 16 – 17, 2017 TNO meetings on Lena Bulatao’s Incident Report Myrna, Ludy, Steve
Dec 29, 2017 TNO-PCCSA New Year’s Day Dinner Myrna, Connie, et al
April 10, 2016................House Rules (MaYI)
April 24, 2016................Second Anniversary Santo Nino Museum
May 6,2016...................Nurses Week Presentation "You Are"
May 15, 2016................Richmond Hill Cultural Pizza
May 20, 2016................Fil-Am Seniors Excursion to Atlantic Day Care
June 5, 2016................PIDCI Parade "Rajah Humabon"
June 11, 2016..............."Kasalan"Aka & Francia Wedding
Rajah Humabon's Harem (A Tableau)
September 30,2016......Unveiling Dragon Gallery NY
October 10,2016...........1oth Year Anniversary, The Nursing Office
Nov. 19, 2016 ...............Thanksgiving Dinner "Satanic Desire"
Dec. 23,2016..................Year-End Christmas Party at RehabWorld
CALENDAR of EVENTS 2015
The Meeting and Melding of Cultures
Somewhere in Spain today stands a statue of the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan with a caption saying that Magellan died in Spain. According to the chronicles of Antonio Pigafetta, Magellan was buried in Cebu, an island in the Philippines. He died in the hands of Lakan Lapu-Lapu, the Chief of Mactan, who refused to pay the tribute that Magellan demanded in the name of King Carlos I of Spain.
The play "Ang Pagdating ng Krus at Espada" (The Coming of the Cross and Sword) is the story of Magellan as he sailed into the New World, in search of the Moluccas Spice Island. It was held October 2, 2015 in New York City, where the Filipino-American community gathered for a People's Theater for the annual fundraising presentation of PAGASA Social Foundation, Inc. (Philippine American Group for Aging Seniors of America).
The zarzuela, where actors act out the scenes in mime, while a literary narrator narrates the different scenes and the dialogue was Spain's legacy. Interspersed throughout the performance were songs and dances that so beautifully captured the mood and sentiment of the period. The close-up look at the characters gave the audience a personal glimpse at the souls that inhabited these beings, a chance to observe closely their body language and facial expressions peering through the internal musings of the characters, their doubts, optimism, and spirituality. The zarzuela successfully humanized the characters of Magellan and Enrique, conscious of their mortality and perhaps their roles in history, and of their fate in such a risky undertaking.
Enrique of note was a Filipino who started out as Magellan's slave. He was so knowledgeable that he spoke to Magellan of the Spice Islands, in the place where he was born. He eventually became Magellan's right hand, and the truth be told, was actually the first circumnavigator of the world, having come from the Philippine Islands and then returned back with Magellan in 1521.
In scene 3, Magellan meets and befriends the native Chief Rajah Humabon. This scene reveals to the audience, through Magellan's eyes, a vibrant and spirited culture composed of small kingdoms, rich in gold and ceremonies which existed among pre-colonial native indigenous peoples of the Philippines. This is the most colorful and festive scene, the meeting of cultures, where the beautiful, glittery and colorful native costumes of the Philippines were on proud display.
In the final scene, we learn how the Filipinos resisted valiantly Magellan's aggression. Very remarkable was the exhibition of the Kali Silat, the native fight dance, which represented the resistance of the natives from Magellan's incursion into the island of Mactan, where he finally met his death. In such an occasion, when most of the people who attended were Filipino-Americans, the true nature of Filipinos shines.
We offer our deepest gratitude to the author Cristo Rey Alunan who painstakingly leafed through the pages of the Pigafetta Chronicles in order to bring to life the truth about the Filipino's struggle for freedom and triumphs of self-determination. The play was produced by Purple Pillars Production, the theatrical arm of The Nursing Office Extended Arts, providing safe haven to creativity.
October, 2015, NYC
Watch for a full swing of Events as we officially open our Community Center.
Schedule changes every week (Bible Study Series/Meeting of Mind,Body & Soul)
Business Meetings, Networking, Brainstorming
- March 28, 2015....................................Spring Opener Flea Market & Bingo
- April 11, 2015......................................Health Fair
- April 15, 2015......................................Preparing and Enjoying the Golden Years with AARP
- April 26, 2015......................................Santo Nino Fiesta
- May 2, 2015.........................................Mother's Day Celebration with the Meetles!
- May 16,2015........................................Dual Citizenship
- June 7,2015.........................................PIDCI Parade" Ang Pagdating ng Krus at Espada/ NYC
- July 12, 2015.......................................L.E.A.D. Training/ by LEGACY
- July 19,2015........................................Intergenerational Workshop/ By My Baryo
- June, 2015...........................................LR Appreciation Day
- August 25, 26, 27, 28...........................Theater Workshop/ Richmond Hill Center
- August 30, 2015..My Baryo, My Boro ( TNO/ PAGASA Community Center. 2-6 pm)
- SEPT, 2015..........................................Founder's Day: Witness to a Renewal & Dedication to a Mission
- September 10, 2015.....................Preparing & Enjoying the Golden Years "Medicaid Entitlements" ( PAYAG Restaurant, 12 noon
- September 20, 2015....Health Fair with David Weprin(Smokey Park, Richmond Hill) 10-4 pm
- October 2, 2015.........................The Coming of the Cross & the Sword/ NYC
- Dec. 12, 2015........................................Parol Making( Filipino School ofNY-NJ)
- Dec.12, 2015.Zarzuela "The Coming of the Cross and the Sword" West Orange, NJ
- Dec. 17,2015................................Navigating the Caregiver Maze with AARP (Payag Restaurant)
The Cutting Room
Volker Orth (Debbie Silverfine)
Harlem Community Center
Elizabeth of Hungary Parish Hall(Marcos)
Philippine Center NYC
Astoria Manor (Nina Smith)
Sheraton LaGuardia( Myrna Gutierrez)
Long Beach Toburan(Irvy Sulit)
St Patrick's LIC
HERE ARTS CENTER
Since 1993, HERE has been one of New York’s most prolific producing organizations, and today, it stands at the forefront of the city’s presenters of daring new hybrid art. Over the last 20 years, HERE and the work presented HERE have garnered 16 OBIE awards, two OBIE grants for artistic achievement, a 2006 Edwin Booth Award (“for Outstanding Contribution to NY Theatre”) from the CUNY Graduate Center, five Drama Desk nominations, two Berrilla Kerr Awards, four NY Innovative Theatre Awards and a Pulitzer Prize nomination. 145 Sixth Avenue (enter on Dominick Street, one block south of Spring) www.here.org
Directions: Subway: C/E to Spring Street Parking: Available at 239 Hudson and 360 West Broadway
Dr. Prashant Shah's
Spiritual Awareness Workshops for 2017
(Dates to be Announced)
There are 4 workshops of duration of 4 hours each (one day only). Each one can be held on any Saturday and or Sunday.
Course-1: Living by Intuition
Intuition is the guiding voice of our soul. When we listen to our intuition, our life becomes more interesting, more joyful and more magical. The basic step for becoming intuitive is to shift the focus of our life from the lower nature, which is the seat of our ego and its by-products, to the higher nature, which mirrors our soul. Then we can use intuition to guide our actions and to give a deeper meaning and purpose to our life.
- Installing the spiritual seed; creating mental space; preparation; the practice; and some results
- The significance of Intuition; how to make your intuition reliable; attitude matters; intuition in spiritual practice
- Using intuitive inference to change the experience of your everyday life
Course 2: The Spiritual Tradition of the Ancient Hindus
Tradition is the knowledge of eternal laws and truths. Originally this knowledge was received by the Sages. Subsequently they passed it down the generations in the form of doctrines, beliefs, customs and practices. Over the years the spark of this heritage gets lost, and hence it has to be revived from time to time and kept alive for the benefit of humanity.
Here we discuss some of the basic ideas held by the men of antiquity in India.
- Belief in Karma; whatever happens is justice; karma yoga
- The rules for Dharma; the ideal leader (Ram Rajya)
- Spiritual Alchemy; the goal of surrender to the greater life
Course-3: The Biochemic Way to Health
Use Dr. Schussler’s biochemic tissue salts as a self-help measure to overcome your common disorders
Biochemic medicine was discovered by Dr. Schussler (a homeopath) over a hundred years ago. He identified twelve mineral salts that are essential for the healthy functioning of the human body. When there is a deficiency of any of these salts in the body tissues, certain typical symptoms arise. You can use these symptoms to identify the specific mineral salt deficiency in the body. Then all you have to do is supplement the deficient the tissue-salt in a dynamic form (6X potency); and the body will, of its own overcome the deficiency and return to natural health.
Here you will understand how disorders arise in our body; you will learn to relate certain kind of symptoms with specific remedies; you will learn how to pick the right remedy for typical cases; and you will learn to use the author’s book: The Biochemic Prescriber. The book can be read within one hour; you can begin to use it immediately; and you’ll be amazed with the results you get.
- The concept of holistic healing; how the biochemic tissue salts were discovered
- The guiding symptoms; the leading remedies for common disorders
- Treating constitution disorders; finding the remedy in practical cases
Course-4: Meeting with Men who walked with God
I learnt mysticism from Shri Nyaya Sharma (Sharmaji); subsequently I was influenced by Jasubhai Trivedi (Bapuji); and I’ve some interesting experiences with a healer (Shastriji).
All of them were inspired people and very unusual. Here I will narrate some of my experiences with them and some stories collected from people who were very close to them.
Dr. Prashant Shah
TULOY ang LIGAYA SERIES
- ARTS &CRAFTS
- DANCING & CREATIVE MOVEMENTS
- MUSIC (SINGING)
- POETRY & STORY-TELLING (Pabidahan)
- HOW to CELEBRATE YOUR 100th BIRTHDAY
Our Past Events
Over 200 Years of Caring & Service
Six Nurses from the New York Harbor healthcare System/ Brooklyn Campus, joint-celebrated their 60th birthday with a sentimental and happy remembrance of nursing
service and caring at the Fort Hamilton Community Club on November 8, 2013.
Purple Pillars Production presents
a Las Islas Filipinas
Celebration & Awards Party
July 14, 2013
Purple Pillars Studio at Bistro Gallery
1996 Morris Avenue
The Production Team and Cast of "Ang Pagdating ng Krus at Espada" celebrated last month's successful show at Jersey City Museum with a presentation of check donation to Fr. Beltran of Veritas Foundation to benefit programs to the Smokey Mountain Projects headed by Dr. Zal Velez and the Las Islas Filipinas group.
Purple Pillars Production
“Ang Pagdating ng Krus at Espada”
A Zarzuela Filipina based on the novel “Las Islas Filipinas” by Cristo Rey Alunan.
WHEN: June 15, 2013
WHERE: New Jersey Museum
350 Montgomerry St.
Jersey City, NJ
TIME: 3-5 PM
The Performance: A Standing Ovation
Where: Purple Pillars Production Studios
PAGASA COMMUNITY CENTER
Atlantic Avenue, Richmond Hill, NY 11418
Time: 10:00 am
Audience: The Casts
I WELCOME to the THEATER
II Las Islas Filipinas: A Coalition of 7,107 Islands
III Cast’s Report: “I am…., I’m from”
IV The Story Line: “Ang Pagdating ng Krus at Espada”
V “You are the poet, the music and the song” for Las Islas Filipinas
VI Networking, Auditions, Engagement
· Read on Philippine History: The Beginning
· Research on your character
· Trace your roots (Heritage)
NOTE: The WORKSHOP is ongoing; each of us is an important member of this Coalition/Production. While we value your time, we invite you to stay longer and integrate our missions into your mind, heart and spirit. We are the Philippine Renaissance. This is about us, our heritage, our culture, the very soul of our being.
In this Life Time Theater, you always have a part.
Art Exhibit at Riverside Gallery, Riverside Square Mall, Hackensack, NJ
February 23, 2013
Divine Child Foundation Fundraising at the Mood Lounge, Union, NJ, with the JAS Band
January 20, 2013.
The PASSAGE Art Show
Office/DOLORES: Colors of Pain
Michael Bacol &
The Philippine Center
556 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10036
The Exhibit runs from April 23 to May 4, 2012
Admission is Free
Monday 6pm April 23
The Role of Culture in Healing
Pandibulan (bathing by moonlight)
Featuring dance, music and folktales of the Yakan people of the Southern Philippines
A new evidenced-based concept on “The role of ancestral arts and culture in healing.” By Potri Ranka Manis, MA, RN
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Past Nurses Show Live
The Nursing Office.Com Sponsors 7th International Nursing Conference
The Nursing Office. Com promotes the 7th International Nursing Conference by the Philippine Nurses Association of America, (PNAA) Philiipine Nurses Association (PNA) and Association of Deans of Philippine Colleges of Nursing,(ADPCN).The 3 day-event was held in Cebu City, Philippines on January 7-9, 2010.
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