HRH Deployment 2019: Important Information for Applicants

For those whose names are on the list as replacements and additions for September 3, 2018 to December 31, 2018, the schedule and venue of the Pre-deployment Orientation and Contract-Signing (PDOCS) will be on August 31, 2018 at the Regional Health Training Center in Cabatangan, Zamboanga City, beginning 8 o’clock in the morning in community uniform.

Be reminded to bring the following requirements in a brown envelope:

1. Three (3) pcs. 1×1 recent photo;

2. Drug Test Result from a DOH-accredited Drug Testing Facility;

3. Medical Certificate showing physical and mental fitness from a government physician of a government health facility;

4. Photocopy of Birth Certificate and dependents, if any;

5. Photocopy of Marriage Certificate for married individuals;

6. Photocopy of updated PRC License (except PHAs);

7. Photocopy of two (2) valid IDs;

8. Php 100.00 initial deposit for DBP ATM application;

9. Taxpayer’s Identification Number (TIN).

For those who would need accommodation, the dormitory shall be available for occupancy upon notification and confirmation.

For those who are already employed elsewhere, or cannot for one reason or another, health or otherwise, please do not proceed for PDOCS.

Also posted in PDOHOs.

Thank you and God bless!

Re: KaltaSSS-collect: For HRH Deployment

In view of the number of deployed HRHs wishing to be enrolled under the KaltaSSS-collect of the Social Security System, all the team leaders of each municipality are advised to gather the names of all HRHs who are interested per municipality in a written document for submission to the PDOHOs preferably within the week.

For queries, feel free to comment.

Thank you very much!

New Salary for HRH Deployment Program 2019

Following the Salary Standardization Law, the salaries for the posts under HRH Deployment Program next year, should the program continue, will abide by the schedule of the fourth tranche of the SSL which will be implemented next year:

DDP 36,942.00

NDP 33,584.00

UHCIDP 30,531.00

MTDP 30,531.00

PDP 30,531.00

FHADP 27,755.00

PHADP 22,938.00

RHMPP 20,754.00

But a sack of 25-kg rice will also cost 2,000.00.

Chreso University Zambia Tuition Fees and Accommodation Fees

Chreso University is one of the leading University in Zambia. Admission is currently ongoing and there is no interview. Below is the tuition fees and accommodation fees for the programs


For Public Health 7,430 per semester


Accommodation is 3,000 per semester



Chreso University Zambia January 2019 Admission Intake for Nurses Upgrade Course

Chreso University is currently accepting admission for the January 2019 intake both for regular and upgrade for all nurses.  Below is the instructions to join

Start a career in the health fraternity as a Nurse or upgrade your qualification with Chreso university.

Enrolled Nurse to Bsc Nursing 3years

Registered Nurse to Bsc Nursing 2years, 6months

For details: 0977141697, 0976900681


Prince Sultan Military Hospital Riyadh Saudi Arabia Vacancies for Filipino Nurses

Prince Sultan Military Hospital is in need of Filipino Nurses



 Government Hospital

 Riyadh KSA

 Female Applicants

Area of Vacancy:



 Emergency Department


 Must be (3) three years of working experience

 Doesn`t have 3 months working gap

 50 up bed capacity of the hospital

 Registered Nurse of the Philippines


 3715-6000 SR Basic salary

 2 year contract, every year vacation leave

 Free accommodation and free transportation

For Interested Applicant kindly send the following documents

 CV with job description, duties and responsibilities


 Diploma

 Summary of RLE

 COE (Prev-Pres)

 Passport

 BCLS/ACLS Certificate

For your further inquiries, please contact me at:

09208111704 / 09155839913

Or email me at:

Visit our office

Monday-Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm

Ground floor PHILDAF building 407 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. Brgy. Bel-Air Makati City

(Near MRT Buendia)

Look for Ms. MARITES


Prof. Adelani Tijani Bows Out as HOD Nursing in Bayero University Kano

Professor Adelani Tijani the Head of Nursing Department, Bayero University Kano who has brought tremendous progress to the institution has finally bowed out. In a message circulating around on social media and authored by him, he highlighted some of his achievements during his tenure as the number one nurse in the institution.

Below is the message announcing his exit from the office :

This is to inform all that my tenure as Head of Nursing Sciences Department of Bayero University, Kano has ended as I have handed over to one of my colleagues in the department.

Kindly note that as an Associate Professor of Public Health Nursing frm LAUTECH Ogbomoso, I went on sabbatical appointmnt to BUK on 12 January, 2015. I assumed duty same day as the Head of Dept of Nursing Sc. Upon expiration of the sabbatical leave, BUK offered me the position of full professor after due process was followed by assessing my publications in April, 2016 (backdated to 12 Jan, 2015 though). Hence, I continued as HOD in the dept. My four year headship finally ended on 26th as Umar Yunusa takes over from me @ exactly 10am on 27th August, 2018.

Therefore I assumed the role of nursing elder and professional father to all staff of the same department wt immediate effect.

I give glory to God for the following modest transformation the department underwent under my headship:

1. We conducted and succeeded in all accreditations exercises of NUC, NMCN, WAHEB and therefore the dept was born for the whole world to notice
2. We graduated the first four sets of BNSc products that wasn’t possible due to lack of accreditation before Jan 2015 I assumed duty
3. We graduated the fifth set, and our 6th set about to graduate in few weeks time
4. We developed four postgraduate nursing prog – PGDNS, PGDNE, MSc and PhD and we pursued these vigorously to get the University Senate approval . Then we took the first set of PG students in 2017/2018. The second set is abt to be admitted soon.
5. We ensure our students presented for NMCN RN and RM examinations perform excellently as we have been scoring 95 % to 100% success in RN and RM exams; hence, we have received NMCN commendation letters for scoring 100% twice.
7. We are among the few nursing depts the NMCN saddled wt the responsibility of conducting adaptation course for foreign trained nurses for their registration and licensure.
7. We keep trying to put our department on sound footing and we’ve been maintaining cordial relationship with all institutions offering nursing in this country and beyond.

NMCN, NUC, WAHEB, NOUN, the general public and members of this forum to take note of change in nursing headship in BUK for official interactions.

Thank you.
Prof. Adelani Tijani

PNA CPD Seminars for September 2018

Philippine Nurses Association (PNA) will once again offer a series of seminars with Continuing Professional Development (CPD) units this coming September 2018.


Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) recognizes PNA as the accredited professional organization for nurses. Membership in the PNA is mandated by the Republic Act 9173.


The recently implemented Republic Act 10912 or the Continuing Professional Development Act of 2016 requires all regulated professionals, including nurses, to comply with CPD unit requirements for renewal of their Professional Identification Cards (PIC).


Nurses must have 15 CPD units for renewal this 2018. If you are up for renewal this year, you might want to start piling up CPD units through the following seminars:




PNA Seminars Schedule


September 7 – Psychological First Aid Training for Nurses

September 1 – Millenials: The New Generation of Healthcare Workforce and Nursing Leaders

September 21 – Building Up the Logical Reasoning from the ‘Introduction and Background’ to the ‘Statement of the Problem’ and Ethics in the Nursing Research

September 28 – Enhancing Positive Nurse-to-Nurse Interaction Through APPRECIATIVE INQUIRY


Note: All seminars have been applied for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) units to Professional Regulation Commission – CPD Council.



(NO refund / NO chanqe of seminars)

• PNA Member P 400.00

• PNA Non Member P 800.00


– 1st 10 Registered Participants 30% Discount P280.00

– 2nd 10 Registered Participants 15% Discount P340.00

– For Every Three (3) attended PAID seminars 1 Free Seminar

– Renewal of PNA Membership 1 Free Seminar




INCLUSION: Certificate and Snacks


For further inquiries and confirmation, please contact Ms. Sherell Tabafunda at Tel. nos. 5210937 & 4004430 loc. 205. or Cell # 09286605503

Venue: PNA-AGT Auditorium, Phil. Nurses Association, 1663 F.T Benitez St., Malate, Manila

Time: 8:00 AM — 12:00 NN






Note: Scheduled seminars are subject to changes with prior notice. It is advisable to call/verify at least a day prior to the conduct of the chosen seminar.

CCNAPI’s Acute Stroke Nursing Course, 40 CPD Units

Critical Care Nurses Association of the Philippines, Inc. (CCNAPI) will conduct a a nursing seminar this September 2018, with Continuing Professional Development (CPD) units.


CCNAPI announces that they are ACUTE STROKE NURSING COURSE (didactic only) on September 3 – 7, 2018 at Room 3D Edificio Enriquetta Building, NS Amoranto Street (Retiro St), corner D. Tuazon, Quezon City.


This program is Applied for 40 CPD UNITS and intended to elevate the competency, skills and proficiency of Nurses in taking care of a client who is experiencing Stroke.


This is open preferably for Nurses who are working in Acute Stroke Unit (ASU), ICU, ER; however Nurses in other areas or other field are encourage to enroll for continuing education purposes.




h3>Registration Fee


Member Php 5,000.00

Non Member Php 5,500.00


If you are interested and wants to enroll, you may deposit your registration payment through the following bank details and send your copy of proof of transaction (scan or photo of deposit slip) together with participant’s name, PRC Number, contact details and Course attending.


Security Bank Account Number: 0382-047182-001



BPI Account Number: 1971-0024-56



For more information, you may contact 516 3891, 0922 817 3210, 0918 944 6897 or email






CCNAPI is the national organization of nurses interested in the field of critical care nursing. It was founded in February 1977 with approved SEC registration (CN 200813601), a founding member of the World Federation of Critical Care Nurses (2001) and accredited as a Provider of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by the Professional Regulation Commission (Provider Number 2009-019).