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  • March 19, 2014
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PACANA, DENISE ANNE S. (Program Committee Head)
A pleasant afternoon everyone!
As nurses, communication is vital in dealing with our patients, co-workers, and random people we encounter each day. Proper management of data is crucial in the performance of nursing practice. This is why the field of Nursing Informatics is becoming a popular field yet many nurses can be unaware of the role that Informatics Nurses plays in healthcare. This afternoon, we are Honoured to have a speaker whose experience and background will highlight Informatics in Nursing.

After graduating from the PAMANTASAN NG LUNGSOD NG MAYNILA with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing as a consistent scholar in 1987 he received his Masteral degree in Arts from the same institution in1993. In 2010, he finished his Master’s degree in Science in Health Care System Administration from the LOYOLA UNIVERSITY in New Orleans, Louisiana USA in 2010. He passed the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) Board exam and a certification exam from the AMERICAN BOARD CARDIOVASCULAR NURSE CREDENTIALING gaining the title of CVRN II. Awarded as the MOST OUTSTANDING NURSE OF THE YEAR in 2009 by the Texas Nurses Association and recognized as an OUTSTANDING FILIPINO NURSE in 2010 by the Phil. Nurses Association of Metropolitan Houston. In January 2000, He served as a NURSE UNIT MANAGER in the Cardiovascular unit III of St. Luke’s medical Center. In April 2001, he became the HOSPITAL INFORMATION SYSTEM NURSE COORDINATOR in the Asian Hospital and Medical Center in Alabang. In January 2003, He was a NURSE CONSULTANT, INTERVIEWER, & REVIEWER in STI Universal Worker (CGFNS) in Makati. In May 2003, he served as a PROJECT MANAGER & an ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR IV in STI College of Nursing in the University of Makati and became the COLLEGE SECRETARY of the same institution. In August 2004, he served as a STAFF NURSE, CLINICIAN IV & an INFORMATICS RESOURCE NURSE in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit in St. Luke’s Episcopal hospital,...