SLCN Students Attended the ADPCN 20th National Conference for Nursing Students
The 20th National Conference for Nursing Students was held last October 8, 2022 by the Association of Deans of Philippine Colleges of Nursing, Inc. (ADPCN) with the theme “Transformation and Sustainability in Nursing Education.” ADPCN as an organization is innovative and competent; empowering Colleges of Nursing in the Philippines to achieve excellence in nursing education for national and global development.
We would like to extend our warmest congratulations to the students from TUA-St. Luke’s College of Nursing namely Shenny Muriel, Charles Aubrey Picadizo, and Steven John S. Evangelista—who were chosen to represent the school as delegates to the conference. There was a total of nine nursing students in attendance with Ms. Aira Narciso as one of the five speakers across all regions in the Philippines who presented the measures taken by TUA in ensuring a seamless transition from virtual to limited face-to-face classroom instruction. Moreover, the following students namely: Earl John Patricio, Chelder Teneza, Althea Marisse Tan, Vanessa Villegas, and Peach Javier, were chosen to present their research papers via a poster presentation.