PHILIPPINE NURSES ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA, INC.
An organization responsive to Filipino-American nurses' needs and a positive force in the world arena of nursing
meet the new pnaa president 2020-2022
San Diego, CA July 6, 2020 - Mary Joy Garcia-Dia DNP, RN, FAAN was inducted as the new President of the Philippine Nurses Association of America, Inc (PNAA) at the conclusion of its 41 st Virtual Annual Convention last Saturday, July 4, 2020.
Mary Joy Garcia-Dia, DNP, RN, FAAN
celebrating & honoring filipino nurses
PNAA in collaboration with NCEMNA published an article addressing impacts of COVID-19 to Ethnic Minorities from an Organizational Perspective in Journal of Transcultural nursing.
August 14, 2020
The Philippine Nurses Association of America, Inc. (PNAA) and CGFNS International, Inc. have signed a resolution to encourage Filipino nurses coming to the U.S. to use ethical recruiters that have been certified by the Alliance for International Ethical Recruitment Practices (Alliance), and to encourage staffing and placement firms to seek Alliance certification. The goal is to the ensure recruitment of nurses to the U.S. is fair, ethical, and transparent.
Advocacy: "The Power of the Past, The Force of the Future"
Join the author, Phoebe Cabotaje Andes, as she takes you through her childhood in the thick jungle of the Caraballo and Cordillera Mountains in Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines during World War II with her parents and the guerrilla hospital unit. While constantly on the move and hiding from the Japanese Military, life can be desperate yet inspirational.
The purpose of this award is to encourage and provide support to members pursuing a Master’s Degree, Post Master’s Certificate Degree, or Doctoral Degree in Nursing. The Scholarship Committee will be responsible for developing, reviewing, and communicating criteria for academic scholarship awards available to PNAA members.
The National Coalition of Ethnic Minority Nurse Associations (NCEMNA) is outraged, and calls for justice and accountability of law enforcement and institutional structures. Once again, a Black man, George Floyd, has been senselessly killed, before our eyes on national television.
As nurses, when we hear “I can’t breathe,” experience and intuition prompt us to drop whatever it is we are doing and quickly respond to a rescue situation. That is what makes the image of a police officer kneeling on the neck of George Floyd so haunting and disturbing- the story has resonated deeply.
PNAA reached a decision to cancel the 41 st PNAA National Convention scheduled on July 1-5, 2020 to comply with government and health regulations as an outcome of COVID-19 pandemic.
Saturday, September 19, 2020, 1-2PM EST
Saturday, Semptember 26, 2020, 1-4PM EST
Saturday, October 24 2020, 1-2PM EST