Core Values

  • Love of God and Country
  • Caring
  • Quality and Excellence
  • Integrity
  • Collaboration


AIDS-WISE with Compassion: A "Liability - Free Zone" Environment

  • Salud B Zaldivar

Death By Rabies: The Last Frontier For Ethical Concern

  • Salud B. Zaldivar

Department of Health-UP College of Nursing Project on Translating Hypertension

  • Cecille M. laurente, RN, PhD
  • Araceli Ocampo-Balabagno, RN, PhD

Department of a Training Manual for Health Workers on Promoting Healthy Lifestyle

  • Josefina A. Tuazon, RN
  • Luz Barbara P. Dones, RN, MPH
  • Shiela R. Bonito, RN, MAN

Integrating Health and Wellness in Elementary Curriculum: A Pilot Study

  • Teresita Irigo-Barcelo, RN, PhD
  • Araceli Ocampo-Balabago, RN, PhD
  • Sheila R. Bonita, RN, MAN
  • Bernadette Pablo, MA

Philippines Nursing Information System

  • Dr. Josefina A. Tuazon
  • Dr. Cecilia M. Laurente
  • Dr. Fely Marilyn E. Lorenzo
  • Dr. Julita I. Yabez
  • Dr. Letty G. Kuan
  • Dr. Aurora S. Yapchongco
  • Prof. Cora A. Anonuevo
  • Dr. Araceli O. Balabagno

Relationship Of Social Support System To The Level of Self-Care Capability Among The Elderly

  • Miguel Edraira Mandaga RN, MA Ed, Adm., MAN


By 2030, PNA is the primary professional association advancing the welfare and development of globally competitive Filipino nurses.

  1. Promote the holistic welfare of nurses
  2. Generate programs and activities that would prepare nurses to be globally-competitive.
  3. Intensify membership campaign.
  4. Engage nurses to actively participate in the programs, projects, and activities of the association.
  5. Establish national and international networking/ linkages.
  6. Promote the professional image of the nurses and nursing.
  7. Guarantee transparent, policy-based and responsible utilization of resources.
  8. Contribute to nation-building through institutionalized social responsibility initiatives.
  9. Promote the Positive Practice Environment (PPE) for nurses.

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