To update and improve quality teaching, performance and administration, College of Nursing, Pharmacy, and Allied Health Sciences (CNPAHS) initiated its first CNPAHS Echo Seminar in their Audio-Visual Room on June 16.
CNPAHS faculty members sent to various national conventions were the speakers of the said seminar. They reported the updated teaching methods regarding health, the current predicaments instructors face, and factors hindering lesson understanding among students.
According to CNPAHS Dean Dalisay Dumalag, “We tried to send faculty members to seminars during the summer to get updated about the different courses we offer.”
Other reports were updates from Commission on Higher Education (CHED) regarding the change of curriculum on courses like BSN (Nursing), BSM (Midwifery), and BSPharm (Pharmacy) in preparation for the first batch graduates of Grade 12. With reports from Mary Joy Llorente.
By: Kenneth Carlorio Surilla
The NORSUnian Vol XXXVI Issue 4
June 24 – July 1