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Nurse Alvin Dakis

Quezon City, Philippines
Nurse Alvin has been actively involved in different advocacies and was exposed early in the arena of defending human rights during his high school years. In his nine (9) years of advocating rights, Nurse Alvin is considered as one of the most influential young leaders of his time in the... Full Bio
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Statement of the National Anti-Poverty Commission-Youth and Students Sectoral Council on the Death... by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Poverty kills.  The National Anti-Poverty Commission Youth and Students’ Sector (NAPC-YSS) mourns the death of a University of the Philippines-Manila (UP-Manila) ... Read on »
The New People Power by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing This simple gathering of bloggers and social media advocates is organized by the NCR Council of the EDSA People Power Commission in partnership with the Philippine ... Read on »
Anti-Poverty Youth calls to stop misinformation of RP-RH Law by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Manila, Philippines - The Youth & Students Sectoral Council of the National Anti-Poverty Commission reiterates their stand on the recently signed Responsible Parenthoo ... Read on »
Dissecting Cynthia Villar's "Room Nurse" Issue by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Cynthia Villar meets the nurses Before anything else, I would like to ask all my readers to have an open mind on this issue. I raised several points in ou ... Read on »
From "Room Nurses" to "Idiot Nurses": Filipino nurses wage against demoralization by Nurse Alvin Dakis 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing My attention was called again when a certain Grace Delacruz Manabat said that those nurses who are "accusing" her senatorial bet are 'idiots'. Well I do expect so ... Read on »
Misis Villar apologizes to nurses; Dakis, no excuse for ignorance by Nurse Alvin Dakis 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Saw this poster entitled: Dakis Vs Villar The online outrage of Filipino nurses resulted an issuance of an apology by senatorial candidate Cynthia Villar. ... Read on »
Nurses (and the public) deserve better than Cynthia Villar by Nurse Alvin Dakis 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing I was out of Manila when I received messages from Filipino nurses about the remarks made recently by senatorial candidate and former Las Pinas City Representative Cynt ... Read on »
[Vital Signs Column] Jobless by Nurse Alvin Dakis 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Photo credit: www.etftrends.com Vital Signs Column NURSE'S NOTESBy: Alvin Cloyd Dakis, RNMarch 01-15, 2013 Issue Unemployment or joblessness ... Read on »
Balentaynsdi by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Well, it's that time of the year again na kung saan bumabaha ng mga bulaklak, tsokolate, at kung anu-anong ka-sweetan sa daan, sa TV, sa dyaryo, billboards at sa mga t ... Read on »
[Vital Signs Column] Losing the Power of the Numbers by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Photo credit: http://1.bp.blogspot.com  Vital Signs Column NURSE'S NOTESBy: Alvin Cloyd Dakis, RNFebruary 16-28 Issue The December Nursing Licensur ... Read on »
[Vital Signs Column] No New Grads by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Photo credit:  www.pinoy-ofw.com Vital Signs Column NURSE'S NOTESBy: Alvin Cloyd Dakis, RNFebruary 01-15 Issue I was recently interviewed in on ... Read on »
Speech of Alvin Dakis as the 2012 Most Outstanding Youth Leader of Quezon City by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Nurse Alvin Dakis received the highest award as the Most Outstanding Youth Leader of Quezon City given by the Quezon City Youth Confederation and the Quezon City Sport ... Read on »
Why I left religion by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Just by reading the title of this article, you know where this is going and I might be called names after this. But my journey might be similar to yours - who knows? ... Read on »
Pahayag ng Partido Liberal ukol sa naganap na pagpupulong kasama ang LP Congressional Caucus sa RH... by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing PAHAYAG NG PARTIDO LIBERAL UKOL SA NAGANAP NA PAGPUPULONG KASAMA ANG LP CONGRESSIONAL CAUCUS Disyembre 11, 2012 Sa isang pagpupulong na naganap sa LP Headquarters ... Read on »
Launching the Progressive Youth Agenda "NOW TRENDING: #YOUTHVOTE2013" by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Upon the assumption into office by President Benigno Simeon Aquino III, democratic spaces for people’s and civil society organizations have opened up towards participa ... Read on »
The DOH Nursing Certification Program (NCP) Guidelines by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing The DOH Nursing Certification Program (NCP) will be launched today, November 23, 2012 in Manila. Health Secretary Enrique Ona will lead the turn-over ceremonies of the NCP ... Read on »
[Vital Signs Column] What is wrong with RNHEALS? by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Vital Signs Column NURSE'S NOTES By: Alvin Cloyd Dakis, RNDecember 01-15 Issue The nursing profession is facing with a lot of troubling issues recently - from poor ... Read on »
AYNLA awarded for its public service programs by H&L Magazine by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Health exemplars to be awarded A healthy lifestyle and other health promotion activities are considered important treatment strategies to prevent non-communicabl ... Read on »
[Vital Signs Column] Leaving Home by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Photo credit: http://globalnation.inquirer.net Vital Signs Column NURSE'S NOTES By: Alvin Cloyd Dakis, RN November 01-15 Issue In the recent times, ta ... Read on »
Public service is not just public office by Nurse Alvin Dakis Posted in: Blog Posts in Nursing Time and again I have been asked "would you like to run as party-list representative?" or "is your group running as a party-list group?" and more comments such as "we wi ... Read on »