MANILA DOCTORS COLLEGE Pres. Diosdado Macapagal Blvd.

Metropolitan Park, Pasay City

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in NCM 105 Leadership and Management/ Professional Adjustment (Staff Development)

A Seminar Entitled, “HULI KA” (Ethical and Legal Issues in the Workplace)

Submitted to: Mr. Rolando Y. Fausto Mr. Jupiter V. Cajigal

Prepared By: BSN IVB- 01

January 11, 2010

Table of Contents BACKGROUND OF THE SEMINAR .............................................................................. 1 Introduction .................................................................................................................. 1 Topics Included ............................................................................................................ 1 OBJECTIVES ................................................................................................................. 2 General Objective ........................................................................................................ 2 Specific Objectives ....................................................................................................... 2 RESPONDENTS ............................................................................................................. 3 PLANNING AND ORGANIZING ..................................................................................... 4 Topic Formation ........................................................................................................... 4 Title Formulation .......................................................................................................... 5 Division of Labor ....................................................................................................... 6-8 Organizational Chart .................................................................................................... 9 BUDGET ALLOCATION............................................................................................... 10 Budget Goal ............................................................................................................... 11 Guidelines for Budget Disbursement ......................................................................... 11 Projected Budget Allocation ....................................................................................... 11 PROGRAM PROPER ................................................................................................... 12 Program Guide ........................................................................................................... 12 Invocation................................................................................................................... 13 Opening Remarks ...................................................................................................... 13 Content of Lecture ................................................................................................ 14-21 Closing Remarks ........................................................................................................ 21 Closing Prayer ........................................................................................................... 22 PHOTOGRAPHS ..................................................................................................... 23-27 FINANCIAL REPORT ................................................................................................... 28 Breakdown of Expenses ....................................................................................... 29-30 EVALUATION ............................................................................................................... 31 APPENDICES ............................................................................................................... 32 Appendix A : Certificate of Appreciation .................................................................... 33 Appendix B : Certificate of Participation ..................................................................... 34 Appendix C : Posters ................................................................................................. 35 Appendix D : Letter of Invitation ................................................................................. 36 Appendix E : Invitation ............................................................................................... 37

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BACKGROUND OF THE SEMINAR
HULI KA! Ethical & Legal issues in the workplace. Introduction “Huli ka”, a phrase used to acknowledge capture of another while committing an untoward act has been the mainstay title of BSN IVB1’s seminar. Nurses as stewards of benevolence should be guided by what is ethical, to uphold the truth and moral justice. A nurse undergoing the nursing practice is exposed to various ethical and legal responsibilities. Though the sense of duty may have been naturally developed during formal education, the enhancement of such tasks may have been overlooked and later developed in the clinical area. With proper cultivation and awareness of these responsibilities through staff development, the nurse will be able to efficiently manage these key issues leading to the ultimate goal of quality and ethical nursing care. Thus, this seminar was conducted in order to enhance the knowledge, awareness, skills, and attitude of future nurses providing not only an insight of the ethical and legal issues in nursing but also to present the realities that nurses face in practice.

Topics included: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Abortion Absconding Cadaver Harvesting Cheaper Medicine Bill (Issues in prescribing branded medications) ―Do Not Resuscitate‖ or Euthanasia Cheaper Medicine Bill (Issues in prescribing branded medications) Medico- legal Cases

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OBJECTIVES
General Objective To equip the participants with the proper knowledge of the ethical and legal responsibilities towards competent patient care.

Specific Objectives At the end of the 2 hours seminar, the participants will be able to: 1. Identify the ethical and legal issues concerning nurses in the workplace. 2. Familiarize the participants with the ethical and legal responsibilities in taking care of patients. 3. Identify the ethical and legal issues and its implications in the workplace, 4. Realize and value the importance of ethical and legal responsibilities and its outcome in patient care.

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RESPONDENTS
The seminar targets all interested parties who wish to learn more about the ethical and legal issues encountered by a nurse in the workplace. The seminar is bounded by its objectives not limiting itself to the conceptions of these ethical and legal issues but is fueled by the curiosity and needs of the participants. The scope of respondents includes but is not limited to the following: A. Undergraduate Nursing Students (B.S. Nursing Levels 1 to 4) B. Clinical Instructors C. Professors/Lecturers D. Administrative Personnel E. Other interested parties in Manila Doctors College

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PLANNING AND ORGANIZING
TOPIC FORMATION During the initial stages of planning, the general topic for BSNIVB1’s seminar was nominated by six (6) students. The nominated topic includes the following: 1. Career Paths in Nursing 2. Community Health Nursing 3. Ethical and Moral Issues 4. Ethical and Legal Issues 5. Military Nursing 6. Nursing Informatics By which through a vote was casted through elimination to determine the course of BSNIVB1’s seminar topic which, resulted to a unanimous vote for Ethical and Moral Issues as the seminar topic.

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Career Paths in Community Nursing Health Nursing 5 8

Ethical and Moral Issues 4

Ethical and Legal Issues 20

Military Nursing 5

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TITLE FORMULATION To captivate the attention of the target respondents/participants, a title needs to be short and informative. Three (3) titles were nominated to fulfill this goal, among which were: 1. Takip-Silip 2. Huli Ka! 3. May Ethics ka ba?!? By which through a vote was casted through elimination to determine the course of BSNIVB1’s seminar title, which resulted to a unanimous vote for Huli Ka! as the seminar title due to its relevance with the selected seminar topic.

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Takip-Silip 9

Huli Ka! 27

May Ethics Ka Ba?!? 4

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DIVISION OF LABOR In order for the seminar to become viable, several working committees were created to evenly distribute manpower and ensure an efficient workflow. To accomplish the necessary tasks, the following committees formed were: Committee Members Tasks To create a feasible program flow To produce certificate for the participants and speaker To set-up and oversee the registration process To create, reproduce and disseminate promotional materials (Posters, tarpaulins, teasers) To create, reproduce and disseminate invitations to target respondents/participants *Niño Noel Navarrete Food and Drinks Committee Jane Kristine Chua Diane Angeli Marie Geli Louise Arianne Nacorda *Ron Ryan Bautista Eymar Caluag Guest Relations Committee Lowell Getuiza Michael Jao Celeste Madueno Marie Christine Narciso Ana Marie Rae Toldoya To select food and drinks to be prepared To prepares and serve food and drinks during the the seminar To search and invite a guest speaker To conduct follow ups and coordinate with the invited speaker To create and disseminate invitation letters to candidate speakers To serve as ushers/usherettes during

*Carlo John Delano Invitation Committee Darryl Magadia Abby Navarro Merry Joy Reyes Erik Joseph Wong

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the seminar To control the crowd by controlling the crowd flow *Luigi Tremucha Reigne Martin Cabuhat Benedict Cailao Dalyn Ermo Rea Gonzalodo Icy Guia Magno Precian Eve Maraan Physical Arrangement Committee Nina Kathleen Mendoza Geraline Placido Maria Carissa Ocampo Rachelle Grace Rivera Victor Anthony Santos Zsarina Solante Dianne Kristel Tabin Ma. Teresa Tan Documentation Committee *Paolo Alberto Planas Joysville S. Tiu Virginia May Gonzales To provide photograph and video coverage of the seminar To create a concise compilation and report of the whole seminar To allocate the budget for the seminar *Bernadette Legaspi Finance Committee Floricia Gomez Marivic Manalo To collect funds for the seminar To safe guard the collected funds To oversee the release and approval of funds to the appropriate committees To produce a financial
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To make reservations for the needed audio equipment To create a list of audio tracks to be played To make reservations for the needed stage lights To determines the appropriate placement and setting of lights To decorate and prepare the seminar venue (Chairs, tables, stage, room reservation) To create a theme for the event

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report of the seminar To collect the registration fee from the participants
* = Committee Head

OVER-ALL HEAD Xavier Christopher Galang BSN IVB-01 Class President Erme Dimapasoc BSN IVB-01 Class Vice President MASTERS OF CERMONIES Maria Angelica Cielo Acosta Ian Jerome Pring

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ORGANIZATIONAL CHART In order to show the structure of BSNIVB1’s organizational hierarchy, an organizational chart was formed to elicit the relationships and relative ranks of its parts to the assigned committees in order to create a productive and functional work environment.
Norma M. Dumadag, RN MN Dean, College of Nursing

Ma. Victoria S. David, RN, MAN College Secretary

Francis C. Castilla, RN, LLB, MAN Academic Coordinator

Celeste B. Vidal, RN, MD, MAN Level 4 Coordinator

Rolando Y. Fausto, RN, MAN Faculty Adviser

Xavier Galang BSNIVB1 Class President

INVITATION COMMITTEE

FOOD AND DRINKS COMMITTEE

GUEST RELATIONS COMMITTEE

PHYSICAL ARRANGEMENT COMMITTEE

DOCUMENTATION COMMITTEE

FINANCE COMMITTEE

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BUDGET ALLOCATION
Budget allocation is vital to determine and estimate the fiscal needs of each working committee. To effectively allocate the necessary funds, activity based budgeting was used to allocate overhead and other costs to each committee which may also adopt activity-based budgeting (ABB). Activity-based budgeting starts with forecasting the planned savings and expenditures for each task assigned.

However, a set of guidelines regarding the monetary collection and budget for the seminar was imposed by the College of Nursing to assure that unnecessary collection or costs would be made for the seminar. With this in mind, a projected gross budget of Eight Thousand Two Hundred Pesos (Php 8,200.00) acquired through the collection of Two Hundred Pesos (Php 200.00) per student (41 students) was targeted to cover all operational costs.

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BUDGET GOAL The goal of the Finance Committee was to maintain the financial expenditures within or less than the projected gross budget of Eight Thousand Two Hundred Pesos (Php 8,200.00)

GUIDELINES: 1. Each committee shall submit a request of their estimated costing to determine the allocation of the appropriate budget. 2. All budget requisitions will not be released without the approval of the class president. 3. Receipts and liquidations from all purchases shall be submitted to the Finance Committee.

Projected Budget Allocation Committee Invitation Committee Food and Drinks Committee Guest Relations Committee Physical Arrangement Committee Documentation Committee Finance Committee Contingency Fund (30% of Projected Gross Budget) TOTAL PROJECTED BUDGET Budget Allocation 1,000.00 1,000.00 2,500.00 800.00 500.00 0.00 2,400.00 8,200.00

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PROGRAM PROPER
I. Invocation II. Philippine National Anthem III. Opening Remarks IV. Introduction of the Guest Speaker V. Seminar Proper VI. Open Forum VII. Intermission Number A. Song B. Dance Nina Kathleen Mendoza Lowell Getuiza Michael Jao Marivic Manalo Carlo Delano VIII. Awarding of Certificate of Appreciation Xavier Christopher Galang (BSN IVB-01 Class President) Erme Dimapasoc (BSN IVB-01 Vice President) Paolo Alberto Planas (Student Council President) IX. Closing Remarks X. Closing Prayer XI. MDC Hymn Erme Dimapasoc Icy Guia Magno Celeste Madueno Virginia May Gonzales Xavier Christopher Galang Marie Christine Narciso Guest Speaker

Master of the Ceremonies: Maria Angelica Cielo Acosta and Ian Jerome Pring

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INVOCATION “Lord, guide us as we are gathered here today that we may gain new information about the topics to be presented in this seminar and that we may actively participate in the discussion. Lord, give our speaker and professors the wisdom so that they may share their knowledge unto us. We offer this for the greater glory of your name.” Amen. OPENING REMARKS
To Our Dear Guests, Dr. Lino C. Reynoso Academic Director Norma M. Dumadag Dean of College of Nursing Dr. Armand T. Laguimun Dean of College of Arts and Sciences Maria Victoria S. David College Secretary Mr. Francis C. Castilla Academic coordinator Celeste B. Vidal RLE coordinator Rolando Y. Fausto Adviser

And to our fellow students. I welcome you to our seminar entitled Huli Ka! Ethical and legal issues in the workplace. I would like to thank the people who made this happen, to the college of nursing, the administration of Manila Doctors College, to our adviser Mr. Rolando Fausto and to my classmates in BSN IV-B1 who dedicated their time and effort for this seminar.

Huli ka, a phrase usually used to acknowledge capture of another while committing an untoward act. Being free from errors entails a big challenge to all of us. This challenge is something that we have to face for the benefit our clients. I believe with this seminar, we are stepping forward towards our goal. Nurses should always follow what is ethical and uphold what they know is right. Being in the nursing field involves ethical and legal responsibility. Some may have garnered it during their college years while others developed it when they were already in the clinical area. Having a resource person to share important information about these key issues gives us an edge. This will help us nurses reach towards our ultimate goal which is excellence.

Again I would like to thank everyone for coming, may this activity be fruitful. Good Afternoon to all

Xavier Christopher Galang BSN IVB-01 Class President

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CONTENT OF LECTURE ---------------Start of Lecture--------------Legal Issues and Ethical Dilemmas By: Daryl P. Separo, RN Ethics Studying the principles of morality Nursing Ethics The study of the historical and contemporary foundations of professional nursing action in order to understand what is the good that nursing provides for individuals and society Legal Issues to be discussed  Absconding  Illegal Detention  Organ Donation  Abortion  Euthanasia  Substitution  Admission Refusal Absconding To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoid arrest or prosecution. Characteristics of Absconding Patients  Male  30-39 years old  General Medicine Ward Patients

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Handling Absconding  Search  Inform Nurse Supervisor/Head Nurse  Determine the condition of the patient  Inform the Attending Physician  Inform the Police  Inform the Hospital Director  Inform relatives If found, inform relevant persons   Illegal Detention Occurs when people are arbitrarily arrested or imprisoned without charge or trial for an indefinite amount of time by authorities seeking to either extort money or land or to silence their victims. RA 3439 “Hospital Detention Law” ―An Act Prohibiting the Detention of Patients in Hospitals and Medical Clinics on Grounds of Nonpayment of Hospital Bills or Medical Expenses‖ Qualification for Hospital Detention 1. The patient who is partially or fully recovered has expressed his/ her intention to leave the hospital or medical clinic, or the attending physician has issued a discharge order. 2. The patient is not confined in a private room and is financially incapable to settle in part or in full the corresponding hospital bills or medical expenses/ hospitalization expenses. 3. Patient has executed a promissory note covering the unpaid hospital bills or medical expenses/ hospitalization expenses; and 4. The officer or employee of the hospital or medical clinic responsible for releasing the patient has restrained him from leaving the hospital premises. Assess patient Complete an incident report

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Qualification for Hospital Cadaver Detention 1. The medical officer has made the pronouncement of death; 2. Any of the surviving relatives is incapable to pay the corresponding hospital bills or medical expenses/ hospitalization expenses; 3. Any of the surviving relatives has executed a promissory note covering the unpaid hospital bills or medical expenses/ hospitalization expenses; and 4. The officer or employee of the hospital or medical clinic responsible for releasing the deceased patient has refused to release the cadaver and/ or relevant documents. Policies    Patients (except private) – Mortgage (patient) Deceased Patients – Mortgage (relatives) Deceased patients without mortgage from relatives – the cadaver can still be released

Organ Donation Qualifications   Proof    Will Organ Donation Card Oral or Written Donation (2 witnesses) Sound mind Legal age

Persons Responsible   Attending Physician (except the harvesting doctor) – receives donation consent Family or Guardian

Organs to be donated: Thoracic organs  Heart (Deceased-donor only)
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Lung (Deceased-donor and Living-Donor) Heart/Lung (Deceased-donor and Domino transplant) Kidney (Deceased-donor and Living-Donor) Liver (Deceased-donor and Living-Donor) Pancreas (Deceased-donor only) Intestine (Deceased-donor and Living-Donor) Stomach (Deceased-donor only) Testis

Abdominal organs

Tissues, cells, fluids          Hand (Deceased-donor only) Cornea (Deceased-donor only) Skin including Face replant (autograft) and Face transplant (extremely rare) Islets of Langerhans (Pancreas Islet Cells) (Deceased-donor and Living-Donor) Bone marrow/Adult stem cell (Living-Donor and Autograft) Blood transfusion/Blood Parts Transfusion (Living-Donor and Autograft) Blood vessels (Autograft and Deceased-Donor) Heart valve (Deceased-Donor, Living-Donor and Xenograft[Porcine/bovine Bone (Deceased-Donor and Living-Donor)

RA 7170 “Organ Donation Act” An act authorizing the legacy or donation of all or part of a human body after death for specified purposes Legatees Donees    Any hospital, physician or surgeon. - For medical or dental education, research, advancement of medical or dental science, therapy or transplantation; Any accredited medical or dental school, colleges or university. - For education, research, advancement of medical or dental science or therapy; Any organ bank storage facility. - for medical or dental education, research, therapy, or transplantation; and

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Any specified individual. - For therapy or transplantation needed by him.

Abortion Expulsion of the product of conception before the age of violability Intentional   Offended acted purposely to expulse the fetus Abortion is not intended but the violence inflicted upon the woman is intended Unintentional

“The State recognizes the sanctity of family life and shall protect and strengthen the family as a basic autonomous social institution. It shall equally protect the life of the mother and the life of the unborn from conception. The natural and primary right and duty of parents in the rearing of the youth for civic efficiency and the development of moral character shall receive the support of the Government.”

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Euthanasia "A deliberate intervention undertaken with the express intention of ending a life, to relieve intractable suffering― Active Euthanasia    Hastening death of a terminally ill or dying person Allowing an individual to die by not providing extraordinary intervention Refers to a coma like state induced when symptoms cannot be controlled while keeping the patient conscious Passive Euthanasia Terminal Sedation

Substitution Committed by a person who exchanges babies without the knowledge of their parents with the intention to cause the loss of trace of their affiliations. Revised Penal Code Art. 347. Simulation of births, substitution of one child for another and concealment or abandonment of a legitimate child. — The simulation of births and the substitution of one child for another shall be punished by prison mayor and a fine of not exceeding 1,000 pesos. The same penalties shall be imposed upon any person who shall conceal or abandon any legitimate child with intent to cause such child to lose its civil status. Any physician or surgeon or public officer who, in violation of the duties of his profession or office, shall cooperate in the execution of any of the crimes mentioned in the two next preceding paragraphs, shall suffer the penalties therein prescribed and also the penalty of temporary special disqualification. Refusal of Hospital to Accept Patients RA 8344 An act penalizing the refusal of hospitals and medical clinics to administer appropriate initial medical treatment and support in emergency or serious cases Sec. 1. In emergency or serious cases, it shall be unlawful for any proprietor, president, director, manager or any other officer, and/or medical practitioner or employee of a hospital or medical clinic to request, solicit, demand or accept any
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deposit or any other form of advance payment as a prerequisite for confinement or medical treatment of a patient in such hospital or medical clinic or to refuse to administer medical treatment and support as dictated by good practice of medicine to prevent death or permanent disability: Provided, That by reason of inadequacy of the medical capabilities of the hospital or medical clinic, the attending physician may transfer the patient to a facility where the appropriate care can be given, after the patient or his next of kin consents to said transfer and after the receiving hospital or medical clinic agrees to the transfer: Provided, however, That when the patient is unconscious, incapable of giving consent and/or unaccompanied, the physician can transfer the patient even without his consent: Provided, further, That such transfer shall be done only after necessary emergency treatment and support have been administered to stabilize the patient and after it has been established that such transfer entails less risks than the patient's continued confinement: Provided, furthermore, That no hospital or clinic, after being informed of the medical indications for such transfer, shall refuse to receive the patient nor demand from the patient or his next of kin any deposit or advance payment: Provided, finally, That strict compliance with the foregoing procedure on transfer shall not be construed as a refusal made punishable by this Act. Medico-Legal Issues Involving Nurses Malpractice     Elements     Presence of Duty Breach of Standards Foresee ability of the Injury Injury Implies the idea of improper of unskillful care of a patient by a nurse Denotes stepping beyond one’s authority with serious consequences The failure to use such care as a reasonably prudent and careful person would use under similar circumstances Law of negligence is part of what is known as ―Tort‖ law

Negligence

Common Cases of Negligence and Malpractice    Burn Wrong medication Mistaken Identity
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Falls Failure to report observations Failure to observe diligence Failure to respond to a call

The difference of a nurse from others is the heart, so when you face a tough time you know where to refer to. ---------------End of Lecture--------------CLOSING REMARKS
Thank you Mr. Pring and Ms. Acosta.

Our outmost gratitude to those who come here today to join us to be a nurse equipped with knowledge about ethics and legal principles.

To our dearest Dean of College of Nursing, Dean Norma Dumadag, our very approachable Academic Coordinator, Mr. Francis Castilla, our very hardworking Level IV Coordinator, Dr. Celeste Vidal and our very supportive Class Adviser, Mr. Rolando Fausto, Faculty Members, Batchmatesm, Ladies and Gentlemen, Good Afternoon!

It is indeed a very informative and great afternoon for each and every one of us. Especially today that we’re only counting days and weeks in becoming Registered Nurses, the BSN IV-B1 believed that it was an important thing that we, us future nurses, should have knowledge about legalities when we’re in the workplace.

Through this, we hope and believed that at the end of this afternoon, the whole class had given you knowledge and information about different issues that might came out when you were in the area. Through the help of our speaker, Mr. Daryl P. Separo, we expect that when the time come, we know what to do and how to act on it.

Let me end this by quoting something that we should be reminded of: “doctors know what drug to prescribe, medical technologist knows what organism is present there, pharmacologist knows what drug to give, but NURSES knows how to care for patient with heart.”

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Erme C. Dimapasoc IV –B1 Class Vice-President

CLOSING PRAYER “Heavenly Father, we thank you for the success of this seminar. This has been a worthwhile time for us to learn so much that we know will benefit us in the near future, being registered nurses not only as a title, but also in our own little acts as well. We pray that we may be able to apply what we have learned into our profession in order to serve You better through serving others. This we ask through Christ, our Lord, Amen.

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PHOTOGRAPHS

Students prepare and organize the seminar venue

Participants cue for the seminar

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The registration committee attending to participants

The Masters of Ceremony, Ms. Angelica Acosta and Mr. Ian Pring

Mr. Xavier Galang delivers his Opening Remarks

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Ms. Christine Narciso introduces the guest speaker

Mr. Daryl Separo starting his lecture

Students eagerly listening to the speaker

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Mr. Rolando Fausto and Mr. Xavier Galang awards the Certificate of Appreciation to the guest speaker, Mr. Daryl Separo

An intermission song by Ms. Nina Kathleen Mendoza

A dance presentation by Ms. Lowell Getuiza, Mr. Michael Jao, Mr. Carlo Delano and Ms. Marivic Manalo

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Certificates of Participation being prepared and properly tagged

Mr. Ermie Dimapasoc with his Closing Remarks

BSN IV B1 enjoying the success of the seminar

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FINANCIAL REPORT
SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES

11% 13% Physical Arrangement Invitation and Tokens Guest Relations Committee 36% 17% Food and Drinks Committee Invitation and Certificate Committee 3% 10% 10%
Guest Relation Committee Food Committee Invitation and Certificate Committee Physical Arrangement Committee Documentation Committee TOTAL EXPENSES

Physical Arrangement Committee Documentation Committee
3,502.00 1,094.25 1,314.50 1,654.00 246.75 7,811.50

A total of Seven Thousand Eight Hundred Eleven Pesos and Fifty Cents was spent for the operations cost of the seminar. The goal to spend within or less than the projected budget allocation was met with a budget refund of Forty Pesos and twenty One Cents per student which came from the savings of Three Hundred Eighty Nine Pesos (Php 389.00) and collected additional funds from the registration fee amounting to One Thousand Two Hundred Sixty Pesos (Php 1,260.00). All expenditures were properly represented and accounted.

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Total Collected Funds Total Allocated Budget Total Expenditures Savings Additional Fund Source Budget Refund

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Php 200.00 x 41 students = Php 8,200.00 Php 8,200.00 Php 7,811.50 Php 389.00 Php 1,260.00 (From Php 10.00 registration fee) Php 1,649 (Savings + Addition Fund Source) Php 40.21 (Budget refund / 41 students)

Budget Refund per student :

BREAKDOWN OF EXPENSES The breakdown of expenses are as follows:

Guest Relation Committee: Parker pen Speaker fee White Envelope TOTAL Food Committee: BIG juice Baked Ziti Mayonnaise Table napkin Loaf of bread Water Eggs TOTAL Invitation and Certificate Committee:
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Quantity Unit price Amount 1 500.00 500.00 3,000.00 1 2.00 2.00 3,502.00

100 1 1 1 3 4 24

5.50 96.00 94.25 28.50 44.50 18.00 5.00

550.00 96.00 94.25 28.50 133.50 72.00 120.00 1,094.25

30 Posters 4R Posters 6R Parchment paper Sticker paper Invitation envelope Paper Nalmero Perle Certificate Frame Photocopy of evaluation sheet Tarpaulin TOTAL Physical Arrangements Committee: Caution tape Thumbtacks Clear tape Masking tape Black safety pin Colored paper Black crepe paper Yellow crepe paper Bristol board Double sided tape Cloth tape Pentel pen 1/2 styrofoam Glue stick Handcuff Flowers (roses and callalily) with stand Balloons 8" Balloons 12" TOTAL Documentation Committee: PVC binding element Transparency films Copy paper TOTAL Quantity Unit price Amount 1 349.75 349.75 1 7.75 7.75 1 14.75 14.75 1 26.00 26.00 1 25.25 25.25 1 27.50 27.50 4 6.00 24.00 2 6.00 12.00 1 20.25 20.25 1 68.00 68.00 1 74.75 74.75 1 25.00 25.00 5 30.50 152.50 1 16.50 16.50 4 50.00 200.00 2 200.00 400.00 10 5.00 50.00 20 8.00 160.00 1,654.00 25 20 5 1 2 2 1 50 6.00 12.00 16.50 29.75 20.75 40.00 149.75 0.50 150.00 240.00 82.50 29.75 41.50 80.00 149.75 25.00 516.00 1,314.50

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6.00 48.75 186.00

12.00 48.75 186.00 246.75

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EVALUATION
To determine if the objectives of the seminar were met, an evaluation was conducted to collate data and determine key points for improvement in future seminars. The evaluation team made use of a Three Point Scale with the following verbal agreements. Scale 3 2 1 Verbal Agreement Good Average Poor

Among which five aspects of the seminar were evaluated as follows: Category I. II. III. IV. V. Speaker Relevance of the Topic Organization of the Program Design and Physical Arrangement Promotional Scheme TOTAL AVERAGE RATING Average Rating 2.80 2.50 2.60 2.90 2.80 2.72

In summary, with a total average rating of 2.72, the participants were satisfied with the seminar based on the evaluation results

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APPENDICES

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Appendix A

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Appendix B

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Appendix C

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Appendix D
January 4, 2010 Mr. Daryl P. Separa, R.N, MAN Adviser, Health Care Society Pamantasan Lungsod ng Marikina Greetings! In partial fulfilment of our course, NCM 105: Leadership and Management, we, BSN 1V-B01 students of Manila Doctors College, would like to invite you as our guest speaker for our seminar entitled, ―Huli Ka!: A Talk About Ethical and Legal Issues at Workplace―, to be held nd on January 11, 2010 from 03:00 pm to 05:00 pm at 2 Floor Multipurpose Hall, Manila Doctors College, Pres. Diosdado Macapagal Blvd., Metropolitan Park, Pasay City. We would very much appreciate it that you can give us and share with us a more in depth knowledge on the following topics ethical dilemmas being experienced by nurses: A. Absconding B. Hoarding Medication C. Cadaver Harvesting D. Abortion E. DNR/ Euthanasia F. Medico- legal Cases G. Cheaper Medicine Bill (issues in prescribing branded medications) We would very much appreciate if you could give us a positive reply on or before January 10, 2010.

Respectfully Yours, Ron Ryan E. Bautista lantis_412@yahoo.com 09063752021 Noted By: Rolando Y. Fausto, RN, MAN Faculty Adviser Manila Doctors College Celeste B. Vidal, RN, MD, MAN Level 4 coordinator Francis C. Castilla, RN, LLB, MAN Academic Coordinator Attachment: Objectives of the seminar Ma. Victoria S. David, RN, MAN Approved by: Norma M. Dumadag, RN MN Dean, College of Nursing Recommending approval:

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Appendix E

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FLOOR PLAN

Speakers Stage

Speakers

F O O D Chairs

Podium

Chairs

Chairs

Sound Control

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