Nursing Seminar Features Stroke Management

The College of Nursing held a seminar entitled Nursing Competencies: Bridging the Gap Towards Quality Patient Care and Safety last February 1, 2011. It was the 4th seminar held under the Nursing Development series spearheaded by Dean Carmel Villegas.

Dr. Rebecca Deleon Graboso, an accomplished Filipino nurse-practitioner working as head of the stroke unit in Riverview Medical Center, New Jersey, USA was invited to do the lecture. Her talk revolved on the concept of Evidence Based Practice (EBP) and stroke management.

The success of the seminar was evident from the positive responses by the students for keeping them up-to-date on
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Southville Nursing Students Capped

With the theme “Excellence in Nursing through Competence and Integrity”, BS Nursing students who had completed their Associate in Health Science Education were honored in the traditional Capping and Candle Lighting Ceremony held last December 11, 2010 in Luxembourg Gym. The special event, witnessed by parents, faculty members, and staff featured time-honored traditions like the pinning ceremony, candle lighting and the recitation of the Nightingale pledge.

A total of 61 students received their nursing caps and pins which they can now wear as part of the nursing uniform. The event also served as a reminder that more than “being in

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Over 200 Studes Sold on SOLID

It is through empowering the youth that we cause change; as the youths of today, are leaders of tomorrow.
Anchored on the vision “developing movers of society”, Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) recently held a career fair for high school students from Muntinlupa, Parañaque and Las Piñas. Dubbed as SOLID Career Affair, the event aimed at helping students decide on what course to take in college through mini workshops on examining one’s multiple intelligences, photography, website designing, creative writing, sign language, youthrepreneurship, a tour of the nursing laboratory and actual online stock trading at the school’s Capital Market
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Southville Alumna Gets Accepted in Yonsei University

Min Kyoung Kyeong, a 2014 high school graduate of Southville International School and Colleges, was accepted in Yonsei University which is part of the Korean Ivy League Schools.

“Minkyoung has excellent leadership skills. She can mobilize group who can work on for a project such as the Poor Urban Child. She also makes sure that academic tasks are her top priority. She gives her heart to our writing activities, oral presentations or any project that we have in the class. The school is really happy of what she has achieved,” says Ms. Raquel Alberto-Colangoy, Subject Area Head for Filipino and … [Read more]

Southville’s Way of Expanding Borders through Nursing Research

Southville’s College of Nursing has expanded its borders in the area of student research. Last February 20, 2015 two BSN research papers were accepted for presentation at the 8th MDCON Research Congress.

Effect Of Slow Breathing On Glucose Level And Blood Pressure Among Clients With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus by Ralph Austria, Christian Daliva, Angelica Dela Cruz, Clarence Delos Santos, Reminiscence Moreno and Astrid M. De Leon, RN MAP, PGCE, (2014). This group was awarded Best Research Poster during the in-campus College of Nursing Research Poster Competition held last December 2014.

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Making the Effort

Just after Valentine’s Day weekend, February 16, 2015, love was still in the air for most of the BSN students who proved their love for their adopted Las Piñas CAA community. If love is about giving your best effort and going the extra mile, then that was what the senior BSN students and faculty proved today. Waking up at 5:45 am, they started with an early morning walk to the vicinity of the Barangay Hall in Aratiles Street. It was rather early for their senior citizen counterpart to join in.

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National search for college scholars set on January 10

SISC is pleased to announce the launching of the search for the Top Outstanding Performing Students (TOPS) for academic year 2015-2016. This prestigious, competitive search is conducted among graduating high school students who have outstanding academic records and leadership potential. The scholarship, which is the major prize for the awardees, aims to support and encourage promising high school students to pursue higher education, thereby developing future leaders who will contribute back to their communities, and ultimately, strengthening the country.

The scholarship slots for incoming first year college students are available in the following courses: BS Accountancy; BS Nursing; AB Communication; … [Read more]

Empowered Communications: A Workshop on Business Communication

The Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) AB Communication students invited the seniors from CAA National High school to an outreach program entitled Empowered Communications: A Workshop on Business Communication.
The event, organized by the Development Communication class under Professor Marilou Gonzales had lectures on writing Resumes and Application Letters, Job Interview Etiquette, Basics of Power Dressing and Grooming and Call/Reception Inquiry. The organizers made sure that the topics would be able to help and guide the participants in the future.
The afternoon session was a practical application of the things discussed during the lecture. A Mock Interview
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On Traffic and Parking Concerns

The closure of private lots along Lima Street used for parking is placed about 80 cars. This seems to be one of the causes of traffic jam at certain hours of the day. Southville Management is working with the community leaders, Legacy Homes Association, Brgy. BF International, Traffic Management Group, BF Homes and OB Montessori management to solve the problem. Our local barangay has posted additional 4 traffic enforcers to assist all motorist during peak times to supplement our number of guards.
Southville has about 180 parking slots located all over the campuses and buildings used at full capacity to
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Southville Math Genius Wins National Karatedo

Gen Mark Tanno, an incoming Grade 10 Southville student, and a consistent winner of local and international Math competitions has proven once more his other giftedness after placing second in the recently held 2013 Philippine Union of Karate Kobudo (PUKKO) National Karatedo Championship in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.
“Ever since Gen Mark joined our Karate Club at Southville, I have witnessed how dedicated he is in our training sessions. He never fails to practice despite his busy schedule, balancing his studies and other co-curricular activities. I am proud of what he has become,” said Sensei and French Teacher, Leo de Mesa.… [Read more]