We are thrilled to welcome you to the Filipino Nursing Diaspora Network's website.
We are a professional organisation of Filipino nurses who live and work outside the Philippines.
FiND Network is a dedicated to harnessing the strength of the Filipino nurses abroad.
Though we were founded in the Australia, our affiliates now span the globe particularly in Americas, Asia, Europe, and Australia/Oceania.
Our hardworking officers, and dedicated committees are continually looking for ways to strengthen our organization to better serve our stakeholders.
Please feel free to contact us with questions, ideas or suggestions.
Be part of our Research Panel
As a panel member, you will be invited from time to time to participate in our surveys and focus groups to give your opinion on things that matter to Filipino nurses and nursing. Membership is by invitation.
COVID-19 Action Plan
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, we are committed to collaborating and supporting our nursing stakeholders. Our response measures are reflected on our new Action Plan.
First Philippine Nursing Townhall Meeting a huge success
The inaugural Philippine Nursing Townhall Meeting last 29 May 2020 was a huge success.
The event was envisioned as a major annual high-level meeting dedicated exclusively to advancing nursing in the Philippines. It brought together key nursing decision makers -- Dr. Linda Buhat (ANSAP), Dr. Leah Paquiz (ANG NARS) & Dr. Irma Bustamante (PNRS) -- from the Philippines. Facilitated by Prof. Rozzano Locsin, the historic virtual event encouraged timely debate on emerging issues related to the profession in the light of the recent launching of the “State of the World’s Nursing Report”.
For participants from 9 countries, it provided an important forum to secure a coordinated, multi-leveled response to address the emerging nursing issues.
To access the recording. Click on the following report.
Webinar (December 2020)
We would like to invite you to our FiND Webinar Series for October 2020.
Our webinar series has been designed to provide you with valuable updates and outcomes from research of our Filipino nurses in the diaspora.
Please register here to access this live presentation on Zoom.
Courtesy Call at the Consulate
On 22 January 2020, representatives from the Filipino Nursing Diaspora Network led by Prof. Violeta Lopez made a courtesy call on the new Consul General of Sydney, The Honourable Ezzedin Tago. Prof. Lopez was accompanied by Dr. Cindy Leigh (Professional Development Director) and Jerome Babate (Secretariat Director).
During the visit, the Network representatives discussed main topic, namely the Filipino nurses involvement in nation building through health mission, continuing professional development activities among others.
Prof. Lopez also took the opportunity to congratulate Mr. Tago for his new role as Consul General and wished him all the best in carrying out that noble role.
Meanwhile, the Consul General welcomed with appreciation the courtesy visit by the Network representatives, and underlined commitment to support a closer cooperation between the Consulate General and the Network.
Looking to share your knowledge and expertise on Filipino nursing?
We welcome contributions to the FiND blog, which is the only site dedicated to Filipino nursing diaspora. Our blog is open access and features in-depth analysis, insights and commentary on Filipino nursing diaspora. We welcome contributions from both Filipino nurses and the general public.
Participate in an international research project
There are many occasions in nursing practice that result in grief. However, grieving as experienced by nurses is not often recognized. Studies have shown that ineffective grieving of nurses may lead to negative consequences, including physical and psychological disturbances, compassion fatigue, burnout, and heightened intentions to leave nursing work. In this regard, we would like to invite you to participate in this survey focused on your grieving experience in dealing with patients' death.
If you are a registered professional nurse from the Philippines, you can participate in this study.
Click on the link https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/J7T5YBK