1st Millennium Convention for Young Leaders in Nursing & Healthcare (1st MCYLNH)

Venue: Manila Pavilion Waterfront Hotel

Location: Metro Manila, NCR, Philippines

Event Date/Time: Sep 18, 2010 End Date/Time: Sep 19, 2010
Registration Date: Sep 17, 2010
Early Registration Date: Aug 28, 2010
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The 1st AYNLA Millennium Convention will be an annual gathering of AYNLA’s national and local leaders held every September of each year—the founding month of AYNLA. The 1st MCYLNH is geared towards developing the leadership knowledge & skills of all AYNLA leaders, serve as platform for all nurses and allied healthcare professionals to talk and participate in the achievement of the MDGs and gather as a General Assembly of the Alliance. This will be a historical event where, for the first time, nurses and other healthcare professionals shall gather to discuss about the achievement of the MDGs and their vital roles in its fulfillment.

The MCYLNH is a two-day event which will fully tackle on the significant role of the nurse and the healthcare providers in achieving the Millennium Development Goals which are due this 2015 utilizing leadership concepts and empowerment on the Plenary Sessions. This year the MCYLNH shall kick-off with the grand launching of the 2010 International Year of the Nurse and the Nursing Idol Manila Search 2010 as its final activity.

The Nursing Idol Manila Search 2010 is an intercollegiate & inter-institutional talent search for nurses and students who possess sheer and raw talents in singing. The coverage of this competition is only limited to institutions within the National Capital Region. The main purpose of this competition is to promote and advance the causes of the Alliance such as the IYN and the MDGs in a more creative approach fostering healthy competitions.

The general objective of the Millennium Convention is to integrate the Millennium Development Goals to AYNLA members globally and to make every healthcare professional be accountable for the achievement of the MDGs through the use of holistic leadership and management in nursing and the healthcare sciences.

With the main objective at hand, the following specific objectives are set:
• Promote awareness of the MDGs among nurses and healthcare professionals;
• Present the MDGs and recent developments of the Philippines in achieving it;
• Discuss the role of nurses and other healthcare professionals in the achievement of the MDGs from the UN Agencies perspectives;
• Challenge nurses and other healthcare professionals to draw up initiative towards the realization of the MDGs by 2015;
• Discuss different nursing & healthcare leadership and management updates and important trends in the profession;
• Enhance knowledge on the profession through updates and discussion of relevant issues pertaining to nurses in the workplaces;
• Engage nurses to commit to the furtherance of achieving the MDGs in celebration of the 2010 International Year of the Nurse;
• Foster international relationships from delegates outside the country; and
• Produce the Nursing Idol: Manila Search as pre-convention activity, closing program of the convention proper and post convention activity through a benefit concert or show.


United Nations Avenue
Metro Manila

Additional Information

PLENARY SESSION TOPICS: GENERAL OUTLINE • Message from the United Nations Resident Coordinator • Messages from the Nightingale Initiative for Global Health • The role of nurses & healthcare professionals in the attainment of the MDGs: o United Nations Millennium Campaign o World Health Organization – West Pacific Regional Office • The role of nurses & healthcare providers in the reduction of child mortality: o United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund o Department of Health  The role of nurses & healthcare providers in the improvement of maternal health: o United Nations Populations Fund Philippines  The role of nurses & healthcare providers in the reversing of HIV infections: o United Nations HIV & AIDS Programme o Youth Coalition on Reproductive Health o Philippine National AIDS Council PANEL DISCUSSION TOPICS: GENERAL OUTLINE  Education & Environment and its relation to MDG achievement: o Commission on Higher Education o Miss Earth Foundation o Greenpeace International  Good governance and its impact to health and the MDGs: o United Nations Development Program o National Economic Development Authority o Department of Labor & Employment  The Youth in Nation Building o National Youth Commission  Updates in the Nursing Practice o Nursing Entrepreneurship o Nursing Informatics o Reproductive Health Nursing CONVENTION RATES: INDIVIDUAL | JUNE 28 TO AUGUST 28, 2010 | Regular & Affiliate Members P 2, 500.00 Associate (Student) Members P 1, 500.00 Regular & Affiliate Non-Members P 3, 000.00 Associate (Student) Non-Members P 2, 000.00 | AUGUST 29 TO SEPTEMBER 17, 2010 | Regular & Affiliate Members P 3, 000.00 Associate (Student) Members P 2, 000.00 Regular & Affiliate Non-Members P 3, 500.00 Associate (Student) Non-Members P 2, 500.00 * All convention rates will increase by P 500.00 after August 28 accordingly. * * No Onsite Registration is encouraged. *** Convention fees only. Transportation & accommodation rates not included. ****Regular & Affiliate Members - BSN Graduates,RNs, and allied health. CONVENTION RATES: GROUP A. Group of Five receives five percent (5%) discount on group payment. B. Group of Ten receives ten percent (10%) discount on group payment. * All group members must have fully paid prior to convention for admittance. PAYMENT SCHEME A. Direct Payment • Payments will be received by the Convention Secretariat only. For students registering by clusters or groups, the Secretariat may schedule a date for collection of registration fees in the school (applicable within Metro Manila campuses only). • Local Chapter officers may also collect fees especially those who belong to areas outside Metro Manila. • Payment done in installment basis is only available via direct payment only. Only certified collection officers from the Secretariat and the Local Chapters may collect payments. B. Smart Money Payment • Online transactions may be done via payment to Smart Wireless Centers nationwide. • Smart Money Account Number: 5299-6708-9463-0119 • Smart Money Account Name: Alvin Cloyd H. Dakis C. Bank Deposit through Temporary Account Route • Bank deposits may be done through AYNLA’s temporary account route while corporate account is in progress. • Bank Account Number: 4939-0701-39 • Bank Account Name: Alvin Cloyd H. Dakis • Bank Account Address: Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) Ermita-Pedro Gil Branch YOU MAY ALSO REACH US WITH THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS: Norman - 09153557715 Lori - 09278460026 Reign - 09157810285 Mara - 09228624312