Far Eastern University Institute of Nursing

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Motto Hominem Non Morbum Cura (Treat the Man, Not the Disease)
Established June 1955[1]
Dean Ma. Belinda G. Buenafe, RN, MAN, PhD
Location Manila, Metro Manila,  Philippines
Campus Far Eastern University - Manila
Colors FEU-IN colors.png Peach

The Far Eastern University Institute of Nursing is one of the top performing nursing schools in the Philippines in terms of Philippine Nurse Licensure Examination performance and employment into various nursing settings.[citation needed] It currently offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree that qualifies the graduate to take the Philippine Board Licensure Examination. Its Virtual Integrated Nursing Education Simulation (VINES) Laboratory was the first nursing virtual laboratory in the Philippines and the second in Asia.

The Institute of Nursing offers programs leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and a Master of Arts degree in Nursing.

With the VINES Laboratory (Virtual Integrated Nursing Education Simulation) in full operation, IN aims to teach nursing skills iteratively and sequentially without harming patients. It seeks to become the Center for Excellence in Nursing Simulation in the Philippines and Asia.[2]

Deans of the Institute of Nursing[edit]

  • Mrs. Teofista G. Villarica (1955–1960) Principal of three-year diploma program leading to a non-degree Graduate in Nursing (GN)
  • Mrs. Lucrecia Llanera (1955–1960) Directress of two year Advance professional Program
  • Dean Felicidad D. Elegado (1960–1978) School of Nursing elevated to Institute status, first dean of the Institute of Nursing
  • Dean Lydia A. Palaypay (1978–1995)
  • Dean Norma M. Dumadag (1995–2006)
  • Dean Annabelle R. Borromeo (2006–2009)
  • Dean Glenda S. Arquiza (2009–2011)
  • Dean Rosalinda P. Salustiano (2011–2013)
  • Dean Ma. Belinda G. Buenafe (2013–present)

Affiliated hospitals[edit]

Below is a list of some hospitals in the Philippines currently accredited and affiliated with the Far Eastern University - Institute of Nursing wherein students from the Institute are being trained and supervised by qualified Clinical Instructors from the university and nursing theories are applied as part of delivery of nursing care.

Metro Manila Area[edit]

Far Eastern University Medical Center at Fairview, Quezon City, Philippines
Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center Valenzuela General Hospital
Far Eastern University Medical Center |- Tondo Medical Center Dr. Jose N. Rodriguez Memorial Hospital
Quezon Institute East Avenue Medical Center Rizal Medical Center

Provincial hospitals[edit]

Norzagaray Provincial District Hospital at Norzagaray, Bulacan, Philippines
Mary Mediatrix Medical Center Lipa City Batangas Regional Hospital Occidental Mindoro Provincial Hospital
Ospital ng Palawan Bulacan Provincial Hospital Malolos City Norzagaray Provincial Hospital
Ramos General Hospital Tarlac Urdaneta Sacred Heart Hospital Pangasinan Cagayan Valley Medical Center Antipolo District Hospital - Antipolo
Antipolo Doctor's Hospital Jose C. Payumo Memorial Hospital Bataan Tarlac Provincial Hospital
Pres. Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Hospital Zambales Pangasinan Provincial Hospital Laguna Provincial Hospital
Rizal Provincial Hospital Morong Doctor's Hospital Rizal Oriental Mindoro Provincial Hospital

FEU-IN Virtual Integrated Nursing Education Simulation Laboratory (VINES)[edit]

The hospital set-up closely approximates the standards of the Joint Commission, the leading health care accrediting body in the USA, and other international hospital and infection standards in terms of bed-to-sink ratios, hospital door widths, functionality and work and patient flow.
The VINES Laboratory (Virtual Integrated Nursing Education Simulation) is the leading[citation needed] virtual simulation laboratory in the Philippines. It aims to teach nursing skills iteratively and sequentially without harming patients. It seeks to become the Center for Excellence in Nursing Simulation in the Philippines and Asia.[3]

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