August 9, 2021
Two professors from the Holy Angel University’s School of Nursing and Allied Medical Sciences (SNAMS) presented in the 32nd International Nursing Research Congress facilitated by Sigma Theta Tau International from July 21 to July 23, 2021.
"Transforming Global Nursing Research and Scholarship Through Co-Creation, Awareness, Balance, and Purpose" is the theme for this year's event and it aims to connect and engage over 1,000 nurse researchers, students, clinicians, and leaders from all over the globe.
Assistant Professor & Graduate Programs Coordinator Precious Jean M. Marquez, Ph.D., MSN, RN, presented her research entitled “Transformational and Servant Leadership as Predictors of Psychological Empowerment and Engagement.”
On the other hand, Assistant Professor & Nursing program Chairperson Noriel Calaguas, MSHSA, RN, presented his research, “Divergent Perspective Analysis on Sexual Health After an HIV Diagnosis.”
The said event was supposed to take place in Singapore but because of international COVID-19 restrictions, it was hosted virtually instead.