UP Manila (UPM) marked a milestone as all 141 of its BS Speech Pathology graduates from the College of Allied Medical Professions (CAMP) passed the first ever Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) Licensure Examination in the country. UPM was top performing school, along with Cebu Doctors University and University of Santo Tomas. Top performing schools are […]
The University of the Philippines (UP) Manila, the Health Sciences Center of the country, held its turnover ceremony for the Chancellorship of Dr. Michael L. Tee in the afternoon of November 7, 2023 at the UP College of Nursing Auditorium in Ermita, Manila. The event featured the turning over of the University’s symbols of authority, […]
Michael Tee, MD, MHPED, MBA, a doctor of internal medicine-rheumatology, has been appointed as the new chancellor of UP Manila, succeeding newly declared National Scientist Carmencita Padilla, a clinical geneticist and pediatrician, who will finish her third term as the chancellor of the UP constituent university on October 31, 2023. The UP Manila community congratulated […]
This December saw the return of a familiar sight in UP campuses across the nation as crowds gathered—the first time for many since the COVID-19 pandemic began—to celebrate their respective pag-iilaw or lighting ceremonies. From UP’s Baguio to Mindanao campus, officials, performers, and onlookers gathered to switch on the lights and decorations that herald the […]
The COVID-19 pandemic forced everyone to consider other ways of gaining knowledge and acquiring skills, especially in medicine. While many things came to a halt in the ‘new normal,’ health faculties continuously tried to find innovative ways to prepare the next generation of doctors, nurses, and other medical practitioners. These past two years have […]
The Ugnayan ng Pahinungod’s anniversary webinar aimed “to let participants explore different ways of strengthening existing volunteering initiatives and engaging other people to volunteer, especially in this time of crisis.”
University of the Philippines (UP) campuses marked the beginning of their celebration of the holidays with the traditional pag-iilaw or lighting ceremony, when officials turned on the holiday lanterns and decorations on campus. UP Diliman had its pag-iilaw on December 3, 2021. It is celebrating the holidays with the theme, “Ugnayan at Pagpupugay: Tulay ng […]
December 7 is the last day for UP students to participate in a survey on their readiness for transition from remote teaching and learning to blended or face-to-face learning in 2022.
Only 25% of our population are fully vaccinated, but now we are moving toward booster shots vs. COVID-19. How will this work? Can we mix and match different COVID-19 vaccine brands? Find out in tomorrow’s UP “Stop COVID Deaths” webinar at 12:00 pm.
With the Delta variant proving highly transmissible, especially in closed spaces, will public transport be safe? Find out in this week’s “Stop COVID Deaths” webinar on Friday, October 15, at 12:00 noon.