In September, the Pasifika Medical Association (PMA) was honoured by a visit from the New Zealand Prime Minister, the Rt Hon To’osavili John Key. This was a great opportunity for PMA to share with him, the work
Tonga National Professional Standards for the Registered Nurse:
1. Koe Fakahoko ‘o e Fatongia Fakaneesi ‘aki ‘a e Lelei Taha ma’ae Kakai´: Demonstrating Excellence for the People during Management of Nursing Care 2. Ngāue Fetakinima mo Umoumataha´: Collaboration and
Malo e lelei and a thousand greetings from all other Pacific languages. Disaster Preparedness for deployment in New Zealand and the Pacific is an interesting concept, suggesting New Zealanders have to adapt to Pacific conditions of living, working and dying.
Military Background Inspires Student's Project to Serve VeteransPacific UniversityAs one of the few African-American females to serve in the U.S. Marines, Pacific University public health major Irisa Grimes '17 is[…]