The University of the Philippines Pandemic Response Team met with Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte to discuss the implementation of the MedAlert COVID Testing and Contact Tracing Platform, a collaboration that will help ramp up the city’s pandemic response.
The Philippine Genome Center will focus its efforts in the detection of COVID-19 variants in the country, with the scaling down of its testing operations for COVID-19 and expansion of genomic sequencing capacities in PGC Visayas and PGC Mindanao.
The UP Pandemic Response Team assesses how the gaps in COVID-19 data reporting affect policymaking and interpretation of the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines.
Nine Fellows have been selected for the third cycle of the Public Service Writing Fellowship of the University of the Philippines.
The University of the Philippines is calling for applications to the 3rd Public Service Writing Fellowship until May 31, 2021. The application packet may be downloaded from http://bit.ly/3rdPSWF-App and submitted to [email protected]
The UP Padayon Public Service Office, in its commitment to develop a strategic public service framework and a system for designing, linking, and sustaining public service programs in the University, will hold the System Workshop on UP Public Service Monitoring and Reporting on 01 March 2021, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM via Zoom with Professor […]
Sa diwa ng pagmamalasakit at pagdadamayan, kagyat na naglunsad ng iba’t ibang relief operations ang komunidad ng UP para sa ating mga kababayang lubhang naapektuhan ng pananalasa ng mga nagdaang bagyo. Upang pag-ibayuhin ang pagtulong para sa pagbangon ng ating komunidad at mga kababayan, itinakda ng UP System Administration ang Nobyembre 16-21, 2020 bilang “RECOVERY […]
The University of the Philippines serves as the country’s premier community of scholars, experts, academics and researchers, and a rich reservoir of knowledge, information, cutting-edge research, innovations and technologies. In accordance with its mandate as the country’s national university, tasked with taking the lead in the country’s national development as a teaching, graduate, research and public service university, UP makes it a point to open up its repository of knowledge and expertise to all sectors and members of the general public, and make its resources available to all who seek to learn, to do research and to sincerely serve the country and its people.
On 11 June 2020, the UP College of Nursing (UPCN) received the good news that it was re-designated as a World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Leadership in Nursing Development from 2020 to 2024.
In the next four years, the College will work to assist the WHO Western Pacific Regional Office to provide technical assistance to Member States in building the leadership capacity of nursing and midwifery workforce, in strengthening training in nursing, and in developing e-learning resources in community health nursing and chronic care.
The UP Padayon Public Service Office held #ThatsMyBay: A Forum on UP Initiatives in Keeping Manila Bay Alive last September 23. It brought together UP experts and stakeholders from government agencies and nongovernment organizations to present current efforts and future projects for the rehabilitation of Manila Bay.