Since the foundation of the first "Greek-letter Nursing Society in the country", the Beta Nu Delta Nursing Society has been a leader in student nursing development. By responding to the socio-educational needs of student nurses across our country, our Society has evolved into a leader in the delivery of leadership development, and excellence. 

Now, after more than two decades, our Society continues serving its student and professional nursing members.

Through our membership programmes, we support their academic, research and community service initiatives.

Utilizing the strength of our members, they work side by side with the national office in offering programmes designed for leadership development, intellectual enjoyment and personal growth.

As we enter the 21st century, we are aggressively expanding our online presence by utilizing the latest in innovative Web-based technologies.

Please take a moment to explore our Web site and discover the variety of opportunities offered by our Society.


Nurses Week 2018

Between May 6 and 12 of each year, we celebrate the Nurses Week across the globe. This period is a time to honor the more than 25 million nurses including close to 1 million Filipino nurses who make a difference in the lives of people every day. This is a special week that we must actively celebrate the extraordinary people that devote their lives to the health of others.  

We wish we could personally thank every nurse who has gone out of her/his way for patients and their families, or taken that extra few minutes to offer comfort and support. 

That would be quite a task, though, since all nurses do those things on a daily basis—often without even realizing it. That's the nature of nursing. That's the DNA of nursing! 

In appreciating my nursing colleagues. It would be appropriate to quote, Thomas Jenkins. Jr: “Because of their patience and courageous leadership, the relationships they build and the support they deliver, the lives of vulnerable families are set upon a new trajectory of strength, self-sufficiency, and hope for a brighter future." 

Happy Nurses’ Week. We are constantly in awe of your good care! Join us in the celebration of who you are and what you do each and every day.

Recent Announcements

  • NARSKWELA Project It is lamentable truth, hitherto, that schoolchildren from GIDAS (Geographically, Isolated and Disadvantage Areas) do not have access to quality, functional and child-friendly school-clinics, thus their health-education ...
    Posted Oct 10, 2018, 11:38 PM by BND Admin
  • Jurado Receives New Jersey's STTI Award  Leo Felix Jurado, Ph.D, RN, FAAN recently received  the Honor Society of Nursing's, Mary Anne Rooney Essence of Nursing Award presented by New Jersey Consortium Sigma Theta Tau ...
    Posted Oct 3, 2018, 2:55 AM by BND Admin
  • Breakfast Meet-Up at Dumaguete Joseph Andrew Pepito -- the senior executive officer of the Beta Nu Delta Nursing Society -- has convened a breakfast meet-up of BNDees last 21 August 2018.  The members were attending ...
    Posted Aug 23, 2018, 3:11 AM by BND Admin
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Member Spotlight

  • Erlyn Rachelle Macarayan, RN, PhD Erlyn Rachelle Macarayan, RN, PhD is a research fellow working with the Primary Health Care program at Ariadne Labs and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health working ...
    Posted Apr 3, 2018, 4:48 PM by BND Admin
  • Nita Jane Carrington, EdD, RN, ANP, MSN, MBA, MPA Nita Jane Carrington is an Emiritus Professor of Nursing within the College of Nursing & Health SciencesHawaii Pacific University. She is the Editor-in- Chief of the Singapore-based Journal ...
    Posted May 20, 2018, 5:43 PM by BND Admin
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Beta Nu Delta is about "Leadership and Excellence"

May is Global Nurses Month

Beta Nu Delta's declaration of the month of May of every year as the Global Nurses' Month is to emphasize the importance of the role of the nurses in the promotion, protection and maintenance of the public’s health. 

Erlyn Macarayan on TEDxUQ

Ms. Macarayan spoke about health disparities during a TEDxUQ event