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BOARD RESOLUTION OF THE PHILIPPINE BOARD OF CLINICAL NUTRITION ADOPTED ON OCTOBER 20, 2007
 The Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition was incorporated in the city of Quezon City, Metro-Manila, Philippines on July 12, 2006

BOARD RESOLUTION NO: 01_2007

At the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition on October 20, 2007, the following resolutions were proposed and approved.

RESOLVED THAT:

  1. The proposed Constitution and By-Laws of the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition Inc. or PBCN Inc. is approved as the official constitution and by-laws of the body (or PBCN Inc.).
  2. This constitution and by-laws replaces the initial constitution and by-laws of the PBCN Inc. after fulfilling the amendment requirements of Article IX of the initial PBCN Inc. document.

RESOLVED THAT:

  1. The Board of Directors for the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition, nominated and approved for years 2009 to 2012 and subject to reappointment for years 2013 to 2016, are the following:
    1. Dr. Luisito Llido as the Chairman,
    2. Dr. Jonathan Asprer as the Vice-Chairman,
    3. Dr. Jesus Fernando Inciong as Board Member and appointed Secretary for the current board of directors,
    4. Dr. Raymundo Resurreccion as Board Member,
    5. Dr. Reynaldo P. Sinamban as Board Member,

RESOLVED THAT:

  1. The following officers have also been nominated and selected to be the officers of the Committee on Credentials of the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition Inc.:
    1. Dr. Luisito O. Llido – Chairman
    2. Dr. Jonathan M. Asprer – Vice Chairman
    3. Members:
    4. Dr. Jesus Fernando Inciong
    5. Dr. Reynaldo Sinamban
    6. Dr. Raymundo Resurreccion

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BOARD RESOLUTION OF THE PHILIPPINE BOARD OF CLINICAL NUTRITION ADOPTED ON JANUARY 8, 2009
The Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition was incorporated in the city of Quezon City, Metro-Manila, Philippines on July 12, 2006

BOARD RESOLUTION NO: 02_2009

At the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition Inc. on January 8, 2009, the following resolutions were proposed and approved.

RESOLVED THAT:

  1. The following specialists have been credentialed by the Committee on Credentials to be “Diplomate of the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition Inc.” according to the criteria specified in the “Grandfather’s Clause” of the Constitution and By-Laws of the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition Inc., Article 4, Section 4:
    1. Jonathan M. Asprer, MD
    2. Jesus Fernando B. Inciong, MD
    3. Reynaldo P. Sinamban, MD
    4. Raymundo F. Resurreccion, MD
    5. Eduardo A. Santos, MD
    6. Michael John Encarnacion, MD
    7. Edelina Navarette, RND
    8. Eliza Mei P. Francisco, MD
    9. Marianna Ramona S. Sioson, MD
    10. Maria Cristina S. Reyes, MD
    11. Regina Bagsic, MD
    12. Carla Sibulo, MD
    13. Eugene Mappala, MD
    14. Maria Victoria Manuel, MD
    15. Luisito O. Llido, MD
    16. Fe Felicilda, MD
    17. Gabriel Jasul, MD
  2. The oath taking date and venue will be announced by the Committee on Credentials.

RESOLVED THAT:

  1. Amendments to Article 3, Section 3a of the Constitution and By-Laws of the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition Inc:

Primary goals of the Credentials Committee:

  1. To remove these inclusions: Certified Clinical Nutrition Specialist – Dietitian, CCNS-D; Certified Clinical Nutrition Specialist – Nurse, CCNS-N; and Certified Clinical Nutrition Specialist – Pharmacist, CCNS-Ph) and to retain Credentialing a candidate for the title of “Diplomate in Clinical Nutrition” (DCN) or “Diplomate, Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition” (DPBCN), and “Certified Clinical Nutrition Specialist – [Specialty]” (Certified Clinical Nutrition Specialist – Physician, CCNS-P since there was no agreement reached with the deciding bodies for dietitians, nurses and pharmacists on the area of a combined subspecialty credentialing system;
  2. To add these functions to the PBCN – a) the capacity to upgrade the training program in clinical nutrition practice based on international developments in this area of medical and/or surgical care, b) to approve or disapprove the request for setting up new clinical nutrition fellowship training programs in other institutions in the Philippines and c) to evaluate the quality of these additional training programs and to close these if standards were not met, to this clause: Interim qualifying function: with the presence of only one accredited training program in clinical nutrition designed for physicians (fellowship in clinical nutrition in St. Luke’s Medical Center), this certification only applies to physician applicants in the current period until revoked by a new board resolution by the Committee on Credentials with concurrence by the PBCN board.
  3. The following requirements for training programs in fellowship in clinical nutrition are to be submitted to the Credentials Committee for evaluation as to quality standards and comparative status to international standards:
    1. General aspects of training: pre-requisites and education program
    2. Duration and scope of training: instructional design
    3. Program faculty
    4. Facilities and resources
    5. Competency elements: evaluation methods
    6. Basic and clinical research
  4. It is the sole prerogative of the Credentials Committee of the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition Inc. to approve requests for additional number of fellows or additional clinical nutrition training programs in other interested institutions as long as the requirements are met.

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BOARD RESOLUTION OF THE PHILIPPINE BOARD OF CLINICAL NUTRITION ADOPTED ON
AUGUST 4, 2016
The Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition was incorporated in the city of Quezon City, Metro-Manila, Philippines on July 12, 2006

BOARD RESOLUTION NO: 03_2016

At the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition Inc. on August 4, 2016, the following resolution was proposed and approved.

RESOLVED THAT:

  1. The Board of Directors for the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition, nominated and approved for years 2016 to 2019 and subject to reappointment for years 2020 to 2023, are the following:
    1. Dr. Luisito O. Llido as the Chairman,
    2. Dr. Jonathan Asprer as the Vice-Chairman,
    3. Dr. Jesus Fernando Inciong as Board Member
    4. Dr. Raymundo Resurreccion as Board Member,
    5. Dr. Reynaldo P. Sinamban as Board Member,

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BOARD RESOLUTION OF THE PHILIPPINE BOARD OF CLINICAL NUTRITION ADOPTED ON
JULY 25, 2017
The Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition was incorporated in the city of Quezon City, Metro-Manila, Philippines on July 12, 2006

BOARD RESOLUTION NO: 04_2017

At the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition Inc. on May 12, 2017, the following resolution was proposed and approved.

RESOLVED THAT:

  1. The Board of Directors for the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition, nominated and approved for years 2017 to 2019 and subject to reappointment for years 2020 to 2023, are the following:
    1. Dr. Jesus Fernando Inciong as the new Chairman effective July 2017.
    2. Dr. Luisito O. Llido as Board Member and appointed Secretary for the current board of directors, after resigning as PBCN chairman to avoid conflict of interest issues since he assumed chairmanship of the Philippine Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition and Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society for Asia for the year 2017.
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BOARD RESOLUTION OF THE PHILIPPINE BOARD OF CLINICAL NUTRITION ADOPTED ON
March 12, 2018
The Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition was incorporated in the city of Quezon City, Metro-Manila, Philippines on July 12, 2006

BOARD RESOLUTION NO: 05_2018

At the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition Inc. on March 2018, the following resolution was proposed and approved.

RESOLVED THAT:

  1. The Board of Directors for the Philippine Board of Clinical Nutrition, met and discussed reorganization within the ranks of the members of the board and nominated and approved for years 2018 to 2019 and subject to reappointment for years 2020 to 2023, the following:
    1. Dr. Jesus Fernando Inciong is allowed to step down as the Chairman effective March 2018 and assume status as Board Member and Secretary of PBCN,
    2. Dr. Luisito O. Llido was reinstated as Chairman of PBCNafter being allowed to step down as president of PhilSPEN effective March 2018 with Dr. Olive DG Quizon as new PhilSPEN president effective March 2018.
    3. The following are the new officers of PBCN:
      1. Dr. Luisito O. Llido as Chairman
      2. Dr. Jonathan Asprer as the Vice-Chairman,
      3. Dr. Jesus Fernando Inciong as Board Member and Secretary
      4. Dr. Raymundo Resurreccion as Board Member
      5. Dr. Reynaldo P. Sinamban as Board Member and Treasurer

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