Philippine Women’s University (PWU) graduate Haydee Soriano Bacani did not let the pandemic stop her from achieving her goal to make a difference as she topped the July 2021 Nursing Licensure Examination.
Bacani, who led the 5,008 passers in the July exams, scored a rating of 89.40 percent, according to the results from the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC).
In addition to Bacani, all first-time takers from PWU School of Nursing passed the licensure exams.
Unshaken by the circumstances and uncertainties brought about by the pandemic, Bacani said it was grit and the willingness to serve and to make a difference that saw them through.
As a student at PWU Manila, the board topnotcher initiated several programs approved by the university president, one of which was the “Rapid Response and Code Blue” attended by more than 1,000 participants worldwide via streaming on PWU official page.
Bacani plans to take a postgraduate degree while working in a hospital. The heart to serve for the betterment of lives inspires her to beat all odds. She hopes she can be an inspiration for the next generation – a PWU patriot true to the founders’ dream!
PWU was founded in 1919 by seven women who had a dream to provide the Filipino women then with the best education, to prepare them for moral and civic responsibility and train them to successfully combine homemaking and career.