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Health Teaching on Influenza A (H1N1) Swine Flu

Health Teaching on Influenza A (H1N1) Swine Flu

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Structured Health Teaching Plan on Influenza A H1N1, Swine Flu
Structured Health Teaching Plan on Influenza A H1N1, Swine Flu

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Foundation University
COLLEGE OF NURSING
Dumaguete City
MOMO
Submitted to :
Ms. Michelle B. Dales, RN
Submitted by:
Krista Jee Neve, SNMikheil Evanglelista, SNMarianne Dagodog, SNMayleen Samson, SN
Date Submitted:September 22, 2009
 
PURPOSE:
To educate our client(s) and their significant others regarding Influenza A (H1N1), how it affects the body and howto prevent it. Moreover, it tackles on the preventive measures and promotion of healthy environment in order to deter and minimize potential health risks and complications.
GOAL:
To let our client (s) and their significant others know on how to prevent acquiring Influenza A(H1N1) and also becomean advocate of promoting a supportive environment towards a healthy body and community.
OBJECTIVESCONTENT OUTLINEMETHOD OFINSTRUCTIONSTIMEALLOTTED(minutes)RESOURCESMETHOD OFEVALUATION
Following a 30-minuteteaching-learningsession, the client (s)will be able to:1. discuss Influenza A(H1N1) using theirown understandingwith 75% accuracylevel.2. define at least 3out of 4 termsappropriately on theirown words.3. explain the natureof the viruscomprehensively.4. cite the signs andsymptoms of thedisease precisely.
I.INTRODUCTIONII.DEFINITION OF TERMS
A.InfluenzaB.VirulenceC.DropletD.Reassortant
III.NATURE OF THE VIRUS
A.OriginB.Mode of TransmissionC.Virulence
IV.SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
A.Manifestation of possibleInfectionB.Signs prompting EmergencyActionLecture-discussionLecture-discussion withprovision of handoutsLecture-discussionSocialized-Discussion3 mins3 mins5 mins6 mins9 minsManila paper/cartolinaand distribution of hand-outsQuestion andAnswer
 
5.a. illustrate thechain of infection andstate at least 3methods to break thechain with 75%accuracy.5.b. list therecommendedmeasures to preventoneself fromacquiring Influenza6. identify 2treatment plans usedin the home and 3ways to treat A(H1N1)in the hospitalsetting.
V.PREVENTIVE MEASURES
A.Chain of InfectionB.HandwashingC.IsolationD.Use of hand sanitizersE.Self-CareF.Proper ways of coughing andsneezing in public places.G.Avoiding close contacts withsick people.H.Immunization
VI. COMPREHENSIVETREATMENT
A.HomeB.HospitalActiveparticipation of the audienceLecture-discussion4 mins
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