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RELATED ACTIVITIES Teacher B.

Planning The student will be able to plan a specific care for pregnant mother in their intra-partal stage. b.1 Defining nursing diagnosis b.2 Identifying priorities of care based on listed health problems or needs b.3 Making a plan that is specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time bounded b.4 Formulating nursing objectives that are appropriate to the identified problems b.5 Integrating the promotive and preventive aspects in the care plan C. Implementation The student will be able to apply learned skill, knowledge, and attitude in caring pregnant mothers in intapartal stage by: 1. Rendering intra-partal care (labor and delivery) to patient inclusive independent and dependent measures D. Evaluation The student verifies the result of the nursing care rendered by: 1. Re- assessing prenatal status of patient and referring it with the

EVALUATION Student

Check, discuss and process with Submit and discuss written Rating scale for clinical experience students their nursing care plans. plan of care with C.I. Discuss with students the degree of achieving the objectives being set. Discuss with Instructor the effectiveness of care rendered to patients.

Direct observation and hand on skill on Apply the prelabor monitoring and progress nursing care plan

planned Rating scale for clinical experience

Individual conference and guides Discuss and review the care Rating scale for clinical experience student in evaluating the effectiveness implemented and patients of care condition after provision of nursing care

TEACHER Planned objectives 2. modifying nursing care plan to suit the need of the patient. E. Personal Assets The students demonstrate a caring attitude that reflects a professional nursing student. Direct observation Role modeling

RELATED ACTIVITIES STUDENT

Conducts self n a professional manner

TIME ALLOTMENT 7:00 7:45

MONDAY Arrival to duty area Courtesy call to the nursing service and employees. Pre- conference orientation on the hospital set-up and procedures as well as the staff. - Giving of requirements for the whole rotation (NPI, OB history, NCP) - Grading system and reiterating the guidelines regarding make up duty. - Census taking and assigning students to their respective patients. - Doctors rounds Provision of nursing care/ health education OB history taking Initial vital signs of the mother, getting the FHT. Physical Assessment Morning care Chart Reading Giving of Medications except IV V/S taking including FHT and plotting at TPR sheet Beside care, monitoring labor process Sample charting and checking LUNCH TIME

TUESDAY Arrival to duty area

WEDNESDAY Arrival to duty area

7:45 8:30

Pre- conference - Assigning students to their respective patients

Pre- conference - Assigning students to their respective patients

8:30 - 9:30

Provision of nursing care/ health education OB history taking Initial vital signs of the mother, getting the FHT. Physical Assessment Morning care Chart Reading Giving of Medications except IV V/S taking including FHT and plotting at TPR sheet Beside care, monitoring labor process Sample charting and checking LUNCH TIME

Provision of nursing care/ health education OB history taking Initial vital signs of the mother, getting the FHT. Physical Assessment Morning care Chart Reading Giving of Medications except IV V/S taking including FHT and plotting at TPR sheet Beside care, monitoring labor process Sample charting and checking LUNCH TIME

9:30 11:00

11:00 11:30

11:30 12:00

Post-conference Endorsement for proper labor monitoring Departure

Post-conference Endorsement for proper labor monitoring Departure

Post-conference Endorsement for proper labor monitoring Departure

OBJECTIVES A. Assessment Given an actual patient in the barangay assigned, the student will be able to gather pertinent and necessary information of growth and development patient, from infant to old-age, which will serve as a baseline data in identifying health problems of the patient: 1. Assess the growth and development status of client through: 1.1 therapeutic NPI to establish rapport/trust. 1.2 Interview and deal with patient and significant others to obtain information regarding extent of immunization (EPI), and to obtain cognitive and emotional status using the MMDST assessment tool. 1.3 thorough physical assessment getting anthropometric data to determine the general health status of the patient 1.4 vital signs taking to have a baseline data of patient 1.5 documenting analysis to validate obtained

RELATED ACTIVITIES Teacher Student

EVALUATION

Accomplished interview guide and physical assessment tool to be evaluated. Assign each student to growth and Build rapport, interview development patients such as to obtain developmental Individual requirements to be composed of the infants, toddlers, pre-schoolers, data. following: grade-schoolers, adolescents, young - MMDST tool adults and late adults. - physical assessment and anthropometric data - One NCP of the most important health problem Give a brief review and point of or wellness problem of the patient. view of assessing infants, toddlers, pre-schoolers, grade-schoolers, adolescents, young adults and late adults. Do head-to-toe physical assessment and obtain anthropometric data. Direct observation Use the MMDST as Guides students in the assessment basis in growth and process development assessment. One on one discussion with the student

information from patient 1.6 Determining factors that affect the cognitive, emotional and behavioral state 1.7 Identifying health problems of patient related to growth and development such as nutrition and injuries. B. Planning The student will be able to plan a specific care for patients in their specific developmental stage. b.1 Defining nursing diagnosis b.2 Identifying priorities of care based on listed health problems or needs b.3 Making a plan that is specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time bounded b.4 Formulating nursing objectives that are appropriate to the identified problems b.5 Integrating the promotive and preventive aspects in the care plan

Make NCP based on the subjective and objective data gathered during the assessment. Provide nursing care and basic health teachings.

Check, discuss and process with Submit and discuss Rating scale for clinical experience students their nursing care plans. written plan of care with C.I. Discuss with students the degree of achieving the objectives being set. Demonstrate courtesy and professionalism in the community area while taking care of their patients and dealing with the community people. Discuss with Instructor the effectiveness of care rendered to patients.

C. Implementation The student will be able to apply learned skill, knowledge, and attitude in caring for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, schoolers, Direct observation

Apply the pre- planned Rating scale for clinical experience

adolescents, early adults, middle adults and late adults by: 1. Rendering care to patient inclusive independent and dependent measures

nursing care plan

RELATED ACTIVITIES TEACHER STUDENTS D. Evaluation The student verifies the result of the nursing care rendered by: 1. Re- assessing developmental status of patient and referring it with the written objectives that were being set. 2. Modifying nursing care plan to suit the needs of the patient. E. Personal Assets The students demonstrate a caring attitude that reflects a professional nursing student. Individual conference and guides Discuss and review the Rating scale for clinical experience student in evaluating the care implemented and effectiveness of care patients condition after provision of nursing care

Direct observation Role modeling

Conducts self in a respectful and professional manner

TIME ALLOTMENT 7:00 7:45

MONDAY/THURSDAY Arrival to duty area Courtesy call to the Barangay Officials and Barangay Health Workers Pre- conference - Giving of requirements for the whole rotation - Assigning students to their respective patients - Discussion of assessment and interview guide

TUESDAY/FRIDAY Arrival to duty area

WEDNESDAY/SATURDAY Arrival to duty area

7:45 8:30

Pre- conference - Assigning students to their respective patients

Pre- conference - Assigning students to their respective patients

8:30 10:30

HOME VISITS to infants, toddlers, preschoolers, schoolers, adolescents, and adults Rendering nursing care (NPI, Physical Assessment, Anthropometric data, Vital signs) Provision of nursing care/ health education

Home visits to patients assigned Rendering nursing care Implementing the NCP based on the assessment made previously

Home visits to patients assigned Evaluating the effectiveness of the care rendered previously Modifies care plan based on evaluation result

10:30 11:30

Writing the data gathered such as: - Personal data, EPI, Nutrition and prevention of injuries. - Anthropometric data - Physical assessment - Nursing care plan Checking the said data by the Clinical Instructor

Individual conference regarding the NCP rendered

Completion of the requirement

11:30 12:00

Post- conference Returning back of the requirement for editing Departure

Post- conference Departure

Post- conference Departure