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Foundations of Nursing Practice Including Professional Adjustment
I. Description Theories, concepts, principles and processes basic to the practice of nursing. II. Terminal Competencies 1. Utilizes the nursing process in the care of individuals, families and communities. 2. Communicates effectively with patients/clients, families as well as other members of the health team in various settings. 3. Demonstrates leadership and management skills to ensure safe and quality nursing care. 4. Relates effectively with others in work situations. 5. Utilizes concepts, theories, principles in the care of clients. 6. Ensures a well-organized, accurate recording and reporting system. 7. Participates in research activities and utilizes research findings to improve nursing practice. 8. Observes ethico-moral values and legal responsibilities in nursing care. 9. Assumes responsibility for personal and professional growth. III. Content Outline 1. Professional Nursing A. Historical perspectives in nursing B. Nursing as a profession C. Theories in nursing D. Health care delivery system 2. Health and Illness Behavior A. Man as a biopsycho-socio - cultural- spiritual being B. Factors influencing health and illness C. Risk factors D. Adaptation to stress and anxiety E. Life span, cycle and development 3. Interactive Processes A. Nurse client relationship B. Teaching learning process C. Documentation/recording D. Communication E. Therapeutic use of self 4. Safety, Comfort and Hygiene A. Safety B. Management of pain C. Hygiene
Basic Research A. Bowel elimination G. F. Oxygenation B. Admission and discharge C. Sensory deprivation and body image H. Standards of nursing practice C. Staffing G. Nutrition C. Administration of medications F. Sexuality and sexual needs E. Fluid and electrolyte balance E. Basic Nursing Skills A. Nursing ethics B. Crisis intervention 7. Death. Activity and exercise 6. Basic Physiological Needs A. Basic Psychosocial Needs A. Ethico-legal Aspects A. Organization F. Nursing process B. The scientific approach . Elements of administration and management/functions of management D.D. Ethics and scientific research B. Related laws affecting the practice of nursing E. Continuing education for nurses F. Legal aspects in the practice of nursing C. Patterns/modalities of nursing care 10. Love and belonging C. Management and Leadership A. Others 8. Care of the dying and the dead J. The Philippine Nursing Law D. Wound care I. Self concept F. Professional organizations of nursing 9. Urinary elimination F. Perioperative care K. Rest and sleep D. E. Spiritual needs D. Asepsis and infection control G. grief and grieving G. Patient Care Classification System H. Vital signs D. Mobility and immobility Skin integrity Sensory alteration Substance abuse 5. Safety and security B. Theories and principles of management B. Emergency measures H. Leadership style E. Physical examination and health assessment E. G.
Steps in doing research MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH NURSING I. Foundation of Maternal and Child Health Nursing Practice/Biophysical Aspects of Human Reproduction A. 4. 2. Theories and principles of growth and development 2. Research process D. Terminal Competencies Utilizes the nursing processes in the care of mother and child/their families and communities. Description Concepts. 5. Content Outline 1. 7. II. principles and standards of care C. Signs and symptoms of pregnancy C. Menstrual cycle F. Demonstrates leadership and management skills in promoting safe and quality nursing care to clients. Theories of labor B. . Pregnancy-Antepartum A. Utilizes concepts. theories.C. Danger signs and symptoms H. family and community. Needs of pregnant women G. Concepts. Sexuality E. Philosophy. Further. Adheres to ethico-legal and moral imperatives of health care. theories. III. Complications of pregnancy 3. it focuses on the nursing care to children in various stages of growth and development. Responsible parenthood G. Nursing care D. Birth setting and alternative methods of delivery E. 6. Research design/methodology E. goals B. Pregnancy-intrapartum A. 3. Components of labor: 3 P-s 1. Anatomy and physiology D. It encompasses promotive and preventive care of mothers with normal health conditions including curative and rehabilitative care to those with disturbances in reproductive health. Stages of fetal development B. principles and processes basic to the delivery of safe and quality nursing care of mother and child. Recognizes his/her responsibility for personal and professional growth and development. theories and principles in the care of clients. Physiological and psychological changes of pregnancy F. Communicates effectively with the clients and families as well as with other members of the health team in various settings. Utilizes research findings to improve the nursing care to clients.
psycho-social. Nephrotic Syndrome D. psycho-social and moral development B. E. Well-baby care D. Care of the mother C. Nursing care of the mother C. Puerperium and Infancy A. Toilet training C. cognitive. Involution B. Postpartum and Newborn A.C. Toddler A. play activities F. motor. psycho-social and language development D. immunization. Metabolic. High risk maternal conditions B. motor. hematologic aberrations in pregrancy D. play activities E. Nutrition. Common problems/disorders of infancy 6. Pre-Schooler/Schooler A. Prematurity B. Problem/Disorders in Mothers including gynecologic disorders A. immunization. Needs and tasks D. Pre-adolescent/Adolescent A. Placental stage B. Infectious diseases 10. Physical. cognitive. Complications of postpartum 5. Common problems/disorders of toddlers 7. Metabolic disturbances F. Breast feeding/rooming-in E. Common problems/disorders of pre-adolescent/adolescent 9. Well-baby care E. D. Physical. Sex characteristics C. Physical. Degenerative disorders of women . Congenital malformations C. Menopause E. Problems/Disorders in Children A. Physical. Pregrancy related conditions C. psycho-social and moral development B. Common problems/disorders of pre-schooler/schooler 8. Nursing care of the newborn D. cognitive. cardiac. Nursing care during labor Analgesia and anesthesia of labor and delivery Complications of labor and delivery 4. Sex education E. Cellular aberrations of the reproductive organs F. Play activities D. language and moral development B. Nutrition. Sibling rivalry C.
7. DOH Circulars/Memoranda 3. 9. and the basic roles. Legislations affecting Community Health Nursing Practice A. 8. National Health Plan B. Definition B. Demonstrates appropriate attitudes/behaviors as a model health professional. Primary Health Care A. Laws B. II. Communicates effectively with clients. 6. Description This course deals with health programs. goals and objectives of Community Health Nursing. 2. The Philippine Health Care Delivery System A. Implements the concepts. Essential elements D. services and strategies of the Department of Health. families. Participates in activities related to the prevention and control of communicable diseases. Types of PHC workers .COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING AND COMMUNICABLE DISEASE NURSING I. 4. Conceptual framework C. 5. Terminal Competencies 1. III. Executive orders and letters of instructions C. philosophy. services and strategies. Utilizes the the nursing process in the care of individuals. Conducts research and uses research findings to improve health care in the community. Assumes responsibility for personal and professional development. Health scenarios 2. families and communities. concepts. Participates in the implementation of DOH health programs. It also includes care of clients with non-communicable and communicable diseases. communities and other members of health care. Utilizes leadership and management process as an important tool of the health care provider in varied health care settings. 3. principles and values of primary health care as health care provider. functions and responsibilities of the community health nurse. Content Outline 1.
Roles. Nursing functions and responsibilities 9. goals and objectives C. Care of Older Persons A. Common diseases affecting older persons D. Needs of older persons Issues and concerns C. General principles and techniques B. Description Nursing care of clients with alterations in health patterns throughout the life cycle utilizing the nursing process. Vital and health statistics F.4. Applied research B. Environmental sanitation E. Records and reports Field Health Services and Information System NURSING CARE OF ADOLESCENTS. Nursing Care of clients with communicable diseases A. Nursing functions and responsibilities 10. . Philosophy. Dental hygience D. Nursing functions and responsibilities 6. Occupational health G. This course also includes disaster nursing and care of clients in acute biological crises. Nutrition C. Prevention and control D. Levels of care 7. A. Maternal and child health B. Community Health Nursing A. C. Services and Strategies A. Functions and Responsibilities of the Community Health Nurse Nursing process Nursing procedures Nursing management Nursing research Personal and professional development 8. ADULTS AND AGED I. D. Health education 5. Utilization of research findings C. Risk Factors C. Health Programs. Epidemiology C. Principles and process D. E. Prevalence B. Definition and concepts B. Prevention and control D. Nursing Care of clients with Non-Communicable Diseases A. B. Research in Community Health Nursing A.
Care of Patients with Peripheral Vascular Disorders A. Diagnostic procedures . Perception and coordination . Inflammatory and immunologic responses E. B. Institutes health teaching strategies to help create a therapeutic environment for clients. 3. Terminal Competencies 1. III. Care of Patients with Urinary Disorders A. to patient care. Cellular aberrations 4. Stress models D. Applies the nursing process to health care situations. 2. technological and economic systems and their influence on the Philippine health care delivery. 5. Assumes responsibility for personal and professional growth. Response to stress 2. families and communities. families and communities to cope with illness or death. 8. Concepts of Stress and Illness A. illness. Holistic approach in different stages of development stages 1. function and assessment B. Renal disorders C. Nursing Interventions in Illness A. political and other factors in relation to the occurrences of illness or disease conditions. Integrates the socio-political. Psychosocial Pharmacological therapeutics Patients in surgery Patients in pain The dying process 3. Conducts research and uses research studies to improve patient care. Analyzes socio-economic. 9. Metabolism D. Diagnostic procedures 5. function and assessment B. 7. Structure. Biophysical 2. Strives to continue reaffirming the dignity and worth of man through the provision of supportive comfort measures to patients. Arterial disorders C. Structures. E.II. families and communities at all times and even when death is inevitable. Relates the pathological changes brought about by stresses. Utilizes the different techniques of enabling the clients. C. Content Outline 1. Communicates effectively with clients and members of the health team. Oxygenation B. Health-illness continuum B. cultural. Fluids and electrolytes . 6. etc. 10. D. Care of Patients with Specific Disturbances in A. Epidemiology of illness C. Venous and lymphatic disorders D. 4.
Erythrocytes disorders D. Care of Patients with Hematologic Disorders A. Demonstrates leadership and management skills to ensure safe and quality care. Nurses Role in A. Biliary Tract and Pancreas A. 2. Blood transfusion C. 4. Content Outline 1. 7. 6. Head and spinal injury C. Utilizes the nursing process in giving holistic nursing care to all kinds of clients. Restoring skin structure and function 7. Works collaboratively with other members of the health team. hair and nail C. therapy C. Participates in research undertakings and utilizes findings to improve psychiatric nursing care. function and assessment B. I. 8. Infection control B. Diagnostic procedures 8.6. function and assessment B. biological sciences. families and communities in a variety of settings. families and other members of the health team in various settings. Care of Patients Experiencing Disorders of the Liver. Care of Patients with Neurologic Disorders A. Structure. II. 5. Terminal Competencies 1. theories of personality and human behavior in the care of psychiatric clients. Structure. Life threatening conditions MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHIATRIC NURSING I. Emergency and disaster situations D. III. Diagnostic procedures 9. Diagnostic procedures 10. Care of Patients with Integumentary Disorders A. Evaluation and management C. 3. Utilizes knowledge from the psychological. Applies the ethico-legal principles in psychiatric nursing. Personality development and principles of mental health . Applies appropriate communication techniques with clients.V. Basic concepts of hematology assessment B. Protection of the skin. Description Principles. concepts and theories underlying psychiatric nursing care to individuals. Assumes responsibility for personal and professional growth. functions and assessment B. Structure.
Types of schizophrenia C. Common crises situations Anxiety Response and Anxiety Disorders A. Drug abuse and dependence C. psychopharmacology and nursing care 9. Alterations in mood D. 4. 6. psychopharmacology and nursing care 8. Mental health as a concept Principles of Psychiatric Nursing Nursing process in Psychiatric Nursing Research as a tool in improving psychiatric nursing care. Treatment modalities. Crisis intervention B. Psychodynamics of personality disorders B. Crisis and Crisis Intervention A. Predisposing factors C. Organic Mental Syndrome and Disorders A. Emotional responses and mood disorders A. Personality disorders A. Predisposing factors C. Treatment modalities. Fundamental principles in the care of cognitively impaired person C. Thought disorders (Schizophrenia and psychotic disorders) A. Organic mental disorders E. Psychodynamics of mood disorders B. Types of personality disorders D. Nursing care and psychopharmacology 7. Ego defense mechanisms D. Etiology B.A. B. psychopharmacology and nursing care 10. Theories of etiology of schizophrenia B. Treatment modalities. Anxiety related disorders Anxiety Disorders in Childhood and Adolescence A. Primary and secondary symptoms of schizophrenia D. C. D. Common organ systems affected by psychological factors D. Theories of psychophysiologic disorders B. Levels of anxiety C. Alcoholism B. Etiological theories of anxiety B. Predisposing factors C. psychopharmacology and nursing care . Adolescence Psychophysiologic disorders A. Treatment modalities. Substance abuse and related disorders A. Organic mental syndrome D. Childhood B. 2. 5. Nursing care and psychopharmacology 3.
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