Benguet State University COLLEGE OF NURSING La Trinidad, Benguet

CLINICAL TEACHING PLAN

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OBJECTIVES A. GENERAL The students will be able to correlate the knowledge they have gained in the classroom with the actual hospital setting. B. SPECIFIC 1. Relate and apply the concepts and principles gained from PHC I, NCM 100, 101, and basic pharmacology. 2. Develop deeper understanding of rights, duties and responsibilities on hospital nursing. C. TERMINAL COMPETENCIES 1. After twenty four hours of exposure at the medicine ward, the students will acquire knowledge from the cases that they have encountered, use the knowledge they¶ve acquired from school in nursing interventions, decision making and in procedures performed in the area. 2. The students will provide quality and competent nursing care to patients in every time skills and interventions are needed to be performed.

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STUDENT DESCRIPTION The students belong to group H and are second years. They have already gone under the major subjects and currently enrolled in NCM 102.

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FOCUS OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCE The focus will be on helping the patients to recover at the medicine ward. The clinical experience will be centred on enhancing the student nurses on the application of the Nursing Process in meeting the promotive, preventive, and curative needs of patients through provision of guidance, assistance, and supervision in enhancing critical thinking and problem solving skills, an in their implementation of nursing interventions.

Checking of SOAPIE charts. Introduction of the Clinical Instructor and assigning of patients. SETTING The level II students will have their clinical exposure at the medicine of Benguet General Hospital. Second batch of students will be pulled out for lunch. SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES TIME 2:00-3:00 pm ACTIVITIES Logging-in and checking the number of patients in the ward to be assigned to the students. First batch of students will be pulled out for lunch.6:30 pm 6:30-7:15 pm 7:15 pm-8:00 pm 8:00-9:00 pm 9:00-10:00 pm . Assessment of the patient and checking of paraphernalia. establish rapport with the patient and significant others. Transcription of SOAPIE charts. morning care and bedside care. V.IV. check available medications at the bedside. Checking and plotting of vital signs for 6:00 pm. EVALUATION The students will be evaluated using the following criteria:  Appraisal Form 50%  Merits 15%  Drug Recitation 20%  Journal 15% 100% VII. Checking of chart and administration of afternoon medications. VI. checking 3:00-3:15 pm 3:15-4:00 pm 4:00-4:30 pm 4:30-5:30 pm 5:30. Entrances into the ward. take initial vital signs. Construction of the SOAPIE Sample charts while attending to the needs of the patient. REQUIREMENTS The students are required to have a journal readingwhich will be submitted and shared to the group on the last day of the rotation.

Rotation Head Nurse BSN IV. Most of the charts should be hanged already. and signing of the charts by the clinical instructor.11:15 pm and plotting of vital signs for 10:00 pm. closing. Lopez Jr.10:00-10:30 pm 10:30-11:00 pm 11:00. Exit in the ward.Group 6 . Prepared by: Fernando D. Closing and signing of the rest of the charts. Post-conference for the announcement of requirements. Checking.

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