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Republic of the Philippines SAMAR STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NURSING Catbalogan City, Philippines UNIFIED AND UPDATED SYLLABUS

(Bachelor of Science in Nursing) I. Course Number: II. Course Descriptive Title: Students III. Credit Units: IV. Course Pre-requisite/s: V. Professor/s: VI. Academic Term and School Year: VII. Time Allotment: VIII. Vision and Mission of SSU: SSU VISION The university commits itself to the development of human potentials and the fortification of human conditions as subsumed in the fundamental matrix of the life of the indigenous society and in the realities of global community. SSU MISSION The university shall primarily provide advanced instruction and professional training in the arts, philosophy, social sciences, agriculture, forestry, science and technology, engineering, education, law and other related fields. It shall undertake research and extension services, and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization. IX. CON Goals and Objectives GOALS To this end, the college shall: A. Foster academic excellence through Competency-based and community oriented curriculum responsive to the changing health care needs and services of the country and the global community. Trained, competent, dynamic and committed nursing and nonnursing faculty and staff. An academic and clinical environment contributing to efficient teaching and learning and the development of the full potentialities of the students. B. Produce graduates form all sectors of society especially from the grass-roots level. Physics 102 General Physics for Nursing

2 Units Lecture, 1 Unit Laboratory High School Physics Dennis Galit Cosmod Summer S.Y. 2010-2011 90 hours (36 Hours Lec, 54 Hours Lab)

C. Render meaningful community based and extension services. Undertake research activities geared towards improvement of professional practices. OBJECTIVES Thus, graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) should be able to: Utilize the nursing process in demonstrating knowledge and skills in health promotion, illness prevention of management of the sick clients and rehabilitation of patients throughout the life span. Render individualized, comprehensive, and holistic care to individuals, families, and communities in any of the health care setting and within the realities of the situation. Demonstrate critical thinking abilities when performing care and confronted with situations requiring astute decision-making. Utilize a broad base of theoretical knowledge drawn form nursing and behavioral sciences when rendering care and collaboration. Conduct actual research utilizing finding for improvements in nursing care. Practice leadership and management abilities in all areas of practice. Imbibe ethico-moral values, which shall serve as guidelines for professional conduct and practice. Be cognizant of the legal responsibilities and accountabilities. Assume responsibilities of continuing education. XI-Course Description: A 3-unit one semester physics course enrich with topics, discussions and applications relevant to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). The general topics included in this course are Mechanics, Power, Machine, Work, Fluids, Pressure, Lights and Sound. XII. Course Objectives: GENERAL OBJECTIVES At the completion of each topic and suggested activities, the students are expected to be able to apply the theories, laws, concepts, and principles on Mechanics, Power, Machine, Work, Fluids, Pressure, Lights and Sound. . XIII. Core Values to be develop: Open mindedness Resourcefulness Teamwork Appreciation of the modern technology IVCourse Content Time 18 hours

Topics/ Unit of Work Frame/Allotment 1. INTRODUCTION a. Physics and its Application to Nursing b. Vectors 2. DESCRIBING MOTION

18 hours

a. b. c. d.

Motion Causes of Motion Curvilinear Motion Bio-Medical Relevance of Motion 18 hours

3. WORK, ENERGY AND POWER a. Work b. Energy c. Power d. Machines

4. FLUIDS AND PRESSURE 18 hours a. Describing Gases b. Principles on Pressure c. Bio-Medical Significance of Pressure and Fluid 5. WAVES AND RADIATION a. Sound b. Light c. Nuclear Radiation XV. Methodologies / Strategies Lecture-discussion Laboratory/Workshop exercises Industrial Visit Group/Team Building activities XVI. Evaluation Parameters / Measures a. b. c. d. e. 15%-Recitation 25%-Quizzes 10%-Attendance and Attitude 20%-Project/Experiments 30%-Periodic Exams 18 hours

Final rating = 1/3 midterm grade + 2/3 final grade XVII. Bibliography Seons, Zemonsky and Young (1981, 7th ed.) College Physics Young and Freedman (1992, 11th ed.) University Physics Gianlesly, Doughlas (1998, 5th ed.) Physics Mentice Hall Inc. Hewitt, Paul G. (1998 8th ed.) Conceptual Physics. Addison. Wesley Longman, Inc. Murray, John (2000) Teaching Physics Sec. Teaching Sec.Asso. For Science Educ. Tipler,Paul A. (5th ed.) Physics for Scientists Engineers, W.H. Freeman and Co. New York.
Prepared by: DENNIS G. COSMOD Instructor

APPROVED: MELDRITO B. VALLES, Ph. D Dean, College of Arts and Sciences