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ST. ANTHONY COLLEGE OF ROXAS CITY, INC.

San Roque Extension, Roxas City, Capiz, Philippines 5800 Member, DC-SLMES Philippines Empowering Communities, Building Futures! + COLLEGE OF NURSING S.Y. 2013-2014 SYLLABUS Vision: A Christ-centered institution committed to empowering communities of learners into inner-directed Vincentian leaders and advocates of persons who are living in poverty. Mission: Inspired by the spirit of St. Vincent de Paul and St. Louise de Marillac, we commit ourselves to: 1. Courageously pursue values and innovative educational services rooted in Christ. 2. Interdependently accelerate leadership and professional development through continuing education and intensive Vincentian formation. 3. Synergistically facilitate the integral development of the learners towards transformation through current research, relevant curricular offerings and responsive community extension services. 4. Relentlessly generate a new breed of self-directed, environmentally caring global Vincentian leaders. 5. Ardently support one another in sustaining the shared mission. Course Title: General Psychology Credit: 3 units Contact Hours/Semester: 54 Hrs. Prerequisite: Logic, Philosophy of the Human Person Placement: Second Year, First Semester Course Description: This course deals with the application of ethico-moral and legal concept and principles to issues that affect the practice of Nursing. These provide the basis for appropriate decision making given varied situations, to prepare the learner to render effective, efficient and safe nursing care. Furthermore, related nursing experience provides opportunities to concretize commitment to nursing. The critical thinking process shall be used in the unit with the object to develop the intellectual capacity to conceptualize and contextualize what students know to particular ethico-moral and legal issues.

Ross’s Ethics 3. The Moral Issue of Abortion 1. PART TWO: MORAL ISSUES (ONE) A. Delayed Animation 5. Different Views 4. Explain the concept. Meaning and Cases of Euthanasia 2. Effects of Abortion 11. Situation Ethics 3.Course Objectives: At the end of the course and given actual and relevant simulated situations/conditions. Rawls’s Theory of Justice 4. Application of Ethical Theories . Ethical Schools of Thought (Two) 1. Cell Division Process 7. Course Outline: I. Curettage 8. Meaning and Types of Abortion’ 2. Human Existence and Ethics 1. Three General Viewpoints of Abortion 9. The Problem of Human Dignity 3. Pragmatism 4. Utilitarianism C. Immediate Hominization 4. 2. Ethical Postulates 3. Types of Ethics 4. PART ONE: MORAL PHILOSOPHY AND BIOETHICS A. the student will be able to: 1. Moral Philosophy 2. Pro-choice Movement B. Ethical Relativism 2. Bioethics as Applied Ethics 5. Dominant Themes in Bioethical Inquiry B. Evolutionary Phases of Bioethical Studies 6. Apply relevant bioethical principles in nursing and Health related situations. Ethical Schools of Thought (One) 1. Pro-life Movement 10. Pre-Implantation /period 6. The Moral Issue 3. Natural Law Ethics II. Kant’s Ethics 2. The Moral Issue of Euthanasia 1. theories and principles of bioethics in nursing and health and.

Application of Ethical Theories 6. Meaning of Contraception 2. The Rights of Patients 7. Application of Ethical Theories F. The Moral Issue of Suicide 1. Meaning and Causes of Suicide 2. Application of Ethical Theories III. The Moral Issue of Birth Deformities 1. Definition and Types of Paternalism 2. Justifications for Truth-telling 8. Retrospect 4. Types of Patient’s Rights 3. PART THREE: MORAL ISSUES (TWO) A. The Moral Issue of Paternalism and Truth-Telling 1. Types of Sterilization 4. Types of Deformities 3. Several Views of Death 6. Justifications for State Paternalism 5. In the Medical Context 3. In the Medical Context 4. Four Major Elements of Informed Consent 4. Meaning of Patient’s Rights 2. Methods of Contraception or Family Planning 6. Confidentiality 9. The Pros of Suicide 4. In the Medical Context 6. Justifications for Personal Paternalism 4. Truth-telling 7. Limitations of a Patient’s Rights 5. Meaning and Common Cause of Birth Deformities 2. Application of Ethical Theories D. The Moral issues of Contraception and Sterilization 1.C. Justifications of Contraception 5. Attitude Towards Death 5. The Cons of Suicide 3. Application of Ethical Theories G. Redefinition and Determination of Death 1. The Moral Issue of Patient’s Rights 1. Application of Ethical Theories E. Several Definitions of Death 3. Meaning of Sterilization 3. The Need to Redefine Death 2. Application of Ethical Theories .

Justifications of the Use of Placebos 8. Informed Voluntary Consent 5.B. Criticisms 9. The Moral Issue of Artificial Insemination 1. Social Commitment 11. Application of Ethical Theories 8. Application of Ethical Theories E. Chromosomes. Sperm and Zygote Banking 11. In Vitro Fertilization 8. Prenatal Diagnosis 5. Genetic Engineering 2. Aversion Therapy 7. Single-bind and Double-bind Test Design 7. The Nuremberg Code 2. Lobotomy 2. Types of Psychosurgical Operations 3. Chemotherapy 4. and Fetuses 10. Prisoners. Electrical Stimulation of the Brain 6. Psychotherapy 5. Surrogate Motherhood 10. The Moral Issue of Human Experimentation 1. Genetic Testing 4. the Poor. The Moral Issue of Behavior Control and Claim to Health Care 1. Justification for AID 4. Cloning 15. Application of Ethical Theories . Genetic Intervention 7. and Genes 3. Sex Selection 12. Genetic Screening 6. The Moral Issue of Genetic Engineering 1. Application of Ethical Theories D. Justification for AIH 3. Sex Change Operations 13. DNA. Embryo Transfer 9. Drug Testing and the Use of Placebos 6. Medical Individualism 10. Definition and Types of Artificial Insemination 2. Justifications of Human Experimentation 3. Researches Involving Children. The Individual’s Inherent Dignity 9. Medical Therapy and Medical Research 4. Allocation of Scarce Resources 12. Organic Transplants 14. Application of Ethical Theories C.

MA. Affirmation of Situated Freedom 9.N. Dean. The Morality of Human Sexuality 1. Preventive Measures of Sex Deviation 18. Meaning of Sex to the Individual 2. An Appeal for Mutual Care 4. R. In the Moral Context 20. College of Nursing Director. Pain of Unrequited Love 8. MARY JOHN MACIAS L. Application of Ethical Theories Grading System: Class Standing: Attendance/Attitude Seatwork/Assignments/Recitation Quizzes/Unit Test Periodical Examination Total -30% -30% -40% -100% References: 1.C. Making Each be Truly Himself 7.A. Timbreza 2.Ed. M. BAGAYAUA.P. VILLEZA. Sharing Each Other’s Being 5.N. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 22. One’s Inhumanity to Another 11.. Sexual Anomalies and Ailments 21. R. Responsibility to and for One Another 14.N. Academic Services . Self-discovery as Persons 6. EDITHA A.. Humanizing and Dehumanizing 15. Instructor Approved by: SR. Pornography and Prostitution 19. Ethics and Issues in Contemporary Nursing by Burkhard and Nathaniel Prepared by: SR. In the Medical Context 17. Mutual Experience of Each Other’s Worth 3. Bioethics and Moral Decisions by Florentino T. Types of Sexual Deviation 16. Commitment and Responsibility 12.F. Safeguarding the Other’s Value 13. D. Moral Discipline 10.. Ethics of Health Care: A Guideline for Clinical Practice by Edge Groves 3. O..