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Mindanao State University

ILIGAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


COLLEGE OF NURSING
Iligan City, 9200
COURSE SYLLABI: NCM 100
I. COURSE TITLE
II. COURSE DESCRIPTION

III. COURSE CREDIT


IV. CONTACT HOURS/SEM
V. PRE-REQUISITE
VI. PLACEMENT
VII. TERMINAL
COMPETENCIES

VIII. COURSE REQUIREMENT

and NCM 100.1 FUNDAMENTALS OF

NURSING

NURSING CARE MANAGEMENT 100 and NCM 100.1 (NCM 100)


This course provides the students with the overview of nursing as a science, an art and a profession. It deals with
the concept of man as a holistic being comprised of bio-, psycho-, socio, and spiritual dimensions. It includes a
discussion on the different roles of a nurse emphasizing health promotion, maintenance of health as well as
prevention of illness utilizing the nursing process. It includes the basic nursing skills needed in the care of
individual clients.
3 units lecture, 2 units RLE
54 hours lecture and 102 RLE hours
General Chemistry, Theoretical Foundations of Nursing
1st year, 2nd semester
Given the actual or simulated situations/conditions, the student will be able to:
1.
Utilize the nursing process in the holistic care of the client for the promotion and
maintenance of health
a.Assess with the client his/her health status and risk factors affecting health
b.
Identify actual wellness/at risk nursing diagnosis
c.Plan with client appropriate interventions for the promotion and maintenance of health
d.
Implement with client appropriate interventions for the promotion and
maintenance of health
e.Evaluate with client outcomes of a healthy status
2.
Ensure a well-organized recording and reporting system
3.
Observe bioethical principles and the core values (love of God, caring, love of country and of
people)
4.
Relate effectively with clients, members of the health team and others in work situations
related to nursing and health.
Assignments, written and oral revalida, quizzes, major examinations, groups activities, individual and groups
project and presentations.

Intermediate
Competencies

Content

TEACHING
METHODOLOGIES/STRAT
EGIES
Classroom
RLE

Instructi
onal
Material
s

Number
of Hours
Lec

RLE

.5

Evaluation

Time
Frame
(week)

At the end of the lesson the


students are able to:
1. Be
reminded with the
vision, mission,
goals, core values,
objectives, college
policies, rules and
regulations of
MSU-IIT and the
Nursing.
2. Explain
the importance of
studying Nursing.
3. Underst
and Learning
Contract
Given a set of
questions, the
student is able to:
1. Define a
profession
2. Discuss

Brief review of MSU-IIT and CON: vision,


mission, goals, core values, objectives,
college policies, rules and regulations.
Requirements of the course.
Coverage of the course.
Grading system
Learning Contract

I.
Nursing as a Profession, Art,
Science and as a vocation
A. Introduction
1. Definition of
Profession
2. Criteria

Lecture
discussion

LectureDiscussion

Discussion of
other relevant
and related
issues about
MSU-IIT and
CON,
feedback and
reflection

Advance
assignment
for students
to interview
a nurse on
their

Student
handbook,
fact sheets,
etc.
Learning
contract

Oral recitation

PowerPoin
t
Presentati
on

Paper and
Pencil test

10

1 week

criteria of a
profession

3. Define
nursing
4. Discuss
characteristics
of nursing as a
profession
5. Different
iate personal
and
professional
qualities of a
nurse
6. Identify
the different
stages in the
history of
nursing

7. Different
iate the
different fields
of nursing

8. Value
professionalis
m

concepts of
Nursing and
profession.
B. Nursing
1. Definition
2. Characteristics
3. Focus: Human
Responses
4. Personal and
Professional

C. History of Nursing
1. In the world
2. In the Philippines
3. History of own
nursing school
4. Development of
Modern Nursing
5. Fields of Nursing

D. Growth of Professionalism
1. Profession
a. Specialized
education

LectureDiscussion

Advance
assignment
for students
to interview
a nurse on
their
concepts of
Nursing and
profession.

PowerPoin
t
Presentati
on

Oral
Recitation

LectureDiscussion

Group
dynamics
on the Life
of Florence
Nightingale
and Group
Reporting

Textbook

Quiz

Multimedi
a
(Powerpoi
nt
presentati
on)
Powerpoin
t
presentati
on

Presentation
of the visited
fields of
nursing

LectureDiscussion

Visit at
least 3
fields of
nursing
actual
setting

Lecture Discussion

Interview
other
Faculty

Textbook

Oral
Recitation

in Nursing
In the world
In the
Philippines
9. Explain
Carpers four
patterns of
Knowing
10.Discuss
various roles
and
responsibilities
of nurses
11.Discuss
the scope of
nursing
practice as
defined by law

12.Discuss
the Code of
Ethics for
Nurses, Bill of
Rights, Legal,
Moral, and

b. Body of
Knowledge
c. Ethics
d. Autonomy
E. Carpers Four Paterns of
Knowing
1. Nursing Science
2. Nursing Ethics
3. Nursing Esthetics
4. Personal Knowledge
1. Level of Proficiency
according to Benner
a. Novice
b. Beginner
c. Competent
d. Proficient
e. Expert
2. Roles and
Responsibilities of a
Professional Nurse
3. Scope of Nursing
Practice based on RA 9173

members

LectureDiscussion

Textbook

LectureDiscussion

Textbook

LectureDiscussion

Textbook/
PDF

Quizzes

Debate
4. Overview of the Code
of Ethics for Nurses/Filipino Bill
of Rights/Legal Aspects
5. Profession/legal and
moral

LectureDiscussion

Professional
accountability/r
esponsibility

accountability/responsibility

13.Discuss
guidelines of
effect and
therapeutic
communication

F. Communication Skills
1. Effective
communication
2. Purposes of
therapeutic communication
3. General guidelines
for therapeutic communication
4. Components of
communication
5. Criteria for effective
verbal communication
6. Guidelines for active
and effective listening
7. Guidelines for using
touch
8. Development of
consideration in
communication
9. Communicating with
people who are
a. Physically
challenged
b. Cognitively
challenged
c. Aggressive

Given a set of
situations, the
students will be able
to
1. Discuss

LectureDiscussion

Conduct
interview
activities
with
classmates
and
document
NurseClassmate
Interaction.

PowerPoin
t
Presentati
on

Quizzes and
Oral
Recitation
Debate
Group
dynamics

III. NURSING AS A SCIENCE


A. Nursing Process
1. Assessment
2. Nursing Diagnosis (as
a concept and process)

Classroom

Expose
students to

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48

the steps in
the nursing
process
2. Utilize
the steps in
the care of
clients
3. Docume
nt the care
provided to the
client

3. Planning (long-term,
short-term, priority setting,
formulation of objectives
4. Intervention
(collaborative, independent
nursing interventions)
5. Evaluation
(formative, summative)
6. Documentation of
plan of care/reporting

4. Different
iate Health,
Wellness and
Wellbeing
5. Explain
the dimensions
of wellness
6. Describe
the healthillness
continuum
7. Enumera
te the three
levels of
prevention
8. Describe
the levels of
care

B. Health and Illness


1. Definition of Health,
Wellness, and Well-being
2. Dimensions of
wellness
3. Health-Illness
continuum
4. Stages of wellness
and illness
5. Three levels of
prevention

C. Levels of Care
1. Health Promotion
2. Disease Prevention
3. Health Maintenance
4. Curative
5. Rehabilitative

Discussion
Review and
Demonstrati
on of Vital
Signs, IPPA,
and other
Assessment
Skills

LectureDiscussion

Role play
scenes to
show nurses
doing health
promotion,
disease
prevention,
curative and

clinics to
observe the
different
types of
clients that
seek
consultation

Allow
students to
perform
nursing
intervention
s r/t healthy
lifestyle
such as
health
education
on Danger
Smoking.
How to quit
smoking.
Tour of
health
facilities
that provide
care of
clients
Demonstrat
ion of
nursing

PowerPoin
t
Presentati
on

Powerpoin
t
presentati
on

Paper and
pencil test

Paper and
pencil test
Documentati
on

rehabilitative
care

9. Give the
importance of
nursing
measures for
the promotion
of health and
prevention of
illness

D. Basic Interventions using


Nursing Process to maintain
1. Healthy Lifestyle
a. Assessment
i. Subjecti
ve data
ii. Objectiv
e data
iii. History
iv. Physical
exam
b. Diagnosis
i. Based
on result of assessment,
laboratory/diagnostic
tests
c. Planning
i. Diet
ii. Exercise
iii. Cigarett
e smoking
iv. Anxiety
and Stress
d. Implementatio
n

Evocative
Discussion
Utilizing
Gordons
Pattern of
Health
Assessment

LectureDiscussion

skills
relative to
concepts in
nursing
skills
laboratory
or virtual
laboratory

Performance
Evaluation

Actual
Health
Teaching
Class to
Clients in
Health
Centers/Co
mmunity

NCP making
activities

PRELIM EXAM

Ask
students to
evaluate
their health
teaching
classes
Performance
Evaluation

Teaching, helping clients


adheres to healthy lifestyle
e. Evaluation
2. Oxygenation
a. Structure and
Function of the CardioPulmonary System
i. Process
of breathing (ventilation)
and gas exchange
(respiration)
ii. Regulati
on of blood flow
iii. Conducti
on System
b. Assessment
i. Subjecti
ve data
ii. Objectiv
e data
iii. History
iv. Physical
Exam
c. Diagnosis
i. Based
on result of
laboratory/diagnostic
tests
d. Planning
Helping client meet actual
or potential oxygenation
needs/problems
e. Implementatio
n
i. Health

Assign
students to
observe
clients with
oxygenatio
n problems
in hospital
and
community
settings
Demonstrati
on

Return
Demonstrati
on

LectureDiscussion

Allow
students to
buddy with
senior
nursing
students in
managing
clients with
oxygenatio
n problems

promotion
ii. Vaccinati
on (influenza and
pneumococcal)
iii. Environ
mental modifications
iv. Nursing
Skills
- pulse and respiration
- blood pressure taking
f. Evaluation
3. Fluid and Electrolyte
Balance
a. Distribution,
composition, movement,
regulation of body fluids
b. Regulation of
electrolytes and acid-base
balance
c. Assessment
i. Subjecti
ve data
ii. Objectiv
e data
iii. History
iv. Physical
Exam
d. Diagnosis
i. Based
on result of assessment
laboratory/diagnostic
tests
e. Planning
Helping client maintain
balance in fluid and

Assign
students to
clients with
fluid and
electrolyte
problems

Demonstrati
on
Return
Demonstrati
on

Lecture
Discussion

Assign
students in
community
and hospital
setting to
assess
nutritional
status of

electrolyte, acid and base


f. Implementatio
n
i. Health
promotion
ii. Weight,
intake and output
measurements
g. Evaluation
4. Nutrition
a. Principles of
Nutrition
b. Nutrients
c. Dietary
Guidelines
d. Assessment
i. Subjective Data
ii. Objective Data
iii. History
iv. Physical
Examination/Anthropome
try
v. Nutrition
al Screening
e. Diagnosis
i. Actual or potential
nutritional problems
based on assessment
and other exams
f. Planning
i. Improvement of
nutritional status
g. Implementatio
n
i. Health promotion

clients

Demonstrati
on

Return
Demonstrati
on

Lecture
Discussion

Assign
students to
observe
clients
having
elimination
problems in
the health
facilities

healthy dietary practices


ii. Comfortable
environment conducive
to eating
iii. Assisting client with
feeding
h. Evaluation
5. Elimination
a. Urinary
elimination
i.
Structur
e and functions of the
urinary system
b. Bowel
elimination
i. Structure and functions
of the gastrointestinal
tract
c. Assessment
i. Subjective Data
ii. Objective Data
ii. History
iii. Physical
Exam
d. Diagnosis
i. Based on Result of
assessment,
laboratory/diagnostic
exam
e. Planning
Helping client maintain
normal elimination
pattern

Demonstrati
on

Return
Demonstrati
on

LectureDiscussion

Assign
students to
observe
and assess
clients with
temperatur
e problems

f. Implementatio
n
i.

Health promotion
through patient
education
ii. Maintenance of good
elimination habits
iv. Mainten
ance of adequate fluid
intake
v. Nursing
Skills measuring fluid
intake and urine output
g. Evaluation
6. Temperature
Regulation
a. Heat
production vs Heat laws
b. Neural and
vascular control
c. Behavior
control
d. Temperature
alterations
e. Assessment
i. Subjective Data
ii. Objective Data
iii. History
iv. Physical Exam
f. Diagnosis
i. Based on results of
temperature
measurements
g. Planning
i. Planning of care based

Demonstrati
on
Return
Demonstrati
on

Lecture
Discussion
Demonstrati
on

Partner
return
demonstrati
on

on the extent the


temperature alteration
affects the client
h. Implementatio
n
i. Health promotion for
client at risk for altered
body temperature
ii. Body temperature
measurement
iii. Care for clients with:
- Hyperthermia
- Hypothermia
- Heat Stroke
i. Evaluation
7. Mobility and Exercise
a. Body
alignment and balance
b. Coordinated
body movement
c. Regulation of
movement
d. Principles of
body mechanics
e. Assessment
i. Subjective Data
ii. Objective Data
iii. History
iv. Physical Exam
f. Diagnosis
i. Based on result of
assessment,
laboratory/diagnostic
exam
ii. Body alignment

Lecturediscussion

Demonstrati

Assign
student to
clients
needing
hygiene
and comfort
measure

iii.
iv.
v.
vi.

n
i.

Range of Motion (ROM)


Gait
Activity Intolerance
Body Mechanics
g. Planning
Plan of care to optimize
good body alignment,
exercise and activity
levels
h. Implementatio

Health promotion
education
ii. Nursing Skills
- Lifting techniques
- Positioning techniques
- Moving and Turning
Techniques
- Transferring clients
i. Evaluation
8. Hygiene and Comfort
a. Review of the
skin, feet and nails, oral
cavity and teeth, hair
b. Assessment
i. Subjective Data
ii. Objective Data
iii. History
iv. Physical Exam
c. Diagnosis
i. Based on results of
assessment and
laboratory/diagnostic
exam
d. Planning

on
Return
Demonstrati
on

Lecture
Discussion

Demonstrati
on

Return
Demonstrati
on

Assign
students to
clients to
provide
safety,
security
and privacy
measure

Plan of care according to


client needs/problems
identified
e. Implementatio
n
i. Health Promotion
through client/family
education
ii. Care of client such as
bathing, oral hygiene,
care of feet and nail, oral
cavity, teeth and hair
f. Evaluation
9. Safety, Security and
Privacy
a. Basic human
needs
b. Physical
hazards
c. Pathogen
transmission
d. Other risk
factors
e. Assessment
i. Subjective Data
ii. Objective
iii. History
iv. Physical Exam
f. Diagnosis
i. Based on result of
assessment made
g. Planning
Care plan for clients
with actual or potential

Lecture
Discussion

risks to safety and


security
h. Implementatio
n
i.

Maintaining clients
safety and security by
providing safe
environment through
health promotion,
developmental
interventions, and
environmental protection
ii. Nursing Skills
- Providing siderails
- Providing bedpans
- Use restrains
i. Ev aluation
10.
Psychosocial
and Spiritual Concerns
a. Concept of self
and self-esteem
b. Body image
c. Role
Performance
d. Concept of
Spirituality, religion and
faith
e. Assessment
i. Subjective Data
ii. Objective Data
iii. History
iv. Self-perception of Role
Relationship
v. Use of assessment tool

Role Playing

for spiritual well-being


(BELIEF)
f. Diagnosis
i. Based on assessment
done
g. Planning
Plan of care with the
client and significant
support persons
according to clients
state of health, level of
anxiety, support
resource, coping
mechanisms, sociocultural and religious
affiliation
h. Implementatio
n
i. Promoting clients overall well being
ii. Enhancing self-esteem
iii. Encouraging positive
self-evaluation
iv. Supporting a healing
relationship
i.
Evaluati
on
10.Assess
the nature of
pain according
to Provocative
factor, Quality,
Radiation and

Lecture
Discussion
11.

Care of Client

in Pain
a. Nonpharmacologic Pain

Demonstrati

Demonstrat
ion and
Return
Demonstrat
ion

Expose
students
to the
ward and
do some
assessme

Relief,
Severing
(Scoring and
Scaling), Time
and Frequenc
11.Identify
common
nursing care
for the preoperative,
intraoperative
and
postoperative
phases

Management
i. Strategies
ii. Methods
iii. Techniques
12.
in Surgery

a. Preoperative
Care
i. Preoperative Checklist
b. Intraoperative
Care
c. Postoperative
Care
i. Aldrette Scoring

12.Be
aware of the
needs of the
individual,
family, group
and
community on
death and
dying
13.Provide
measure that
facilitate the
grieving
process
Given a set of
situations, the
students will be able
to

Care of Client

II.

nt on pain
to clients.

on

Lecturediscussion

Expose
students
to surgical
patients,
pre and
post-OR
for
observati
on

Case Study

13.
Meeting Needs
related to Death and
Dying/Grief and Grieving
a. Concepts of
death and dying/grief and
grieving
b. Care of the
terminally ill client and their
families
c. Post Mortem
Care

Lecturediscussion

Nursing as an Art
a. Definition of Art
1. Why is nursing an
art?

Lecture
Demonstrati
on

Small group
Sharing

Narrative
Report of a
personal
experience
on death,
Dying, grief
and
grieving to
any
member of
the family

PowerPoin
t
presentati
on

Oral
Recitation

10

1. Define
Nursing as an
Art
2. Discuss
the relevance
of art in
nursing
3. Apprecia
te uniqueness
of oneself

4. Apprecia
te the
uniqueness of
other cultures
5. Apprecia
te caring as an
integral
component in
nursing
6. Utilize
therapeutic
nurse-client
relationship

2. Concepts related to
the art of nursing
3. Self-awareness
concept (Who am I?)
4. Self-enhancement
(How do I become a better
person?)

5. Cultural Diversity

Write an
essay of
Who am
I? and
How do I
become a
better
person?
and discuss
in groups
using
Joharis
Window
Role Playing

6. Caring: An Integral
Component of Nursing

7. Nurse-Client
Relationship
i.
Phases of Therapeutic
Relationship

Role
Playing

Conduct
interview
activities
with

ii.
iii.

7. Perform
basic nursing
skills

Therapeutic use of self


Characteristics of
therapeutic relationship
- Warmth
- Hope
- Rapport
- Trust
- Empathy
- Acceptance
8. Focus of Nursing

b. Nursing Skills
1. Environmental Care
2. Comfort Measure
3. Vital Signs
4. Procedures by
Concepts and Hierarchy of
Needs
5. Drug Administration

classmates

Lecture
Discussion
Demonstrati
on

Expose
students to
the ward to
do Vital
Sign and
Initial
assessment
INTERACTIV
E GROUP
DISCUSSIO
N and
VIDEO
CLIPS
Intervention
s focused
on safety,
infection
control and
hygiene/co

1 week
AudioVideo
Materials
(VIDEO
SKILLS)
Checklist
Workbook
/Textbook
PowerPoin
t
Presentati
on
Multimedi
a
coursewar
es

Return
Demonstratio
n

mfort
measures
Expose
students to
the health
centers and
hospitals
Develop
comprehensive
understanding
of the
concepts.
The
student will
identify normal
values and its
implications of
basic
laboratory and
diagnostic test.
Create a
consolidated
instructional
material/s of
the concept.

Nursing as a Profession
Nursing as a Science
Nursing as an Art

Enhancemen
t Review

Executive
Report or
Summary
Report after
hospital
visits.

Paper and
Pen
Lecture
Notebook
Workbook
/Textbook

1.COMPREHE
NSIVE EXAM.
5

2. ORAL
REVALIDA
3.
CARICATURES

2 weeks

COURSE NAME: NURSING CARE MANAGEMENT (NCM 100)


Fundamentals of Nursing
SUMMARY

CONTENTS

TOTAL NUMBER OF HOURS


LECTURE

I.
II.
III.

Nursing as a Profession
Nursing as a Science
Nursing as an Art

Grading System
Theory
Major Exam/Term Exam
Quizzes

40%

and Oral Revalida

40%

Requirements

10%

Attendance/Attitude/Class Participation

10%

TOTAL 100%

RLE

9
36
9

17
38
17

54 hours

102 hours

Skills
Return Demonstration
Exam

50%
20%

Quizzes
Attendance

20%
10%
TOTAL 100%

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Prepared by:

Noted by:

Approved by:

Elizalde Bana
Instructor

Prof. Gloria Shiela E. Coyoca


Academic and Research Coordinator

Prof. Clowe D. Jondonero


Dean, CON
Approved Date:
Old: May 15, 2004
Updated: August 1, 2013