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SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY

Baguio City

School of Nursing

Teaching Plan
On
Nephrotic Syndrome

Submitted by:
Lorraine Anne S. Candelario
SLU-BSN III-A4
Submitted to:
Mrs. Elena Baldas
Clinical Instructor
SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Baguio City

School of Nursing

A. DESCRIPTION OF LEARNERS: The learners are Mr. and Mrs. Raffy Molina and the patient Carl Raffy Molina from Upper Brookside, Baguio City,
Benguet. These clients lack enough knowledge about Nephrotic Syndrome. Furthermore, these clients need more specialized information about
appropriate interventions such as
.
B. LEARNING NEEDS: Concepts regarding Nephrotic Syndrome
C. LEARNING DIAGNOSIS: Knowledge deficit on preventive measures on Nephrotic Syndrome related to inadequate knowledge on community
resources for healthcare.
D. GOALS: The clients will be able to learn and practice appropriate interventions to address Nephrotic Syndrome and maintain good health of their
child.
E. SUMMARY OF TEACHING PLAN:
BEHAVIORAL
LEARNING
OBJECTIVES

TEACHING
STRATEGIES /
METHOD AND
ACTIVITIES

LEARNING CONTENT

TIME ALLOTMENT
AND RESOURCES
NEEDED

OUTCOME CRITERIA

METHOD OF
EVALUATION

After lecture discussion


has ended, the learners
will be able to:

Define Nephrotic
Syndrome
correctly.

Identify at least 5
out of 8 risk
factors in
Nephrotic
Syndrome.

List of risk factors in


Nephrotic
Syndrome.

Enumerate at
least 3 out of 5
signs and
symptoms of
Nephrotic
Syndrome.

List of signs and


symptoms of
Nephrotic
Syndrome.

Enumerate at

List of causes of
Nephrotic Syndrome

The definition of
Nephrotic
Syndrome.

Lecture
Discussion
Evaluation

20 30
minutes.
Pamphlets and
visual aid
(illustrations).

FULLY MET IF:


The learners will be able to
define Pediatric
Community-Acquired
Pneumonia correctly at the
same time enumerate at
least 5 out of 8 risk factors
of Pediatric CommunityAcquired Pneumonia, 3 out
of 5 signs and symptoms of
Pediatric CommunityAcquired Pneumonia, 2 out
of 4 causes of Pediatric
Community-Acquired
Pneumonia, 3 out of 5
diagnostic tests, 3 out of 5
treatments and 2 out of 4
complications of Pediatric

Instant oral
feedback
The learners
will correctly
answer
questions
about
Nephrotic
Syndrome.

least 2 out of 4
causes of
Nephrotic
Syndrome.

Identify 3 out of 5
diagnostic tests
to diagnose
Nephrotic
Syndrome.
Enumerate 3 out
of 5 treatment
for Nephrotic
Syndrome.

namely bacteria,
viruses, fungi and
parasites.

List of diagnostic
tests done in
Nephrotic Syndrome
and its results.

Different treatments
given during
Nephrotic
Syndrome.

List of complications
of Nephrotic
Syndrome such as
sepsis, respiratory
failure, abscess and
pleural effusion and
empyema.

Interventions to
prevent Nephrotic
Syndrome..

Identify 2 out 4
complications of
Nephrotic
Syndrome.

Enumerate 4 out
7 interventions to
prevent
Nephrotic
Syndrome.

Community-Acquired
Pneumonia.
PARTIALLY MET IF:
The learners will be able to
define Pediatric
Community-Acquired
Pneumonia correctly at the
same time enumerate at
least 3 out of 8 risk factors
of Pediatric CommunityAcquired Pneumonia, 2 out
of 5 signs and symptoms of
Pediatric CommunityAcquired Pneumonia, 1 out
of 4 causes of Pediatric
Community-Acquired
Pneumonia, 2 out of 5
diagnostic tests, 2 out of 5
treatments and 1 out of 4
complications of Pediatric
Community-Acquired
Pneumonia.
NOT MET IF:
The learners will not able to
define Pediatric
Community-Acquired
Pneumonia correctly at the
same time enumerate 1 out
of 8 risk factors of Pediatric
Community-Acquired
Pneumonia, 1 out of 5 signs
and symptoms of Pediatric
Community-Acquired
Pneumonia, 1 out of 4

causes of Pediatric
Community-Acquired
Pneumonia, 1 out of 5
diagnostic tests, 1 out of 5
treatments and 1 out of 4
complications of Pediatric
Community-Acquired
Pneumonia.

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