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Dr. D.Y.

Patil Vidyapeeths

Padmashree Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Nursing


Sant Tukaram Nagar, Pimpri, Pune 411 018
Mail : info.nursing@dpu.edu.in, Website: nursing.dpu.edu.in

First Year M. Sc. Nursing


Subject: Community Health Nursing, Clinical Specialty I
Faculty: Mr. Kale Sandeep
UNIT
I
Introduction

II
Health

III Population
dynamics and
control

TOPIC
Historical development of Community Health and
Community health Nursing- World and India, various
health and family
welfare committees
Current status, trends and challenges of Community
Health Nursing
Health status of the Community-community diagnosis
Scope of Community health Nursing practice
Ethical and legal issues, Socio-cultural issues in
Community health Nursing
National Policies, plans and programmes
National health policy, National Population policy
National Health and welfare Programmes
National Health goals/ indicators/ Millennium
developmental goals(MDG)/ Strategies
Planning process: Five year plans
National Rural Health Mission, Panchayat raj institutions
Concepts, issues, Determinants
Measurements
Alternate systems for health promotion and management
of health problems
Health economics
Health technology
Genetics and health
Waste disposal
Eco system
Demography
Transition and theories of population
National population policy
National population programmes
Population control and related programmes

Number of
lecture

Lecture
Serial No

1
1

3
4

1
1
2
1

9
10
11-12
13

14

1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2

15
16
17
18-19
20
21-22
23-24
25-26
27-28
29-30

IV Community
health Nursing

V
Maternal and
neonatal care

VI
Disaster nursing

VII Information,
education and

Methods of family limiting and spacing


Research, Census, National Family Health Survey
Philosophy, Aims, Objectives, Concepts, Scope, Principles
& Functions
Community health Nursing theories and models
Quality assurance: Community health Nursing standards,
competencies, Monitoring community health nursing,
nursing audits
Health assessment-individuals, groups and community
Roles and responsibilities of Community Health Nurse
Family nursing and family centered nursing approach
Nursing care for special groups; children, adolescents,
adults, women, elderly, physically an mentally challenged
Urban and rural population at large.
Community diagnosis, setting objectives
Interventions: Micro and macro nursing plans,
operationalization and evaluation.
Concepts, role and responsibilities of community health
nurse practitioners decision making skill, follow nursing
practice standards, advanced nursing practice,
professionalism, legal issues.
IMNC (Integrated Management if Neonatal and
Childhood illness)
- General danger signs
Cough & difficulty in breathing
Case assessment practice
Diarrhoeas & Dehydration
Fever & Ear Problems
Anaemia, Nutrition & feeding
Counseling & Role play
Sick baby assessment
Assessment of Newborn
Neonatal jaundice
Malnutrition
Skilled Birth Attendant (SBA) module
Disaster nursing
-Definition, concept, types
Disaster Management
Triage
Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Warfare
Disaster preparedness
Role of a Nurse in Disaster Management and role of a
nurse in NBC Warfare
IEC/BCC: Principles and strategies
Communication Skills

3
2

31-33
34-35

36-37

38-41

42-45

3
3
3

46-48
49-51
52-54

55-57

58-59

60-62

63-65

66-68

3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
3
4
10

69-71
72-74
75-77
78-80
81-83
84-86
87-90
91-93
94-96
97-100
101-110

11-113

3
2
2
3

114-116
117-118
119-120
121-123

124-125

3
2

126-128
129-130

communication

VIII
Health care
delivery system:
Urban, rural,
tribal and difficult
areas

Management information and evaluation system:


Records and reports
Information technology
Tele-medicine and tele-nursing
Journalism, Mass media, Folk media
Functions, Staffing, Pattern of assistance, layout, drugs,
equipments and supplies.
Village, Sub-Centre, Primary health centre, Community
Health centre, district hospitals, sub-divisional hospitals,
district family welfare bureau and tertiary care
institution.
Critical review of functioning of various levels, evaluation
studies, recommendations and nursing perspectives
Alternative systems of medicine
Training and supervision of health workers
Health agencies: NGOs, Roles and functions
Inter-sectoral coordination
Public private partnership
Challenges of health care delivery system

131-132

1
1
1

133
134
135

136-138

139-142

143

1
2
1
1
1
1

144
145-146
147
148
149
150

Student References (Bibliography)


1) Jayawanti, TNAI Nursing Manual, TNAI publication
2) K. Park, Text Book of Preventive & Social Medicine
3) K. Park, Essentials of Community Health Nursing,
4) Rao Kasturi, An Introduction to Community Health Nursing, I publications.
5) Freeman Ruth, Community Health Nursing Practice
6) Stanthope Lancaster, Community Health Nursing Process & Practice, Popular publication.
7) Basvantappa B.T, Community Health Nursing
8) Anderson, Community as Partner, Theory & Practice.
9) Allender, Community Health Nursing B.I. Publications
10) Harpson, Hand Book of Community Health Nursing
11) Shastr , Preventive & Social Medicine, National Publications
12) Sathe, Epidemiology & management of Health Care, Popular Publications
13) Vasundhara & Basvantappa , Community Health Nursing, Jaypee ublication
14) Mc. Evens M. Community based Nursing, Sanmdess publication
15) Kulkarni & Baride, Text Book of Community medicine, Vora Publications.
16) Cookfair Joan, Nursing Care in Community, Moby Publications
17) Maxey Public, Health & Preventive Medicine, Applin Colage Publications
18) Lippincotts, Community Health Nursing, Lrppincotts Publications
19) K.Park , Text Book of Preventive & Social Medicine
20) Saunder, Essentials of Community based Nursing, Jones & Balet ublications
21) Mahajan Gupta, Textbook of Preventive & Social Medicine, Jaypee Publications
22) Walton, Community Concepts & Practice, Scuzt Foresmen Publications

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Ghai Gupta, Essential Preventive Medicine, Vikas Publications


Babu Sheshu, Review in Community Medicine, Paras Publication
Lancaster, Community Health Nursing Process and Practice for Promoting Health, Morby Publications
Bhalerao, Synopsis in Preventive & Social Medicine, National Publications
Fromer Margareg, Community Health care & the Nursing Process, CV Mosby & Company Publications
Clarke, Preventive & Community Medicine, Boston Little Brown Company.

EVALUATION
Sr. no

Internal assessment (theory)

Periodical Exams-2
1
Mid-term
2
Pre-final
3
Seminar-2
4
Review of article from journal-2
For Internal assessment marks 125 to be converted out of 25

Max
Marks
50
75
50
50

Internal assessment (practical):


Sr. no

Assignments

Family Care Study Urban Area

Family Care Study Rural Area

Family Health Care Plan - 2

Clinical Supervision Checklist Evaluation

Home Procedure Evaluation-2


Community Health Survey & Community diagnosis & Health
Education based on priority felt health need of community
Project (Organize and conduct any one of the following- Exhibition/ Street
Play/ Puppet Show)
Health Talk-2
Clinical evaluation in different areas of placement
Practical Examination
Mid Term
Pre Term
Total

6
7
8
9
10
11

For Internal assessment marks 1000 to be converted out of 100

Marks
50
50
50
50
100
100
50
200
200
50
100
1000