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SYSTEMS PLUS COLLEGE FOUNDATION

COLLEGE OF NURSING
Angeles City

CLINICAL FOCUS FOR CARE OF CLIENTS IN THE COMMUNITY


1st Semester, SY 2015-2016

Placement: COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING


Year Level: BSN Level II

Affiliating Agency: MabIga Rural Health Unit III

Specific Area of Assignment: Mabiga RHU

Hours/Duration: 6 hours/ week; 2 weeks / rotation

Entry Competencies: This clinical teaching plan will serve as a guide for the faculty/clinical instructor and students in developing the core
competencies required in the community health for promotive and preventive nursing care.

Terminal Competencies:

At the end of the RLE exposure, the students shall have:

1. Applied the concepts and principles of community health development in the care of communities and population groups.

2. Utilized the nursing process in the care of communities and population groups.

a. Assessed the health status of communities and population groups to identify existing and potential problems.

b. Planned relevant and comprehensive interventions and programs based on identified priority problems.

c. Implemented appropriate plan of care to improve the health status of the communities and population groups.
d. Evaluated the progress and outcomes of community health nursing interventions and programs.

3. Ensured a well-organized recording and reporting system.

4. Shared leadership/related effectively with others in work situations related to nursing and health.

DAY CORE COMPETENCIES CONCEPT TIME TEACHING-LEARNING EVALUATION


ALLOTMENT ACTIVITIES

Every -Adheres to ethico-legal I.Introduction 6  Discussion of Policy and Guidelines of -Pretest and Post test
Wedn considerations when hours/day DOH/RHU
esday providing safe, quality II.Assignment in the clinical area: -Journal Report with rubrics
of the and professional nursing 6 hrs/week
week care. a. As Student Public Health Nurse  Meeting with the Municipal Health -FCA Manuscript: for
experience in the Rural Health Officer and Barangay Chairman prenatal, postpartum and
6:00- -implements safe and Unit/Health Centers and morbid cases.
6:30 quality nursing Community based Practicum
interventions addressing - Case load management  Familiarize with the entire community
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health needs, problems - Participatory approach to household area, rural health personnel
Preconf and issues affecting developing community and local political officials -Individual FCA defense with
erence/ pregnant woman during competence rubrics
Checkin the peripartal phases and
newborn from perinatal to III.Focus of Clinical Experience:  Discuss the course requirements to - Drug study on the
g of
neonatal stage. enrich community exposure and commons medicines
paraphe a. Nursing process applied in the learning. usually used for
rnalias -implements participatory care of individual, groups of patients/clients in the
and empowerment clients, families and community: community setting.
strategies related to  Review of different concepts of
Case Load Management,
promotion of health, community nursing care
6:30- Conducting Health
healthy
7:00 - lifestyle/adaptation, Programs/Services, Developing
Discussi wellness, disease Community Competence  Emphasize the leadership and
on of management, b. Primary nursing elements management theories with
environmental sanitation, c. Standards of care incorporation of bio-ethico-moral-legal
Policies, environment protection d. Interpersonal and managerial aspects.
guidelin and health resource concepts and strategies
generation, use or - Unit management
es of  Assign student nurses to assist in health
access within the context - Staff development
DOH/R e. Evidence-based practice center activities emphasizing their
of primary health care. individual functions.
HU/BHS
-enhance family IV. Conduct:
competence on health
promotion, wellness, a. Individual FCA presentation
7:00- b. Seminar on trends in patient
healthy lifestyle, health
12:00 care
care, health resource
noon – access or use and safe c. Conduct mother’s class
Health environment conducive to
Center health maintenance
Activitie among its members.
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responses/nursing care
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health and social care
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behavior
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i -maintains a harmonious
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Prepared and Submitted by: Reviewed by: Approved by:

JESSICA SANCHEZ, RN, MAN JUNEFAITH ELESE C. NEO, RM, RN, MSN REGIE A. BAUTISTA, RN, MN
Clinical Instructor Clinical Coordinator Dean, College of Nursing
1st Semester, S.Y. 2015-2016