COMUNICATION SKILLS

TITLE: COMUNICATION SKILLS COURSE NO: CREDIT: 2 Credits (1 THEORY& 3 PRACTICALS) PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I Course Description/ Outline The aim of this course is able the students in writing, reading, listening and speaking. It also develops the learner’s ability to communicate effectively in their practice area and in other practical setting. Course Objectives: By the end of this course the students will able to:  Learn effective interpersonal skills in informal setting  Use effective interpersonal skills in formal setting  Gain awareness regarding verbal and nonverbal communication.  Develop awareness about language use in different settings  Understand the difference between oral and written communication.  Participate in discussion on midwifery and non midwifery topics.  Read and understand simple text at literal level.  Receive and write short message  Learn and use lexical items  Learn and use appropriate grammatical structure  Make effective oral presentations using clinical and non clinical contexts. Evaluation criteria:

UNIT-I ORAL COMMUNICATION TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
1. Gain Understanding about oral communication

CONTENTS
1.1 Definition communication 1.2 Definition of oral communications. 1.3 Start and finish simple communication 1.4 Telephone conversation 1.5 Ask for information 1.6 Express feeling 1.7 Exchange ideas and opinions 1.8 Suggest/advise/persuade/insist etc.

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE Lecture Discussion Dialogue Role play

UNIT-II ORAL PRESENTATION TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
1.Gain Understanding about oral presentation

CONTENTS
1.1 Definition of presentation 1.2 Elements of good presentation 1.3 Techniques of presentation preparation 1.4 techniques to handle with audience 1.5 time management for presentation 1.6 language for presenter

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE Lecture Discussion Dialogue Role play

UNIT-III VOCABULARY TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
1. Explain the use of vocabulary

CONTENTS
1.1 use of dictionary 1.2 parts of speech 1.3 root words 1.4 use of suffixes and prefixes 1.5 idiomatic phrases and their uses

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE Lecture Discussion Dialogue Role play

UNIT-IV GRAMMER TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
Describe the appropriate use of Grammar.

CONTENTS
1.1 tenses 1.2 sentence structure 1.3 active voice and passive voice 1.4direct and indirect sentences 1.5 articles 1.6 uses of preposition

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE Lecture Discussion Dialogue Role play

UNIT-V READING COMPREHENSION TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
1.Gain Understanding about reading comprehension

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE 1.1 skimming Lecture 1.2 scanning Discussion 1.3 Recognize cohesive devices Dialogue 1.4 reading and understanding through answer Role play
the questions

CONTENTS

UNIT-VI REPORT WRITING TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
Shows skills in report writing

CONTENTS
1.1 Historical information writing 1.2 incidence reporting 1.3 Notes writing

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE Lecture Discussion Dialogue Role play

COMPUTER SKILLS
TITLE: COMPUTER SKILLS COURSE NO: CREDIT: 2 Credits (1 THEORY& 3 PRACTICALS) PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I Course Description/ Outline The aim of course is to give basic knowledge about computer, its hardware and software and operating system. This course will able the students to work with window operating system ,Ms office utilities (Ms Office ,Ms power point, excel).It also familiarize with the use of internet and e mail etc. Course Objectives: By the end of this course the students will able to: • Discuss computer skills ,application and how it effects on midwifery practice • Demonstrate skills in the use of a word processor(Microsoft word),spread sheet/database(Microsoft Excel) • Demonstrate Skills in preparing material for presentation by slide ,overhead or computer projection(Multimedia) using presentation software (power point) • Demonstrate skills in assessing in national and international network, search engines, and database using virtual private network. • Verbalize understanding of internet and its use, values ad efficacy in communicating midwifery knowledge. • Identify use of computer in our own areas of midwifery practice • Illustrate the effective use of computer and its software in midwifery where necessary

UNIT-I INTRODUCATION TO COMPUTER TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
2. Explain the computer hardware

CONTENTS
1.1 Definition of computer 1.2 computer generations 1.3 parts of computer

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE Lecture Discussion Dialogue Role play

UNIT-II COMPUTER SOFTWARE TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
3. Explain the computer Software

CONTENTS
1.1 Definition of software 1.2 languages of computer 1.3 types of software 1.4 operating system 1.5 orientation to MS Dos

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE Lecture Discussion Dialogue Role play

UNIT-III INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEM TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
4. Describe the Ms windows

CONTENTS
1.1 orientation to Ms Windows 1.2 Windows,98,xp 1.3 Simple commands in windows 1.4 windows based operating system 1.5 Characteristics of windows OS(operating system)

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE Lecture Discussion Dialogue Role play

UNIT-IV INTRODUCAATION TO WORD PROCESSOR TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
5. Describe the Ms Word

CONTENTS
1.1 Definition of word processor 1.2 Ms Word 2000,2003,2007 1.3 Simple commands in MS Word 1.4 Uses of Ms Word 1.5 Characteristics of MS word

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE Lecture Discussion Dialogue Role play

UNIT-V INTRODUCAATION TO POWER POINT PRESENTATION TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
6. Demonstrate the use of power point presentation

CONTENTS
1.1 orientation of power point presentation 1.2 Simple commands in MS Word 1.3 Uses of Power point 1.4 Presentation on power point

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE Lecture Discussion Dialogue Role play

UNIT-VI INTRODUCAATION TO SPREAD SHEET TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
7. Describe the Ms Excel

CONTENTS
1.1 Definition of database 1.2 orientation to Ms Excel 1.3 Simple commands in MS Word 1.4 Uses of Ms Excel 1.5 Practical approach to Ms Excel

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE Lecture Discussion Dialogue Role play

UNIT-VII INTERNET USE FOR MIDWIFERY TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES
8. Explain the internet and its usage in midwifery

CONTENTS
1.1 Definition of internet 1.2 Importance of internet in midwifery 1.3 orientation to internet searching mailing 1.4 overview to website designing

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIE Lecture Discussion Dialogue Role play

EMBRIOLOGY
TITLE: EMBRIOLOGY COURSE NO: CREDIT: 3 Credits (2 THEORIES& 1 PRACTICAL) PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I Course Description/ Outline This course focus on the essentials of clinically relevant aspects of embryology.The goal is to provide students with an understand of the principles of embriognesis that could be helpful in understanding the diagnoisis,care and prevention of birth defects. Course Objectives: By the end of this course the students will able to:  Define the midwifery, midwife and Lady Health Worker  Describe the history of midwifery  Understanding the Midwife’s role towards Community and Profession  Identifies the basic structure of labor room, Basic Health Unit (BHU), Rural Health Centre (RHC)  Recognize the different type of instruments and detail about their uses  Demonstrate the sterilization and disinfection techniques  Describe the counseling of patients  Assists the patient with different problems

GENERAL EMBRYOLOGY UNIT-I INTRODUCTION TO EMBRYOLOGY TIME: 1 HOUR OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES
Lecture Discussion

1. Define Embryology 1.1 1.2 Definition of embryology importance of embryology

References: Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed. T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed: Evaluation: Test

UNIT-II GAMETOGNESIS TIME: 2 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES
Lecture Discussion

1. Define Gametogenesis 1.3 1.4 1.5

Definition of Gametogenesis Germ cell the conversion of Germ cell Into male and female gametes

2. Describe the oVULATION To implantation

Definition of ovulation Describe the Fertilization Explain the Implnatation of Ovum

References: Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed. T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed: Evaluation: Test

UNIT-III GERM DISC (2ND ,3RD WEEK OF DEVELOPMENT) TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES

1. Understanding the Bilaminar Germ Dic(2nd week of development) Describe the second week by days Eight day of development Eight day of development ninth day of development Eleven to twelfth day of development Thirtenth day of development 2. Understanding the Triliminar Germ Dic(3rd week of development) Describe the formation of Gastrulation(Embryonic,Mesoderm Endoderm) Notocord Explain the growth of Germ Disc

References: Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed. T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed: Evaluation: Test

UNIT-IV EMBRIONIC PERIOD (3RD To Eight Week) TIME: 2 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES
Lecture ion

1. Explain the embryonic Period 1.6 Definition of embryonic period Describe the derivatives of The Ectodermal Germ Layer The Mesodermal Germ Layer The Endodermal Germ Layer

References: Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed. T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed: Evaluation: Test

UNIT-V FETAL PERIOD (3 Month To Birth)
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TIME: 1 HOURS OBJECTIVES

CONTENTS

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES
ion

2. Explain the Fetal Period 1.7

Lecture Definition of fetal period Describe the development of the Fetus Explain the growth and length Weight during the fetal period

References: Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed. T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed: Evaluation: Test

UNIT-VI PLACENTA TIME: 2 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES

Understanding of Fetal Membrane And placenta Expain THE STRUCTURE OF PLACENTA Meternal surface Fetal surface List the Function of Palcenta Describe the circulation of placenta Expain the Amenion and Umblical Cord

References: Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed. T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed: Evaluation: Test

UNIT-VII SPECIALEMBRYOLOGY BODY SYSTEM OF FETUS TIME: 13 HOURS OBJECTIVES

CONTENTS

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES

1. Define the Skeletal System Describe superficially the Skeletal system by Parts: Skull Limbs Vertebral column Ribs Sternum 2. Define the Muscular System Describe superficially the Skeletal Muscle: Head Muscular ate Head Muscular ate Cardiac Muscle 3. Define the Body Cavities Describe formation of the Interembryonic Coelom Diaphragm and Thoracic Cavity Define the Cardiovascular System Describe the formation of Heart tube Define the Respiratory System Describe superficially the Formation of Respiratory System by Parts: Trachea Bronchi Lungs Define the Digestive System Describe superficially the Digestive system by Mesenteries

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Foregut Midgut Hindgut Define the Urogenital System Describe superficially the Formation of Urinary system Kidney System Genital System Define the Head & Neck Describe superficially the Formation of Head and Neck Define the Ear Describe the formation Of Internal Middle and external ear

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Define the Eye Describe superficially the Eye parts: Optic Cup Lens Vesicle Ratina,Iris and Ciliary Body Lens Choroids sclera Cornea Vitreous Body Optic Nerve Define the Integumentary System Describe superficially the Skin Hair Mammary gland Define the Central Nervous System Describe superficially the Skeletal system by Parts: Spinal Cord Brain

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References: Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed. T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:

NEONATOLOGY TITLE: NEONATOLOGY COURSE: CREDIT: COURSE DESCRIPTION COURSE OBJECTIVES

UNIT-I INTORDUCTION TO NEONTOLOGY TIME: 4 HOURS S.NO OBJECTIVES 1. Define the terms related to neonatology CONTENT definition Neonatology Neonatal period Perinatal period Neonatal Mortality Perinatal mortality rate Neonatal Mortality rate Infant Mortality rate Term or gestational age birth weight low birth weight normal birth weight very low birth weight extremity low birth weight incredibily low birth weight TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES lecture

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UNIT-II NEW BORN BABY TIME: 4 HOURS S.NO OBJECTIVES 2. Develop the skills in care of new born. CONTENT Definition Physiology of new born Immediate cre of new born Neonatal History • Natal history • Postnatal history • Feeding history • Maternal health during pregnancy • Past obstetric history • History of subling • Family medical history • Social history Examination of newborn First stage Second stage Physical; examination General examination Skin Head Eyes Nose Mouth Neck Chest Lungs Heart TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES lecture

3.

Explain and demonstrate the techniques of neonatal History and examination

Lecture Demionstration Re demonstration Charts Movies

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Abdomen Genitila Anus Spine Pulses Nerves Limbs Hips Neonatal reflexes Moro reflexes Grasp reflexes Rooting reflexs Sucking reflexes Swallowing reflexes Withdrawl reflexes Righting reflexes Asymmetrical tonic neck reflexes Stepping reflexes Glant reflexes Galnt reflexes Assesment of maturity Menstural history Brth weight Length External criteria Neurological criteria Scoring system

UNIT-III CARE OF NEWBORN TIME: 4 HOURS S.NO OBJECTIVES 4. Define and demonstrate the CARE OF NWBORN IN LABOR 5. Gain knowledge about breast feeing to the mother CONTENT Aftercare of newborn delivered at home delivered at Hospital APGAR Scoring TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES lecture

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Breast feeding Lecture Importance of breast Chart feeding Demonstration Advantages Re Contraindication of demonstration breast feeding Movies Artificial feeding

UNIT-III WEIGHT AND TERM PROBLEMS TIME: 4 HOURS S.NO OBJECTIVES 6. Define the different birth weight and term or gestational; age related problems with new born CONTENT TEACHING LEARNING STRATEGIES 6.1 Low Lecture birth Discussion weight 6.2 The pre term baby 6.3 Small for gestational age(SGA) babies 6.4 Large for gestional Age (LGA) babies &

UNIT-V Neonatal problems TIME: 4 HOURS S.NO OBJECTIVES 7. Define the different neonatal problems • • conjugated a unconjugated 7.3 neonatal hypetitus 7.4 Congnital biliary atresia 7.5 CONTENT TEACHING LEARNING STRATEGIES 7.1 Birth Lecture aspexia Discussion 7.2 jaundice &

Intrauterin e infections • Congenital Toxoplasmosis • Congenital Rebulla • Cyto megalovirus(CMV) Infection • Congenital Syphilis • Tuberclosis in newborn 7.6Nownatal metabolic problems • Hypoglycemia • Hypocalemia • Late Hypocalemia • Hypomagnesemia • Hypernatermia 7.7 Birth trauma • Head injuies • Intracranial Haerohage • Injuriesto the peripheral nerves and spinal cord • Facial nerve injuries • Bony injuries • Soft tissue injuries 7.8 Congenital malformation • Trisomy(21):Mangolism: down syndrome • Microcephaly • Myelo-Maningocele • Achondroplasia • Talipes(club feet) 7.9 Respiratory distress in the newborn • Meconium Aspiration Syndrome(MAS) • Surfactant Deficiency • Transient tachypneoa of the newborn(TTN) or pulmonary maladaptation • Choanal Atresia • Congenital diphrametic hernia • Pheunothorax • Pneumionia

7.10 Neonatal infection • Types of infection a) Superficial b) Systemic infection − Neonatal sepsis − Menigitis − Urinary tract infection − Osteomylitis − Neonatal tetinis

UNIT-V WEIGHT AND TERM PROBLEMS TIME: 4 HOURS S.NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES

8. Define the different birth weight and term or gestational; age related problems with new born

6.1 Low birth weight Lecture 6.2 The pre term baby Discussion 6.3 Small for gestational age(SGA) babies 6.4 Large for gestional Age (LGA) babies Breast feeding Lecture Importance of breast Chart feeding Demonstration Advantages Re Contraindication of demonstration breast feeding Movies Artificial feeding

FAMILY PLANNING TITLE: FAMILY PLANNING COURSE: CREDIT: CLASS: COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is design to give the basic concept of family planning and its importance for the community. It also gives the knowledge about the different methods used in family planning .It also gives the knowledge about the counseling methods used to counsel the families for family planning. COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of this course the learner will be able to understand the:

UNIT-I INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY TIME: 4 HOURS S NO 1. OBJECTIVES Describe the family structure in Pakistan CONTENT 1.1. Structure of familytypes of families 1.2. Cultures factorsValue, beliefs-Roles and Tasks, Power and coping 1.3. Functions and role of family 1.4. Family mental health 2.1. Family as a unit of care 2.2. Care of family as a client 2.3. Purpose and principle TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion

2.

Describe the family as a unit of are in the community health care

Lecture Discussion Demonstration Role play Charts

2.4. Types of nurse family contact-home visitcommunity clinicreferral-school visit

UNIT-II INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY PLANNING TIME: 4 HOURS S NO 3. OBJECTIVES Explain the family planning CONTENT 3.1. Introduction of family planningdefinition-population problems and need of family planning 3.2. Health condition requiring family planning-Bad obstetric historyGenetic condition 3.3. Social influences of family planning 4. Describe the role 4.1. Role of midwife in Lecture TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion

midwife in family planning

family planning • Preparation of physical set up of FP clinic(in use of antiseptic and disinfectant) • Preparation and sterilization of equipment and supplies • Preparation of client • Post procedure • Responsibilities • Record 4.2 Family planning education and motivation on the community level • Political • religious

Discussion Demonstration Role play Charts

UNIT-III FAMILY PLANNING IN PAKISTAN TIME: 4 HOURS S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES

5.

Describe the family planning services available in Pakistan

5.1. Family planning program in Pakistan • • Government and non government agencies International and bilateral assistance in family planning

Lecture Discussion

UNIT-IV METHODS OF FAMILY PLANNING TIME: 4 HOURS S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES

6.

Describe the indications and contraindications of different methods of family planning

6.1Temporary FP methods • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Behavioral methods for contraception Coitus interrupts Safe period Chemical methods Foam tab Jelly and paste Mechanical methods Condom Diaphragm and cervical caps Intrauterine device (IUD) Mechanical and chemical combination Physiological Combination pills Sequential pills Micro pills Depo-Provera injection Implant Vasectomy Tubectomy

Lecture Discussion Demonstration\ Charts Movies Re demonstration

6.2 Permanent FP methods

UNIT-V INTRODUCTION TO COUNSCELING TIME: 4 HOURS S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING & LEARNING

7.

Describe the counseling and role of counseling in family planning

7.1. Family planning program in Pakistan • • Government and non government agencies International and bilateral assistance in family planning

STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion

GYNAE-I (OBSTETRIC) TITLE: GYNAE-I COURSE NO: CREDITS: 4 CREDITS COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course introduce the students with basics of reproductive system, normal labor, abnormal labor, pre and post natal care .It makes skillful in handling with normal delivery and other problems during labor. COURSE OBJECTIVES: At the end of this course the learners will be able to; Define the male and female reproductive system their structure and functions Describe the pregnancy,change an dadptation during pregnnay

Explain the normal and abnormal labor Demostrate the handling with normal pregnancy. List the complication during abnormal delivery

UNIT-I REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM TIME:4 HOURS OBJECTIVES 1.Gain the knowledge of male and female reproductive organs,their structure and CONTENTS Pelvis: 1.1 Description(Bones and Joints) 1.2 Function 1.3 Types 1.4 Measurement 1.5 Difference between male and female pelvic TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Charts Model

functions

Pelvic Floor 1.6 Muscles 1.7 Ligaments 1.8 Function of pelvic floor 1.9 Blood supply 1.10Nerve supply Female organs of reproduction 1.11External 1.12Internal 1.13Structure 1.14Functions Memory gland 1.15Structure 1.16Functions

Charts

Models

UNIT-II PUBERTY TIME: 4HOURS OBJECTIVES 1.Describe the physical changes in ale and female at puberty CONTENTS Puberty 2.1 Male 2.2 Female TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Charts Model

UNIT-III MENUSTURAL CYCLE TIME: 4HOURS OBJECTIVES 1.Gain the knowledge about menstrual cycle an describe the hormones affecting the cycle CONTENTS Menstruation 3.1 Definition 3.2 Clinical feature Menopause 3.3 Definition 3.4 Symptoms 3.5 Physical changes TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Charts Model

UNIT-IV PREGNANCY TIME: 4HOURS OBJECTIVES 1.Gain the knowledge about normal phenomena of pregnancy CONTENTS 4.1 Definition 4.2 Duration of pregnancy 4.3 Physiological change 4.4 Diagnosis of pregnancy 4.5 Relationship of the fetus to uterus and pelvis TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Charts Model

2. Develop 4.6 Sign and symptom of pregnancy understanding of 4.7 Minor disorder of pregnancy nutritional 4.8Nutration and its role in pregnancy requirement during pregnancy and to advice pregnant women.

UNIT-V ANTENATAL CARE TIME: 4HOURS OBJECTIVES 1.To Understand the importance of antenatal care 2. To understand CONTENTS 5.1 a Definition 5.1 b Aims and Advantages 5.2 psychology aspect of pregnancy TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Posters Chart

the psychology of pregnant women 3. Develop skills in physical and clinical examination of an expectant mother 4.Understaning the need of health teaching to pregnant women and give advice when needed 5.3 a Physical and clinical examination 5.3 b History taking 5.3 c Abdominal palpation 5.4 d Pelvic assessment

Demonstration

5.4 a Advises to pregnant women 5.4 b Mother craft classes

Discussion Charts

UNIT-VI NORMAL LABOR TIME: 4HOURS OBJECTIVES 1.Develop understanding an d skills n the management of normal labor CONTENTS 6.1Definition 6.2Causes of onset of labor 6.3 Sign of labor 6.4 Mechanism of normal labor 6.5 Physiological change in first, second and third stage of labor 6.6 Management 6.7 complication of first , second and third stage of labor TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Charts Discussion

UNIT-VII ABNORMAL LABOR TIME: 4HOURS OBJECTIVES 1.Ddefine and discuss abnormal labor /Dystocia 2.Develop understanding of mechanism of various abnormal presentation and position CONTENTS 7.1 a Defintion of abnormal laor /dystocia 71.b Causes due to power,passenger,pesssage 7.2a Mal presentation 7.2 b Occipito posterior of vertex TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Charts Discussion Lecture Discussion

3.Develop skills in diagnosis of mal presentation 4. Develop skills in management of various mal presentation And mal position

7.3 a deep transverse arrest 7.3 b face presentation 7.3 c brow presentation Demonstration 7.4 a shoulder 7.4 b presentation /transverse 7.4 c breech presentation 7.4 d management of abnormal labor

5. Develop 7.5 multiple pregnancy understanding and skills and diagnosis and management of multiple pregnancy 6. Develop understanding and skills in the management of disorder uterine action. 7.6 a Disorder uterine action 7.6 b hypnic uterine action 7.6 c incordinate uterine action 7.6 d hypertonic uterine action 7.6 e constriction ring 7.6 f cervical dystocia 7.6 g rigid cervix 7.6 h oedematous interior lip of cervix 7.6 i prolonged labor 7.6 j contracted pelvis 7.6 k trial of labor 7.6 l obstructed labor 7.7 Obsterical emergencies 7.7a Rupture of uterine 7.7 b prolapse of cord 7.3c Acute inversion of uterus 8.1 Complication of third stage of labor 8.1a Post partum hemorrhage 8.1 b adherent placenta 8.1 c retained placenta 8.1 d vulval haematoma 8.1 e collapse and shock

7 To gain knowledge about the varios obstetrical emergencies and their manegenet 8. Develop understaning and skills in the management of complications of third tage of labor.

UNIT-VIII COMLICATION OF PREGNANCY TIME: 4HOURS OBJECTIVES 1.Gain knowledge about the conditions associated with bleeding in early pregnancy and their management. CONTENTS 8.1 conditions associated with bleeding during early pregnancy 8.1 a Implantation bleeding 8.1 b Cervical lesions 8.1 c Abortion 81 d Causes of abortion ,types ,sign & symptoms and treatment 8.1 e Cervical incompetence 8.1 f Legal aspects of abortion 8.1 g Islamic views TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Charts Discussion Specimens

8.1 h Enforced Law 2. Gain knowledge about the abnormal amount of liquor amine and its effect on pregnant women and fetus 3. Develop skills in diagnosis of hydramnios 4. Gain knowledge about the diseases caused by toxemia of pregnancy and their management 5.Gain knowledge about diseases associated with pregnancy and their management 6.Develop understanding about diseases transmitted by sexual contact and their management 7.Gain knowledge about causes of bleeding occurring in late pregnancy and 8.2 Ectopic pregnancy 8.2 a Bacteriamic shock 8.2 b Hydiatiform mole 8.2 c Choricacorcinoma

8.3 Hydramnios 8.3 a Definition, Causes ,Types ,Sign & symptoms Management and Complication 8.4 Toxemias of pregnancy 8.4 a Definition and types 8.4 b Hyper emesis gravid arum 8.4 c Pre-eclampsia 8.4 d Eclampsia Lecture Discussions

8.5 Diseases associated with pregnancy 8.5 a Cardiac Diseases 8.5 b Diabetes 8.5 c Pulmonary T.B 8.5 d Anemia 8.5 e Rubella 8.5 f Urinary tract infection 8.6 Sexual transmitted Diseases 8.6 a Trichomoniasis 8.6 b Candia sis 8.6 c Syphilis 8.6 d Gonorrhea 8.6 e Aids/HIV infection 8.7 Bleeding associated with late pregnancy 8.7 a Ante partum Hemorrhage 8.7 b Definition ,Types ,Sign & Symptoms and management

Lecture Discussions

their management

UNIT-XI OBSETETRICAL OPERATIONS TIME: 4HOURS OBJECTIVES 1.Gain Knowledge about varios CONTENTS 6.1Definition 6.2Causes of onset of labor 6.3 Sign of labor 6.4 Mechanism of normal labor 6.5 Physiological change in first, second and third stage of labor 6.6 Management 6.7 complication of first , second and third stage TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Charts Discussion

of labor

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UNIT-I EXAMINATION OF THE PATIENT TIME: CONTENT Taking the history Normal menstrual history Abnormal menstrual history Complaints of pain Examination of the breasts Abdominal examination

Demonstrate the physical examination of the gynae patient

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Movie Demonstration Skill lab Chart

Examination of the vulva Bimanual pelvic examination Speculum examination Laparoscopy Lymphography and gynaeco graphy

UNIT-II ABNORMALITIES OF MENSTRUATION TIME: SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT

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Describe the

Dysfunctional uterine bleeding

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture

abnormalities of menstruation

Total hysterectomy Subtotal hysterectomy Abnormal vaginal bleeding Amenorrhea Primary pituftary hypofunction Secondary pituitary hypoFunction Adreno-genital syndrome Lactation-amenorrhea syndrome Polycystic ovary disease Genetic causes of amenorrhea Laboratory detection of genetic defects Turner’s syndrome Sex chromosome additions TesticularfeminisatjonCryptomenorrhoea Viriljsm Hirsutism Dysmenorrhoea Primary spasmodic dysmenor rhoea Secondary congestive dys menorrhoea Treatment of dysmenorrhoeaL Presacral neurectomy Pre-menstrual tension

Discussion Movie Demonstration Skill lab Chart

UNIT-III CONGENITAL ABNORMALITIES TIME: SNO OBJECTIVES
3

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Describe the

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Abnormalities of ovary Lecture

Congenital abnormalities in related to gynae.

and tube Abnormalities of the tube and uterus Abnormalities of uterus Abnormalities of the vagina Abnormalities of the vulva

Discussion Movie Chart

UNIT-IV

DISEASES OF VULVA, PERINEUM, & VAGINA TIME: SNO OBJECTIVES
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CONTENT 4.1 Vulval dystrophy—Kraurosis and

Explain the Vulva,perineum and vagina

4.2 Leukoplakia 4.3 Localised scieroderma Lichen simplex 4.4 Cyst of Bartholin’s gland 4.5 Simple tumours of the vulva 4.6 Carcinoma of the vulva 4.7 Simple vulvectomy ... 4.8 Diseases of the urethra 4.9 Operation for the vaginal outlet 4.10 Vaginal discharge 4.11 Cysts of the vagina 4.12 Carcinoma of vagina

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Movie Chart

UNIT-V

DISEASES OF CERVIX SNO OBJECTIVES
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CONTENT 5.1 Cervical erosion 5.2 Ectropion of cervix and trachelorrhaphy 5.3 Conisation of cervix Cervical polyps and chronic Cervicitjs 5.4 Specific infections 5.5 Squamous metaplasia 5.6 Dysplasia 5.7 Carcinoma in situ 5.8 Prognosis in. Dysplasia and Carcinoma in situ 5.9 The positive smear in pregnancy 5.10Carcinoma of the uterine cervix

Explain the DISEASES OF CERVIX

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Movie Chart

UNIT-VI ISEASES & DISPLACEMENT OF UTERUS TIME: SNO OBJECTIVES
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CONTENT

Explain the 6.1 Uterine polyps DISEASES & 6.2 Fibroids DISPLACEMENT 6.3 Adenomyosis OF UTERUS 6.4 Carcinoma of the endometrium 6.5 Backward displacements of the Uterus 6.6 Sling operations on uterus 6.7 Chronic inversion of the Uterus, prolapse 6.8 Cervicovaginai prolapse 6.9 Prolapse of the posterior wall 6.10 Cervical prolapse 6.11 Changes following prolapse 6.12 Anterior colporrhaphy (and— repair of cystocele) 6.13 Repair of uterine prolapse

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Movie Chart

UNIT-VII STRESS INCONTINENCE TIME: SNO OBJECTIVES
7 .

CONTENT

Describe the 7.1 Physiology of micturition STRESS 7.2 causes of stress incontinence INCONTINENCE 7.3 Disturbed bladder function 7.4 Frequency 7.5 Investigations of incontinence

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Movie Chart

UNIT-VIII Disease of the ureter broad ligament, fallopian tube & ovary TIME: SNO OBJECTIVES
8 .

CONTENT 7.1 injury to ureter prevention of the injury Urinary fistula Broad ligament cysts Carcinoam oft eh fallopian tube Sterilization Restoring tubal patency Rupture of the tube Diagnosis of tubal pregnancy Ectopic pregnancy Sterilization Restoring tubal patency Rupture of the tube Diagnosis of tubal pregnancy Ectopic pregancy Clinical features of ovarian Tumours Torsion of the pedicle Rupture of ovarian cyst Extraperitoneal development of Ovarian tumours Serous cystadenoma Ovarian tumours Germ cell tumours Carcinoma of the Krukenberg tumour ovary

Describe the Disease of the ureter broad ligament, fallopian tube & ovary

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Movie Chart

UNIT-IX SEXUAL PROBLEMS TIME: SNO OBJECTIVES
9 .

CONTENT

Describe the SEXUAL PROBLEMS RELATED TO GYNEA

Infertility Investigation of the wife Tests for ovulation Hysterosalpingography Induction of ovulation with Clomiphene Induction of ovulation with Gonadotrophins Causes of infertility in the male Dyspareunia Apareunia Oral contraceptives Intra-uterine (IUCD) contraceptive Devices

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Movie Chart

The vaginal diaphragm Rhythm method MEDICO LEGAL problems

UNIT-X ABORTION TIME: SNO OBJECTIVES
1 0 .

CONTENT Abortion Classification Dilatation and curettage (‘D and C) Complications of dilatation In complete abortion Abdominal hysterectomy Therapeutic abortion Habitual abortion Septic abortion Septic shock Possible mechanism of septic shock Treatment of circulatory failure Hydatidiform mole Hormonal effects of mole Clinical features of mole invasive mole Choriocarcinoma

Describe the Abortion

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Movie Chart

UNIT-XI ENDOMETRIOSIS AND PELVIC INFLAMMATION TIME SNO OBJECTIVES . Describe the endometriosis and pelvic inflammation and relate problems CONTENT Endometriosis Pelvic inflammation Salpingo-oophoritis pelvic cellulites Abscess formation in pelvic cellulites Gonorrhea Syphilis Chancroid Granuloma inguinale Diagnosis of Syphilis Genital tuberculosis Venous thrombosis TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES

INTORODUTION TO RESEARCH
TITLE: INTORODUTION TO RESEARCH COURSE NO: CREDIT: 4 Credits (1 THEORY& 3 PRACTICALS) PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I Course Description/ Outline This course is designed to give basic concept of research, methodology, sampling, report writing, literature review, collection and analysis of data. It also give an understanding of ethics, critical Appraisal and utilization of research. Course Objectives: By the end of this course the students will able to:  Define the research  Describe the  Understanding the Midwife’s role towards Community and Profession  Identifies the basic structure of labor room, Basic Health Unit (BHU), Rural Health Centre (RHC)  Recognize the different type of instruments and detail about their uses  Demonstrate the sterilization and disinfection techniques  Describe the counseling of patients  Assists the patient with different problems

UNIT-I FUNDAMENTALS OF RESEARCH TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES
Lecture Discussion

1. Define the research 1.8 Definition of research importance of research Need for research the research as scientific method Source of knowledge Characteristic of the scientific Approaches Purpose of Scientific research

References: Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott Company 3rd Ed. Evaluation:

UNIT-11 OVERVIEW OF THE RESEARCH PROCESS TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES

1. Define the basic research terminology 1.9 Definition of different terms Scientific study Concepts, constructs and theories Variables Operational definition Data Relationships Control 2. Describe the Major steps in Research The Conceptual phase The Design and Planning Phase The Empirical Phase The analytical Phase The Dissemination Phase

References: Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott Company 3rd Ed. Evaluation:

UNIT-III RESEARCH REPORT TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES
Lecture

1. Gain understanding for reading the research report What are research journal articles? The content of Research Report The Style of Research Report Tips on Reading Research Report 2. Explain the locating research reports Bibliographic Aids for Midwifes and nurses Research Report Tips on Locating Research Report 3.develop written literature reviews Purpose of literature review

Explain the importance of research Need for research Describe the research as scientific method Source of knowledge Characteristic of the scientific Approaches Purpose of Scientific research

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott Company 3rd Ed. Evaluation:

UNIT-IV RESEARCH PROBLEM AND HYPOTHESES TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES

2. Explain the research problem Lecture Sources of research problem Development and Refinanacement of the research problem Statement of the research problem 2. Explain the research Hypothesis Definationn of research hypotheses Chaaracteristics of the Hypotheses Wording of the Hypotheses Hypotheses Testing and Scientific Research

References: Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott Company 3rd Ed. Evaluation:

UNIT-V THEORITICAL FRAMEWORK FOR RESEARCH TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES

3. Describe the nature of theories Definition of Theories Lecture Purpose of theories Characteristics of theories 2. Explain the Conceptual framework, Models and testing Definition of Conceptual frame And models Important conceptual framework And theories in research Testing a theories and conceptual framework

References: Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott Company 3rd Ed. Evaluation:

UNIT-VI RESEARCH DESIGN TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES

4. Describe the Research Design Definition of Research Design Purpose of research Design Desimensions of the research design 2.Explain the types of research Design Experimental and non experimental Cross sectional and Longitudanl Surveys,Field studies Evalatuion research Need Assement Case study Historical research Methodological research

References: Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott Company 3rd Ed. Evaluation:

UNIT-VII SAMPLING DESIGN TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES
Lecture Definition of Sample Sampling Population Strata Sampling Rationale Sample size Types of Sampling Non probability Probability

5. Determine the basic sampling concept

References: Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott Company 3rd Ed. Evaluation:

UNIT-VIII METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES
Lecture

6. Describe the Data collection method Definition of Data Data collection Basic Characteristics of Data Collection Method Self Report Method Scale Observational Method Biophysiologic Measures

References: Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott Company 3rd Ed. Evaluation:

UNIT-IX DATA QUALITY TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES
Lecture

7. Gain understanding for reading the research report What are research journal articles? The content of Research Report The Style of Research Report Tips on Reading Research Report 2. Explain the locating research reports Bibliographic Aids for Midwifes and nurses Research Report Tips on Locating Research Report 3.develop written literature reviews Purpose of literature review

Explain the importance of research Need for research Describe the research as scientific method Source of knowledge Characteristic of the scientific Approaches Purpose of Scientific research

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott Company 3rd Ed. Evaluation:

INTORODUTION TO MIDWIFERY
TITLE: MDWIFERY COURSE NO: CREDIT: 4 Credits (1 THEORY& 3 PRACTICALS) PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I Course Description/ Outline This course focus on preliminary knowledge about midwifery, its historical review, responsibilities of midwifes .It also gives practical approach to handle the Gynea and obs patients with appropriate use of techniques as well as counseling of patients. Course Objectives: By the end of this course the students will able to:  Define the midwifery, midwife and Lady Health Worker  Describe the history of midwifery  Understanding the Midwife’s role towards Community and Profession  Identifies the basic structure of labor room, Basic Health Unit (BHU), Rural Health Centre (RHC)  Recognize the different type of instruments and detail about their uses  Demonstrate the sterilization and disinfection techniques  Describe the counseling of patients  Assists the patient with different problems

UNIT-I INTRODUCTION TO MIDWIFERY TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES
Lecture Discussion

1. Define Midwifery 1.10 Definition of Midwifery 1.11 Definition of Midwife 1.12 Difference between Midwife and Lady Health Worker 1.4 Importance of Midwifery and Midwife 2. Describe the history of midwifes 2.1 Origin of word midwife and midwifery 2.2 Concept of midwifes throughout Different era 2.3 Development of midwifery in different era

Lecture Discussion

3. Describe the role and Responsibilities of midwifes 3.1 Role and responsibilities towards Client Family Community and society Profession 4. Explain the Ethics and Law 4.1 Define ethics and law 4.2 Differentiate Ethics and Laws 4.3 Pakistan Midwifes Act Lecture Code Book

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed. Evaluation: Test

UNIT-II ORIENTATION TO PLACEMENT AREA

TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES

CONTENTS

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES

1. Introducing to the Labor room

1.1 Define the labor and labor Room 1.2 Purpose of Labor Room 1.3 Outline the diagram structure 1.3 Role of Midwife in labor room 2.1 Define the BHU and RHC 2.2 Differentiate between BHU and RHC 2.3 Explain the basic function of BHU and RHC 2.4 Role and Responsibilities of Midwife in BHU and RHC

2. Describe the basic function of Basic Health Unit (BHU) And Rural Health Centre (RHC)

Reference: “Community Health Nursing” Evaluation Criteria Sketch Diagram of Labor Room Question Answer Test

UNIT-III INSTRUMENTS USED IN LABOR ROOM

TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES

CONTENTS

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES

1. Introducing to instruments Use in labor Room 1.1 List the names of instruments 1.2 Explain the purpose of each instrument 1.3 Identify the order of use of Different instruments 1.13 Recognize the different Instrument Set of operation

Reference: “Community Health Nursing” Evaluation Criteria Sketch Diagram of Instruments Oral Examination

UNIT-IV STERLIZATION

TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES

CONTENTS

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES

1. Understanding the concept Of sterilization 1.1 Define the Sterilize Sterilization Microorganism 1.2 Purpose of sterilization 1.3 Importance of Sterilization 1.4 Explain the Techniques and And Methods used for sterilization 2. Understanding the concept of Disinfection 2.1 Define the Infect Disinfect Disinfection 2.2 Recognize the Difference between Sterilization and Disifnction 2.3 List the names of Disinfectants 2.4 Identify the purpose of Disinfectant 2.5 Describe the different techniques of disinfectant Reference:

“Microbilogy for nurses” Evaluation Criteria Labeling of disinfectants Test

UNIT-V COUSELING OF PATIENT

TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES

CONTENTS

TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES

1. Introducing to counseling

1.1 Define counseling and Counselor 1.2 Purpose of counseling 1.3 Describe the different techniques Of counseling 1.4 Explain the role of midwife as counselor 1.5 Enlist the Advantages Of counseling 1.6 Revises the ethical and legal And legal consideration For counseling

Reference: Evaluation Criteria Question Answer Test

UNIT-VI

HANDLING WITH PATIENT TIME: 4 HOURS OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING /LEARNING STRATEGIES
Room

1. Understanding the concept of handling 1.1 1.2 Purpose of Labor Room 1.3 Outline the diagram structure 1.3 Role of Midwife in labor room 2. Describe the basic function of Basic Health Unit (BHU) And Rural Health Centre (RHC) 2.1 Define the BHU and RHC 2.2 Differentiate between BHU and RHC 2.3 Explain the basic function of BHU and RHC 2.4 Role and Responsibilities of Midwife in BHU and RHC

Reference: “Community Health Nursing” Evaluation Criteria Sketch Diagram of Labor Room Question Answer Test

PEAIATRIC TITLE: PEAIATRIC COURSE NO: CREDIT: COURSE DESCRIPTION COURSE OBJECTIVES

UNIT-I INTRODUCTION TO PEDIATRICS TIME: SNO 1. OBJECTIVES Understand the focus of paediatric nursing CONTENT 1.1 The role of the family in the care of the sick child. 1.2 The role of the nurse in the care of the sick child 1.3 Definition of common terms: - Paediatrics - Neonate - Toddler - Pre-schooler - school-age child - adolescent TEACHING AND LEARING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion

UNIT-II NORMAL GROWTH ANDDEVELOPMENT TIME: SNO 2. OBJECTIVES Understand normal growth and development from infancy to adolescence. CONTENT 2.1 Physical, psychological, social development 2.2 Language and intellectual development 2.3 Cultural influence 2.4 Responses to sickness TEACHING AND LEARING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Charts

3.

Describe factors which promote optimal growth and development of children and adolescents

3.1 Nutrition needs and feeding 3.2 Immunization (review) 3.3 Sleep, rest, exercise

- Lecture - Discussion - Demonstration - Prepare a chart on developmental milestones

3.4 Safety 3.5 Stimulation and play activities 3.6 Parent-child relationship 31 Parental concerns 3.8 Communication with siblings

- Have student identify strategies to maxims growth and development of one child she/he knows - Have students contribute their interactions/observations of children to the discussion.

UNIT-III PHYSICAL HISTORY AND ASSESMENT TIME: SNO 4. OBJECTIVES a. Identify problems of the sick child after history taking and physical assessment. b. Plan the nursing care for the sick child and adolescent. CONTENT .1 History taking and Physical assessment of the sick child 5.2 Physical and psychological response to sickness and hospitalization of the child and adolescent 5.3 Stress of illness on child/adolescent and family 5.4 Communication with child and TEACHING AND LEARING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Demonstration Use of case example

d. Identify strategies to evaluate outcomes of nursing care e. Explain the sickness to the

child and parents f. Assist the family in copying with illness and hospitalization.

family. 5.5 Parental coping with sickness and/or death of a child.

UNIT-I GASTROINTSTINAL DISORDER IN PEADS TIME: SNO 5. OBJECTIVES Identify the common health problem of children related to gastrointestinal disorders CONTENT • • • • • • • • • • • Diarrhea Dehydration Anemia Various infestation Round worm Hookworms Tape worms Thread worms Pyloric stenosis Gatrooesophegial reflux Intestinal TEACHING AND LEARING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Charts Models Role play

obstruction • • • • • Volvos Inguinal hernia Umbilical hernia Imperforated anus Diagrammatic hernia

UNIT-I Respiratory/ENT disorders TIME: SNO 6.

OBJECTIVES Indentify the Respiratory/ENT disorders

CONTENT - tonsillitis - colds - bronchitis - pleurisy - ailergies - asthma - diphtheria - pertussis - whoopingcough - otitis media - croup

TEACHING AND LEARING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Charts Models Role play

- cystic fibrosis Pneumonia

UNIT-I Genitourinary disorders

TIME: SNO 7.

OBJECTIVES Indentify the Genitourinary disorders

CONTENT nephritis pyelonephritis renal calculi nephrotic syndrome •1 phimosis undescended testes ambiguous genitalia

TEACHING AND LEARING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Charts Models Role play

hydrocele

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renal failure

hypospadiaslepispadia

UNIT-I Neurological disorders

TIME: SNO 8.

OBJECTIVES Indentify the Neurological disorders

CONTENT epilepsy meningitis polio rehabilitation mental retardation seizures hydrocephalus encephalitis

TEACHING AND LEARING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Charts Models Role play

neuromuscular disorders Guitliane-Barre syndrome muscular dystrophy meningomyelocele encephalocele meningocele spina I

UnitCardiovascular disorders TIME: SNO 9. OBJECTIVES Indentify the Cardiovascular disorders CONTENT anemia thalassaemia u4em hemophilia TEACHING AND LEARING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Charts Models Role play

congenital heart disease of children Collagen disorders rheumatic

fever rheumatic heart disease

UnitCongenital disorders TIME: SNO 10.

OBJECTIVES Identify the Congenital disorders

CONTENT cleft lip cleft palate - clubfoot Endocrine disorders - insulin dependent diabetes mellitus - Cushings

TEACHING AND LEARING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Charts Models Role play

syndrome - Hypothyroidism - Hyperthyroidism - Hypopitituitarism - Hyperpituitarism Skin disorders/infections - Scabies - Eczema - Boils - Impetigo - Ringworm Musculoskeletal disorders - Fractures - Traction - Scoliosis - Lordosis - Kyphosis Viral infections - mumps - measles - chicken pox Accidents - Falls - Burns - Drowning - Asphyxia - Poisoning Injury due to sharp instruments Foreign body in the eye, ear, nose, throat, stomach

Safety measures for prevention of common accidents

UNIT-I Medication administration rule TIME: SNO 11.

OBJECTIVES Indentify the Genitourinary disorders

CONTENT Rules of calculation of dose: - Young’s rule - Clark’s rule - Fried’s rule

TEACHING AND LEARING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Charts Models Role play

MIDWIFERY & PUBLIC HEALTH TITLE: CREDIT CLASS COURSE DECRIPTION OBJECVTIVES MIDWIFERY & PUBLIC HEALTH COURSE NO:

UNIT-I INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HEALTH TIME: 4 HOURS S NO 8. OBJECTIVES Describe the relation of midwifery with public health CONTENT 8.1. definition of public health 8.2. Importance of public health 8.3. Relations of midwife with public health 8.4. Role of midwife with public health TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion

UNIT-II DISTRICT MIDWIFE SERVICES TIME: 4 HOURS S NO 9. OBJECTIVES Understand the principles & importance of District Midwifery Services for the mother and child health CONTENT 9.1. Definition 9.2. District Midwifery organization 9.3. Staff • District Midwifery Supervisor • Charge nurse • Nurse Midwife\Pupil Midwife • Bearer • Driver 9.4. function(To provide antenatal Intranatal and Postnatal care to TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion

SNO 3.1.

OBJECTIVES Define the fundamentals of Health Management information system (HMIS)

all the registered cases in the homes & clinic) 9.5. CONTENT Referral of cases to hospital 1.1 Basic terms related to HMIS 1.2 Difference between Health Management information system (HMIS), Hospital Management System& Health Information system. 1.3 Importance of HMIS 1.4 Role of Midwife\Midwife Nurse in HMIS 1.5 Function of HMIS 1.6

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Charts

UNIT-I INTORDUCTION TO HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM TIME:

SNO 2.

OBJECTIVES Explain the HMIS Design

CONTENT 2.1 Organization structure • Central\state • Province Level • District Level • PHC\Hospital • Sub Centre 2.2 Content or Flow of the HMIS 2.3 Team of staff members 2.4 Basic components and equipment of HMIS

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Charts Models

UNIT-II HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (HMIS) DESIGN TIME:

SNO 3.

OBJECTIVES Describe the HMIS data collection process

CONTENT 3.1 Data vs. Information vs. Knowledge 3.2 Health care data and data sources 3.3 Data standard & data models 3.4 Information & communication 3.5 Information architecture and flow 3.6 Data requirement of an Integrated delivery system 3.7 Data normalization 3.8 Health system record 3.9 Interfaced vs. Integrated HMIS

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion Charts Models

UNIT-III HMIS DATA COLLECTION PROCESS TIME

UNIT-IV IMPLEMENTION OF HMIS Time: SNO OBJECTIVES 1. Explain the HMIS implementation process

CONTENT 1.1 Pre-implementation period • Need assessment • Consultation to the program manger • Development of a forms and indicators • Community based information system 1.2 Development phase 1.3 Pre test stages • Training strategies • Reviews of the training strategies • Computerization of the manual HMIS • The role of out phase 1.4 The Roll-Out Phase 1.5 Post implementation review

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES

UNIT-V HMIS IN WORLD AND PAKISTAN Time: SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT 2. Review the HMIS in world and Pakistan 2.1 History of HMIS • WHO & HMIS • HMIS in Pakistan 2.2 Future of HMIS in Pakistan and world

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES

UNIT-V1 ISSUES AND PROBLEMS RELATED TO HMIS Time: SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT 3. Describe issues and problems related to the HMIS in world and Pakistan

TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES 3.1 Internal issues and factors Lecture Discussion 6.2 External issues and factors Charts Models

UNIT-III REFFERAL SYSTEM TIME: 4 HOURS S NO 10. OBJECTIVES Gain knowledge about the referral CONTENT 10.1.Basic unit of health system • BHU TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES

system of her\his province

• MCH • RHC • THQ Hospital • DHQ • Teaching Institution 10.2.Referral System 10.3.Legal issues in referral system

UNIT-IV HEALTH AGENCIES TIME: 4 HOURS S NO 11. OBJECTIVES Gain knowledge about the Govt: & CONTENT 11.1.Helping agencies 11.2.Govt Agencies TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion

non Govt: Agencies to contact for help.

11.3.World Agencies • WHO • UNICEF • UNISCO • SOCIAL SECURITY • Red Crescent\Red Cross 4.4 Non Govt: Organization Edhi Welfare

UNIT-V REGULARITIES BODIES FOR MIDWIFES TIME: 4 HOURS S NO 12. OBJECTIVES Gain knowledge about the bodies of CONTENT 12.1.Pakistan nursing council 12.2.Provinincial Nursing Examination board TEACHING & LEARNING STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion

training of Midwife

UNIT-VI LEGAL ASPECT OF MIDWIFERY PRACTICE TIME: 4 HOURS S OBJECTIVES CONTENT NO TEACHING & LEARNING

13.

Understand the importance of legal aspects of midwifery practice

13.1.Rules and Regulation governing the practice and supervision of midwifes 13.2.PNC regulation for midwife practice 13.3.Responsibilities as a midwife 13.4.Birth and death registration 13.5.Notification of communicable diseases.

STRATEGIES Lecture Discussion

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