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Maternal Neonatal Nursing

I. The Family and Family Health 1. Concept/ Definition of Family 2. Family structure and functions 3. Universal Characteristic of Families 4. Characteristics of healthy family 6. Levels of prevention in family health II. The Family Health Nursing Process 1. Definition of Family Health Nursing and Family Nursing Process 2. Principles of Family nursing process 3. Steps of the Family Health Nursing Process 4. Initial Assessment data base for family nursing practice 5. Family structure/ Characteristics/ dynamics 6. Social, economic and cultural factors 7. Health Status of each family member 8. Values and practices on health promotion III. Methods of Data Gathering 1. Health assessment of each family member 2. Observation 3. Interview 4. Review of records / reports and lab results 5. Assessment of home and environment 6. Tools used in family assessment: genogram, initial database, family assessment guide. IV. Typology of Nursing problems in Family Nursing Practice 1. 1st level assessment: determining familys ability to perform the family health tasks in each health treat, health deficit, foreseeable crisis or wellness potential.

2. 2nd Level assessment: determining familys ability to perform the family health tasks on each health threat, health deficit, foreseeable crisis or wellness potential. V. Statement of a Family Health Nursing Problem Health problem and cause/ contributing factors health condition and factors related with nonperformance of family health tasks. VI. Developing the Care Plan 1. Priority Setting: Criteria 2. Defining / Setting goals / objectives 3. Specifying intervention plan 4. Developing the evaluation plan, specifying methods/ tools. VII. Categories of Nursing Interventions in Family Nursing Practice Include: 1. Human becoming: Methods/ Processes 2. Competency based technique 3. Motivation support for behavior change / lifestyle modification. VIII. Categories health strategies and intervention 1. Preventive 2. Curative 3. Rehabilitative 4. Facilitative 5. Direct IX. Evaluation 1. Qualitative & Quantitative data for evaluation 2. Methods and Sources of evaluated data 3. Steps in evaluation 4. Evaluation Criterion 5. Evaluation in Family Nursing Practice. X. Records in family health nursing practice

1. Importance and Uses 2. Types of records and reprints XI. Mother and Child Health 1. Procreative Health a. Definition and theories related to procreation. b. Process of human reproductive c. Risk factors that will lead to genetic disorders. d. Common tests for determination of genetic abnormalities. e. Utilization of the nursing process in the prevention of genetic alteration and in the care of clients seeking services before and during conception.