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CUES

HEALTH PROBLEM

FAMILY NURSING PROBLEM Inability to make decisions with respect to taking appropriate health action due to: inadequate knowledge as to alternative courses of action open to them

GOAL OF CARE

OBJECTIVES OF CARE

INTERVENTION MEASURES

SUBJECTIVE: paragmotor la it akon asawa diri pa gud pirmi pirmi it kita, danay liwat nag-papawod kami tak suhag nga anak para makabulig bulig hin gastuson didi ha balay as verbalized by Mrs. Garcela OBJECTIVE: Mr Garcela is a motor driver with a monthly income of P2,000 while Mrs. Garcela and there eldest son helps in pawod making with an icome of P1,000 a

Family size beyond what family resources can adequatly provide

After 4 hours of After 4 hours of nurse-client nursing interaction the couple will be able interventions the to: family, specifically 1. Discuss what family the couples will be planning is all about. able to decide on a. discuss the appropriate action significance of to maintain family family planning size. b. can enumerate the advantages and disadvantages of family planning methods c. can identify different family planning methods. 2. Discuss with the couple the alternative actions that will help decide and select family planning methods appropriate to them a. explain the common side effects of each family planning methods b. discuss in full detail the factors that could

Discuss with the couple the alternative course of action through giving emphasis on: a. What family planning is all about. b. significance of family aplanning c. the ad vantages and disadvantages of family planning methods. d. different family methods Discuss with the couple the alternative actions that will help decide and select family planning methods appropriate to them by: a. explaining the common side effects of each family planning methods b. discussing in full detail the factors c. that can appropriately address their current situation and explaining the possible

month. A family with 8 children: Roy Garcela, 22y.o., Regine Garcela,19 y.o., Rhizza Garcela,17 y.o., Rowena Garcela, 15 y.o., Rhino Garcela, male, 11 years old, single, 5th child.Monica Garcela, 9y.o., Rica Garcela, 5 y.o. and Raymond Garcela, 3 y.o.. The family lives in a oneroom house

appropriately address their current situation c. explain the possible implications of such selected methods to their current life status

implications of such selected methods to their current life status.

METHODS OF NURSEFAMILY CONTACT HOME VISIT

RESOURCES REQUIRED

Plan for Evaluation CRITERIA STANDARD


After rendering effective nursing interventions, the couple was able to : 1. Explain 95% accuracy as to understanding on what really family planning is all about Enumerate 8 out of 10 advantages and disadvantages of family planning methods Identify 10 methods of family planning methods 2. enumerate 3 out of 5 side effects of family planning methods discuss 85% accuracy of the factors that could appropriately address their current situation discuss 85% possible implications of such selected methods to their current life status.
DATA COLLECTION METHODS

TOOLS/ METHODS

SOURCES OF DATA

Material Resources: Visual aids showing the: Family planning methods both for natural and artificial Manila papers Pentel pens Human Resources 1) Time and effort both to the student nurse and the family Transportation resources: 2) Transport service Financial resources 3) Expenses on visual aid

Verbal feedback of the couple

Mana Emerlita

Interview interview

Verbal feedback of the couple

Observation

Verbal feedback of the couple

observation