To have an opportunity to apply our knowledge, skills and attitudes in giving service to different individuals with their different communicable diseases and as well as to acquire more learning from such diseases Specific:
To orient us to their own rules and regulation inside the ward To encounter the unique attitudes of people and to enhance our ability to adjust and have a therapeutic relationship with them To educate patients about their disease for them to be aware and learn how to prevent and manage the disease through health education Learning’s: The other week, we all work as functional. Everyone has its own assignment-the medicine nurse, the charge nurse and the bedside nurse. I was assigned to be the bedside nurse on the first day. I learned to look out or monitor the patients assigned to us. Though it was really hard because my patient is very suspicious, but because I know some therapeutic techniques I was able to get his trust. On the second day, I was then assigned to be the medicine nurse. I prepare and give medicines to our patients, I did some health teaching also to patients. It is an overwhelming feeling to do this job. During our functional group, I feel excited and happy all the time and I also learned a lot because we’ve been test on how we are responsible to our designated assignment. On how to be resourceful and active all the time.