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Intermediate competence| Content / Topic| No of hours| Teaching / Learning Strategies| Evaluation| | | lec| rle| lecture| rle| |
Given a relevant questions, the students will be able to: 1. Define related terms 2. Explain health as a multifactorial phenomenon. 3. Discuss the levels of prevention. Given relevant questions the students will be able to: 1. Understand the definition and principles of Public Health 2. Identify the core functions as well as roles and function of Public Health 3. Trace the historical development of CHN and Public Health in the Philippines 4. Differentiate the different specialized fields in public health.Given relevant questions, the students will be able to: 1. Discuss the vision, mission, objectives, strategies of the DOH. 2. Understand the levels of health care facilities. 3. Explain the Restructured Health Care Delivery System and Devolution.Given relevant questions, the students will be able to: 1. Discuss the implications of different laws and policies related in public health.Given relevant questions, the students will be able to: 1. Compute hypothetical demographic data of a given community 2. Discuss the different health indicators that affects the health of the community. 3. Analyze the health situation of the country, whether improving or not. 4. Understand the concept of epidemiology and its process. Given an actual client in the community, the students will be able to: 1. Explains principles and strategies of Primary Health Care 2. Identify the different health programs under each elements of PHC 3. Identify the different DOH Health programs. 4. Discuss the IMCI Case Management Process.Given relevant questions, the students will be able to: 1. Differentiate the types of family and recognize the roles, functions and responsibilities of each family members.Given an actual family as a client, the students will be able to: 1. Describe the tools used for family assessment 2. Differentiate areas of family coping index. 3. Identify the family health tasks 4. Categorize family nursing problem utilizing various family assessment tools 5. Develop nursing care plan based on steps given. 6. Differentiate various methods of family nurse contacts. 7. Apply essential principles in home visit and bag technique. 8. Utilize public health nurse tools in providing family nursing care. 9. Evaluate nursing care given to familyGiven relevant questions, the students will be able to: 1. Discuss the concepts of community, its components as well as elements of a healthy community. 2. Identify elements of healthy community 3. Differentiate different approaches in community development. 4. Enumerate roles and activities of community health nurse in promoting health community.Given relevant questions, the student will be able to: 1. Differentiate the types of community diagnosis as well as the possible sources of data. 2. Conduct a community diagnosis. 3. Identify the activities of planning cycle. 4. Formulate the necessary action plan for improving community health.Given an assigned community, the students will be able to: 1. Demonstrate the different community organizing activities in implementing health programs. 2. Identify varied roles perform by the nurse in the implementation of health program. 3. Evaluate community health programs implemented. 4. Document community activities doneGiven relevant questions, the students will be able to: 1. Explain various interventions to facilitate group development 2. Explain various interventions to facilitate group growth 3. Discuss concepts of collaboration and partnership| I. Concept on Health Promotion / Disease Prevention A. Definition of Related Terms B. Health as Multi-factorial Phenomenon C. Levels of Prevention 1. Primary prevention 2. Secondary prevention 3. Tertiary prevention D. Theories related to Health Promotion / Health Education 1. Pender’s Health Promotion Theory 2. Bandura’s Self Efficacy Theory 3. Health Belief Model II. Concept of Public Health and Community Health Nursing A. Concept of Public Health 1. Definition and Philosophy 2. Historical background 3. Principles of Public Health 4. Core Functions of Public Health 5. Economics in Public Health 6. Roles and Function of Public Health Nurse B. Concept of Community Health Nursing 1. Definition and Philosophy 2. Goals and Objectives 3. Historical development of Community Health Nursing in the Philippines 4. Nursing Theories related to CHN 5. Concepts and Principles of CHN C. Specialized Field in Community and Public Health Nursing 1. School Health Nursing 2. Occupational Health Nursing 3. Community Mental Health Nursing III. Philippine Health Care Delivery System A. The Department of Health 1. Vision/Mission/Objectives/Strategies 2. National Objectives for Health 3. Millennium Development Goals 4. Levels of Health Care Facilities B. Restructured Health Care Delivery System C. Devolution of Health Services (RA 7160) IV. Related Laws and Policies in Public Health A. Magna Carta for Health Worker B. Sanitation Code C. Clean Air Act D. Generic Act E. National Health Insurance Act F. National Blood Services Act G. Laws on Notifiable Disease H. Senior Citizen Law I. Revised Dangerous Drugs Law J. Act on Cheaper Medicines V. Health Statistics and Epidemiology A. Application of Public Health tools in Community Health Nursing 1. Demography 2.1. Sources of demographic data 2.2. Population size 2.3. Population composition 2.4. Population 2. Health indicators 3.5. Crude Birth Rate 3.6. Crude death rate 3.7. Specific rates of Mortality 3.8. Leading Causes of Mortality 3.9. Leading Causes of Morbidity 3.10. Life Expectancy B. Philippine Health Situation 1. Demographic Profile 2. Health Profile C. Epidemiology and the Nurse 1. Definition of related terms 2. Aspects of Epidemiology 3. Natural Life History of Disease 4. Epideomiological Triangle 5. Epidemiological process and Investigation VI. Primary Health Care as an Approach towards Health Filipinos A. Definition / Concept B. Principles and Strategies C. Elements of PHC 1. Education for Health 2. Locally Endemic disease Control 3. Expanded Program on Immunization 4. Maternal and child Health 5. Essential Drugs 6. Nutrition 7. Treatment of communicable / Non-communicable Diseases 8. Safe water and Sanitation D. DOH Health Programs 1. Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) – Overview and Case Management Process 2. Reproductive Health 3. Rabies Control Program 4. National Healthy Lifestyle Program. 5. Oral Health ProgramUnit VII. Family Health Nursing Process A. Concept of Family as a basic unit of society 1. Concept of family 2. Theories related to Family 3. Characteristics of Family B. Types of Family 1. Composition 2. Descent 3. Authority C. Stages of Family development D. Roles and responsibilities of family members E. Rights of familyB. Steps of Family Nursing Process1. conducting Family Assessment1.1. tools for Assessment * Initial Data Base * Family health task * Family coping index 2.2. Data gathering methods 2. Assessing Family Health Status 3.1. Family Health Task 3.2. Typology of Nursing Problems in Family Nursing Practice. 3. Developing Family Nursing Care Plan 4.3. Steps in developing Family Nursing Care Plan 4.4. Prioritizing Family Nursing Problems 4.5. Formulating goals and objectives 4.6. Selecting appropriate Family Nursing interventions / strategies 4. Implementing Family Nursing Care Plan 5.7. Family Nurse contacts * Home visits * Community assembly * Clinic visit 5.8. Tools of Public Health Nurse * Public health nurse bag * Bag technique 5.9. Common Family Nursing Interventions 5. Evaluating Family Nursing Care VIII. Concept of Community A. Concept of community as to: 1. Types of Community 2. Characteristics of Community B. Components of Community C. Elements of Healthy Community D. Factors affecting Community Health E. Approaches in Community development 1. Traditional 2. Transformative F. Principles and activities of community G. Roles and activities of Community Health Nurse in promoting healthy communityIX Community Health Nursing Process A. Steps of Community Nursing Process 1. Assessing Community Health Needs 2.1. Types of Community Diagnosis * Traditional * Participatory Action Research (PAR) 2.2. Steps in Conducting Community Diagnosis 2.3. Sources of data * Primary Source * Secondary Source 2.4. Factors affecting community diagnosis 2. Planning Health Program for Community Development 3.5. Concepts of Planning 3.6. Activities of Planning Cycle 3.7. Priority Setting 3.8. Formulation of Action Plan 3. Implementing Plan of Action for Community Health 4.9. Importance of Partnership & Collaboration and Advocacy 4.10. Activities involved in Collaboration and Advocacy 4.11. Community Organizing and Social Mobilization 4.12. Roles of the nurse in the Implementation of Community Health Program 4. Monitoring and Evaluating Community Health Program Implemented 5.13. Designing and implementing evaluation Plan. 5.14. Types of Evaluation 5.15. Indicators of Evaluation 5.16. Steps in Program Evaluation 5.17. Tools for DocumentationX. Working with Groups Towards Community Development B. Stages of Group Development C. Interventions to facilitate group growth: 1. Orientation, structure, direction 2. Process, negotiate and resolve conflict * Understanding the nature of conflict 3.2 Problem solving approach 2.3. Generating new ways 2.4. Helping members 3. Awareness of the effects of behavior 4. Application of new learning C. Collaboration and Partnership 1. Essential ingredients in partnership 2. Capabilities necessary for partnership| 3633699393| 88888242424| * Lecture-evocative discussion * Lecture Evocative – Discussion * Lecture Evocative Discussion – with Mural Painting about types of community * SLE: Human Tangle * Lecture – Evocative Discussion * Lecture - Evocative Discussion * Role play on the interventions to facilitate group growth| * Observation in a given community of existing health promotion, health maintenance and disease prevention activities * Interview of families in the community regarding their health promotion, health maintenance and disease prevention activities. * Interview of a Public Health Nurse in different work settings * Visit to any of the following health facilities RHU, District Hospital, Provincial Hospital, and Regional Hospital. * On site orientation to: a. Local health system b. Community health facility c. Local health situation d. National health situation * Conduct symposium about Primary Health Care and DOH Health Programs * Computation of Demographic data and Health indicators of a given community * Conduct epidemiological investigation in a given community * Each student will be assigned one family and ask to perform the following: 1. Assessment of a well family using the family data base 2. Priority setting of family conditions and problems 3. Formulation of a family health care plan 4. Implementation of the family health care plan 5. Documentation of activities performed with the family 6. Evaluation of the implemented family health care plan * Assigned students in the community to perform actual community diagnosis and formulate Community Health Plan.| Pre-testQuestion and answerDiscussion of requirementsReportingDiscussion of readingsCase discussionCase presentationPost-testPre-testQuestion and answerDiscussion of requirementsReportingDiscussion of readingsPost-testPre-testQuestion and answerDiscussion of requirementsReportingDiscussion of readingsPost-testPre-testQuestion and answerDiscussion of requirementsReportingDiscussion of readingsCase discussionCase presentationPost-test| References:Maglaya, A. Nursing Practice in the Community, 4th ed, Marikina City: Argonauta Corporation, 2005 Cuevas, F, et al. Public Health Nursing in the Philippines.10th ed. Manila: C& E Publishing Corporation, 2007 Pender, N., et al., Health Promotion in Nursing Practice, Singapore: Pearson Educational Incorporated, 2006 David, E. et al., Community Health Nursing: An Approach to Families and Population Groups. Manila: Merriam and Websteer, 2007. Reyes, L., et al., Comprehensive Reviewer for the Nurse Licensure Exam (NLE). Manila: East West Educational Specialist, 2009.

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