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Title : Semester/S.Y. : Setting No.

of Hours/Week: COURSE DESCRIPTION : The course is designed to provide students with activities to develop skills, knowledge and appropriate attitude and values on the Health promotion, identification of risk factors of an individual client, family and community. This is a 48 hours exposure in the Delivery Room (DR) as part of student learning experience in Nursing Care Management (NCM 102-B). Their learning experience focus on the basic nursing skills and application of nursing process in providing care to Newborn and adults with gynecological and obstetrical problems. The affiliates are level III students divided into 3 sections composing of 40-45 students per section. They have been equipped with appropriate knowledge on health promotion and prevention of diseases prior to exposure on the area. Given a client the students will be able to apply the nursing process in meeting promoted and preventive health needs across the life span. 2nd Year, 2nd Semester Anatomy and Physiology, PHC I and II, NCM 100-A, NCM 101-A Intellectual Ability Skills Professional Attitude Requirements TOTAL = = = = = 20% 40% 20% 20% 100%

DESCRIPTION OF THE EXPERIENCE

DESCRIPTION OF THE LEARNERS

GENERAL OBJECTIVES COURSE PLACEMENT EARLY COMPETENCIES METHOD OF EVALUATION

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Objective Classification C1

Specific Objective At the end of the clinical exposure the students will be able to: 1. Orient self with the physical set-up, policies, personnel staff and routine

Content

CIs Activites

Student Activities

Evaluation

Values

Time Frame

Orientation to the physical set-up, policies, personnel and routine delivery room activities.

Presentation of organizational chart. Discuss policies and protocols.

Familiarize themselves to the staff and personnel. Tour to the different areas of delivery room.

Pretest

Courtesy Attentiveness

1st day

delivery room activities. C2 2. Review terms related to obstetrics and gynecology. Definition of terms.

C3

3. To prepare the patient during prepartal period.

Use if therapeutic communication. Proper attire and positioning. Personal data gathering. Checking of newborns information sheet. Securing of informed consent.

Discuss and demonstrated routine DR activities. Conduct preconference. Discuss different terms use in the delivery room. Briefly discuss stages of labor, signs of placental separation and commonly use medications in the area. Observe individually during the actual nurse patient interaction.

Active discussion of DR activities. Active participation and discussion. Oral recitation Communication Accuracy 1st day

C3

4. To effectively perform the basic nursing procedures.

Vital signs Fundic height measurement Leopolds maneuver Fetal heart tone Uterine contraction.

Interview client using therapeutic communication. Assist patient in wearing DR gown and actual positioning in DR table. Gathering of data. Explaining to patient the importance of consent. Accomplishment of newborns information sheet. Supervice, guide, Actual vital signs taking assist students in the and recording. performance of basic Actual fundal height nursing procedures. measurements. Actual performance of leopolds maneuver, FHT taking and recording. Monitoring of uterine contractions its frequency, duration and interval. Collaboration with the group member and other members of the health

Individually observe in gowning and positioning of patient in DR table. Accomplishment of NB information sheet.

Obligation Carefulness accuracy

2nd day

Accomplishment of vital signs monitoring sheet. Individually observed the actual performance of leopolds maneuver, FHT taking and recording. Monitoring of uterine contractions its frequency, duration and interval.

C3

C3

5. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in starting, changing, discontinuing and regulation of intravenous fluids 6. Demonstrate and apply the principles of aseptic technique throughout the intrapartal care. 7. Accurately monitor and record fluid status of patient.

Role and responsibilities of nurses in intravenous therapy

C3

Handwashing Gloving Opening of sterile Package/tray Transferring of sterile items Intake output monitoring and recording

Supervise and guide individually in starting, changing, discontinuing and regulation of intravenous fluids. Supervise and guide individually in applying the principles of aseptic technique. Supervise and guide individually in intake and output monitoring and recording. Evaluate the effectiveness of students nursing interventions. Brief discussion of specific task or functions.

team. Actual starting, changing, discontinuing and regulation of intravenous fluids.

Accomplishment of IV therapy sheet.

Accuracy

2nd day onwards

Actual handwashing, donning of sterile gloves, opening of sterile package and transferring of sterile items. Actual monitoring of intake and output

Observation Evaluation

Responsibility Accuracy

2nd day onwards

Actual measurement of urine output and intake oral fluids and intravenous. Individual bedside conference. Check the effectivity of nursing interventions Observation Evaluation

Responsibility Accuracy

2nd day onwards

C3

C3

8. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in identifying and resolving needs and problems of patient. 9. Efficiently perform the skills and responsibilities as handle, assist and cord care. 10. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in providing effective immediate NB care.

Pathophysiology Nursing process

Observing changes in patient condition

Commitment

2nd day onwards

Specific task or functions of handle. Assist and cord care.

Actual performance handle, assist and cord care.

Accuracy Responsibility

2nd day onwards

C3

Supplies needed by NB Suctioning Cord dressingtray Anthropometric measurement Oiling and bathing Identification band Preparation and administration of Vit. K intramuscularly

Demonstrate and guide individually in rending effective immediate NB care

Actual suctioning Actual measurement of head, chest and abdominal circumference. Weight and length taking. Prepare and administer vitamin K intramuscularly Application of NBs identification band Application of ophthalmic

Observation Evaluation Accomplishment of NBs information sheet and identification band.

Accuracy

2nd day onwards

C3

C3

11. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in drug administration and observing the 11 rights of drug administration. 12. Demonstrate knowledge and skills in maintaining a lean and orderly environment.

Application of ophthalmic ointment (Credes Prophylaxis) Role and responsibilities of nurses in drug preparation and administration.

ointment.

Supervise and guide individually in the preparation and administration of medications with proper recording. Check individually in disinfecting and washing of instruments. Individually observe in proper waste disposal. Conduct individual case defend and giving of post evaluation examination.

Actual preparation and administration of drugs with proper recording.

Proper accomplishment of medication sheets. Updated medication sheet and cards. Submission of drug study. Observation Evaluation

Commitment to work

2nd day onwards

Proper care of instruments. Proper waste disposal.

Actual disinfecting and washing of instruments. Actual waste disposal

Responsibility

2nd day onwards

C3

13. Develop systematic method and critical thinking in caring of patients.

Disease case study

Submission of individual disease study. Individual case defends.

Submission of case study. Written examination

Obligation Commitment

2nd day onwards

Prepared and Submitted by: Milagros I. Sinon, MSN Clinical Instructor

Approved by: Marilou A. Malabug, MSN Dean