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COMUNICATION SKILLS

TITLE: COMUNICATION SKILLS


COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 2 Credits (1 THEORY& 3 PRACTICALS)
PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I

Course Description/ Outline


The aim of this course is able the students in writing, reading, listening and speaking. It
also develops the learner’s ability to communicate effectively in their practice area and in
other practical setting.
Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the students will able to:


 Learn effective interpersonal skills in informal setting
 Use effective interpersonal skills in formal setting
 Gain awareness regarding verbal and nonverbal communication.
 Develop awareness about language use in different settings
 Understand the difference between oral and written communication.
 Participate in discussion on midwifery and non midwifery topics.
 Read and understand simple text at literal level.
 Receive and write short message
 Learn and use lexical items
 Learn and use appropriate grammatical structure
 Make effective oral presentations using clinical and non clinical contexts.
UNIT-I
ORAL COMMUNICATION
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
1. Gain 1.1 Definition communication Lecture
Understanding 1.2 Definition of oral communications. Discussion
about oral 1.3 Start and finish simple communication Dialogue
communication 1.4 Telephone conversation Role play
1.5 Ask for information
1.6 Express feeling
1.7 Exchange ideas and opinions
1.8 Suggest/advise/persuade/insist etc.

UNIT-II
ORAL PRESENTATION
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
1.Gain Understanding 1.1 Definition of presentation Lecture
about oral 1.2 Elements of good presentation Discussion
presentation 1.3 Techniques of presentation preparation Dialogue
1.4 techniques to handle with audience Role play
1.5 time management for presentation
1.6 language for presenter
UNIT-III
VOCABULARY
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
1. Explain the 1.1 use of dictionary Lecture
use of 1.2 parts of speech Discussion
vocabulary 1.3 root words Dialogue
1.4 use of suffixes and prefixes Role play
1.5 idiomatic phrases and their uses

UNIT-IV
GRAMMER
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
Describe the 1.1 tenses Lecture
appropriate use of 1.2 sentence structure Discussion
Grammar. 1.3 active voice and passive voice Dialogue
1.4direct and indirect sentences Role play
1.5 articles
1.6 uses of preposition
UNIT-V
READING COMPREHENSION
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
1.Gain Understanding 1.1 skimming Lecture
about reading 1.2 scanning Discussion
comprehension 1.3 Recognize cohesive devices Dialogue
1.4 reading and understanding through answer Role play
the questions

UNIT-VI
REPORT WRITING
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
Shows skills in report 1.1 Historical information writing Lecture
writing 1.2 incidence reporting Discussion
1.3 Notes writing Dialogue
Role play
COMPUTER SKILLS

TITLE: COMPUTER SKILLS


COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 2 Credits (1 THEORY& 3 PRACTICALS)
PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I

Course Description/ Outline


The aim of course is to give basic knowledge about computer, its hardware and software
and operating system. This course will able the students to work with window operating
system ,Ms office utilities (Ms Office ,Ms power point, excel).It also familiarize with the
use of internet and e mail etc.
Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the students will able to:


• Discuss computer skills ,application and how it effects on midwifery practice
• Demonstrate skills in the use of a word processor(Microsoft word),spread
sheet/database(Microsoft Excel)
• Demonstrate Skills in preparing material for presentation by slide ,overhead or
computer projection(Multimedia) using presentation software (power point)
• Demonstrate skills in assessing in national and international network, search engines,
and database using virtual private network.
• Verbalize understanding of internet and its use, values ad efficacy in communicating
midwifery knowledge.
• Identify use of computer in our own areas of midwifery practice
• Illustrate the effective use of computer and its software in midwifery where necessary
UNIT-I
INTRODUCATION TO COMPUTER
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
2. Explain the 1.1 Definition of computer Lecture
computer 1.2 computer generations Discussion
hardware 1.3 parts of computer Dialogue
Role play

UNIT-II
OPERATING SYSTEM
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
3. Explain the 1.1 Definition of software Lecture
computer 1.2 languages of computer Discussion
Software 1.3 types of software Dialogue
1.4 operating system Role play
1.5 orientation to MS Dos
UNIT-III
OPERATING SYSTEM
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
4. Describe the Ms 1.1 orientation to Ms Windows Lecture
windows 1.2 Windows,98,xp Discussion
1.3 Simple commands in windows Dialogue
1.4 windows based operating system Role play
1.5 Characteristics of windows OS(operating
system)

UNIT-IV
INTRODUCAATION TO WORD PROCESSOR
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
5. Describe the Ms 1.1 Definition of word processor Lecture
Word 1.2 Ms Word 2000,2003,2007 Discussion
1.3 Simple commands in MS Word Dialogue
1.4 Uses of Ms Word Role play
1.5 Characteristics of MS word
UNIT-V
INTRODUCAATION TO POWER POINT PRESENTATION
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
6. Demonstrate the 1.1 orientation of power point presentation Lecture
use of power 1.2 Simple commands in MS Word Discussion
point presentation 1.3 Uses of Power point Dialogue
1.4 Presentation on power point Role play

UNIT-VI
INTRODUCAATION TO SPREAD SHEET
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
7. Describe the Ms 1.1 Definition of database Lecture
Excel 1.2 orientation to Ms Excel Discussion
1.3 Simple commands in MS Word Dialogue
1.4 Uses of Ms Excel Role play
1.5 Practical approach to Ms Excel
UNIT-VII
INTERNET USE FOR MIDWIFERY
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
8. Explain the 1.1 Definition of internet Lecture
internet and its 1.2 Importance of internet in midwifery Discussion
usage in 1.3 orientation to internet searching mailing Dialogue
midwifery 1.4 overview to website designing Role play
INTORODUTION TO MIDWIFERY

TITLE: MDWIFERY
COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 4 Credits (1 THEORY& 3 PRACTICALS)
PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I

Course Description/ Outline

This course focus on preliminary knowledge about midwifery, its historical review,
responsibilities of midwifes .It also gives practical approach to handle the Gynea and obs
patients with appropriate use of techniques as well as counseling of patients.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the students will able to:


 Define the midwifery, midwife and Lady Health Worker
 Describe the history of midwifery
 Understanding the Midwife’s role towards Community and Profession
 Identifies the basic structure of labor room, Basic Health Unit (BHU), Rural Health
Centre (RHC)
 Recognize the different type of instruments and detail about their uses
 Demonstrate the sterilization and disinfection techniques
 Describe the counseling of patients
 Assists the patient with different problems
UNIT-I
INTRODUCTION TO MIDWIFERY
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Define Midwifery Lecture
1.1 Definition of Midwifery Discussion
1.2 Definition of Midwife
1.3 Difference between Midwife and
Lady Health Worker
1.4 Importance of Midwifery and Midwife

2. Describe the history 2.1 Origin of word midwife and midwifery Lecture
of midwifes 2.2 Concept of midwifes throughout Discussion
Different era
2.3 Development of midwifery in different era

3. Describe the role and


Responsibilities of midwifes 3.1 Role and responsibilities towards
Client
Family
Community and society
Profession

4. Explain the Ethics and Law 4.1 Define ethics and law
4.2 Differentiate Ethics and Laws Lecture
4.3 Pakistan Midwifes Act Code Book

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.

Evaluation:
Test
UNIT-II

ORIENTATION TO PLACEMENT AREA


TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Introducing to the Labor room 1.1 Define the labor and labor
Room
1.2 Purpose of Labor Room
1.3 Outline the diagram structure
1.3 Role of Midwife in labor room

2. Describe the basic function of 2.1 Define the BHU and RHC
Basic Health Unit (BHU) 2.2 Differentiate between BHU
And Rural Health Centre (RHC) and RHC
2.3 Explain the basic function of
BHU and RHC
2.4 Role and Responsibilities of
Midwife in BHU and RHC

Reference:

“Community Health Nursing”

Evaluation Criteria

Sketch Diagram of Labor Room


Question Answer
Test
UNIT-III

INSTRUMENTS USED IN LABOR ROOM


TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Introducing to instruments
Use in labor Room
1.1 List the names of instruments
1.2 Explain the purpose of each instrument
1.3 Identify the order of use of
Different instruments
1.4 Recognize the different
Instrument Set of operation

Reference:

“Community Health Nursing”

Evaluation Criteria

Sketch Diagram of Instruments


Oral Examination
UNIT-IV

STERLIZATION
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Understanding the concept
Of sterilization
1.1 Define the
Sterilize
Sterilization
Microorganism
1.2 Purpose of sterilization
1.3 Importance of Sterilization
1.4 Explain the Techniques and
And Methods used for sterilization

2. Understanding the concept of


Disinfection
2.1 Define the
Infect
Disinfect
Disinfection
2.2 Recognize the Difference between
Sterilization and Disifnction
2.3 List the names of Disinfectants
2.4 Identify the purpose of Disinfectant
2.5 Describe the different techniques
of disinfectant

Reference:

“Microbilogy for nurses”

Evaluation Criteria
Labeling of disinfectants
Test
UNIT-V

COUSELING OF PATIENT
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Introducing to counseling 1.1 Define counseling and
Counselor
1.2 Purpose of counseling
1.3 Describe the different techniques
Of counseling
1.4 Explain the role of midwife
as counselor
1.5 Enlist the Advantages
Of counseling
1.6 Revises the ethical and legal
And legal consideration
For counseling

Reference:

Evaluation Criteria

Question Answer

Test
UNIT-VI

HANDLING WITH PATIENT


TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Understanding the concept
of handling 1.1 Room
1.2 Purpose of Labor Room
1.3 Outline the diagram structure
1.3 Role of Midwife in labor room

2. Describe the basic function of 2.1 Define the BHU and RHC
Basic Health Unit (BHU) 2.2 Differentiate between BHU
And Rural Health Centre (RHC) and RHC
2.3 Explain the basic function of
BHU and RHC
2.4 Role and Responsibilities of
Midwife in BHU and RHC

Reference:

“Community Health Nursing”

Evaluation Criteria

Sketch Diagram of Labor Room


Question Answer
Test
EMBRIOLOGY

TITLE: EMBRIOLOGY
COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 3 Credits (2 THEORIES& 1 PRACTICAL)
PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I

Course Description/ Outline

This course focus on the essentials of clinically relevant aspects of embryology.The goal
is to provide students with an understand of the principles of embriognesis that could be
helpful in understanding the diagnoisis,care and prevention of birth defects.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the students will able to:


 Define the midwifery, midwife and Lady Health Worker
 Describe the history of midwifery
 Understanding the Midwife’s role towards Community and Profession
 Identifies the basic structure of labor room, Basic Health Unit (BHU), Rural Health
Centre (RHC)
 Recognize the different type of instruments and detail about their uses
 Demonstrate the sterilization and disinfection techniques
 Describe the counseling of patients
 Assists the patient with different problems
GENERAL EMBRYOLOGY
UNIT-I
INTRODUCTION TO EMBRYOLOGY
TIME: 1 HOUR
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Define Embryology Lecture
1.5 Definition of embryology Discussion
1.6 importance of embryology

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:

Evaluation:
Test
UNIT-II
GAMETOGNESIS
TIME: 2 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Define Gametogenesis Lecture
1.7 Definition of Gametogenesis Discussion
1.8 Germ cell
1.9 the conversion of Germ cell
Into male and female gametes

2. Describe the oVULATION


To implantation Definition of ovulation
Describe the Fertilization
Explain the Implnatation of Ovum

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:

Evaluation:
Test
UNIT-III
GERM DISC
(2ND ,3RD WEEK OF DEVELOPMENT)
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Understanding the Bilaminar
Germ Dic(2nd week of development)
Describe the second week by days
Eight day of development
Eight day of development
ninth day of development
Eleven to twelfth day of development
Thirtenth day of development
2. Understanding the Triliminar
Germ Dic(3rd week of development)
Describe the formation of
Gastrulation(Embryonic,Mesoderm
Endoderm)
Notocord
Explain the growth of Germ Disc

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:

Evaluation:
Test
UNIT-IV
EMBRIONIC PERIOD
(3RD To Eight Week)
TIME: 2 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Explain the embryonic
Period Lecture
1.10 Definition of embryonic period ion
Describe the derivatives of
The Ectodermal Germ Layer
The Mesodermal Germ Layer
The Endodermal Germ Layer

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:

Evaluation:
Test
UNIT-V
FETAL PERIOD
(3RD Month To Birth)
TIME: 1 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
2. Explain the Fetal
Period Lecture
1.11 Definition of fetal period ion
Describe the development of the Fetus
Explain the growth and length
Weight during the fetal period

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:

Evaluation:
Test
UNIT-VI
PLACENTA
TIME: 2 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
Understanding of Fetal Membrane
And placenta
Expain THE STRUCTURE OF PLACENTA
Meternal surface
Fetal surface
List the Function of Palcenta
Describe the circulation of placenta
Expain the Amenion and Umblical Cord

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:

Evaluation:
Test
UNIT-VII
SPECIALEMBRYOLOGY
BODY SYSTEM OF FETUS

TIME: 13 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Define the Skeletal System
Describe superficially the
Skeletal system by Parts:
Skull
Limbs
Vertebral column
Ribs
Sternum
2. Define the Muscular System
Describe superficially the
Skeletal Muscle:
Head Muscular ate
Head Muscular ate
Cardiac Muscle

3. Define the Body Cavities


Describe formation of the
Interembryonic Coelom
Diaphragm and Thoracic Cavity

4. Define the Cardiovascular System


Describe the formation of
Heart tube

5. Define the Respiratory System


Describe superficially the
Formation of Respiratory
System by Parts:
Trachea
Bronchi
Lungs

6. Define the Digestive System


Describe superficially the
Digestive system by
Mesenteries
Foregut
Midgut
Hindgut
7. Define the Urogenital System
Describe superficially the
Formation of
Urinary system
Kidney System
Genital System
8. Define the Head & Neck
Describe superficially the
Formation of Head and Neck

9. Define the Ear


Describe the formation
Of Internal Middle and external ear

10. Define the Eye


Describe superficially the
Eye parts:
Optic Cup
Lens Vesicle
Ratina,Iris and Ciliary Body
Lens
Choroids sclera Cornea
Vitreous Body
Optic Nerve
11. Define the Integumentary System
Describe superficially the
Skin
Hair
Mammary gland

12. Define the Central Nervous System


Describe superficially the
Skeletal system by Parts:
Spinal Cord
Brain

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:
GYNAE-I
(OBSTETRIC)
TITLE: GYNAE-I
COURSE NO:
CREDITS: 4 CREDITS

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course introduce the students with basics of reproductive system, normal labor,
abnormal labor, pre and post natal care .It makes skillful in handling with normal delivery
and other problems during labor.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of this course the learners will be able to;

Define the male and female reproductive system their structure and functions
Describe the pregnancy, change an adaptation during pregnancy
Explain the normal and abnormal labor
Demonstrate the handling with normal pregnancy.
List the complication during abnormal delivery
UNIT-I
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
TIME:4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Gain the Pelvis: Lecture
knowledge of 1.1 Description (Bones and Joints) Charts
male and female 1.2 Function Model
reproductive 1.3 Types
organs, their 1.4 Measurement
structure and 1.5 Difference between male and female pelvic
functions Pelvic Floor
1.6 Muscles
1.7 Ligaments
1.8 Function of pelvic floor
1.9 Blood supply
1.10Nerve supply
Female organs of reproduction
1.11External Charts
1.12Internal
1.13Structure
1.14Functions
Memory gland
1.15Structure Models
1.16Functions
UNIT-II
PUBERTY
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Describe the Puberty Lecture
physical changes 2.1 Male Charts
in ale and female 2.2 Female Model
at puberty
UNIT-III
MENUSTURAL CYCLE
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Gain the Menstruation Lecture
knowledge about 3.1 Definition Charts
menstrual cycle 3.2 Clinical feature Model
an describe the Menopause
hormones 3.3 Definition
affecting the 3.4 Symptoms
cycle 3.5 Physical changes
UNIT-IV
PREGNANCY
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Gain the 4.1 Definition Lecture
knowledge about 4.2 Duration of pregnancy Charts
normal 4.3 Physiological change Model
phenomena of 4.4 Diagnosis of pregnancy
pregnancy 4.5 Relationship of the fetus to uterus and pelvis

2. Develop 4.6 Sign and symptom of pregnancy


understanding of 4.7 Minor disorder of pregnancy
nutritional 4.8Nutration and its role in pregnancy
requirement
during pregnancy
and to advice
pregnant women.
UNIT-V
ANTENATAL CARE
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.To Understand 5.1 a Definition Lecture
the importance 5.1 b Aims and Advantages Posters
of antenatal care

2. To understand 5.2 psychology aspect of pregnancy Chart


the psychology
of pregnant
women

3. Develop skills 5.3 a Physical and clinical examination


in physical and 5.3 b History taking
clinical 5.3 c Abdominal palpation Demonstration
examination of 5.4 d Pelvic assessment
an expectant
mother

4.Understaning 5.4 a Advises to pregnant women Discussion


the need of 5.4 b Mother craft classes Charts
health teaching
to pregnant
women and give
advice when
needed
UNIT-VI
NORMAL LABOR
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Develop 6.1Definition Lecture
understanding an 6.2Causes of onset of labor Charts
d skills n the 6.3 Sign of labor Discussion
management of 6.4 Mechanism of normal labor
normal labor 6.5 Physiological change in first, second and third
stage of labor
6.6 Management
6.7 complication of first, second and third stage
of labor
UNIT-VII
ABNORMAL LABOR
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Ddefine and 7.1 a Definition of abnormal labor /dystocia Lecture
discuss abnormal 71.b Causes due to power, passenger, pesssage Charts
labor /Dystocia Discussion

2.Develop 7.2a Mal presentation Lecture


understanding of 7.2 b Occipito posterior of vertex Discussion
mechanism of
various abnormal
presentation and
position

3.Develop skills in 7.3 a deep transverse arrest


diagnosis of mal 7.3 b face presentation
presentation 7.3 c brow presentation
Demonstration
4. Develop skills in 7.4 a shoulder
management of 7.4 b presentation /transverse
various mal 7.4 c breech presentation
presentation 7.4 d management of abnormal labor
And mal position

5. Develop 7.5 multiple pregnancy


understanding and
skills and
diagnosis and
management of
multiple pregnancy

6. Develop 7.6 a Disorder uterine action


understanding and 7.6 b hypnic uterine action
skills in the 7.6 c incordinate uterine action
management of 7.6 d hypertonic uterine action
disorder uterine 7.6 e constriction ring
action. 7.6 f cervical dystocia
7.6 g rigid cervix
7.6 h oedematous interior lip of cervix
7.6 i prolonged labor
7.6 j contracted pelvis
7.6 k trial of labor
7.6 l obstructed labor
7 To gain 7.7 Obstetrical emergencies
knowledge about 7.7a Rupture of uterine
the various 7.7 b prolapsed of cord
obstetrical 7.3c Acute inversion of uterus
emergencies and
their mane genet
8.1 Complication of third stage of labor
8. Develop 8.1a Post partum hemorrhage
understanding and 8.1 b adherent placenta
skills in the 8.1 c retained placenta
management of 8.1 d vulval hecatomb
complications of 8.1 e collapse and shock
third tag of labor.
UNIT-VIII
COMLICATION OF PREGNANCY
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Gain 8.1 conditions associated with bleeding during Lecture
knowledge about early pregnancy Charts
the conditions 8.1 a Implantation bleeding Discussion
associated with 8.1 b Cervical lesions Specimens
bleeding in early 8.1 c Abortion
pregnancy and 81 d Causes of abortion, types, sign & symptoms
their and treatment
management. 8.1 e Cervical incompetence
8.1 f Legal aspects of abortion
8.1 g Islamic views
8.1 h Enforced Law

2. Gain 8.2 Ectopic pregnancy


knowledge about 8.2 a Bacteriamic shock
the abnormal 8.2 b Hydiatiform mole
amount of liquor 8.2 c Choricacorcinoma
amine and its
effect on
pregnant women
and fetus

3. Develop skills 8.3 Hydramnios


in diagnosis of 8.3 a Definition, Causes, Types, Sign &
Hydramnios symptoms
Management and Complication
4. Gain
knowledge about 8.4 Toxemias of pregnancy
the diseases 8.4 a Definition and types Lecture
caused by 8.4 b Hyper emesis gravid arum Discussions
toxemia of 8.4 c Pre-eclampsia
pregnancy and 8.4 d Eclampsia
their
management

5.Gain
knowledge about 8.5 Diseases associated with pregnancy
diseases 8.5 a Cardiac Diseases
associated with 8.5 b Diabetes
pregnancy and 8.5 c Pulmonary T.B
their 8.5 d Anemia
management 8.5 e Rubella
8.5 f Urinary tract infection
6.Develop
understanding 8.6 Sexual transmitted Diseases
about diseases 8.6 a Trichomoniasis
transmitted by 8.6 b Candia sis
sexual contact 8.6 c Syphilis
and their 8.6 d Gonorrhea
management 8.6 e Aids/HIV infection

7.Gain
knowledge about 8.7 Bleeding associated with late pregnancy
causes of 8.7 a Ante partum Hemorrhage Lecture
bleeding 8.7 b Definition, Types, Sign & Symptoms and Discussions
occurring in late management
pregnancy and
their
management
UNIT-XI
OBSETETRICAL OPERATIONS
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Gain 9.1 a Versions Lecture
Knowledge 9.1 b Induction Discussion
about various 9.1 c Episiotomy
obstetrical 9.1 d Forceps delivery and vacuum extraction
Operations and
their
management

2. Develop skills 9.2 a Caesarian section


in dealing with 9.2 b Destructive operations
various 9.2 c Craniotomy
obstetrical 9.2 d Embryology
operations
INTORODUTION TO RESEARCH

TITLE: INTORODUTION TO RESEARCH


COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 4 Credits (1 THEORY& 3 PRACTICALS)
PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I

Course Description/ Outline

This course is designed to give basic concept of research, methodology, sampling, report
writing, literature review, collection and analysis of data. It also give an understanding of
ethics, critical Appraisal and utilization of research.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the students will able to:


 Define the research
 Describe the
 Understanding the Midwife’s role towards Community and Profession
 Identifies the basic structure of labor room, Basic Health Unit (BHU), Rural Health
Centre (RHC)
 Recognize the different type of instruments and detail about their uses
 Demonstrate the sterilization and disinfection techniques
 Describe the counseling of patients
 Assists the patient with different problems
UNIT-I
FUNDAMENTALS OF RESEARCH
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Define the research Lecture
1.12 Definition of research Discussion
Explain the importance of research
Need for research
Describe the research as scientific method
Source of knowledge
Characteristic of the scientific Approaches
Purpose of Scientific research

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:
UNIT-11
OVERVIEW OF THE RESEARCH PROCESS
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Define the basic research terminology
1.13 Definition of different terms
Scientific study
Concepts, constructs and theories
Variables
Operational definition
Data
Relationships
Control

2. Describe the Major steps in Research


The Conceptual phase
The Design and Planning Phase
The Empirical Phase
The analytical Phase
The Dissemination Phase

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:
UNIT-III
RESEARCH REPORT
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Gain understanding for reading
the research report Lecture
What are research journal articles?
The content of Research Report
The Style of Research Report
Tips on Reading Research Report
2. Explain the locating research reports
Bibliographic Aids for Midwifes and nurses
Research Report
Tips on Locating Research Report
3.develop written literature reviews
Purpose of literature review

Explain the importance of research


Need for research
Describe the research as scientific method
Source of knowledge
Characteristic of the scientific Approaches
Purpose of Scientific research

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:
UNIT-IV
RESEARCH PROBLEM AND HYPOTHESES
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
2. Explain the research problem
Lecture
Sources of research problem
Development and Refinanacement
of the research problem
Statement of the research problem
2. Explain the research Hypothesis
Definationn of research hypotheses
Chaaracteristics of the Hypotheses
Wording of the Hypotheses
Hypotheses Testing and Scientific Research

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:
UNIT-V
THEORITICAL FRAMEWORK FOR RESEARCH
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
3. Describe the nature of theories
Definition of Theories
Lecture
Purpose of theories
Characteristics of theories

2. Explain the Conceptual framework, Models and testing


Definition of Conceptual frame
And models
Important conceptual framework
And theories in research
Testing a theories and conceptual framework

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:
UNIT-VI
RESEARCH DESIGN
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
4. Describe the Research Design

Definition of Research Design


Purpose of research Design
Desimensions of the research design
2.Explain the types of research Design
Experimental and non experimental
Cross sectional and Longitudanl
Surveys,Field studies
Evalatuion research
Need Assement
Case study
Historical research
Methodological research

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:
UNIT-VII

SAMPLING DESIGN
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
5. Determine the basic sampling concept
Lecture
Definition of
Sample
Sampling
Population
Strata
Sampling Rationale
Sample size
Types of Sampling
Non probability
Probability

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:
UNIT-VIII
METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
6. Describe the Data collection method
Definition of Data Lecture
Data collection
Basic Characteristics of Data Collection Method
Self Report Method
Scale
Observational Method
Biophysiologic Measures

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:
UNIT-IX
DATA QUALITY
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
7. Gain understanding for reading
the research report Lecture
What are research journal articles?
The content of Research Report
The Style of Research Report
Tips on Reading Research Report
2. Explain the locating research reports
Bibliographic Aids for Midwifes and nurses
Research Report
Tips on Locating Research Report
3.develop written literature reviews
Purpose of literature review

Explain the importance of research


Need for research
Describe the research as scientific method
Source of knowledge
Characteristic of the scientific Approaches
Purpose of Scientific research

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Define the 1.1 Basic terms related to Lecture
fundamentals of HMIS Discussion
Health 1.2 Difference between Health Charts
Management Management information
information system system (HMIS), Hospital
(HMIS) Management System&
Health Information system.
1.3 Importance of HMIS
1.4 Role of Midwife\Midwife
Nurse in HMIS
1.5 Function of HMIS
1.6
UNIT-I
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
2. Explain the HMIS 2.1 Organization structure Lecture
Design • Central\state Discussion
• Province Level Charts
• District Level Models
• PHC\Hospital
• Sub Centre
2.2 Content or Flow of the
HMIS
2.3 Team of staff members
2.4 Basic components and
equipment of HMIS

INTORDUCTION TO HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM


TIME:

UNIT-II
HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (HMIS) DESIGN
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
3. Describe the HMIS 3.1 Data vs. Information vs. Lecture
data collection Knowledge Discussion
process 3.2 Health care data and data Charts
sources Models
3.3 Data standard & data
models
3.4 Information &
communication
3.5 Information architecture
and flow
3.6 Data requirement of an
Integrated delivery system
3.7 Data normalization
3.8 Health system record
3.9 Interfaced vs. Integrated
HMIS

UNIT-III
HMIS DATA COLLECTION PROCESS
TIME
UNIT-IV
IMPLEMENTION OF HMIS
Time:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Explain the HMIS 1.1 Pre-implementation period
implementation • Need assessment
process • Consultation to the
program manger
• Development of a
forms and indicators
• Community based
information system

1.2 Development phase


1.3 Pre test stages
• Training strategies
• Reviews of the training
strategies
• Computerization of the
manual HMIS
• The role of out phase
1.4 The Roll-Out Phase
1.5 Post implementation
review
UNIT-V
HMIS IN WORLD AND PAKISTAN
Time:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
2. Review the HMIS in 2.1 History of HMIS
world and Pakistan • WHO & HMIS
• HMIS in Pakistan
2.2 Future of HMIS in Pakistan
and world
UNIT-V1
ISSUES AND PROBLEMS RELATED TO HMIS
Time:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
3. Describe issues and 3.1 Internal issues and factors Lecture
problems related to Discussion
the HMIS in world 6.2 External issues and factors Charts
and Pakistan Models
INTORODUTION TO MIDWIFERY

TITLE: MDWIFERY
COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 4 Credits (1 THEORY& 3 PRACTICALS)
PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I

Course Description/ Outline

This course focus on preliminary knowledge about midwifery, its historical review,
responsibilities of midwifes .It also gives practical approach to handle the Gynea and obs
patients with appropriate use of techniques as well as counseling of patients.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the students will able to:


 Define the midwifery, midwife and Lady Health Worker
 Describe the history of midwifery
 Understanding the Midwife’s role towards Community and Profession
 Identifies the basic structure of labor room, Basic Health Unit (BHU), Rural Health
Centre (RHC)
 Recognize the different type of instruments and detail about their uses
 Demonstrate the sterilization and disinfection techniques
 Describe the counseling of patients
 Assists the patient with different problems
UNIT-I
INTRODUCTION TO MIDWIFERY
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Define Midwifery Lecture
1.14 Definition of Midwifery Discussion
1.15 Definition of Midwife
1.16 Difference between Midwife and
Lady Health Worker
1.4 Importance of Midwifery and Midwife

2. Describe the history 2.1 Origin of word midwife and midwifery Lecture
of midwifes 2.2 Concept of midwifes throughout Discussion
Different era
2.3 Development of midwifery in different era

3. Describe the role and


Responsibilities of midwifes 3.1 Role and responsibilities towards
Client
Family
Community and society
Profession

5. Explain the Ethics and Law 4.1 Define ethics and law
5.2 Differentiate Ethics and Laws Lecture
4.3 Pakistan Midwifes Act Code Book

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.

Evaluation:
Test
UNIT-II

ORIENTATION TO PLACEMENT AREA


TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Introducing to the Labor room 1.1 Define the labor and labor
Room
1.2 Purpose of Labor Room
1.3 Outline the diagram structure
1.3 Role of Midwife in labor room

2. Describe the basic function of 2.1 Define the BHU and RHC
Basic Health Unit (BHU) 2.2 Differentiate between BHU
And Rural Health Centre (RHC) and RHC
2.3 Explain the basic function of
BHU and RHC
2.4 Role and Responsibilities of
Midwife in BHU and RHC

Reference:

“Community Health Nursing”

Evaluation Criteria

Sketch Diagram of Labor Room


Question Answer
Test
UNIT-III

INSTRUMENTS USED IN LABOR ROOM


TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Introducing to instruments
Use in labor Room
1.1 List the names of instruments
1.2 Explain the purpose of each instrument
1.3 Identify the order of use of
Different instruments
1.17 Recognize the different
Instrument Set of operation

Reference:

“Community Health Nursing”

Evaluation Criteria

Sketch Diagram of Instruments


Oral Examination
UNIT-IV

STERLIZATION
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Understanding the concept
Of sterilization
1.5 Define the
Sterilize
Sterilization
Microorganism
1.6 Purpose of sterilization
1.7 Importance of Sterilization
1.8 Explain the Techniques and
And Methods used for sterilization

2. Understanding the concept of


Disinfection
2.1 Define the
Infect
Disinfect
Disinfection
2.2 Recognize the Difference between
Sterilization and Disifnction
2.3 List the names of Disinfectants
2.4 Identify the purpose of Disinfectant
2.5 Describe the different techniques
of disinfectant

Reference:

“Microbilogy for nurses”

Evaluation Criteria
Labeling of disinfectants
Test
UNIT-V

COUSELING OF PATIENT
TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Introducing to counseling 1.1 Define counseling and
Counselor
1.2 Purpose of counseling
1.3 Describe the different techniques
Of counseling
1.4 Explain the role of midwife
as counselor
1.5 Enlist the Advantages
Of counseling
1.6 Revises the ethical and legal
And legal consideration
For counseling

Reference:

Evaluation Criteria

Question Answer

Test
UNIT-VI

HANDLING WITH PATIENT


TIME: 4 HOURS
OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING
/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
2. Understanding the concept
of handling 1.1 Room
1.2 Purpose of Labor Room
1.3 Outline the diagram structure
1.3 Role of Midwife in labor room

2. Describe the basic function of 2.1 Define the BHU and RHC
Basic Health Unit (BHU) 2.2 Differentiate between BHU
And Rural Health Centre (RHC) and RHC
2.3 Explain the basic function of
BHU and RHC
2.4 Role and Responsibilities of
Midwife in BHU and RHC

Reference:

“Community Health Nursing”

Evaluation Criteria

Sketch Diagram of Labor Room


Question Answer
Test
FAMILY PLANNING

TITLE: FAMILY PLANNING


COURSE:
CREDIT:
CLASS:

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is design to give the basic concept of family planning and its importance for
the community. It also gives the knowledge about the different methods used in family
planning .It also gives the knowledge about the counseling methods used to counsel the
families for family planning.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of this course the learner will be able to understand the:
UNIT-I

INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY

TIME: 4 HOURS

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Describe the family 1.1. Structure of family- Lecture
structure in Pakistan types of families Discussion
1.2. Cultures factors-
Value, beliefs-Roles
and Tasks, Power and
coping
1.3. Functions and role of
family
1.4. Family mental health

2. Describe the family as 2.1. Family as a unit of Lecture


a unit of are in the care Discussion
community health care 2.2. Care of family as a Demonstration
client Role play
2.3. Purpose and principle Charts
2.4. Types of nurse family
contact-home visit-
community clinic-
referral-school visit
UNIT-II
INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY PLANNING

TIME: 4 HOURS

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
3. Explain the family 3.1. Introduction of Lecture
planning family planning- Discussion
definition-population
problems and need of
family planning
3.2. Health condition
requiring family
planning-Bad
obstetric history-
Genetic condition

3.3. Social influences of


family planning

4. Describe the role 4.1. Role of midwife in Lecture


midwife in family family planning Discussion
planning • Preparation of Demonstration
physical set up of FP Role play
clinic(in use of Charts
antiseptic and
disinfectant)
• Preparation and
sterilization of
equipment and
supplies
• Preparation of client
• Post procedure
• Responsibilities
• Record
4.2 Family planning
education and
motivation on the
community level
• Political
• religious

UNIT-III
FAMILY PLANNING IN PAKISTAN

TIME: 4 HOURS

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
5. Describe the family 5.1. Family planning Lecture
planning services program in Pakistan Discussion
available in Pakistan
• Government and non
government agencies
• International and
bilateral assistance in
family planning
UNIT-IV
METHODS OF FAMILY PLANNING

TIME: 4 HOURS

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
6. Describe the 6.1Temporary FP methods Lecture
indications and Discussion
• Behavioral methods
contraindications of Demonstration\
different methods of for contraception Charts
family planning • Coitus interrupts Movies
Re demonstration
• Safe period
• Chemical methods
• Foam tab
• Jelly and paste
• Mechanical methods
• Condom
• Diaphragm and
cervical caps
• Intrauterine device
(IUD)
• Mechanical and
chemical combination
• Physiological
• Combination pills
• Sequential pills
• Micro pills
• Depo-Provera
injection
• Implant
6.2 Permanent FP methods
• Vasectomy
• Tubectomy

UNIT-V
INTRODUCTION TO COUNSCELING
TIME: 4 HOURS

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
7. Describe the 7.1. Family planning Lecture
counseling and role of program in Pakistan Discussion
counseling in family
planning • Government and non
government agencies
• International and
bilateral assistance in
family planning
PEAIATRIC
TITLE: PEAIATRIC
COURSE NO:
CREDIT:
COURSE DESCRIPTION
COURSE OBJECTIVES
UNIT-I
INTRODUCTION TO PEDIATRICS
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
1. Understand the focus of 1.1 The role of the Lecture
paediatric nursing family in the care of Discussion
the sick child.
1.2 The role of the
nurse in the care of
the sick child
1.3 Definition of
common terms:
- Paediatrics
- Neonate
- Toddler
- Pre-schooler
- school-age child
- adolescent
UNIT-II
NORMAL GROWTH ANDDEVELOPMENT
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
2. Understand normal growth 2.1 Physical, Lecture
and development from psychological, Discussion
infancy to adolescence. social development Charts
2.2 Language and
intellectual
development
2.3 Cultural
influence
2.4 Responses to
sickness

3. Describe factors which 3.1 Nutrition needs - Lecture


promote optimal growth and feeding - Discussion
and development of 3.2 Immunization
children and adolescents - Demonstration
(review)
- Prepare a chart on
3.3 Sleep, rest, developmental
exercise milestones
3.4 Safety - Have student identify
3.5 Stimulation and strategies to maxims
play activities growth and development
of one child she/he
3.6 Parent-child
knows
relationship
- Have students
31 Parental
contribute their
concerns
interactions/observations
3.8 Communication of children to the
with siblings discussion.
UNIT-III
PHYSICAL HISTORY AND ASSESMENT
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
4. a. Identify problems of the .1 History Lecture
sick child after history taking taking and Physical Discussion
and physical assessment. assessment of the Demonstration
sick child Use of case example
5.2 Physical and
b. Plan the nursing care for
psychological
the sick child and adolescent.
response to sickness
and hospitalization
of the child and
adolescent
5.3 Stress of illness
d. Identify strategies to on child/adolescent
evaluate outcomes of nursing and family
care
5.4 Communication
e. Explain the sickness to the with child and
child and parents family.
f. Assist the family in copying 5.5 Parental coping
with illness and with sickness and/or
hospitalization. death of a child.
UNIT-I
GASTROINTSTINAL DISORDER IN PEADS
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
5. Identify the common health • Diarrhea Lecture
problem of children related Discussion
to gastrointestinal disorders • Dehydration Charts
• Anemia Models
Role play
• Various
infestation
• Round worm
• Hookworms
• Tape worms
• Thread worms
• Pyloric stenosis
• Gatrooesophegial
reflux
• Intestinal
obstruction
• Volvos
• Inguinal hernia
• Umbilical hernia
• Imperforated
anus
• Diagrammatic
hernia
UNIT-I
Respiratory/ENT disorders

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
6. Indentify the - tonsillitis Lecture
Respiratory/ENT disorders Discussion
- colds
Charts
- bronchitis Models
- pleurisy Role play

- ailergies
- asthma
- diphtheria
- pertussis
- whoopingcough
- otitis media
- croup
- cystic fibrosis
Pneumonia
UNIT-I
Genitourinary disorders

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
7. Genitourinary disorders nephritis Lecture
Discussion
- pyelonephritis
Charts
- renal calculi Models
- nephrottc Role play
syndrome
- hydrocele
- phimosis
- undescended testes
- ambiguous
genitalia renal
failure
- hypospadtaslep
UNIT-I
Neurological disorders

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
8. Neurological disorders epilepsy Lecture
Discussion
- epilepsy meningitis
Charts
meningitis - encephalitis Models
- encephalitis - polio Role play

- polio - rehabilitation
- rehabilitation - mental
retardation
- mental retardation
- seizures
- seizures
-hydrocephalus
- hydrocephalus

9. neuromuscular disorders -Guilliane-Barre


syndrome
- muscular
dystrophy
-spina bthda
-men ingomyelocele
-encephalocele
-meriingocele
UNIT-I
Cardiovascular disorders

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
10. anemia Lecture
Discussion
Cardiovascular disorders - thalassaemia
Charts
- - leukemia Models
- hemophilia Role play

congenital heart
disease of children
rheumatic fever
- rheumatic heart
disease
UNIT-I
Congenital disorders

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
11. - cleft lip Lecture
Discussion
Congenital disorders - deft palate
Charts
- club foot Models
Role play
UNIT-I
Endocrine disorders

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
12. Endocrine disorders - insulin dependent Lecture
diabetes mellitus Discussion
-
Charts
- Cushings
Models
syndrome
Role play
- Hypothyroidism
- Hyperthyroidism
- Hypopitituitarism
- Hyperpituitarism
UNIT-I
Musculoskeletal & Skin disorders

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
13. Musculoskeletal disorders Fractures Lecture
Discussion
- Traction
Charts
- Scoliosis Models
- Lordosis Role play

- Kyphosis

14. Skin disorders/infections - Scabies Lecture


Discussion
- Eczema
Charts
- Boils Models
- Impetigo Role play

- Ringworm
UNIT-I
Viral infections

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
15. Viral infections Lecture
Discussion
- mumps
Charts
- measles Models
- chicken pox Role play
UNIT-I
Administration of medication to
Children
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
16. Administration of medication Rules of calculation Lecture
to children of dose: Discussion
Charts
- Young’s rule
Models
- Clark’s rule Role play
- Fried’s rule