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The Department of Health, conscious of its


responsibility of ensuring that the educational
program for Nursing and Midwifery will produce nurses
and midwives who are responsive to
the needs of Philippine Society has committed to offer
the resources of Hospitals and Rural
Health Units, for the learning experiences of students.
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˜. There should be an organized training program of affiliation
prepared by the hospital or Rural
Health Units in consultation with the affiliating College of Nursing
and School of Midwifery.

2. The hospital and rural health units shall be responsible for the
implementation of the training
program.

3. The training shall include the following:


3.˜ General Objectives
3.2 Specific earning Objectives
3.3 Course Contents
3.4 Syllabi
3.5 Methodology
3.6 Schedule
3.7 Monitoring and Evaluation
3.7.˜ Performance Evaluation Instrument
3.7.2 Grading Scheme
3.8 Rules and Regulations
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˜. Hospitals
˜.˜ Be a general tertiary hospital duly licensed as training and teaching hospital.
˜.2 An organized Department of Pediatrics, Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology.
In addition, the hospital must have a communicable disease, orthopedic and psychiatric
services.
˜.3 The accredited department shall have an occupancy of not less than 80%.
˜.4 Be included in the listings approved by the National Committee on Affiliation and "
Training of students. .
˜.5 Qualified Training Staff responsible for clinical instruction and learning experience fo
students.
˜.6 Necessary facilities for teaching and training, such as,
˜.6.˜ Library
˜.6.2 Conference Room
˜.6.3 Equipment and Supplies
˜.7 Orientation program for clinical instructors assigned to follow-up students in clinical
area.
˜.8 Special Hospital with specific specialty.
2. Rural Health Units/Health Centers

2.˜ Be included in the list of qualified RHU provided by


the National Committee on Affiliation and Training.
2.2 Organized Community Health Services to provide
learning in:
2.2.˜ T.B. Control
2.2.2 Immunization
2.2.3 Maternal and Child Care
2.2.4 Domiciliary Services
2.2.5 Nutrition
2.3 Available training staff to implement the training
program.
2.4 Necessary training facilities such as:
2.4.˜ Conference Room
2.4.2 Library
2.4.3 Equipment and Supplies
2.5 Orientation program for clinical instructors.
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˜. Must be a duly recognized college or school by the Department of
Education, Culture and Sports and the Professional Regulation
Commission.
2. Must have its own base hospital of not less than ˜00 beds for the initial
exposure of the students.
3. Must have a clinical instructor to follow-up students in the clinical
area/training center at the
ration of:
˜:8 for level II)
˜:˜0 for level III) N U R SIN G
˜:˜2 for level IV)
˜:˜2 for midwifery students)
4. Students have undergone the related learning theories before exposure
to the clinical area or to the community. Acertification from the Dean that
the students havecompleted such requirements shall be submitted to the
hospital/rural health unit.
5. Qualified clinical instructors to follow-up students.
6. Payor replace damages, breakages or losses by faculty and students.
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˜. Colleges of Nursing and Schools of Midwifery shall pay the
hospital or rural health units/
health center the following charges:

˜.˜ Sixty pesos (P 60.00) per student for 50-80 hours of clinical
experiences (Maximum of 80
hours.)
˜.2 Forty pesos (P 40.00) per student for 30-49 hours.
˜.3 Thirty pesos (P 30.00) per student for ˜0-29 hours.
˜.4 Twenty pesos (P 20.00) per student for ˜-9 hours.
˜.5 Forty pesos (P 40.00) per student per month for midwifery.
˜.6 Fifty pesos (P 50.00) for the orientation of clinical instructors.
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