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HEAD NURSE

Definition:

A head nurse is the one who assumes responsibility for managing the Human and
material resources of a nursing unit and takes lead in developing to provide quality
patient care and an environment conductive to staff growth and satisfaction.

General Objectives:

Student nurse will be able to develop their potentials of being efficient and
productive Leaders by nurturing and enhancing their leadership skills by providing
training in management in team handling. And be able to familiarize with the different
nurse responsibility.

Specific Objective:

As a student head nurses they will be able to:

• Apply principles on head nursing and provide nursing standards and policies, and
procedures regarding patients care to guide the subordinates.
• Promotes and utilize quality assurance of the program standards.
• Motivate the nursing staff to provide quality nursing care and improvement in
nursing care.
• Manage the flow of activities by implementation of the nursing plan based on the
nursing care.
• Develop a skill in decision-making and other qualities of an efficient head nurse.
• Coordinate and communicate with the other members of the health team in
providing patient care.
• Document accurately the observation of the services rendered to the patient.
• Supervises and evaluate the quality of patient care provided by the staff by
observing them through frequent rounds guided by the evaluation check list.

Subordinates:

• Student staff nurses

Responsibilities of a Head Nurse

Assumes the responsibility for the delivery of quality patient care to patients
within the unit.
1. Provide nursing standards and policies regarding patient care to guide the staff
nurses.
2. They have the responsibility of orienting and updating the staff of the systems and
standard of patient care.
3. Responsible for the implementation of the health care programs, and standards of
patient care.
4. Assumes the role of patient advocate.
5. Assumes the role of staff members advocate.
6. Acts as liaison with the medical staff to coordinate medical and nursing
management of patient care.
7. Serves as resource person to nursing personnel under him in assessing, planning,
implementation and evaluating nursing care provided.
8. Coordinates the patient care with the other members of the health care team.
9. Keeps superior informed regarding problems or issues in patient care.
10. Evaluates the quality of patient care through frequent rounds.
11. Evaluates the nursing standard cyclically to provide development of the new
standards of patient care.

STAFF NURSE

Definition

The staff nurse is to the one responsible for rendering holistic nursing care to
patient in assigned areas, the specific function and responsibilities of which depend upon
the organizational structure of the Nursing service.

General objective:

Student nurses will be able to develop their knowledge, attitudes and skills
through working on this training, and be able to appreciate the importance of team work
and working under a directory.

Specific Objective:

As a student nurses they will be able to:

• Follow the nursing standards and policies imposed by the nursing administration.
• Develop a sense of responsibilities and accountabilities on their action they make.
• Provide a quality nursing care and services.
• Develop a good attitude towards the work.
• Be able to work harmoniously with the fellow students and members of the health
care team.
• Develop good nursing skills, attitude and gain knowledge for the future use.

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE STAFF NURSE

The staff nurse initiate and perform nursing care and services to meet the needs patient in
assigned areas utilizing the nursing process.

1. Assesses the individual needs for nursing care based on patient’s history, results
of physical, diagnostic, and laboratory examinations.
2. Infers correct nursing diagnosis.
3. Plans and prioritizes nursing care activities considering overall health needs of the
patient.
4. Institute nursing intervention consistent with the overall plan of care with special
consideration of the patient’s safety and comfort.
5. Provides health teaching to patient, his family and significant others so that they
may understand this illness and participate actively in his care.
6. Coordinates patient care services with members of the health team.
7. Evaluates or modifies of nursing care by means of:
• Effectiveness and efficiency of nursing measures rendered.
• Feedback from patient/family and significant others.
8. Documents accurately the observation and services rendered to the patient.
Plan of Activities

Areas:
Shift: 6-2
Time Activities
5:30-6:00 Call time
Preconference
• Orientation
• Distribution of area of assignment

6:00-6:30 Endorsement
6:30-6:45 Rounds with the staff nurse
• Check the patient’s condition
• Check for the IVF level from the
time received
6:45-7:00 Chart reading
• Patient’s profile/data
• Diagnosis
• Past/Present history
• Doctor’s Order
7:00-7:30 • Medication and time of medication
7:30-8:30 Reporting
Preparation of medications/Drug
8:30-9:00 study/Vital signs
9:00-10:00 V/S Plotting
10:00-10:30 Case discussion
10:30-11:00 Break of the first half of the group
11:00-11:15 Break of the second half of the group
11:15-11:45 Drug Preparation
11:45-12:00 Drug study
12:00-12:30 Vital Signs and Giving medication
12:30-1:00 Quiz
1:30-2:00 Prepare for SOPIE
Vital Signs / Endorsement
Shift: 2-10
Time Activities
1:30-2:00 Call time
Preconference
• Orientation
• Distribution of area of assignment

2:00-2:30 Endorsement
2:30-2:45 Rounds with the staff nurse
• Check the patient’s condition
• Check for the IVF level from the
time received
2:45-3:00 Chart reading
• Patient’s profile/data
• Diagnosis
• Past/Present history
• Doctor’s Order
3:00-3:30 • Medication and time of medication
3:30-4:00 Reporting
Preparation of medications/Drug study
4:00-4:15 V/S Plotting
4:15-5:00 Vital signs
5:00-5:30 Case discussion
5:30-6:00 Break of the first half of the group
6:00-7:15 Break of the second half of the group
7:15-7:45 Drug Preparation
7:45-8:00 Drug study
8:00-8:30 Vital Signs and Giving medication
8:30-9:00 Lecture
9:00-9:30 Prepare for SOPIE
9:30-10:00 Quiz
Endorsement
Shift: 10-6
Time Activities
9:30-10:00 Call time
Preconference
• Orientation
• Distribution of area of assignment

10:00-10:30 Endorsement
10:30-10:45 Rounds with the staff nurse
• Check the patient’s condition
• Check for the IVF level from the
time received
10:45-11:00 Chart reading
• Patient’s profile/data
• Diagnosis
• Past/Present history
• Doctor’s Order
11:00-11:30 • Medication and time of medication
11:30-12:00 Reporting
Preparation of medications/Drug study
12:00-12:15 V/S Plotting
12:15-1:00 Vital signs / Giving medications
1:00-1:30 Case discussion
1:30-2:00 Break of the first half of the group
2:00-2:15 Break of the second half of the group
2:15-2:45 Drug Preparation
2:45-3:00 Drug study
3:00-3:30 Vital Signs and Giving medication
3:30-4:00 Lecture
4:00-4:30 Prepare for SOPIE
4:30-5:00 Quiz
Endorsement
University of Perpetual Help System-Binan Campus
Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University
Sto.Nino, Binan Laguna

COLLEGE OF NURSING

CLINICAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION CHECKLIST


Concept: Acute Biological Crisis
Area: EMERGENCY ROOM

Name: ________________________
Date:________________
Year___ Section___ Group Number___
Rating:_______________

Direction: Put a check on the skills observed / performed, of not please include
remarks on the space provided.

Legend:

3- Is at a very satisfactory level. Has thorough knowledge and understanding of the


said case/topic. Could do and plan intervention on his/her own.
2- At satisfactory level. Has enough understanding to handle the case but needs
Careful guidance.
1- Needs to be reevaluated. Competency is at an unsatisfactory level and needs to be
reoriented on the subject/case at hand.

A. ASSESSMENT 10% Wt 3 2 1 Score Remarks


1. Assess different manifestations that are 2
related to Acute Biological Crisis through
the different methods used in physical
and appropriate data gathering.
2. Performs physical examinations correctly 2
and with confidence.
3. Identifies and differentiates between 2
normal and abnormal findings in Acute
Biological Cases.
4. Determines the significance of laboratory 2
and diagnostic findings to the emergent
problems
5. Picks out critical and essential data in 2
nursing history relevant to the current
situations.
Subtotal 10
B. PLANNING 4% Wt 3 2 1 Score Remarks
1. Knowledge in setting goals and prioritization of 2
patients needs with Acute Biologic Crisis in the
emergency room.
2. Identify changes in patient’s needs and nursing 2
problems as they occur and make necessary
adjustments in nursing measures.
Subtotal 4

C. INTERVENTIONS 15% Wt 3 2 1 Score Remarks


1. Assess the capability needed by the client 1
for self-management in the emergency.
2. Ensures safety, comfort and privacy in 2
rendering care of patients with acute
biologic crisis.
3. Provides necessary curative measures. 1
4. Provides immediate 1
restorative/rehabilitative measures during
temporary stay in the ER.
5. Utilizes available physical and 1
professional resources.
6. Makes referrals to appropriate health 1
professionals, as needed.
7. Shows commitment to the welfare of the 1
client.
8. Implements the plan of care jointly with 1
the client.
9. Performs nursing procedures/activities: 1
9.1 with ease and confidence
9.2 correctly 1
9.3 systematically 1
9.4 practices bioethical principles in care 1
9.5 provides after care 1
9.6 demonstrate situational flexibility and 1
adaptability
Subtotal 15

D. EVALUATION 4% Wt 3 2 1 Score Remarks


1. Evaluates plan of care of client using the 1
outcome criteria and performs
appropriate documentation and recording
of changes in the client’s evident status
after the interventions.
2. Displays critical thinking in the analysis 1
of the current management being
employed and modifications that has to
be done as needed.
3. Discusses with the appropriate health 1
team results of interventions.
4. Accepts suggestions, constructive 1
criticisms and employ appropriate
modifications in the plan of care.
Subtotal 4
Grand Total 10
0
________________________
_________________________

Student’s Signature Clinical Instructor’ Signature

University of Perpetual Help System-Binan Campus


Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University
Sto.Nino, Binan Laguna

COLLEGE OF NURSING

CLINICAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION CHECKLIST


Area: OPERATING ROOM

Name: ____________________________
Date:_________________
Year___ Section___ Group Number___
Rating:_______________

Direction: Put a check on the skills observed / performed, of not please include
remarks on the space provided.

Legend:

3- Is at a very satisfactory level. Has thorough knowledge and understanding of the


said case/topic. Could do and plan intervention on his/her own.
2- At satisfactory level. Has enough understanding to handle the case but needs
Careful guidance.
1- Needs to be reevaluated. Competency is at an unsatisfactory level and needs to be
reoriented on the subject/case at hand.

A. ASSESSMENT 10% Wt 3 2 1 Score Remarks


1. Obtains and analyzes pertinent data 2
concerning patient’s condition.
2. Determines and categorizes clinical 2
assessment of the patient.
3. Interprets prudently the physician’s order. 2
4. Checks and accomplishes pre-operative 2
checklist prior to surgical procedure.
5. Assess patient’s physiological, 2
psychological and patient’s emotional
status.
Subtotal 10
B. PLANNING 4% Wt 3 2 1 Score Remarks
1. Formulates appropriate nursing diagnosis 1
based from thorough patients assessment.
2. Rationalizes principles of aseptic 1
technique.
3. Checks functionality of the operating 1
room / delivery room equipment such as
suction machine, cautery and OR lights.
4. Prepares and selects surgical supplies 1
concerning the patient’s surgical
procedure.
Subtotal 4

C. INTERVENTION 15% Wt 3 2 1 Score Remarks


Pre – Operative Phase
1. Identifies patient and verifies procedure to 1
be done.
2. Secures consent. 1
3. Checks for clearances (cardio-pulmonary 1
clearance, pedia clearance), diagnostic
procedures.
Intra – Operative Phase
1. Explains proper position for induction of 2
anesthesia and operation to be performed.
2. Demonstrate proper aseptic/antiseptic 2
technique, sterile drapings and handling of
instruments.
3. Maintains sterility of the operating room 2
and sterile field.
Post – Operative Phase
1. Monitors vital signs immediately after the 2
operation.
2. Evaluates patient’s recovery from 2
anesthesia.
3. Discusses the emergency resuscitative 2
devices, equipment and emergency drugs
in the recovery room.
Subtotal 15

D. EVALUATION 4% Wt 3 2 1 Score Remarks


1. Evaluates plan care after applying 1
necessary nursing interventions.
2. Discusses appropriate health teaching 1
(sterile wound care)
3. Performs proper documentation and 1
other important details are needed.
4. Participates in activity during post- 1
conference.
Subtotal 4
Grand Total 10
0
________________________ _________________________

Student’s Signature Clinical Instructor’ Signature


University of Perpetual Help System-Binan Campus
Dr. Jose G. Tamayo Medical University
Sto.Nino, Binan Laguna

COLLEGE OF NURSING

CLINICAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION CHECKLIST


Concert: Staff Nursing
Area: GENERAL WARD

Name: ____________________________
Date:_________________
Year___ Section___ Group Number___
Rating:_______________

Direction: Put a check on the skills observed / performed, of not please include
remarks on the space provided.

Legend:

3- Is at a very satisfactory level. Has thorough knowledge and understanding of the


said case/topic. Could do and plan intervention on his/her own.
2- At satisfactory level. Has enough understanding to handle the case but needs
Careful guidance.
1- Needs to be reevaluated. Competency is at an unsatisfactory level and needs to be
reoriented on the subject/case at hand.

A. KNOWLEDGE 3 2 1 REMARKS

1. Knowledge in gathering data

2. Knowledge of the different methods used in


physical assessment.

3. Adequate knowledge regarding normal values


and other laboratory results.

4. Identifies nursing problems of patient and its


cause.

5. Explains scientific principles behind patient’s


condition and management.

6. Knowledge in setting goals and prioritization


of patient’s needs.

7. Knows intervention to be given and the


rationale.

8. Knows the theories and rationale behind


nursing procedures being implemented.
9. Knows the principle of drug administration
and its action.

10. Knowledge on how to relate nursing


interventions to outcomes.

Subtotal:

B. SKILLS 3 2 1 Remarks
1. Checks, records and interprets accurately the
vital signs of assigned patients.
2. Ability to manipulate and care for the
equipment.
3. Ability to collect specimens for the
laboratory examination.
4. Demonstrate skill in providing
comprehensive nursing care.
5. Performs nursing procedures with maximum
result with minimum time, effort and materials
at her/his level.
6. Implements nursing care according to
priorities.
7. Provides health teaching for patient and his
family as manifested by good communication
skill.
8. Coordinates with other members of the
health team with regards to patient’s condition.
9. Ability to transcribe doctor’s order.
10. Records accurately patient’s condition’s
and nursing intervention.
Subtotal:

C. ATTITUDES AND VALUES 3 2 1 Remarks


1. Punctuality and regular in attendance.
2. Professionalism in uniform.
3. Honesty and sincerity.
4. Resourcefulness and creativity.
5. Sense of responsibility.
6. Initiative, Diligence and Industry.
7. Tolerance and Patience.
8. Polite and Respectful to self and others.
9. Works harmoniously with others.
10. Aware and understands the needs and
emotions of others.
Subtotal:

_____________________
________________________

Student’s Signature Clinical Instructor’ Signature


UPH- Dr JOSE G. TAMAYO MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
Sto. Niño Biñan, Laguna
College of Nursing

Name:
____________________________________Date:___________________
Yr/Sec:______________Group:___________
Rating:__________________
Area:____________________Clinical Instructor:__________________________

P E R F O R M A N C E E V A L U A T I O N T O O L

(STUDENT HEAD NURSE TO STUDENT NURSE)

NUMERICAL
QUANTITATIVE DESCRIPTION
RATING
Outstanding Carries out expected tasks in a very consistent manner with
5
minimal guidance and supervision
Very Carries out expected tasks in a consistent manner with
4
Satisfactory minimal guidance and supervision
Satisfactory Carries out expected tasks in a moderately consistent
3
manner with frequent guidance and supervision
Needs Carries out expected tasks in a rarely consistent manner
2
Improvement with close guidance and supervision
Unsatisfactory Does not carry out expected tasks even with close guidance
1
and supervision

PERFORMANCE RATING
I. ASSESSMENT / PLANNING
1.1 Establishes rapport with subordinates
1.2 Able to involve patients in plan of care
1.3 Punctual and prompt in all activities
1.4 Able to maintain stability under pressure
1.5 Gathers data using interview, observation, records review
and reports
1.6 Formulates appropriate nursing care plan
1.7 Wears complete prescribed RLE uniform
II. IMPLEMENTATION
a. Carries out assigned tasks based on the criteria of distribution
of assignments
b. Follows principles of time management
c. Equipped with required paraphernalia for RLE
d. Observes proper channels of communication
e. Carries out plan of care, including:
A. Bedside Care
B. Administration of medications
C. Administration of treatments (nebulization, IVF)
f. Shows initiative in performing tasks
g. Accomplishes delegated tasks within prescribed time frame
h. Provides psychological and spiritual support to patients
i. Accepts supervision and criticisms
j. Conducts appropriate health teachings
III. EVALUATION
1. Notifies immediate superior about untoward situations or
conditions related to patient care in the area
2. Make revisions in the plan of care as necessary
3. Evaluates Nursing Care rendered
V. ETHICOLEGAL CONSIDERATIONS
1. Demonstrates honesty at all times
2. Conducts self in a tactful manner
3. Keeps confidential patient information
4. Observes the PNA Code of Ethics
5. Guided by RA 9173
6. Observes the 11 Core Competency Guidelines

REMARKS :

ACTUAL SCORE x 100 EVALUATED BY:

STUDENT HEAD NURSE


TOTAL SCORE

CONFORME BY :

STUDENT STAFF NURSE

NOTED BY:
CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR
UPH- Dr JOSE G. TAMAYO MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
Sto. Niño Biñan, Laguna
College of Nursing

HEADNURSE

1. Supervises and evaluates the quality of patient care through frequent rounds
2. Oversees the action of assigned staff nurse, medication nurse and chart nurse.
3. Familiarized and take care of the emergency cart.
4. Takes note of the special procedures for the patients within the unit.
5. Keep superiors informed regarding the problems and issues in patient care with
the nursing unit.
6. Participates in the selection of nursing staff for the unit.
7. Presents changes or innovations to staff in a positive manner.
8. Provides conducive climate for work and maintains effective communication
within the unit department.
9. Makes the 24 hrs. Nursing report of the unit.
10. Checks daily time record of the staff.

STAFF NURSE

1. Should know the patient very well.


2. Should always establish rapport with the patient.
3. Assess the patient’s needs for care based on the patient’s history, results of
physical examinations, diagnosis, and laboratory exams.
4. filling up the request admissions
5. Oversees the activities of the nursing students.
6. Make part of the endorsement for the shift.
7. Proper endorsement (detailed, clear, and updated) of the patient’s incoming shift.
8. demonstrate good nursing in caring of patients
9. Acts as a role model to fellow students.
10. Makes a nursing care plan for the patient he/she handled.

MEDICATION NURSE

1. Must know the 10 rights in giving the medication.


2. Must know the drug action, side effects and nursing consideration of each
medications.
3. Must know the color coding of the medication cards followed by the institution.
4. Always bring medication tray with you in giving medication.
5. Should always establish rapport with the patient.
6. May give medication only with the supervision of clinical instructor or staff nurse
on duty.
7. always double check with the doctors order
8. Make a drug study as a student’s clinical assignment.
9. Must know the computation concisely and table of equivalents
10. Document all medications given legibly as countersigned by respective clinical
instructor or staff nurse on duty

CHART NURSE

1. Record all the vital signs taken on the TPR sheet on the patients chart.
2. Must know the normal values of BP, PR, RR and Temperature.
3. Reports intake and output
4. Makes a narrative report of the vital signs recording system for the shift then
submit to the assigned student head nurse.
UPH- Dr JOSE G. TAMAYO MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
Sto. Niño Biñan, Laguna
College of Nursing

E N D O R S E M E N T S H E E T

Name: ______________________________Date:______________
Yr/Sec: ______________Group:__________ Area: _____________
Clinical Instructor: _____________________

BED # :______________________________
PATIENT’S NAME: ______________________________
AGE : ______________________________
DIAGNOSIS : ______________________________
VITAL SIGNS:
____
TEMP = ____
CR = ____
PR = ____
RR = ____
BP = ____
____
TEMP = ____
CR = ____
PR = ____
RR = ____
BP = ____

SIGNIFICANT FINDINGS UPON ASSESSMENT:


______________________________

MEDS DUE NEXT SHIFT : ______________________________

DIET : ______________________________

ONGOING IV FLUID: ______________________________


IVF TO FOLLOW : ______________________________
OTHER CONTRAPTIONS : ______________________________

INTAKE : ______________________________
OUTPUT : ______________________________
IV INFUSED : ______________________________

ORAL ____
VOM ____
NGT ____
TOTAL____

NURSING CARE RENDERED : ___________________________

NAME/SIGNATURE OF STUDENT: ________________________

CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR : __________________________


UPH- Dr JOSE G. TAMAYO MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
Sto. Niño Biñan, Laguna
College of Nursing

HEAD NURSE PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST


Name:
____________________________________Date:___________________
Yr/Sec: ______________Group:___________ Rating: __________________
Area: ____________________ Clinical
Instructor:__________________________

A. Knowledge 5 4 3 2 1
1. Applies as appropriate theory as a basis for
decision making in nursing practice.
2. Assesses staffs presenting symptoms to
determine a nursing diagnosis and plan of
action based on a medical expertise and
knowledge.
3. Knowledge in communication, clarification and
interpretation of existing problems with staff
and nursing responsibilities.
4. Inform the staff of the likely causes of errors
defects and waste.
5. Suggest in which risk, errors, quality of
problems maybe reduce.
B. Attitude
1. Neat and well groomed. Adheres to dress
code.
2. Punctual in reporting for duty
3. Complies with the code of ethics of the nursing
profession and upholds and implements school
rules.
4. Assist in training staff in particular by setting a
good example.
5. Promotion of professional responsibility,
accountability and behavior.
C. Skills
1. Provide leadership in the assessment,
planning, implementation, and evaluation of
comprehensive school health program.
2. Respond to the student/ staff medical
emergencies.
3. Instruct subordinates in appropriate method
and procedure in providing care.
4. Initiate and facilitate any steps necessary to
improve methods, equipments, materials and
condition in the work area for which they are
responsible.
Equivalent: ______________ Rating: _______________

Point Grade Equivalent


scale
5 85 Excellent Carries out expected behavior in a very
consistent and independent manner with less
supervision and guidance.
4 82-84 Very Carries out expected behavior in a consistent
Satisfactory and independent manner that requires minimal
supervision and guidance.
3 79-81 Satisfactory Carries out expected behavior in rarely
independent manner requiring more supervision
and guidance.
2 75-78 Fair Carries out expected behavior in rarely
independent manner requiring close supervision
and guidance.
1 74 and Needs Carries out expected behavior under close
below improvement supervision and guidance.
Name: _____________________ Area:
___________________________
Yr/sec./Group#:______________ Clinical Instructor:
_________________

Scaling Interpretation

This evaluation is to determine and appraise the performance of the staff


according to their assign task. By writing the appropriate score in the proper
column denoting the extent to which the nurses performed these functions.

Criteria for Grading


15% Decorum Attendance-------------------------------------------
20% Requirements-----------------------------------------------------
25% Quiz-----------------------------------------------------------------
40% performance------------------------------------------------------

_____________
Total 100%

Prepared By:
CABANISAS, AGNES LIBERTY M.
BSNIV-(F) 6 Group 18
PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST
KNOWLEDGE 5 4 3 2 1
1. Gathers data appropriately and
completely, then validating it focusing
function needing assistance support
2. Analyze and interpret collected data
3. Knows the correct way of doing physical
assessment.
4. Gives attention and synthesize the
significant laboratory findings
5. Knowledge in identifying nursing
problems and categorizing it according to
the patients need.
6. Knows the rationale behind every
intervention given for the care of the
patient.
7. Have knowledge in giving proper
instruction for medicine
a. classification
b. nursing responsibility
c. drugs and solution
8. Explain or discuss the report clearly and
able to answer question correctly.
9. Knowledge in preparation of patient for
any diagnostic procedure
10. Knows how to formulate an accurate
nursing care plan for particular cases.

SKILLS 5 4 3 2 1
1. Ability to give and respond to the care
needed by the patient
2. Perform procedure properly such as
doing physical assessment, taking VS,
and giving medication as ordered.
3. Able to provide or assist patient in
performance of activities of daily living
whenever needed.
4. Always guided in precautionary and
preventive measure in providing care to
the patient.
5. Able to give health teachings clearly to
the patient.
6. Communicate effectively in identifying the
needs of the patient.
7. Properly handling an instance of
emergency situation.
8. Implement Nursing care plan
appropriately
9. Reassesses patient to determine whether
a remodification of care plan is
necessary.
10. Able to conduct discharged planning
with the patient, his family and significant
others.

Legend:
5 – Outstanding (85)
4 – Very Satisfactory (83-84)
3 - Moderately satisfactory (81-82)
2 – Minimally satisfactory (75-80)
1 – Unsatisfactory (74 and below)
PLAN OF ACTIVITIES

2-10 shift

1:30- 2:00pm Pre- conference


2:00- 2:30 Endorsement
2:30-3:00 Rounds
3:00-3:30 Reading of patients chart
3:30-4:00 VS, preparation of medication
4:00-4:20 Giving of medication
4:20- 4:35 Plotting of vital signs
4:35-5:30 Bedside care, NPI
5:30-6:00 Break 1st Batch
6:00-6:30 Break 2nd Batch
6:30-7:15 Sample charting
7:15-7:45 Checking of sample charting
7:45- 8:00 VS, giving medication
8:00- 8:10 Plotting of vital signs
8:10- 9:00 Charting and final rounds
9:00-9:45 Post conference
9:45- 10:00 Endorsement
PLAN OF ACTIVITIES

10-6 shift

9:30-10:00 Pre- conference


10:00-10:15 Endorsement
10:15- 10:30 Rounds
10:30- 11:00 Reading of patient chart
11:00-11:30 Bedside care/NPI
11:30-12:00 Vs, preparation of medication
12:00-12:20 Giving of medication
12:20-1:00 Plot of vital sign
1:00-1:30 Break 1st Batch
1:30-2:00 Break 2nd Batch
2:00-2:45 Sample charting
2:45-3:00 Checking of sample charting
3:00-3:30 Preparation of medication
3:30-4:00 VS, giving medication
4:00-4:30 Plotting of vital signs
4:30-5:00 Final rounds
5:00-5:30 Post conference
5:30-6:00 Endorsement
OBJECTIVES
Head Nurse

General Objective:
As a student nurse, she will be able to acquire knowledge and at
the same time practice her own leadership and management skills, and
understand thoroughly the importance of being systemically in rendering nursing
care the patients.

Specific Objectives:

As a student head nurse, she will be able to:


1. Learned and identify the concept of management and leadership
2. Application of Nursing principle as a basis in managing her subordinate
3. Appreciation and evaluation on the work of his/her subordinate through
the use of performance checklist.

Subordinates
General Objective:
As a nursing student, he/she will show a better knowledge, skills
and attitude in rendering their task while working with their fellow students and
able to acknowledge the value of having a director.

Specific Objectives:

1. Be able to know the proper collection of data and using of nursing


process, in assessing the problem of patient and the cause of his
disease.
2. Possessing an attitude of being objective and work with their co-
student in Camaraderie.
3. Be able to impact useful health teaching to client specific disease to
they can apply it in their respective lives.