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BROKENSHIRE COLLEGE

Madap

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o Hills, Davao City

Bachelor of Science in Midwifery


Semester S.Y. 2014-2015
Brokenshire College VISION Statement
To be the leading Christian institution of higher learning.
Brokenshire College MISSION Statement

Brokenshire College is a learning organization committed to the pursuit and diffusion of knowledge through the highest standards of research, instruction and extension. It seeks a life of Christian
faith, learning and action that will develop people into becoming intellectually competent and honest, morally and ethically sensitive, creatively aware and responsive to the needs, aspirations and
realization of a just, free and responsible Christian social order.
Departmental Objectives
The Diploma in Midwifery aims to:
1. Develop the knowledge, attitude and Skills of first level midwives in the care of the child, the adolescent, and the adult woman prior to, or during, and following pregnancy.
This prepares the midwives to:
1.1 Give necessary supervision, care and advice to women during pregnancy, labor, and postpartum period
1.2 Manage normal deliveries on her own responsibility and the care of the newborn infant.
2. Specifically, graduates of the two year program are expected to:
2.1 Perform primary health care services within the community (promotive and preventive care)
2.2 Counsel and educate women, family and community regarding family planning including preparation for parenthood.
2.3 Detect abnormal conditions in the mother and infant.
2.4 Procure specialized assistance as necessary (consultation or referral)
Course Title:
Pathological Obstetrics, Basic Family Planning and Care of Infants & Children (M102)
No. of Credits: 3 Units
Contact Hours: 3 hours/week
Placement: Level II, 1st Semester
Course Description
The course deals with the complications of Pregnancy, Labor, and Delivery, its causes and management, Care of Infants and Children including Integrated Management of Childhood diseases, and
basic family planning.
General Course Objectives:
To develop students competencies in identifying patients with complications during pregnancy, labor and delivery, and in implementing IMCI program and basic family planning .
Grading System, Policies and Expectations

Grading System
The components of your grade for a particular grading period are long exam, quizzes, and other course requirements with the following weights:
Examinations
40%
Quizzes
40%
Other course requirements: (OCR)
20%
Total
100 %
Your grade in every grading period is composed of 40% of your grade in the previous grading and 60% of your grade in the present grading period.
Classroom Decorum
During classes you are expected to be punctual. Be sure to wear the schools official uniform and ID in attending classes. On the 16 th minute after the class has started, the doors of the
classroom will be locked. Late entrance will not be allowed. Please refer to the students handbook for policies related to the late entrance and not wearing of uniforms. Moreover, you are expected to
listen attentively as well as actively participate in the classroom discussion and lectures. With this you are expected to ask relevant questions and share your ideas regarding the topics. Making of
unnecessary noise especially those that are not related to the topics is discouraged. Cellular phones and other sounding gadgets should be turned off or be set in silent mode during classes.
Absences during Exams and late submission of requirements
Only those whose absence is excused will be given special exams or quiz (refer to the college terms and examination section of the Hand Book). However the special exam should be taken within a
week (7 days) after the examination date. Special exam should be taken immediately on the day you reported in class. Non-compliance of the above mentioned provisions would mean of grade 50%
in the exam or quiz missed
Attendance
Attendance will not be graded but will be checked. However it is to your advantage if you attend the class regularly.

Target

Core Values

Intermediate Competencies/

No.of

Teaching Learning Activities

Student Learning Activities

Method

schedule

Content

Hrs
Lec.

Classroom

At the end of the


semester, students
will be able to
develop the
following core
values;

Prelim
Period

Classroom

Skills
lab/Clinical

Of
Evaluation

Assign students to
RHU, community, OPD,
OBW, to handle patients
with complications of
pregnancy & let them
perform the following
procedures:
1. Assessment of
pregnant;
mothers in labor
& postpartum.
2. Referral of
patients with
complications of
pregnancy,
labor, delivery
and postpartum.

Oral recitation,
Requirements,
Pen & paper
quiz

At the end of the


semester the
students will be
able to:

I .Complications of Pregnancy
A. First Trimester
1. Hyperemesis gravidarum
2. H-mole
3. Abortion
4. Ectopic pregnancy
5. Incompetent cervix
B. Second Trimester
1. Abruption placenta
Service students
2. Placenta previa
will demonstrate
3. Toxemia of pregnancy
sensitivity and
4. Hypertensive Vascular disease
responsiveness to
C. Third Trimester
the needs of needs
Compassion
students will
display sensitivity
to the needs,
feelings, and
suffering of others
in providing health
care.

of others.

Skills
Lab/Clinic
al

3 hrs

Outline general
assessment of
mothers for
complications with
confidence.
Explain the steps
in assessing
pregnant mothers.
Identify the
different
complications of
pregnancy.

II. Diseases Affecting Pregnancy


A. Diabetes Mellitus
B. Heart diseases
C. Renal Disorders
D. Common Infections
1. Rubella
2. Influenza
3. Tuberculosis
4. STD
III. Complications During Labor and Delivery
A. Powers
1. Dystocia
2. Precipitate labor

Participative/interactive
discussion using power
point presentation.

Differentiate the
different signs &
symptoms of the
complications of
pregnancy, labor,
and delivery.

4 hrs

Assess patients
with complications
of pregnancy,
labor and delivery.
Demonstrate

Performance
Evaluation
Checklist/Tool

3. Ruptured placenta
4. Dysfunctional uterine
contraction
B. Passageway
1. CPD
C. Passenger
1. Prolapsed cord
2. Cord coil
3. Multiple pregnancy
4. Abnormal presentation

Midterm
Period

Justice students
will show off
fairness in
providing care.

IV. Responsible Parenthood and Family


Planning
A. Population Situation of the
1. World
Integrity students
2. Philippines
will be able to
B. Laws & Legislations Related to:
display integrity;
1. P.D. 965
his actions should
2. P.D. 79
be consistent and
3. P.D. 233
anchored in the
teachings of the
4. P.D. 6365
Lord.
5. P.D. 69
6. P.D. 148
7. LOI 47
C. Roles and Functions of the Midwife
1. Motivator/Counselor
2. Service provider
3. FP Manager
D. History of Family Planning in the
Philippines
E. Responsible Parenthood
1. Human sexuality
a. Biophysical profile
b. Psyco-physiological
c. Socio-cultural
2. Benefits of Family Planniing
a. Mother

Discusses the
theories/concepts of the
complications of
pregnancy in the 1st, 2nd
& 3rd trimester using
PowerPoint
presentation.

beginning skills in
rendering care to
patients with
complications of
pregnancy, labor, &
delivery.

Clinical: Demonstrate
acceptable attitude in
caring and attending to
the needs of pregnant
mother with
complications.

Discusses concepts &


principles of
complications during
labor & delivery.
6 hrs

Discusses responsible
parenthood and
concepts of family
planning.
Brainstorming on laws &
legislations.

Discusses the roles and


functions of midwife.
15hrs

Discuss with
confidence the
population
situation & the
laws affecting FP
in the Philippines
Enumerate diff laws
& legislations
related to FP

Appreciate the role


of the midwife in
caring for patient
with complicated
pregnancy, labor
and delivery.

Formulate plan of
care for the
identified problem
in the hospital
setting.
Refer patient

Oral recitation,
requirements,
pen & paper
quiz
P.E.T

b. Father
c. Children
F. Client Health Assessment
1. Importance
2. When to conduct health
assessment
3. Components of health
assessment
G. Counseling
1. Importance of counseling
2. Principles of counseling
3. Components of counseling
4. Steps in counseling
5. Skills in counseling
6. Effective counseling

Discusses the
importance of
conducting health
assessment.

Evocative discussion &


role playing

Pre-final
Period

V. Care of Infants
A. Principles of Growth &
Development
B. Factors Influencing Growth &
development
C. Theories of Growth & Development
1. Freud
2. Erickson
3. Piaget

Enumerate the
principles &
importance of
counseling.
Simulate
counseling in the
classroom.

H. Factors Affecting Couples


Acceptance and Non-acceptance of
FP.
I. Methods of Family Planning
1. Natural
2. Hormonal
3. Barrier
4. Permanent
J. Current Trends in Family Planning

Transformational
leadership
students will
influence others
(family members
and other health
care team) to a
high level of
commitment in
providing nursing

immediately if
complications are
identified.

Illustrate the
importance of FP
methods to couples.

Dramatize roles &


functions of the
midwife in FP.
Identify the
different family
planning methods.

10hrs

Discusses concepts,
principles and theories
of growth &
development using
picture analysis.

Discuss the
theories of growth
& development,
factors affecting
growth.
Discuss the
different stages of
growth &
development.

Conducts data
collection, history taking,
and physical
assessment.

Assign students to RHU,


Community, OPD, OBW
to handle patients who
are pregnant and
postpartum and let them
perform the following:
1. Assess patients
who are
possible
acceptors.
2. Explain the
different FP
methods.
3. Conducts
counseling to
patients.
4. Conducts
mothers class.

Oral recitation,
requirements,
Pen & paper
quiz, P.E.T

Actual
observation of
students
performance
/P.E.T

care.
Excellence
Excellent in
knowledge and
skills.

Excellence

D. Stages of growth & development


1. Fetal or embryonic
2. Neonate
a. Immediate care
b. Characteristics of newborn
c. Appearance of newborn
d. Continuing care of the
newborn
3. Infancy
a. Infant profile
b. Developmental task
c. Nutrition/complimentary
feeding
1. Definition of terms
2. When to start
complimentary feeding
3. Risk in starting
complimentary foods
too late
4. Risk in starting
complimentary foods
too late
5. Energy gap
5.1 foods that fill the
energy gap
5.2 fats and oils
5.3 iron & vitamin A
gaps
6. Fortified complimentary
foods
7. Fluid needs of the
young child
8. Quantity, variety and
frequency of feeding
d. Special needs/problems

Actual
observation of
students
performance
/P.E.T
Assess childs
growth &
development.
Discuss
complimentary
feeding.
Outline foods that
are recommended
to meet the
energy gap of
young infants.
Recognize the
nutrients needed
by the young
infant.

Discuss case

Final
Period

students will
demonstrate being
the best and doing
the highest quality
of work.
Faith students
will be able to
display his faith;
his actions should
be consistent and
anchored in the
teachings of the
Lord.

Integrated Management of Childhood Illness 8 hrs


(IMCI)
A. Case Management process
1. Assessment of Sick Children
a. History taking
b. Checking of danger signs
c. Checking main symptoms
d. Checking nutritional status
e. Checking immunization
status
f. Assessing other problem
2. Treatment procedure for sick
children
a. Referral of children age 2
mos.-5 years
b. Treatment for outpatient
clinic
3. Counseling of mothers
4. Follow-up care

Participative &
interactive discussion
using picture analysis.
Case study discussion

The Very Sick Young Infant


A. Checking Main Symptoms
1. Bacterial infection
2. Feeding problems/low weight
B. Checking Immunization status
C. Assessing Other problems
D. Treatment Procedure
E. Referral
F. Counseling
G. Follow-up Care

management
process.
Utilize IMCI in the
care of young
infants and
children.
Identify treatment
of children for
each
classification.

Conduct
counseling to
mothers.

Prepared by:

Noted by:

Approved by:

Sarah L. Labadan, RM, RN


Clinical Instructor

Helen S. Odchimar, RN,RM,MN


Program Head

Dr. Ruby M. Uy
Dean of Nursing & Allied Health

Participation in
group activity
Oral recitation,
requirements,
Pen & paper
quiz, P.E.T

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