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DEEMED UNIVERSITY

College of Nursing
SYLLABUS B.SC (Hons) NURSING
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Contents
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1. Philosophy 1

2. Aim and objective 2

3. Admission Requirements 3

4. Course Duration 4

5. Scheme of Examination 7

6. English 10

7. Anatomy 12

8. Physiology 15

9. Nutrition 18

10. Biochemistry 22

11. Nursing Foundations 25

12. Nursing Foundation – Practical 40

13. Pschology 46

14. Microbiology 49

15. Introduction to Computers 52

16. Sociology 54

17. Pharmacology 58

18. Pathology & Genetics


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. Section A – Pathology 63
. Section B – Genetics 67
19. Medical Surgical Nursing (Adult Including Geriatrics) – I 69

20. Medical Surgical Nursing (Adult Including Geriatrics) – I Practical 81

21. Community Health Nursing – I 86

22. Community Health Nursing – I Practical 91

23. Communication & Educational Technology 92

24. Medical surgical Nursing (Adult Including Geriatrics) – II 96

25. Medical Surgical Nursing (Adult & Geriatrics) - II Practical 106

26. Child Health Nursing 111

27. Child Health Nursing – Practical 115

28. Mental Health Nursing 118

29. Mental Health Nursing – Practical 125

30. Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing 127

31. Midwifery and obstetrical Nursing – Practical 135

32. Community Health Nursing – II 139

33. Community Health Nursing – II Practical 146

34. Nursing Research & Statistics 148

35. Management of Nursing Services & Education 151


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PHILOSOPHY

The Nursing faculty of SK Institute of Medical Sciences, Srinagar believes


that:

 Nurse is an important member of health team. A skilled professional nurse


can provide 90% of the health care.
 To develop a professional skilled nurse, we require graduate nurses with
good knowledge, understanding and practice.
 Nursing aims at identifying health needs of the people, planning and
providing quality care in collaboration with health and other
professionals, at local, state and national levels.
 Nursing care includes promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative
aspects of care to all individuals throughout their life span in different
health care settings. Nursing practice is based upon application of basis
concept and principles derived from the physical, biological and
behavioral science, health and nursing.
 Nursing profession is based on set of code of ethics. It necessitates
development of compassion and understanding of human behavio0r
among its practiti8toners to provide care with respect and dignity and
protect the rights of individuals and groups.
 B.Sc (Hons) Nursing programme is directed to the development of critical
thinking skills, competencies and standard knowledge required for
practice of professisonal nursing and midwifery/speciality for male nurses
ad envisaged in National Health Policy, 2002.
 The nurse teachers will inspire the student by being the role models and
create learning environment that enables students to acquire inquiry
driven, self directed learning and foster an attitude of life long learning.
 B.Sc (Hons) Nursing prepares its graduates to become responsible citizen
by following the code of ethics and professional conduct at all times in
fulfilling personal, social, economic and professional obligations so as to
respond to national goals.
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AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:

College of Nursing, Soura, Srinagar, followed Indian Nursing Council


syllabus of 1981 for the first session 2005-2009. This syllabus will be followed
for that batch through out their four years programme.

Indian Nursing “Council has done fourth revision of B.Sc (Hons) Nursing
syllabus in 2004. Thus the nursing faculty of Medical Sciences, Soura,
Srinagar have adopted the new syllabus on the pattern of fourth revision of
2004/12, which shall be followed for onwards batchs and onwards till next
revision.

AIM

The aim of the B.Sc (Hons) Nursing programme is to:

 Prepare responsible professional competent nurses and midwives to


provide promoting preventive, curative and rehabilitative services to all
citizens.
 Prepare nurses who can identify nursing needs, plan and provide
standard nursing care in all health care settings across their life span.
 Prepare nurses to conduct research studies about nursing, assume role
of teacher, supervisor and administrator in a clinical and public health
setting.

OBJECTIVES

On completion of B.Sc (Hons) nursing 4 years programe the graduates will


be able to:

 Apply knowledge gained in providing nursing care to individuals,


families and communities.
 Provide systematic nursing care based on scientific knowledge.
 Demonstrate proficient skill in decision making in all situations to
provide standard nursing care.
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 Utilize latest technology and trends in providing nursing care.


 Provide promotive, preventive and restorative health services in line
with the national health policies and programmes.
 Practice the professional skills within the framework of code of ethics
and professional conduct within the standards of nursing.
 Communicate effectively with individuals and groups and other
members of the health team to develop effective interpersonal
relationships and team work.
 Gain skills in health teaching to individuals and groups in clinical/
Community health settings.
 Participate effectively as members of the health care delivery system.
 Demonstrate leadership and managerial skills in clinical/community
health settings.
 Learn to conduct need based research studies in various settings and
utilize the research findings to improve the quality of care.
 Devel op awareness, interest and contribute towards advancement of
self and of the profession.

Admission Requirements

o The minimum age for admission shall be 17 years on or before 31st


December of the year of admission.
o The minimum educational requirements shall be the passing of:
Higher Secondary school certificate Examination (12 years course)
Or
Senior School Certificate Examination (10+2), pre-degree
Examination (10+2)
Or
An equivalent with 12 years schooling from a recognized board or
university with science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) and English with
minimum of 50% aggregate marks (PCBE).
o Candidate shall be medically fit.

Entrance/Selection test
Selection of the candidates should be based on the merit of the entrance
examination held by University or competent authority.

Duration
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Duration of the course shall be four years including internship


Vacation
8 weeks vacation shall be given in each year

Duration

Course Duration = 4 years

Weeks available per year = 52 weeks

Vacation = 8 weeks

Gazetted holidays = 3 weeks

Examination (including preparatory) = 4 weeks

Available weeks = 37 weeks

Hours per week = 40

Practical = 30 hours per week

Theory = 10 hours per week

Internship practical = 48 hours per week

Hours available per acacdemic year = 1480 (37 weeks x 40 hours)

Course of instruction
First year
Subject Theory (in hours) Practical (In hrs) (In hrs)
(class and lab) (clinical)
 * English 60
 Anatomy 60
 Physiology 60
 Nutrition 60
 Biochemistry 30
 Nursing Foundations 265+200 450
 Psychology 60
 Microbiology 60
 Introduction to compueters 45
 **Hindi/Regional language 30
 Library work/self study 50
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12.Co-curricular activities 50
Total Hours 930 450 100
Total hours = 1480 hrs
** Optional

Second year
Subject Theory (in hours) Practical (In hrs)
(class and lab) (In hrs)
(clinical)
1.Sociology 60
2.Pharmacology 45
3.Pathology & 30
4. Genetics 15
5.Medical-surgical Nursing (Adult 210 720
including geriatrics)-I
6.Community Health Nursing-I 90 135
7.Communiation and Educational 60+30
Technology
8.Library work/self study 50
9.Co-curricular activities 35
Total hours 540 855 85
Total hours = 1480 hrs

Third year
Subject Theory (in hours) Practical (In hrs)
(class and lab) (In hrs)
(clinical)
1.Medical-surgical Nursing (Adult 120 270
including geriatrics)-II
2.Child Health Nursing 90 270
3.Mental Health Nursing 90 270
4.Midwifery and obstetrical nursing 90 180
5.Library work/self study 50
6.Co-curricular activities 50
Total Hours 390 990 100
Total hours = 1480 hrs
Fourth Year
Subject Theory (in hours) Practical (In hrs)
(class and lab) (In hrs)
(clinical)
1.Midwifery and Obstetrical nursing 180
2.Community Health Nursing-II 90 135
3.Nursing Research & Statistics 45 *
4.Management of Nursing Services and 60+30
education
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Total Hours 225 315


Total hours = 540 hrs
o Project work to be carried out during internship

Practical = 30 hours per week


Internship (Integrated practice)
Subject Theory (in hours) Practical (In hrs)
(class and lab) (In hrs)
(clinical)
1.Midwifery and Obstetrical nursing 240 5

2. Community Health Nursing-II 195 4


3.Medical Surgical Nursing (Adult and 430 9
geriatric)
4.Child Health 145 3
5.Mental Health 95 2
6. Research Project 45 1
Total Hours 1150 24
Total hours = 1690 hrs

Note:

1. Internship means 8 hours of integrated clinical duties in which 2 weeks of


evening and night shift duties are included.
2. Internship should be carried out as 8 hours per day @ 48 hours per week.
3. Students during internship will be supervised by nursing teachers.
4. Fourth year final examination to be held only after completing interhship.
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Scheme of Examination
First Year
Subject Assessment
Hours Internal External Total
Theory
1.Anatomy & Physiology 3 25 75 100
2.Nutrition and Biochemistry 3 25 75 100
3.Nursing Foundation 3 25 75 100
4.Pschology 3 25 75 100
5.Microbiology 3 25 75 100
6.English 3 25 75 100
7.Introduction to Computer 3 25 75 100
Practical and Viva Voce
1.Nursing Foundations 100 100 200
Second Year
Subject Assessment
Hours Internal External Total
Theory
8.Sociology 3 25 75 100
9.Medical-Surgical Nursing-I 3 25 75 100
10.Pharmacology, Pathology, genetics 3 25 75 100
11.Community Health Nursing-I 3 25 75 100
12.Communication and Educational Technology 3 25 75 100
Practical and Viva Voce
100 100 200
2. Medical-Surgical Nursing-I

Third Year
Subject Assessment
Hours Internal External Total
Theory

13.Medical-Surgical Nursing-II 3 25 75 100


14.Child Health Nursing 3 25 75 100
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15. Mental Health Nursing 3 25 75 100


Practical & Viva Voce
50 50 100
3.Medical-surgical Nursing-II
4.Child Health Nursing 50 50 100
5.Mental Health Nursing 50 50 100

Fourth year
Subject Assessment
Hours Internal External Total
Theory

16.Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing 3 25 75 100


17.Community Health Nursing-II 3 25 75 100
18.Nursing Research and Statistics 3 25 75 100

19.Management of Nursing Services and 3 25 75 100


education
Practical & Viva Voce
3 25 75 100
6.Midwifery and Obsetrical nursing
7. Community Health Nursing 3 25 75 100
Note:
1. .Anatomy and Physiology Question paper will consist of Section A Anatomy of 37
marks and B Physiology should be of 38 marks.
2. Nutrition and Biochemistry and Question paper will consist of Section A Nutrition of
45 marks and Section B of Biochemistry of 30 marks.
3. Pharmacology, genetics, pathology: Section A of Pharmacology with 38 marks,
section B of pathology of 25 and Genetics with 12 marks.
4. Nursing Research and Statistics – Nursing Rersearch should be of 50 marks and
Statistics of 25 marks.
5. Minimum pass marks shall be of 40% for English only.
6. Theory and Practical exams for Introduction to computer to be conducted as College
exam and marks to be sent to the University for inclusion in the marks sheet.
7. Minimum pass marks shall be 50% in each of the theory and practical papers
separately.
8. A candidate must have minimum of 80% attendance (irrespective of the kind of
absence in theory and practical in each subject for appearing for examination.
9. A candidate must have 100% attendance in each of the practical areas before award
of degree.
10. A candidate has to pass in theory and practical exam separately in each of the paper.
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11. If a candidate fails in either theory or practical paper he/she has to re-appear for
both the papers (theory and practical).
12. Maximum number of attempts permitted for each paper is 3 including first attempt.
13. A candidate failing in more then two subjects will not be promoted to the next year.
14. Candidate shall not be admitted to the subsequent higher examination unless the
candidate has passed the previous examination.
15. The maximum period to complete the course successfully should not exceed 8 years.
16. Maximum number of candidates for practical examination should not exceeed 20 per
day.
17. All practical examinations must be held in the respective clinical areas.
18. One internal and one external examiner should jointly conduct practical examination
for each student.
19. An examiner should be a lecturer or above in a college of nursing with M.Sc (N) in
concerned subject and minimum of 3 years of teaching experience. To be an
examiner for nursing foundations course faculty having M.Sc (N) with any specialty
shall be considered.
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English

Placement: First Year Time: Theory – 60 hours

Course Description: The Course is designed to enable students to enhance ability to


comprehend spoker and written English (and use English) required for effective
communication in their professional work students will practice their skills in verbal and
written English during clinical and classroom experiences.

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
I 10 o Speak and o Review of Grammar o Demonstrate use of o Objective type
write grammatically o Remedial study of dictionary o Fill in the blanks
correct english Grammar o Class-room o Para phrasing
o Building Vocabulary conversation
o Phonetics o Exercise on use of
o Public speaking Grammar
o Practice in
public speaking
II 30  Develop o Read and comprehend o Exercise on writing o Short Answers
ability to read, prescribed course o Reading o Easy types
understand books o Summarizing
and express o Comprehension
meaningfully,
the prescribed
text
III 10  Develop  Various forms of o Exercises on writing o Assessment of the
writing skills composition o Letter writing skills based on
o Letter writing o Nurses Notes the check list
o Note taking o Precis
o Precis writing o Diary
o Nurses notes o Anecdote
o Anecdotal o Health problems
records o Story writing
o Diary writing o Resume/CV
o Reports on o Essay writing
health problems o Discussion on
etc: written
o Resume/CV reports/documents

IV 6  Develop skill in o Spoken English o Exercise on: o Assessment of the


spoken English o Oral report o Deb ating skills based on
o Discussion o Participating in the check list
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o Debate Seminar, panel,


o Telephonic symposium
conversation o Telephonic
conversation
V 4  Develop skill in o Listening o Exercise on: o Assessment of the
listening Comprehension o Listening to audio, skills based on
comprehension o Media, audio, video, video, tapes and the check list
speeches etc. identify the key points

Anatomy

Placement – First Year Time: Theory – 60 hours

Course Description: The course is designed to enable students to acquire knowledge of the
normal structure of various human body systems and understand the alterations in anatomical
structures in disease and practice of nursing.

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
I 5  Describe the Introduction to Anatomical  Lecture discussion  Short answer
anatomical terms organization of the  Explain using charts, questions
terms, human body microscopic slides,  Objective type
organization of  Human cell skeleton & torso
human body  structure  Demonstrate cells,
and structure  Tissues – Definition, types of tissues
of cell, tissues, types, characteristics,  Membrances and
membranes and classification, location, glands
glands functions and formation  Record book
 Membrances and glands
– classification and
structure Alterations in
disease
 Applications and
implications in nursing
II 6  Describe the The skeletal system  Lecture discussion  Short answer
structure &  Bones – types,  Explain using questions
function of structure, Axial ad charts, skeleton, loose  Objective type
bones and Appendicular skeleton, bones, and joints
joints  Bone formation and  Records book
growth
 Description of bones
 Joints – classification
and structure
 Alterations in disease
 Applications and
implications in nursing
III 7 o Describe the The Muscular System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
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structure and o Types ad structure of  Explain using chart, questions


function of muscles muscles models and films  Objective type
o Muscle groups  Demonstrate
Alterations in disease muscular movements
Applications and  Record book
implications in nursing

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
IV 6  Describe the The Nervous System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
structure &  Structure of nerologia &  Explain using models, questions
function of neurons charts, slides, specimens  Objective type
nervous  Somatic Nervous system  Record book
system o Structure of brain, spinal
chord, cranial nerves,
spinal nerves, peripheral
nerves
 Autonomic Nervous
system- sympathetic,
parasympathetic
o Structure, location
Alterations in disease
Applications and
implications in nursing
V 6 Explain the The sensory organs  Lecture discussion  Short answer
structure &  Structure of skin, eye, ear,  Explain using models, questions
functions of nose, tongue, (Auditory and charts, slides, specimens  Objective type
sensory olfactory apparatus)  Record book
organs Alterations in disease
Applications and
implications in nursing
VI 7  Describe the Circulatory and  Lecture discussion  Short answer
structure and lymphatic system  Explain using models, questions
function of charts, slides, specimens  Objective type
 The Circulatory system
circulatory
o Blood – Microscopic  Record book
and
structure
lymphatic
o Structure of heart
system
o Structure of blood vessels
– Arterial and Venous
System,
o Circulation: Systemic,
pulmonary, coronary
 Lymphatic system
o Lymphatic vessels and
lymph
o Lymphatic tissues
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o Thymus gland
o Lymph nodes
o Spleen
o Lymphatic nodules
Alterations in disease
Applications and
implications in nursing

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
VII 5  Describe The Respiratory System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
the structure  Structure of the organs of  Explain using models, questions
& functions respiration torso, charts, slides,  Objective type
of  Muscles of respiration: specimens
respsiratory Intercostals and Diaphragm  Record book
system Alterations in disease
Applications and
implications in nursing
VIII 6  Describe The Digestive System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
the structure  Structure of Alimentary tract  Explain using models, questions
& functions and accessory organs of torso, charts, slides,  Objective type
of digestive digestion specimens
system Alterations in disease  Record book
Applications and implications
in nursing
IX 4  Describe The Excretory System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
the structure (Urinary)  Explain using models, questions
and functions  Structure of organs of torso, charts, slides,  Objective type
of excretory urinary specimens
system
 System: Kidney, ureter,  Record book
urinary bladder, urethra,
structure of skin
Alterations in disease
Applications and implications
in nursing
X 4  Describe The Endocrine System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
the structure  Structure of pituitary,  Explain using models, questions
and functions pancreas, thyroid, Torso, charts, slides,  Objective type
of endocrine parthyroid, thymus and specimens
system adrenal glands  Record book
Alterations in disease
Applications and implications
in nursing
XI 4  Describe The reproductive system  Lecture discussion  Short answer
the structure including breast  Explain using models, questions
and functions  Structure of female Torso, charts, slides,  Objective type
of reproductive organs specimens
reproductive
 Structure of male  Record book
system
reproductive organs
 Structure of breast
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Alterations in disease
Applications and implications
in nursing

Physiology

Placement – First Year Time: Theory – 60 Hours

Course Description: The Course s designed to assist the students to acquire knowledge of
the normal physiology of various human body systems and understand the alterations in
physiology diseases and practice of nursing.

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
I 4  Describe the Cell Physiology  Lecture discussion  Short answer
physiology of  Tissue-formation, repair questions
cell, tissues,  Membranes & glands – functions  Objective type
membranes Alterations in disease
and glands Applications and implications in
nursing
II 4  Describe the Sk eletal System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
bone formation  Bone formation & growth  Explain using questions
and growth  Bones – Functions and movements charts, models  Objective type
and of bones of axial and appendicular and films
movements of skeleton, bone healing  Demonstration of
skeleton system  Joints and Joint movement joint movements
Alterations in disease
Applications and implications in
nursing
III 4  Describe the Muscular System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
muscle  Muscle movements, Muscle tone,  Explain using questions
movements and physiology of muscle contraction, charts, models  Objective type
tone and levels and maintenance of posture slides, specimen
demonstrate Alterations in disease and films
muscle Applications and implications in  Demonstration of
contraction and nursing muscle
tone movements, tone
and contraction
IV 7  Describe the Nervous System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
physiology of  Functions of Nerolgia and neurons  Explain using, questions
nerve stimulus,  Stimulus and nerve impuse Charts, models  Objective type
reflexes, brain, definitions and mechanism and films
cranial and  Functions of brain, spinal cord,  Demonstrate
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spinal nerves cranial and spinal nerves nerve stimulus,


 Demonstrate  Cerebrospinal fluid Composition, reflex action,
reflex action circulation ad function reflexes
and stimulus  Reflex are, Reflex action and
reflexes
 Autonomic functions
0 Pain: somatic, visceral, and
referred
0 Autonomic learning and
biofeedback
Alternations in disease
Applications and implications in
nursing
Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment
(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
V 8  Describe the Circulatory system  Lecture discussion  Short answer
physiology of  Blood formation, composition,  Explain using charts, questions
blood ad functions blood groups, blood coagulation films  Objective type
of Heart  Hemoglobin: Structure, Synthesis  Demonstration of
 Demonstrate and breakdown, Variation of blood cell count,
blood cell count, molecules, estimation coagulation,
coagulation,  Functions of Heart, Conduction, grouping,
grouping, Cardiac cycle, circulation- Haemoglobin
Hb: BP and Pulse principles, control, factors estimation, Heart
monitoring influencing conduction system.
BP and Pulse  Measurement of
Alternations in disease pulse, BP
Applications and implications in
nursing

VI 6  Describe the The Respiratory System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
physiology and  Functions of respiratory organs  Explain using Charts, questions
mechanisms of  Physiology of respiration films  Objective type
respiration  Pulmonary ventilation, volume  Demonstration of
 Demonstrate  Mechanics of respiration spirometry
blood cell count,  Gaseous exchange in lungs
coagulation,  Carriage of oxygen and carbon-
grouping, Hb: dioxide
BP and pulse  Exchange of gases in tissues
monitoring  Regulation of respiration.
Alterations in disease
Applications and implications in
nursing
VII 6  Describes the The Digestive system  Lecture discussion  Short answer
physiology of  Functions of organs of digestive  Explain using charts, questions
digestive system tract. Movements of alimentary films  Objective type
 Demonstrates tract, Digestion in mouth, stomach,
BMR small intestines, Large intestines,
Absorption of food. Functions of
liver, gas bladder and pancreas
 Metabolism of carbohydrates,
protein and fat
VIII 5  Describe the The Excretory System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
physiology of  Functions of kidneys,  Explain using questions
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excretory system ureters, urinary charts, films


bladder & urethra
 Composition of urine
 Mechanism of urine
formation
 Function of skin
 Regulation of body temperature
 Fluid and electrolyte balance.
Alterations in disease
Applications and implications in
nursing

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
IX 4  Describe the The Sensory Organs  Lecture discussion  Short answer
physiology of  Functions of skin, eye, ear, nose,  Explain using questions
sensory organs tongue, charts, films  Objective type
Alterations in disease
Applications and implications in
nursing
X 5  Describe the The Endocrine System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
physiology of  Functions of pituitary, pneal  Explain using questions
endocrine glands body, thymus, thyroid, charts, films  Objective type
parathyroid, pancreas,  Demonstration of
suprarenal, placenta and ovaries BMR
and testes
Alterations in disease
Applications and implications in
nursing
XI 5  Describe the The Reproductive System  Lecture discussion  Short answer
physiology of male  Reproduction of cells – DNA,  Explain using questions
and female Mitosis, Meosis, charts, films,  Objective type
reproductive spermatogenesis, oogenesis. models, specimens
system  Functions of female reproductive
organs; Functions of breast,
Female sexual cycle.
 Introduction to embryology.
 Functions of male reproductive
organs, Male function in
reproduction, male fertility
system.
Alterations in disease
Applications and implications in
nursing
XII 2  Describe the Lumphatic and Immunological  Lecture discussion  Short answer
physiology of system  Explain using questions
Lymphatic ad  Circulation of lymph Charts, films  Objective type
Immunological  Immunity
system o Formation of T-cells and B cells
o Types of Immune response
o Atigens
o Cytokines
o Antibodies
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Nutrition

Placement: First Year Time: Theory 60 hours

Course Description: the Course is designed to assist the students to acquire knowledge of nutrition
for maintenance of optimum health at different stages of life and its application of practice of nursing.

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
Th. Pr.
1 4  Describe the Introduction  Lecture Discussion  Short answers
relationship  Nutrition:  Explaining using  Objective type
between o History charts
nutrition & o Concepts  Panel discussion
Health  Role of nutrition in
maintaining health
 Nutritional problems in
India
 National nutritional policy
 Factors affecting food and
nutrition: socio-economic,
cultural, tradition,
production, system of
distribution, of style and food
habits etc
 Role of food and its
medicinal value
 Classification of foods
 Food standards
 Elements of nutrition:
macro and micro
 Calorie, BMR
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II 2  Describe the Carbohydrates  Lecture Discussion  Short answers


classification,  Classification  Explaining using  Objective type
functions,  Caloric value charts
sources and  Recommended daily
recommended allowances
Daily
 Dietary sources
allowances
 Functions
(RDA) of
carbohydrates  Digestion, absorption and
storage, metabolism of
carbohydrates
 Malnutrition: Deficiencies
and over consumption

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
Th. Pr.
III 2  Describe the Fats  Lecture Discussion  Short answers
classification,  Classification  Explaining using  Objective type
functions,  Caloric value charts
sources and  Recommended daily
recommended allowances
daily allowances  Dietary sources
(RDA) of fats  Functions
 Digestion, absorption
and storage, metabolism
 Malnutrition: Deficicies and
over consumption
IV 2  Describe the Proteins  Lecture discussion  Short answers
classification,  Classification  Explaining using  Objective type
functions,  Caloric value charts
sources and  Recommended daily
recommended allowances
daily allowances  Dietary source
(RDA) of  Functions
proteins  Digestion, absorption,
metabolism and storage
 Malnutrition: Deficiencies
and over consumption
V 3  Describe the Energy  Lecture discussion  Short answers
daily calorie  Unit of energy –  Explaining using  Objective type
requirement for K eal charts
different  Energy requirements of  Exercise
categories of different categories of people  Demonstration
people  Measurements of energy
 Body mass index (BMI) and
basic metabolism
 Basal metabolic rate (BMR)
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– determination and factors


affecting
VI 4  Describe the Vitamins  Lecture Discussion  Short answers
colassification,fu  Classification  Explaining using  Objective type
ntions, sources  Recommended daily charts
and allowances
recommended  Dietary sources
daily allowances  Functions
(RDA) of  Absorption, synthesis,
vitamins metabolism storage and
excretion
 Deficiencies
 Hypervitamnosis

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment methods


(Hrs) Objectives Activities
Th. Pr.
VII 4  Describe the Minerals  Lecturer Discussion  Shosrt answers
classification,  Classification  Explaining using charts  Objective type
functions,  Recommended daily allowances
sources and  Dietary sources
recommended  Functions
daily allowances  Absorption, synthesis,
(RDA) of metabolism storage and
minerals excretion
 Deficiencies
 Over consumption and toxicity
VIII 3  Describe the Water & electrolytes  Lecture Discussion  Short answers
sources,  Water: Daily requirement,  Explaining using charts  Objective type
functions and regulation of water metabolism,
requirements of distribution of body water,
water &  Electrolytes: Types, sources,
electrolytes composition of body fluids
 Maintenance of fluid and
electrolyte balance
 Over hydration, dehydration and
water intoxication
 Electrolyte imbalances
IX 5 15  Describe the Cookery rules and preservation of  Lecture Discussion  Short answers
cookery rules nutrients  Demonstration  Objective type
and  Principles, methods of cooking  Practice session  Assessment of
preservation of and serving practice sessions
nutrients o Preservation of nutrients
 Prepare and  Safe food handling toxicity
serve simple  Storage of food
beverages and  Food preservation, food additives
different types and its principles
of foods  Prevention of food adulteration
ACT (PFA)
 Food standards
 Preparation of simple beverages
and different types of food
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
Th. Pr.
X 5  Describe Balanced diet  Lecture Discussion  Short answers
and plan  Elements  Explaining using  Objective type
balanced diet  Food groups charts  Exercise on menu
for different  Recommended dailyAllowance  Practice session planning
categories of  Nutritive value of foods  Meal planning
people  Calculation of balanced diet
for different categories of people
 Planning menu
 Budgeting of food
 Introduction to therapeutic
diets: Naturopathy - Diet
XI 4  Describe Role of nurse in nutritional  Lecture Discussion  Short answers
various programmes  Explaining with  Objective type
national  National programmes related slide/Film shows
programmes to nutrition  Demonstration of
related to o Vitamin A deficiency Assessment of
nutrition programme nutritional status
 Describe the o National iodine deficiency
role of nurse disorders (IDD) programme
in assessment o Mid-day meal programme
of nutritional o Integrated child development
status and scheme (ICDS)
nutrition  National and International
education agencies working towards
food/nutrition
o NIPCCD CARE, FAO, NIN,
CFTRI (Central food
technology and research
institute) etc
 Assessment of
nutritional status
 Nutrition education
and role of nurse
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Biochemistry

Placement: First Year Time: Theory – 30 Hours

Course Descriptions: The course is designed to assist the students to acquire knowledge of the
normal biochemical composition and functioning of human body and understand the
alterations in biochemistry in diseases for practice of nursing.

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods

I 3  Describe the Introduction  Lecture  Short answer


structure  Definition and significance in nursing discussion using questions
Compsition  Review of structure, composition and functions charts, slides  Objective type
and of cell  Demonstrate
functions of  Prokaryote and Eukaryote cell organization use of
cell  Microscopy microscopy
 Differentiat
e between
prokaryote and
Eukaryote cell
 Identify
techniques of
Microscopy
II 6  Describe the Structure and functions of Cell membrane  Lecture  Short answer
structure  Fluid mosaic model tight junction, discussion questions
and Cytoskeleton  Objective type
fimctions of  Acid base balance-maintenance & diagnostic
Cell tests
membrance o PH buffers
III 6  Explain the Composition and metabolism of  Lecture  Short answer
metabolism Carbohydrates discussion questions
of  Types, structure, composition and uses  Demonstration  Objective type
carbohydrates o Monosaccharides, Disaccharides, of blood glucose
Polysaccharides, Oligosaccharides monitoring
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 Metabolism
o Pathways of glucose:
o Glycolysis
o Gluconeogenesis: Cori’s cycle, Tricarbosylic
acid (TCA) cycle
o Glycogenolysis
o Pentose phosphate
pathways (Hexose mono
phosphate)
o Regulation of blood
glucose level
Investigations and their interpretations

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
IV 4  Explain the Composition and metabolism of Lipids  Lecture  Short answer
metabolism  Types, structure, composition and uses of fatty Discussion using questions
of Lipids acids charts  Objective type
 Types, structure,  Demonstration
 composition and uses of of laboratory
fatty acids tests
o Breakdown
o Synthesis
 Metabolism of triacylglycerols
 Cholesterol metabolism
o Biosynthesis and its Regulation
o Bile salts and bilirubin
o Vitamin D
o Steroid hormones
 Lipoproteins and their functions:
o VLDLs-IDLs,LDLs and HDLs
o Transport of lipids
o Atherosclerosis, Investigations and their
interpretations
V 6  Explain the Composition and metabolism of Amino acids and  Lecture  Short answer
metabolism Proteins Discussion using questions
of Amino  Types, structure, charts  Objective type
acids and composition and uses of  Demonstration
proteins Amino acids and of laboratory
proteins tests
 Metabolism of Amini acids and proteins
o Protein synthesis, targeting and glycoslation
o Chromatography
o Electrophoresis
o Sequencing
 Metabolism of Nitrogen
o Fixation and Assimilation
o Urea Cycle
o Hemes and chorophylls
 Enzymes and co-enzymes
o Classification
o Properties
o Kietics and inhibition
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o Control
Investigations and their interpretations

VII 3  Describe Immunochemistry  Lecture  Short answer


Immuno-  Immune response discussion questions
chemistry  Structure and classification of immunoglobins  Demonstrate  Objective type
 Mechanism of antibody production laboratory tests
 Antigens: HLA typing
 Free radical and Atioxidants
 Specialised Protein: Collagen, Elastin, Keratin,
Myosin, Lens Protein
 Electrophoretic and Quantitative determination
of immunoglobins
o ELISA etc.
Investigations and their interpretations

Nursing Foundations

Placement: First year Time: Theory – 265 hours


Practical – 650 hours
(200 lab and 450 clinical)
Course Description: This course is designed to help the students to develop an
understanding of the philosophy, objectives, theories and process of nursing in various
Supervised Clinical settings. It is aimed at helping the students to acquire knowledge,
understanding and skills in techniques of nursing and practice them in supervised clinical
settings.

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment methods


(Hrs) Objectives Activities

I 10  Describe the Introduction  Lecture discussion  Essay type


concept of  Concept of Health: Health-  Visit to health care  Short answers
health, illness illness continuum agencies  Objective type
and health  Factors influencing health
care agencies  Causes and risk factors for
developing illness
 Body defences: Immunity
and immunization
 Illness and illness Behaviour
 Impact of illness on patient
and family
 Health Care Services:
Health Promotion and
Prevention, Primary Care,
Diagnosis, Treatment,
Rehabilitation and
Continuing Care
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 Health care teams


 Types of health care
agencies:
 Hospitals: Types,
Organisation and
Functions
 Health Promotion and
Levels of Disease
Prevention
 Primary health care and its
delivery: Role of nurse

Unit Time Learning Objectives Content Teaching Assessment methods


(Hrs) Learning
Activities
II 16  Explain concept ad Nursing as a profession  Lecture  Essay type
scope of nursing  Definition and characteristics of a discussion  Short answers
 Describe values, code profession  Case discussion  Objective type
of ethics and  Nursing:  Role plays
professisonal o Definition, Concepts,
conduct for nurses Philosophy, Objectives
in India o Characteristics, nature
and scope of nursing
practice
o Function of nurse
o Qualities of a nurse
o Categories of nursing
Personnel
o Nursing as a profession
o History of Nursing in India
 Values: Definition, Types, Values
Clarification and values in
professional Nursing: Caring and
Advocacy
 Ethics:
o Definition and Ethical
Principles
o Code of ethics and
professisonal conduct
for nurses
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III 4  Explain the Hospital admission and discharge  Lecture  Eassay type
admission and  Admission to the discussion  Short answers
discharge procedure Hospital  Demonstration  Objective type
 Performs admission o Unit and its  Lab Practice  Assess skills with
and discharge preparation-admission  Supervised check list
procedure bed Clinical practice  Clinical practical
o Admission procedure examination
o Special considerations
o Medico-legal issues
o Roles and
o Responsibilities of the
Nurse
 Discharge from the
hospital
o Discharge from the
Hospital
o Types: Planned discharge, LAMA
and abscond, Referrals and
transfers
o

Unit Time Learning Objectives Content Teaching Learning Assessment methods


(Hrs) Activities

o Discharge planning
o Discharge procedure
o Special considerations
o Medico-legal issues
o Roles and Responsibilities
of the nurse
o Care of the unit after
discharge
IV 10  Communicate Communication and Nurse  Lecture discussion  Essay type
effectively with patient relationship  Role play and video  Short answers
patient, families  Communication: Levels, film on the nurses  Objective type
and team Elements, Types, Modes, interacting with the
members and Process, Factors patient
maintain effective influencing  Practice session on
human Communication patient teaching
Relations o Methods of Effective  Supervised Clinical
(projecting Communication, practice
professional o Attending skills
image) o Rapport building skills
 Appreciate the o Empathy sk ills
importance of o Barriers to effective
patient teaching in Communication
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nursing  Helping Relationships


(NPR):
Dimensions of Helping
Relationships, Phases of
a helping relationship
 Communicating
effectively with patient,
families and team members
and maintain effective
human relations with special
reference to communicating
with vulnerable group
(children, women, physically
and mentally challenged and
elderly)
 Patient teaching:
Importance, purposes,
sprocess, role of nurse and
integrating teaching in
Nursing process

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods

V 15  Explain the The Nursing Process


concept, uses,  Critical Thinking and Nursing
format and Judgement
steps of o Critical Thinking: Thinking
nursing and Learning
process o Competencies, Attitudes for
 Documents Critical Thinking, Levels of
nursing critical thinking in Nursing
process as per  Nursing Process Overview:
the format Application in Practice
o Nursing process format: INC,
current format
o Assessment
o Collection of Data: Types,
Sources, Methods
o Formulating Nursing
Judgement: Data
interpretation
o Nursing diagnosis
o Identification of client
problems
o Nursing diagnosis statement
o Difference between medical
and nursing diagnosis
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o Planning
o Estalishing priorities
o Establishing Goals and
Expected outcomes
o Selection of interventions:
Protocols and standing orders
o Writing the Nursing Care
plan
o Implementation
o Implementing the plan of
care
o Evaluation
o Outcome of care
o Review and modify
o Documentation and
Reporting

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods

VI 4  Describe the Documentation and  Lecture discussion  Essay type


purposes, Reporting  Demonstration  Short answers
types and
 Documetation: Purposes of  Practice Session  Objective type
techniques of
Recording and reporting  Supervised Clinical
recording and practice
reporting  Communication within the
Health Care Team,
 Types of records; ward
records, medical/nursing
records
 Common Record-keeping
forms, Computerized
documentation
 Guidelines for Reporting,
Factual Basis, Accuracy,
Completeness, currentness,
Organization, confidentiality
 Methods of Recording,
 Reporting: Change of shift
reports: Transfer reports,
Incident reports
 Minimizing legal liability
through effective record
keeping
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VII 15  Describe Vital signs  Lecture discussion  Essay type


principles and  Guidelines for taking vital  Demonstration  Short answers
techniques of signs:  Practice  Objective type
monitoring  Body temperature:  Supervised  Assess with
and o Physiology, Regulation, Clinical practice check list and
maintaining Factors affecting body clinical
vital signs temperature, practical
 Monitor ad o Assessment of body
maintain vital temperature: sites, equipments
signs and technique, special
considerations
o Temperature
alterations:
Hyperthermia, Heatstroke,
Hypothermia
Hot and cold applications
 Pulse:
o Physiology and
Regulation, Characteristics of
the pulse, Factors affecting
pulse

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
o Assessment of pulse: sites,
location, equipments and
technique, special
considerations
o Alterations in pulse:
 Respiration:
o Physiology and Regulation,
Mechanics of breathing
Characteristicsics of the
respiration, Factors affecting
respiration
o Assessment of repirations:
technique, special
considerations
o Alterations in respiration
 Blood pressure:
o Physiology and Regulation,
Characteristics sof the
blood pressure, factors
affecting
bl ood pressure
o Assessment of blood
pressure: sites, equipments
and technique, special
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considerations
o Alterations in blood
pressure
 Recording of vital signs
VII 30  Describe Health assessment
purpose  Purpose
and process  Process of Health
of health assessment
assessment o Health history
 Describe o Physical
the health examination:
assessment o Methods-Inspection,
of each Palpation, Percussion,
body Auscultation, Olfaction
system o Preparation for
 Perform examination: Patient and
health unit
assessment o General assessment
of each o Assessment of each body
body system
system o Recording of health
assessment

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
IX 5  Identifies the Machinery. Equipment and  Lecture discussion  Essay type
various linen  Demonstration  Short answers
machinery,  Types: Disposables and  Objective type
equipmnet and reusables-Linen, rubber
linen and their goods, glass ware, metal,
care plastics, furniture,
machinery
 Introduction:
o Indent
o Maintenance
o Invetory
X 60  Describe the Meeting needs of patient  Lecture discussion  Essay type
basic,  Basic needs (Activities of  Demonstration  Short answers
physiological daily living)  Practice sessions  Objective type
and o Providing safe and clean  Supervised  Assess with
psychosocial environment:  Clinical practice check list and
needs of patient o Physical environment: clinical
 Describe the o Temperature, Humidity, practical
principles and Noise, Ventilation, light, examination
techniques for Odour, pests control
meeting basic, o Reduction of physical
physiological hazards: fire, accidents
and o Safety devices:
psychosocial Restraints, side rails,
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needs of patient airways, trapez etc.


 Perform o Role of nurse in
nursing providing safe and clean
assessment, environment
plan, o Hygiene:
implement and o Factors influencing
evaluate the Hygienic Practice
care for o Hygienic care: Care of
meeting basic, the skin-Bath and
physiological pressure points, feet and
and nail, oral cavity, Hair
psychosocial Care, Eyes. Ears and
needs of patient Nose
o Assessment, Principles,
Types, Equipments,
Procedure, Spcial
Considerations
o Patient environment:
Room Equipment and
linen, making patient
beds

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Learning methods
Activities
o Types of beds and bed making
o Comfort:
o Factors influencing
Comfort
o Comfort devices
 Physiological needs:
o Sleep and Rest
o Physiology of sleep
o Promoting Rest and sleep
o Sleep disorders
o Nutrition:
- Importance
-Factors affecting
- nutritional needs
- Assessment of nutritional needs:
Variables
- Meeting Nutritional needs:
Principles, equipments, procedure
and special considerations
0 Oral
0 Enteral: Naso/Orogastric,
gastrostomy
0Parenteral:
o Urinary Elimination
-Review of
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physiology of Urine Elimination,


Composition and characteristics of
urine
-Factors influencing urination
-Alteration in urinary elimination
-Types and collection of urine
specimen: Observation, urine testing
-Facilitating urine elimination:
assessment, types, equipments,
procedures and special considerations
o Providing urinal/bed pan

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
o Condom drainage
o Perineal care
o Catehterization
o Care of urinary drainage
o Care of urinary diversions
o Bladder irrigation
o Bowel Elimination
-Review of physiology of Bowel
Eloimination, Composition and
characteristics of faeces
Observation
- Facilitating bowel
- Elimination: assessment,
equipments, procedures
ad special considerations
o Passing of flatus tube
o Enemas
o Suppository’Sitz bath
o Bowel wash
o Care of Ostomics
o Mobility and Immobility
-Principles of body Mechanics
-Maintenance of normal body
Alignment and mobility
-Factors affecting body
Alignment and mobility
-Hazards associated with
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immobility
-Alteration in body
Alignment and mobility
- Nursing
interventios for impaired
Body alignment and Mobility:
assessment, types, devices
used, method and speial
considerations,
rehabilitation aspects

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Activities Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives methods
o Range of motion exercises
o Maintainig body
alignment: Positions
o Moving
o Lifting
o Transfering
o Walking
o Restraints
o Oxygenation
- Review of
Cardiovascular and
respiratory Physiology
- Factors Affecting
Oxygenation
- Alterations in
oxygenation
- Nursing interventions
in oxygenetation:
assessment, types,
equipment used,
procedure and special
considerations
o Maintenance of patient
airway
o Oxygen administration
o Suction
o Inhalations: dry ad
moist
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o Chest physiotherapy6
and postural drainage
o Care of chest drainage
o Pulse oximetry
o CPR-Basic life support
o Fluid, El,ectrolyte and
Acid Base Balances
-Review of physiological
Reguatlion of Fluid,
Electrolyte and Acid Base
Balances
-Alterations in Fluid,
electrolyte and Acid-base
Balances
- Nursisng interventions in
fluid, electrolyte and Acid

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
-Base Imbalances:
Assessment, types equipment, procedure
and special considerations
o Measuring fluid intake and output
o Correcting fluid
Electrolyte Imbalance:
√ Replacement of fluids:
Oral and Parenteral; Veipuncture,
regulating IV Flow rates, changing IV
solutions and tubing, Changing IV
dressing,
√ Administering Blood transfusion
√ Restriction of fluids
 Psychosocial Needs
o Concepts sof Cultural Diversity,
Stress and Adaptation, Self-concept,
Sexuality, Spiritual Health, Coping
with loss, death and grieving
o Assessment of psychosocial needs
o Nursing intervention of psychosocial
needs
- Assist with coping and adaptation
- Creating therapeutic
environment
o Recreatioal and
dviersional therapies
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XI 20  Describe Infection control in Clinical settings


principles  Infection control
and o Nature of infection
techniques o Chain of infection transmission
for infection o Defenses against infection; natural
control and and acquired
biomedical o Hospital acquired
waste infection(Nosocomial infection)
management
in supervised
clinical

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
 Concept of asepsis: medical
asepsis, and surgical asepsis
 Isolation precautions (Barrier
nursing):
o Hand washing: simple, hand
antisepsis and surgical
antisepsis (scru)
o Isolation: source and protective
o Personal protecting equipments:
types, uses and technique of
wearning and removing
o Decontamination of equipment
and unit
o Transportation of infected
patients
o Standard safety precautions
(Universal precautions)
o Transmission based precautions
 Biomedical waste management:
o Importace
o Types of hospital waste
o Hazards associated with hospital
waste
o Decontamination of hospital waste
o Segregation and Transportation
and disposal
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XII 40  Explain the Administration of Medications


principles,  General
routes, effects Principles/Considerations
of o Purposes of Medications
administration o Principles: 5 rights, special
of medications considerations, prescriptions,
 Calculate safety in Administering
conversions of Medications and
drugs and Medicatiokn Errors
dosages within o Drug forms
and between
systems of
measurements

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
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 Administer o Routes of administration  Lecture  Essay type


drugs by the o Storage and maintenance of drugs discussion  Short answers
following and Nurses responsibility  Demonstration  Objective type
routes-oral, o Broad classification of drugs  Practice session  Assess with
Intradermal, o Therapeutic Effect, slide Effects,  Supervised check list and
subscutaneous Toxic Effects, Idiosyncratic clinical practice clinical
Intramuscular Reactions, Allergic Reaction practical
, Intra Venous o Drug Tolerance, Drug examination
topical, Interactions,
inhalation o Factors Influencing drug Actions,
o Systems of Drug
Meassurement: Metric System,
Apothecary system, Household
Measurements, Solutions.
o Converting Measurements Units:
Conversion within one system,
Conversion between systems,
Dosage Calculation,
o Termiologies and abbreviations
used in prescriptions of
medications
o Oral Drugs Administration: Oral,
Sublingual and Buccal:
Equipment, procedure
 Parenteral
o General principles:
Docontamination and disposal of
syringes and needles
o Types of parenteral therapies
o Types of sysringes, needles,
canula, and infusion sets
o Protection from Needlestick
Injuries: Giving Medications
with a safety syringes
o Routes of parenteral therapies
-Intradermal: purpose, site,
equipment, procedure, special
considerations

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
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-Subcutaneous: purpose, site,


equipment, procedure, special
considerations
Intramuscular: purpose, site,
equipment, procedure, special
considerations
-Intramuscular: purpose, site,
equipment, proecedure, special
considerations
-Intra Venous: purpose, site,
equipment, procedure, special
considerations
-Advanced techniques:
Epidural, intrathecal, intraosseous,
intraperitionial, intraplural,
itrarterial Role of nurse
 Topical Administration:
Purpose, site equipment,
proeceudre, special considerations
for
o Application to skin
o Application to mucous
membrance
- Direct application of liquids-
Gargle and swabbing the
throat
- Insertion of Drug into body
cavity:
Suppository/medicated
packing in rectum/vagina
- Instillations: Ear, Eye, nasal,
Bladder and Rectal
- Irrigations: Eye, Ear,
Bladder, Varginal and
Rectal
- Spraying: Nose ad throat
 Inhalation: Nasal, oral,
endotracheal/tracheal (steam,
oxygen and medications) –
purposes, types, equipment,
procedure,
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
Special considerations
o Recording and reporting of
medications administered

XIII 10  Describe the Meeting needs of


pre and post Perioperative patients
operative care
 Definition and concept of
of patients
perioperative Nursing
 Explain the
 Preoperative Phase
process of
o Preparation of patient for surgery
wound healing
 Intraoperative
 Explain the
o Operation theatre set up and
principles and
environment
techniques of
o Role of nurse
wound care]
 Postoperative Phase
 Perform care
o Recovery unit
of wound
o Post operative unit
o Postoperative care,
 Wounds: types,
Classifications, wound
Healing process, factors
affecting wound,
complications of wound
healing
 Surgical asepsis
 Care of the wound-types,
equipments, procedure and
special considerations
o Dressings, Suture Care
o Care of Drinage
o Application of Bandages, Binders,
Splints and Slings
o Heat and Cold therapy

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
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XIV 15  Explain care Meeting special needs of the  Lecture  Essay type
of patients patient discussion  Short
having  Case discussions answers
 Care of patients having alteration
alterations in
in  Supervised  Objective
body clinical practice type
o Temperature (hyper and
functioning
hypothermia) : Types,
Assessment, Management
o Sensorium
(Unconsciousness);
Assessment, Management
o Urinary Elimination (retention
and incontinence);
Assessment, Management
o Functioning of sensory organs:
(Visual and hearing impairment)
o Assessment of self-care ability
o Communication methods and
special considerations
o Mobility (physically challenged,
cast), assessment of self-care
ability: communication methods
and special considerations
o Mental state (mentally challenged),
assessment of self-care ability.
o Communication Methods and
special considerations
o Respiration (distress); Types,
Assessment, Management
o Comfort – (Pain) – Nature, Types,
Factors influencing Pain,
Coping, Assessment,
Management;
 Treatments related to
gastrointestinal system:
nasogastric suction, gastric
irrigation, gastric analysis

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods
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XV 5  Explain care Care of Terminally ill patient  Lecture discussion  Essay type
of terminall ill o Concepts of Loss, Grief,  Demonstration  Short answers
patient grieving Process  Case  Objective type
o Signs of clinical death discussion/Role
o Care of dying patient: special play
considerations  Practice session
-Advance directives:  Supervised Clinical
Euthanasia, will, dying practice
declaration, organ donation etc
o Medico-legal issues
o Care of dead body:
Equipment, procedure and
care of unit
o Autopsy
o Embalming

X 6  Explain the Professional Nursing concepts  Lecture discussion  Essay type


VI basic concepts and practices  Short answers
of conceptual  Conceptual and theoretical
and theoretical models of nursing practice:
models of Introduction to models-holistic
nursing model, health belief model,
health promotion model etc
 Itroduction to theories in
Nursing; Peplau’s
Henderson’s, Orem’s,
Neuman’s, roger’s and Roy’s
 Linking theories with nursing
process
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Nursing Foundations – Practical

Placement: First Year Time: Practical – 650 hours


(200 lab and 450 clinical)

Course Descripton: This course is designed to help the students to develop an


understanding of the philosophy, objectives, theories and process of nursing
in various clinical settings, It is aimed at helping the students to acquire knowledge,
understanding and skills in techniques of nursing and practice them in clinical setting
Areas Time Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment
(Hrs) methods
Demonstration 200  Performs Hospital admission and  Practice in  Evaluate with
Lab General 450 admission discharge (III) unit/hospital checklist
Medical and Minimum and  Admission  Assessment of
surgery ward practice discharge  Prepare Unit for new patient clinical
time in procedure  Prepare admission bed performance with
clinical  Performs admission rating scale
area) procedure  Competion of
o New patient practical record
o Transfer in
o Prepare patient records
Discharge/Transfer out
 Gives discharge counseling
 Perform discharge
procedure
(planned discharge, LAMA
and abscond, Referrals and
transfers)
 Prepare records
Discharge/transfer
 Dismantle, and disinfect unit
and equipment after
discharge/transfer

Perform assessment:
 History taking, Nursing  Assessment of
diagnosis, problem list, nursing process
prioritization, Goals and records with
 Prepares Expected Outcomes,  Write checklist
selection of interventions
nursing nursing  Assessment of
care plan as  Write Nursing Care plan process actual care given
per the  Gives care as per the plan records of with rating scale
nursing patient
process  Simulated-I
format  Actual-I
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Areas Time Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(Hrs) methods
 Communicate Communication
effectively with  Use verbal and non verbal
patient, families communication techniques
and team
members and
Prepare a plan for patient
 Maintain
effective human teaching session
relations
 Develops plan
for patient
teaching Write patient report

 Prepare patient  Change-of shift reports,


reports Transfer reports, Incident reports
etc.
 Presents  Presents patient report
reports Vital signs
 Measure, Records and interpret
 Monitor vital alterations in body temperature,
signs pulse respiration and blood
pressure

 Health history taking


 Perform assessment:
o General
 Perform health o Body systems
assessmet of o Use various methods of
each body physical examination
system o Inspection, palpation,
percussion, Asucultation,
Olfaction
o Identification of system wise
deviations
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Areas Time Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(Hrs) methods
 Provide basic Prepare patient’s unit:  Practice in lab  Assessment of
nursing care to  Prepare beds: and hospital each skill with
patients o Open, closed, occupied,  Simulated rating scale
operation, amputation, exercise on CPR  Completion of
o Cardiac, fracture, burn, manikin activity record
Divided & Fowlers bed
 Pain assessment and provision
for comfort
Use comfort devices
Hygienic care:
 Oral hygiene:
 Baths and care of pressure
points
 Hair wash, pediculosis
treatment
 Feeding:
 Oral, Enteral, Naso/Orogastric,
gastrostomy and parenteral
feeding
 Naso-gastric insertion, suction,
and irrigation
Assisting patient in urinary
elimination
 Provides urinal/bed pan
 Condom drainage
 Perineal care
 Catheterization
 Care of urinary drainage
 Bladder irrigation
Assisting bowel Elimination:
 Insertion of Flatus tube
 Enemas
 Insertion of suppository
Bowel wash Body Alignment and
Mobility:
o Range of motion exercises
o Positioning: recumbent, Lateral
(rt/lt), Fowlers, Sims,
Lithotomy, Prone,
Trendelenburg position
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Areas Time Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(Hrs) methods
o Assist patient in
Moving, liftig,
transferrig, walking
o Restraints

Oxygen administration

Suctioning:
Oropharyngeal,
nasopharngeal

Chest physiotherapy and


postural drainage

Care of Chest drainage

CPR-Basic life support

Intravenous therapy

Blood and blood


component therapy

Blood and blood


component therapy

Collect/assist for
collection of specimens
for investigations Urine,
sputum, faeces, vomitus,
blood and other body
fluids

Perform lab tests:

 Urine: sugar, albumin,


acetoe
 Blood:sugar (with
strip/gluco-meter)
Hot and cold
applications:
l ocal and general Sitz
bath

Communicatig and
assisting with self-care
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Areas Time Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(Hrs) methods
of visually & hearing impaired
patients

Communicating and assisting


with self-care of mentally
challenged/disturbed patients

Recreational and diversionala


therapies

Caring of patient with


alteration in sensorium

Infection control
 Perform following
 Perform infection procedures:
control procedures o Hand washing techniques
o (Simple, hand antisepsis  Observation study-2  Assess
and surgical antisepsis  Department of observation
(scrub) Infection control & study with
o Prepare isolation unit in CSSD checklist
lab/ward  Visists CSSD write  Evaluate all
o Prepare isolation unit in procedures with
observation report 1
lab/ward
o Practice technique of  Collection of checklist
wearing and removing samples for culture
Personal protective  Do clinical posting
equipment (PPE) in infection control
o Practice Standard safety department and
precautios (Universal write report
precautions)
 Practice I lab/ward
Decontamination of equipment
and unit:

 Surgical asepsis:
o Sterilization
o Handling sterilized
equipment
o Calculate strengths of
lotions
o Prepare lotions
 Care of articles
Pre and post operative care:

 Skin preparations for


surgery: Local
 Preparation of Post operative
uni
Areas Time Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment methods
(Hrs)
 Provide care to Pre & post operative
pre and post teaching and counseling 49
operative  Pre and post operative
patients monitoring
 Perform  Care of the wound:
procedures for  Dressings, Suture Care,
care of wounds care of Drainge,
Application of
Bandages, Binders,
Splints & Slings
 Bandagig of various
body parts

 Administer Admnistration of
100 drugs medications
 Administer medications
in different forms and
routes
 Oral, sublingual and
Buccal
 Parenteral:
Intradermal,
subcutaneous,
Instramuscular etc.
 Assist with Intra Venous
medications
 Drug measurements and
dose calculations
 Preparation of lotions
and solutions
 Administers topical
applications
 Insertion of drug into
body cavity:
Suppository and
medicated packing etc.
 Instillation of medicines
and spray into Ear, Eye,
Nose and throat
 Irrigations: Eye, Ear,
Bladder, Vagina and
Rectum
 Inhalations: dry ad
moist
Care of dying patient
 Caring and packing of
dead body

 Provide are to
dying and dead
 Counsel and  Counseling and
support supporting grieving
relatives relatives
 Terminal care of the
unit
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Psychology

Placement: First year Time: Theory 60 Hours

Course Description: This course is designed to assist the students to acquire


knowledge of fundaments of psychology and develop an insight into behavior
of self and others. Further it is aimed at helping them to practice the
principles of mental hygiene for promoting mental health in nursing practice.

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activity methods
1 2  Describe the Introduction:  Lecture  Essay type
history, scope  History and origin of Discussion  Short
and methods of science of psychology answers
psychology  Definitions and scope of
psychology
 Relevance to nursing
 Methods of psychology
II 4  Explain the Biology of behavior  
biology of  Body mind relationship
Human modulation process in
behaviour health and illness
 Genetics and behavior:
Heredity and
environment
 Brain and behavior:
Nervous system,
Neurous and synapse.
 Assocation Cortex, Rt
and Lt Hemispheres
 Psychology of
Sensations
 Muscular and
glandular controls of
behavior
 Nature of behavior of
an
organism/Integrated
responses
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Learning Activity methods
III 20  Describe Cognitive processes  Lecture  Essay type
various
 Attention: Types,
Discussion  Short answers
cognitive
determinants, Duration & degree,
processes and
alterations
their
 Perception: Meaning,
applications
Principles, factors affecting,
Errors.
Psychometric
 Learning: Nature, assessment;
Types, learner and learning,
Factors influencing, laws and
 Practice
theories, process, transfer, study
sessions
habits
 Memory: Meaning,
Types, Nature Factors
influencing, Development
Theories and methods of
memorizing and Forgetting
 Thinking: Types and levels,
stages of development,
Relationships with language
and communication
 Intelligence: Mearning,
classification, uses, theories
 Aptitude: concept, types,
individual differences and
variability
 Psychometric assessments sof
cognitive processes
 Alterations in cognitive
processes
 Applications

IV 8  Describe Motivation and  Lecture  Essay type


motivation, Emotional Processes: Discussion  Short answers
emotions,  Motivation: Meaning, Concepts,  Role plays
stress, attitudes Types, Theories, Motives and  Case Discussion
and their behavior,  Demonstration
influence on Conflicts and frustration,
behaviour conflict resolution
 Emotions & stress
52

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activity methods
o Emotions: Definition, components,  Lecture Discussion  Essay type
Changes in emotifons, theories,  Role plays  Short answers
emotional adjustments, emotions in  Case plays
health and illness  Case Discussion
o Stress: stressors, cycle, effect,  Demonstration
adaptation & coping
 Attitude: Meaning, nature,
development, factors affecting,
o Behaviour and attitudes
o Attitudinal change
 Psychometric assessments of emotions
and attitudes
 Alterations in emotions
 Applications
V 7  Explain the o Personality  Lecture Discussion  Essay type
concepts of  Definitions, topography, types,  Demonstration  Short answers
personality and theories
its influence on  Psychometric assessments of
behaviour personality
 Alterations in personality
 Applications
VI 7  Describe Developmental psychology  Lecture Di scission  Essay type
psychology of  Pschology of people at different ages  Case Discussion  Short answers
people during from infancy to old age
the life cycle  Pschology of vulnerable individuals-
challenged, women, sick, etc
 Psychology of groups

VII 8  Describe the Mental hygiene and mental Health  Lecturer Discussion  Essay type
characteristics  Concepts of mental hygiene and mental  Case Discussion  Short answers
of health  Role Play
 Mentally  Characteristics of  Demonstration
healthy person
 Explain ego
defence
mechanims
Mentally healthy person
 Warning signs of poor mental health
 Promotive and Preventive mental health-
strategies and services
 Ego Defence mechanisms and implications
 Personal and social adjustments
 Guidance and counseling
 Role of nurse
VIII 4  Explain the Psychological assessment & tests  Lecture Discussion  Assessment pf
psychological  Types, development, characteristics,  Demonstration practice
assessments Principles, Uses, Interpretations and Role  Practice sessions
and role of of nurse in psychological assessment
nurse
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Microbiology

Time: Theory-60 Hours (Theory 45+15 lab)

Course Description: This course is designed to enable students to acquire


understanding of fundamentals of Microbiology and identification of various
micro-organisms. It also provides opportunities for practicing infection
control measures in hospital and community settings.

Unit Time Hrs Learning Content Teaching Assessment


Objectives Learning methods
Th. Pr Activities
.
I 5  Explain concepts Introduction:  Lecture
and principles of  Importance and relevance to Discussion
microbiology and nursing
their importance  Historical perspective
in nursing  Concepts and terminology
Principles of microbiology
II 10 5  Describe General characteristics of Microbes
structure,  Structure and classification of
classification Microbes
morphology and  Morphological types
growth of  Size ad form of bacteria
bacteria  Motility
 Identify Micro-  Colonization
organisms  Growth and nutrion and
microbes
o Temperature
o Moisture
o Blood and body fluids
 Laboratory methods for
identification of Microorganisms
 Stainining techniques, Gram
staining, Acid fast straining,
Hanging drop preparation
 Culture; various medias

III 10 2  Describe the Infection control  Lecture  Short


methods of  Infection: Sources, portals of Discussion answers
infection control entry and exit, transmission  Demonstration  Objective
 Identify the role  Asepsis  Visits of CSSD type
of nurse in  Disinfection; Types and  Clinical practice
hospital methods
infection  Sterilization; Types and
Methods
Unit Time Hrs Learning Content Teaching Assessment
Th. Pr. Objectives Learning methods
Activities
Control  Chemotherapy and antibiotics 54
programme  Standard safety measures
 Biomedical waste management
 Role of Nurse
 Hospital acquired infection
 Hospital infection control
programme

IV 12 4  Describe the  Pathogenic organisms  


different disease  Micro-organisms
producing o Cocci-gram positive and gram
organisms negative
o Bacilli-gram positive and gram
negative
o Spirochaete
o Mycoplasma
o Rickettsiae
o Chlamydiae
 Viruses
 Fungi-Superficial and Deep
mycoses
 Parasites
 Rodents & Vectors
Characteristics, Source, portal of
entry, transmission of infection
Identification of disease
producing micro-organisms
collection, handling and
transpsortation of various
specimens
V 8 4 Explain the Immunity  Lecture  Short
concept of  Immunity-Types, Classification Discussion answers
immunity, hyper  Antigen and antibody reaction  Demonstration  Objective
sensitivity and  Hypersensitivity-skin test  Clinical practice type
immunization  Serological tests
 Imunoprophylaxis
o Vaccines & sera -  
Types and classification,
storage and handling, cold
chain
o Immunization for various
diseases
o Immunization schedule
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Introduction to Computers

Placement: First year Time: theory – 45 Hours

Course Description: This course is designed for students to develop basic


understanding of uses of computer and its applications in nursing.

Unit Time Hrs Learning Objectives Content Teaching Assessment


Th. Pr. Learning methods
Activities
1 3  Identify & define Introduction:  Lecture  Short answers
various concepts used  Concepts of Computers Discussion  Objective type
in computer  Hardware and software;  Demonstration
 Identify application of Trends and technology
computer in nursing Application of computers
in nursing
II 6 20  Descrbe and use the  Introduction to disk-  Lecture  Short answers
disk operating system operatng system Discussion  Objective type
 Demonstrate skill in the o DOS  Demonstration  Practical
use of MS office o Windows (all version)  Practice session Exam
 Introduction
o MS-word
o MS-Excel with pictorial
presentation
o MS-Access
o MS-Power point
III 2 3  Demonstrate skill in  Multimedia; types & uses
 Lecture  Short answers
nursing multi-media  Computer aided teaching
Discussion  Objective type
 Identify features of & testing  Demonstration  Practical
computer aided teaching Exam
and testing
IV 1 3  Demonstrate use of  Use of Internet and e-  Lecture  Short answers
internet and Email mail Discussion  Objective type
 Demonstration  Practical
 Practice session Exam and
Viva Voce

V 2 2  Describe and use the  Statistical packages:  Lecture  Short answers


statistical packages types and their features Discussion  Objective type
 Demonstration  Practical
 Practice Exam and
Session Viva Voce
VI 1 2  Describe the use of  Hospital Management  Lecturer  Short answers
Hospital Management System: Types and uses Discussion  Objective type
System  Demonstration Practical
Exam and
Viva Voce
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Sociology

Placement: Second Year Time: Theory 60 Houses

Course Description: This course is designed to introduce the concepts of


sociology related to community and social institutions in India and its
relationship with health, illness and nursing.

Unit Time Learning Objectives Content Teaching Learning Assessment


Hrs Activities methods
I 1  State the Introduction  Lecture Discussion  Essay type
importance of  Definition of sociology  Short answers
sociology in  Nature and scope of the
Nursing discipline
 Importance and
application of Sociology
in Nursing
II 3  Describe the Individual & society  Lecture Discussion  Essay type
inter-relationship  Society and community  Short answers
of individual in  Mature of society
society and  Difference between
community society and community
 Process of socialization
and invidualization
 Personal disorganization
III 3  Describe the Culture  Lecture Discussion  Essay type
influence of  Nature of culture  Panel Discussion  Short answers
culture and on  Evolution of culture
health and  Diversity and
disease uniformity of culture
 Culture and
socialization
 Transcultural society
 Influence on health and
disease

IV 4  Identify various Social groups and  


social groups and Processes
their interactions
 The meaning and
classification of group
 In-group v/s Out-
group, class Tribe,
Caste
 Ecnomic, Political,
Regligious
57

Unit Time Learning Objectives Content Teaching Learning Assessment


Hrs Activities methods
V 6  Explain the Pupulation  Lecture Discussion  Essay type
 Community  Short answers
growth of population
 Society and population
in India and its impact Identification  Asessment of
on health  Population distribution report on
India Demographic community
characteristics identification
 Malthusian theory of
populations
 Population explosion in
India and its impact on
health status
 Family welfare
programmes
VI 5  Describe the Family and Marriage  Lecture Discussion  Essay type
institutions of family  Family-Functions  Family case study  Short answers
in India  Types-Joint, Nuclear,  Assessment of
Blended and extended family case
family: study
Characteristics
 The modern Family-
Changes, Problems-
Dowry etc., Welfare
Services
 Changes & legislations on
family and marriage in
India-marriage acts
 Marriage: Forms and
functions of marriage,
 Marriage and family
problems in India
 Family, marriage and
their influence on health
and health practices
58

Unit Time Learning Objectives Content Teaching Learning Assessment


Hrs Activities methods
VII 7  Describe the class Social Stratification  Lecture  Essay type
and caste system  Meaning and types of Discussion  Short answers
and their social stratification  Community  Assessment of
influence on  The Indian Caste survey report on
health and health System-origin & community
practices features survey
 Features sof Caste in
India Today
 Social Class system
and status
 Social Mobility-
Meaning & Types
 Race as a biological
concept, criteria of
racial classification
 Salient features of
Primary recesRacism
 Influence of Class,
Caste and Race on
health and health
practices
VIII 6  Describe the types Types of  Lecture  Essay type
of communities in
communities in Discussion  Short answers
India, their  Visits to rural  Assessment of
practices and the India (Rural, urban and urban report on
impact on health and Regional) community community
 Features of village  Community survey
community & survey
59

Unit Time Learning Objectives Content Teaching Assessment


Hrs Learning methods
Activities
Characteristics of Indian  Visits to  Assessment of
villages-panchayat rural and report on
system, social dynamics urban community
 Community community survey
Development project &  Community
planning survey
 Changes in Indian
Rural Life
 Avalability of health
facilities in rural and its
impact on health and
health practices
 Urban-community6-
features
 The growth of cities:
Urbanisation and its
impact on health and
health practices
 Major urban problems-
Urban slums
 Region: Problems and
impact on Health
IX 4  Explain the  Social change  Lecture  Essay type
process of social  Nature and process of Discussion  Short answers
change social change: cultural
change, cultural lag
 Introduction to theories
of social change:
Linear, Cyclical,
Marxian, Functional
Role of nurse-change
agents
60

Unit Time Learning Objectives Content Teaching Assessment


Hrs Learning methods
Activities
X 4  Describe the Social organization and  Lecture  Essay type
social system and social system Discussion  Short
inter-relationship  Social answers
of social organization: elements,
organizations types
 Democratic and
authoritarian modes of  Observation  Assessment of
participation, visits visit reports
 Voluntary associatios 
 Social system:
Definition and Types of
social system
 Role and status as
structural elements of
social system
 Inter-relationship of
institutions

XI 2  Explain the Social control  Lecture  Essay type


nature and  Nature and process of Discussion  Short
process of social social control answers
control  Political, Legal,
Religious, Educational, Community  Assessment
Economic, Industrial survey
and Technological
systems, Norms &
Values-Folkways and
Mores Customs, Laws
and fashion
Role of nurse

XII 15  Describe the role Social problems  


of the nurse in  Social disorganization
dealing with  Control & planning:
social problems I poverty, housing,
India illiteracy, food supplies,
prostitution, rights of
women
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Unit Time Learning Objectives Content Teaching Assessment


Hrs Learning methods
Activities
XII 15  Describe the role Social problems  Lecture  Essay type
of the nurse in  Social disorganization Discussion  Short answers
dealing with social  C,ontrol & planning:  Institutional  Assessment of
problems in India poverty, housing, visits visit report
illiteracy, food supplies,
prostitution, rights of
women and children,
vulnerable groups:
Elderly, handicapped,
minority groups and
other marginalized
groups, child labour,
child abuse,
delinquency and crime,
substance abuse,
HIV/AIDS
 Social Welfare
programmes in India
Role of nurse
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Pharmacology
Placement: Second year Time: Theory – 45 Hours
Max: M-38
Course Description: This course is designed to enable students to acquire
understanding of pharmaco-dynamics, pharmacokinetics, principles of
therapeutics and nursing implications.
Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment
(Hrs) Objectives learning Methods
Activities
1 3  Describe Introduction to pharmacology  Lecture  Short answers
pharmacodynami  Definitions Discussion
cs,  Sources
 Objective
type
pharmacokinetics  Terminology used
, classification  Types: classification
and the  Pharmacodynamics: Actions,
principles of drug therapeutic,
administration  Adverse, toxic
 Pharmacokinetics: Absosrption,
distribution, metabolism,
interaction, excretion
 Review: Routes and principles of
administration of drugs
 Indian pharmacopoeia: Legal issues
 Rational use of drugs
 Principles of therapeutics
II 6  Explain Chemotherapy  Lecture  Short answers
chemotherapy of  Pharmacology of commonly used; Discussion  Objective
specific infections o Pencillin  Drug type
and infestations o Cephalosporins study/present
and nurse’s o Aminoglycosides ation
responsibilities o Macrolide & Broad spectrum
Antibiotics
o Sulfonamides
o Quinolones
o Antiamoebic
o Antimalarials
o Anthelmintics
o Antiscabies agents
o Antiviral & anti-fungal agents
o Antitubercular drugs
o Anti leprosy drugs
o Anticancer drugs
o Immuno-suppressants
o Composition, action, dosage, route,
indications, contraindication, drug
interactions, side effects, adverse
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effects, toxicity and role of nurse

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
III 2  Describe Pharmacology of commo9nly used  Lecture Discussion  Short answers
Antiseptics, antiseptics, disinfectants and  Drug study/  Objective type
disisnfectants, insecticides presentation
insecticides and  Antiseptics;
nurse’s Compsotion, action, dosage, route,
responsibilities indications, contraindicatios, drug
interactions, side effects, adverse
effects, toxicity and role of nurse
 Disisnfectants
 Insecticides

IV 2  Describe Drugs Drugs acting on G.I. system  Lecture Discussion  Short answers
acting on  Pharmacology of commonly used  Drug  Objective type
Gastrointestinal o Antiemetics, study/presentation
system and o Emetics
nurse’s o Purgatives
responsibilities o Antaids
o Cholinergic
o Anticholinergics
o Fluid and electrolyte therapy
o Anti diarrhoeals
o Histamines
Composition, action, dosage, route
indications, contraindications, drug
interactions, side effects, adverse
effects, toxicity and role of nu7rse
V 2  Describe Drugs Drugs used on respiratory systems  
used on  Pharmacology of commonly used
Respiratory o Antiasthmatics
systems and o Mucolytics
nurse’s o Decogestants
responsibilities o Expectorants
o Antitussives
o Bronchodilators
o Broncho constrictors
o Antihistamines
Composition, action, dosage, route,
indications, contraindications, drug
interactions, side effects, adverse
effects,
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
VI 2  Describe Drugs Drugs used on Urinary system  Lecture Discussion  Short
used on Urinary  Pharmacology of commonly used  Drug answers
System and o Diuretics and study/presentation  Objective
nurse’s antidiuretics type
responsibilities o Urinary antiseptics
o Cholinergic and anticholinergics
o Acdifiers and alkalanizers
Composition, action, dosage, route,
indicatikons, contraindications, drug
interactions, side effects, adverse
effects, toxicity and role of nurse

VII 4  Descrmibe Drugs Miscellaneous  Lecture Discussion  Short


used in Dead  Drugs used in de-addiction  Drug answers
diction,  Drugs used in CPR and emergency study/presentation  Objective
emergency,  Vitamins and minerals type
deficiency of  Immunosuppresants
vitamins &  Antidotes
minerals,  Ativenom
poisoning, for  Vaccines and sera
immunization
and
immunosuppressi
on and nurse’s
responsibilities
VIII I  Describe Drugs Drugs used on skin and mucous  Lecture Discussion  Short
used on skin and membranes  Drug answers
mucous  Topical applications for skin, eye, study/presetation  Objective
membranes and ear, nose and buccal cavity type
nurse’s Antipruritics
responsibilities  Composition, action, dosage, route,
indications, ckontraindications,
drug interactikons, side effects,
adverse effects, toxicity and role of
nurse
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Unit Time Learning Objectives Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) learning Methods
Activities
IX 8  Describe Drugs used Drugs acting on Nervous  Lecture  Short answers
on Nervous System system Discussion  Objective type
and nurse’s  Basic and applied  Drug study/
responsibilities pharmacology of presentation
commonly used:
 Analgesics and
Anaesthetics
o –Non steroidal anti-
inflammatory (NSAID)
drugs
o Antipyretics
o Hypnotics and Sedatives
-Opioids
-Non-opioids
-Tranquilizers
-General & local anesthetics
-Gases: oxy6gen, nistrous
oxide, carbon, dioxide
 Cholinergic and anti-
cholinergic and anti-
cholinergics:
o Muscle relaxants
o Major tranquilizers
o Antipsychotics
o Anti-depressants
o Anticonvulsants
o Adrenergics
o Noradregenics
o Mood stabilizers
o Acetylcholine
o Stimulants
Composition, action,
dosage, route, indications,
contraindications, drug
interactions, side effects,
adverse effects, toxicity and
role of nurse
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
X 5  Describe Drugs Cardiovascular drugs  Lecture  Short
used on  Haematinics Discussion answers
Cardiovascular  Cardiostonics,  Drug study/  Objective
System and  Antianginals presentation type
nurse’s
 Antihypertensives & Vasodil,ators
responsibilities
 Antiarrhthmics
 Plasma expanders
 Coagulants & anticoagulants
 Antiplateletcs and thrombolytics
 Hypolipidemics
 Composition, action, dosage, route,
indications, cokntraindications,
drug interactions, side effects,
adverse effects, toxicity and role of
nurse
XI 4  Describe drugs Drugs used for hormonal disorders  Lecture  Short
used for and supplementation, contraception Discussion answers
hormonal and medical termination of  Drug study/  Objective
disorders and pregnancy presentation type
supplementatio  Insulins & Oral hypoglycemic
n,  Thyroid supplements and
contraception suppressants
and medical  Steroids, Anabolics
termination of  Uterine stimulants and relaxants
pregnancy and  Oral contraceptives
nurse’s  Other estrogen-progestone
responsibilities preparations
 Orticotraophine and
Gonadotropines
 Adrenaline
 Prostaglandins
 Calcitoinins
 Calcium salts

Composition, action, dosage, route,


indications, contraindications, drug
interactions, side effects, adverse
effects, toxicity and role of nurse
XII 6  Demonstrate Introduction to Drugs used in  Lecture  Short answers
awareness of alternative systems of medicine: Discussion  Objective
the common  Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Unani and  Observational type
drugs used in Siddha etc Visits
alternative
system of
medicine
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Pathology and Genetic

Section A – Pathology
Placement: Second Year Time: Theory – 30 hours
Max.M-25

Course Description: This course is designed to enable students to acquire


knowledge of pathology of various disease conditions and apply this
knowledge in practice of nursing.

Unit Time Objectives Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Activities methods
Th. Pr.
1 3  Define the  Introduction  Lecture Discussion  Short answers
common o Importance of the study of  Explain using  Objective type
terms used pathology charts
in o Definition of terms
pathology o Methods and techniques
 Appreciat o Cellular and Tissue
e the changes
deviations o Infiltration and
from regeneration
normal to o Inflammations and
abnormal Infections
structure o Wound healing
and o Vascular changes
functions  Cellular growth,
of the body Neoplasms
system o Normal and Cancer cell
o Benign and Malignant
Growths
o In situ carcinoma
o Disturbances of fluid and
electrolyte imbalance
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Unit Time Objectives Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Activities methods
Th. Pr.
II 10 5  Explain Special pathology  Lecture  Short
patyho0lo  Pathological changes in disease Discussion answers
gical conditions of various systems:  Explain using  Objective
changes  Respiratory tract charts,s slides, type
in disease o Tuberculosis, Bronchitis, specimen, x-rays
conditions Pleural effusion and pneumonia and scans
of various o Lung abscess, emphysema,  Visit to
systems bronchiectasis pathology lab,
o Bronchial asthma, Chronic endoscopy unit
obstructive pulmonary disease and OT.
& tumours
  Cardio-vascular system  
o Pericardial effusion
o Rheumatic heart disease
o Infective endocarditis,
atherosclerosis
o Ischemia, infarction &
aneurysm
 Gastro Intestinal Tract
o Peptic ulcer,
Typhoid
o Carcinoma of GI tractbuccal,
Esophageal,
o Gastric & intestinal
 Liver, Gall bladder & pancreas
o Hepatitis, Chronic liver abscess,
cirrhosis
o Tumours of liver, gall bladder
and pancreas,
o Cholecystitis
 Kidneys and urinary tract
o Glomerulonephritis,
pylonephritis
o Calculi, renal failure, renal
carcinoma & cystitis
 Male genital systems
o Cryptorchidism, testicular
atrophy
o Prostatic hyperplasia,
carcinoma Penis & prostate
 Female genital system
o Fibroids
o Carcinoma cervix and
Endometrium
o Vasicular mole,
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choriocardinoma

Unit Time Objectives Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Activities methods
Th. Pr.
o Ectopic gestation
o Ovarian cyst & tumours
 Cancer Breast
 Central Nervous system
o Hydrocephalus Meningitis,
encephalitis,
o Vascular disorders –
thrombosis, embolism
o Stroke, paraplegia,
quadriplegia
o Tumours, meningiomas-
gliomas
 Metastatic tumour
 Skeletal system
o Bone healing, osteoporosis,
osteomyelitis
o Arthritis & tumours
III 4 3  Describe Clinical pathology  Lecture  Short answers
various  Various blood and bone Discussion  Objective type
laborator marrow tests in assessment  Demonstration
y tests n and monitoring of disease  Visit to Clinical
assessmen conditions Pathology 7
t and o Hemoglobin Biochemistry lab
monitorin o RBC, white cell and platelet and blood bank
g of counts
disease o Bleeding time, cloktting time
condition and prothrombine time
s o Blood grouping and cross
matching
o Blood chemistry
o Blood culture
o Serological and immunological
tests
o Other blood tests
o Examination of bone marrow
o Methods of collection of blood
specimen for various clinical
pathology, biochemistry,
microbiology tests, inference
and normal values
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Unit Time Objectives Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Activities methods
Th. Pr.
 Describe the Examination of body cavity  Lecture  Short
laboratory fluids, transudates and Discussion answers
tests for exudates  Demonstration  Objective
examination of  The laboratories tests used in type
body cavity CSF analysis
fluids,
transudates  Examination of other body
and exudates cavity fluids, transdudates and
exudates – sputum, would
discharge etc.
 Analysis of semen-sperm
count, motility and
morphology and their
importance in infertility
 Methods of collection of CSF
and other cavity fluids
specimen for various clinical
pathology, biochemistry,
microbiology tests, inference
and normal values
V 1 1  Describe the Urine and faeces  Lecture Discussion  Short
laboratory  Urine  Demonstration answers
tests for o Physical characteristics  Objective
examination of o Analysis type
urine and o Culture and sensitivity
faeces  Faeces
o Characteristics
o Stool examination: occult blood,
ova, parasite and cyst, reducing
substance etc.
Methods of collection for various
tests, inference and Urine and faeces
 Urine
o Physical characteristics
o Analysis
o Culture and sensitivity
 Faeces
o Cyharacteristics
o Stool examinatikon: Occult blood,
ova, parasite and cyst, reducing
substance etc.
o Methods of collection for various
tests, inference and normal
values
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Section – B Genetics

Placement: Second Time: Theory – 15 hours

Course Description: This course is designed to enable students to acquire


understanding of Genetics, its role in causation and management of defects
and diseases.

Unit Time Objectives Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Learning methods
Activities
1 3  Explain Introduction:  Lecture  Short
nature,  Practical application of genetics in Discussion answers
principles Nursing  Explain  Objective
and  Impact of genetic cokndition on using charts, type
perspectives families slides
of heredity  Review of cellular division mitosis and
meiosis
 Characteristics and structure of genes
 Chromosomes – sex determination
 Chromosomal aberrations patterns of
inheritance
o Mendalian theory of inheritance
o Multiple allots and blood groups
o Sex Linked inheritance
o Mechanism of inheritance
o Errors in transmission (Mutation)

II 3  Explain Maternal, prenatal and genetic  Lecture  Short


maternal, influences on development of defects Discussion answers
prenatal and and diseases  Explain  Objective
genetic  Conditions affecting the mother: using charts, type
influences on genetic and infections slides
development  Consanguinity atopy
of defects ad  Prenatal nutrition and food allergies
diseases  Maternal Age
 Maternal drug therapy
 Prenatal testing and diagnosis
 Effect of Radiation, drugs and
chemicals
 Infertility
 Spontaneous abortion
 Neural Tube Defects and the role of
folic acid in lowering the risk
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 Down syndrome (Trisomy 21)

Unit Time Objectives Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Learning methods
Activities
III 2  Explain the Genetic testing in the neonates  Lecture  Short
screening and children Discussion answers
methods for  Screening for  Explain  Objective
genetc defects o Cogenital abnormalities using type
ad diseases in o Developmental delay charts,
neonates and o Dysmorphism slides
children
IV 2  Identify Genetic conditions of  Lecture  Short
genetic adolescents and adults Discussion answers
disorders in  Cancer genetics – Familial  Explain  Objective
adolescents Cancer using type
and adults  Inborn errors of metabolism charts,
 Blood group alleles and slides
haematological disorder
 Genetic haemochromatosis
 Huntington‟s disease
 Mental illness
V 5  Describe the Services related to Genetics  Lecture  Short
role of nurse  Genetic testing Discussion answers
in genetic  Human genome project  Objective
services and  Gene therapy type
counselling  The Eugenics movement
 Genetic Counselling
Legal and Ethical issues
Role of nurse
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Medical Surgical Nursing (Adult including Geriatrics) – I

Placement: Second Year Time: Theory – 210 hours


Practical – 720 hours
Course Description: The purpose of this course is to acquire knowledge and develp
proficiency in caring for patients with medical and surgical disorders in varieties of health care
settings and at home.
Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment
(Hrs) Objectives Learning Methods
Activities
I 15  Appreciate Introduction:  Lecture  Short
the trends in  Introduction to medical discussion answers
medical and surgical nursing-Evolution and  Demonstration  Objective
surgical trends of medical and surgical  Practice session Type
nursing  Supervised  Assessment
nursing.
 Review of concepts of Health clinical practice of skills
 Describe the and illness Disease-concepts, with check
role of a causations, classification- list
nurse in International Classification
caring for Diseases (ICD-10 or later
adult patient version), Acute illness Chronic
in hospital illness & Terminal illness,
and stages of illness
community.  Review of concepts of
 Describe the comprehensive nursing care in
medical surgical conditions
concepts of based on nursing process.
medical  Role of Nurse, patient and
surgical family in care of adult patient
asepsis  Role and responsibilities of a
nurse in medical surgical
settings:
o Outpatient department
o In-patient unit
o Intensive care unit
o Home and Community
settings
o Introduction to Medical
surgical asepsis
o Inflammation and Infection
o Immunity
o Wound healing
 Care of surgical patient
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Learning Methods
Activities
II 15  Describe the Common signs and symptoms and  Lecture  Short
common management discussion answers
signs,  Fluid and electrolyte imbalance  Seminar  Objective
symptoms,  Vomiting‟Dyspnea and cough,  Case discussion type
problems and respiratory obstruction
their  Fever
 Specific  Shock
nursing  Unconsciousness, Syncope
interventions  Pain
 Incontinence
 Edema
 Age related problems-geriatric
III 20  Describe the Nursing management of patients  Lecture  Essay type
etiology, (adults including elderly) with discussion  Short
patho- respiratory problems  Explain using answers
physiology,  Review of anatomy and physiology charts, graphs  Objective
clinical of respiratory system,  Models, films, type
manifestations
 Nursisng Assessment-History and slides  Assessment
, diagnostic
Physical assessment  Demonstrations of skills with
measures and  Practice session check list
management  Etiology, pathophysiology, clinical  Case  Assessment
of patients manifestations, diagnosis, treatment of patient
discussions/Semi
(adults modalities and medical, surgical, management
nar
including dietetics & nursing management of
 Health education] problem
elderly) with adults including Elderly with-
o Upper Respiratory tract infections  Supervised
disorders of clinical practice
respiratory o Bronchitis
o Asthma  Drug book/
systems
o Emphysema presentation
o Empyema
o Atelectasis
o Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary
Diseases (COPD)
o Bronchiectasis
o Pneumonia
o Pulmonary tuberculosis
o Lung abscess
o Pleural effusion
o Cysts and Tumours
o Chest injuries
o Respiratory arrest and insufficiency
o Pulmonary embolism
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Special therapies, alternative therapies


Nursing procedures
Drugs used in treatment of respsiratory
disorders

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Learning Methods
Activities
IV 30  Describe the Nursing management of patient  Lecture  Essay type
etiology, (adults including elderly) with discussion  Short
pathophysiolo disorders of digestive system  Explain using answers
gy, clinical  Review of anatomy and physiology of charts,s graphs  Objective
manifestations digestive system  Models, films, type
, diagnostic  Nursing Assessment-History and slides  Assessment
measuresx and Physical assessment  Demonstration of skills with
management  Etiology, pathophysiology, clinical  Practice session check list
of patients manifestations, diagnosis, treatment  Case  Assessment
(adults modalaities and medical, surgical, discussions/Semi of patient
including dietetics & nursing management nar management
elderly) with  Disorders of  Health education problem
disorders of o Oral cavity-lips, gums, tongue,  Supervised
digestive salivary glands and teeth clinical practice
systems o Oesophagus – inflammation,  Drug book/
stricture, obstruction, bleeding and presentation
tumours
o Stomach and deudenumhiatus
hernia, gastritis, peptic and
deudenal ulcer, bleeding, tumours,
pyloric stenosis
o Small intestinal disorders-
inflammatikon and infection,
enteritis, malabsorption,
obstruction, tumour and perforation
o Large intestinal disorders-Colitis,
inflammation and infection,
obstruction and tumour and lump
o Hernias
o Appendix-inflammation, mass
abscess, rupture
o Anal 7 Rectum;
o Hemorrhoides, fissures, Fistulas
o Peritionitics/acute abdomen
o Pancreas; inflammation, cyst,
abscess and tumours
o Liver; inflammation, cyst, abscess,
cirrhosis, portal hypertension,
hepatic failure, tumours
o Gall bladder, inflammation,
obstruction, stones and tumours
o Special therapies, alternative
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therapies
Nursing Procedures
Drugs used in treatment of disorders of
digestive system.

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
V 30  Describe the Nursing management of patient (adults  Lecture discussion  Essay
etiology, including elderly) with blood and  Explain using type
pathophysiology, cardiovascular problems Charts, graphs  Short
clinical  Review of anatomy and physiology of  Models, films, slides answers
manifestations, blood and cardiovascular systems,  Demonstration  Objective
diagnostic  Nursing Assessment-History and  Practice session type
measures and Physical assessment  Case discussions  Assessme
management of  Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical /Seminar nt of skills
patients (adults manifestations, diagnosis, treatment  Health education with
including modalities and medical, surgical,  Superivsed clinical check list
elderly) with dietetics & nursing management of practice  Assessme
blood and  Vascular system  Drug book nt of
cardiovascular o Hypertension, Hypotension patient
/presentation
problems o Artheriosclerosis managem
 Vjisit to blood bank
 Describes the o Raynaud‟s disease ent
 Participation in
vascular o Anerism and perpherial vascular problem
bl,ood donation
conditions and its disorders camps
nursing Heart
 Counseling
management  Coronary artery
diseases
o Ischemic Heart Disease
o Coronary atherosclerosis
o Angina pectoris
o Myocardial infarction
 Valvular disorders of the heart
o Congential and acquired
o Rheumatic Heart diseases
 Endocarditis, Pericarditis Myocarditis
 Cardio Myopathies
 Cardiac dysrythmias, Heart Block
 Congestive cardiac failure
o Cor-pulmnale, pulmonary edema,
cardiogenic shock, cardiac tamponade
 Cardiac emergencies and arrest
 Cardio Pulmonary
Resuscitation(CPR)
 Bl ood
o Anaemias
o Polycythemia
o Bleeding disorders; clotting factor
defects and platelets defects
o Thalassemia
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o Leukaemias
o Leukopenias and agranulocytosis
o Lymphomas
 Myelomas

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessmen


(Hrs) Objectives Activities t Methods
 Special therapies
o Blood transfusion, safety checks, procedure
and requirements, amanagement of adverse
transfusion reaction, records for blood
transfusion.
o Management and counseling of blood
donors, phlebotomy procedure, and post
donation management. Blood bank
functioning and hospital transfusion
committee, Biosafety and waste
management in relation to blood transfusion
o Role of a nurse in Organ donation, retrieval
and banking
Alternative therapies
Nursing procedures
Drugs used in treatment of blood and
cardiovascular disorders
VI 10  Describe the Nursing management of patient (adults
etiology, including elderly) with genitor-urinary
pathophysiolo problems
gy, clinical  Review of anatomy and physiology of
manifestations genitor-urinary system
, diagnostic  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical
measures and assessment
management  Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical
of patients manifestatiokns, diagnosis, treatment
(adults modalaities and medical, surgical, dietetics
including & nursing management of:
elderly) with  Nephritis
disorders of  Nephrotic syndrome
genitor-  Nephrosis
urinary  Renal calculus
system  Tumours
 Acute renal failure
 Chronic renal failure End stage renal disease
 Dialysis, renal transplant
 Congenjital disorders, urinary infections
 Benign prostate hypertrophy.
 Disorders of ureter,
urinary bladder and uretherainflammation,
infection, stricture, obstruction, tumour,
Prostrate
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Special therapies, alternative therapies


Nursing procedures
Drugs used in treatment of genitor urinary
disorder
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
VII 5  Describe the Nursing management of disorders of male  Lecture discussion Essay type
etiology, (adults including elderly) reproductive system  Explain using Short answers
pathophysolo  Review of anatomy and physiology of male
gy clinical reproductive system
manifestation  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical
s, diagnostic assessment
measures and  Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical
management manifestations, diagnosis, treatment modalities
of patients and medical, surgical, dietetics and nursing
(adults management of disorders of male reproductive
including system
elderly) with  Congenital malformations; cryptorchidism
disorders of  Hypospadiasis, Epispadiasis
male  Infectikons
reproductive  Testis and adjacent structures
system  Penis
 Propstate: inflammation, infection, hypertrophy,
tumour
 Sexual Dynsfunction
 Infertility
 Contraception
 Breast, gynaecomastia, tumour
 Climacteric changes
Special therapies, Alternative therapies
Nursing procedures
Drugs used in treatment of disorders of male
reproductive system
VIII 10  Describe the Nursing management of patient (adults  Lecture discussion  Essay type
etiology, including elderly) with disorders of  Explain using  Short answers
pathophysiol endocrine system charts, graphs  Objective
ogy, clinical  Review of anatomy and physiology of  Models, films, type
manifestatio endocrine system slides  Assessment
ns,  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical  Demonstration of skills with
diagnositic assessment  Practice session check list
measures and  Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical  Case  Assessment
management manifestations, diagnosis, treatment discussions/seminar of patient
of patients modalaities and medical, surgical, dietetics &  Health education management
(adults nursing management of  Supervised clinical problem
including o Disorders sof Thyroid and Parathyroid practice
elderly) with o Diabetes mellitus  Drug
disorders of o Diabetes inspidus book/presentation
endocrine o Adrenal tumour
system o Pituitary disorders, special therapies,
alternative therapies
Nursing procedures
Drugs used in treatment of disorders of endocrine
system
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessmen


(Hrs) Objectives Activities t Methods
VIII 10  Describe the Nursing management of patient (adults  Lecture discussion  Essay type
etiology, including elderly) with disorders of  Explain using  Short
pathophysiolo endocrine system charts, graphs answers
gy, clinical  Review of anatomy and physiology of  Models, films,  Objective
manifestation endocrine system slides type
s, diagnositic  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical  Demonstration  Assessme
measures and assessment  Practice session nt of skills
management  Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical  Case with check
of patients manifestations, diagnosis, treatment discussions/seminar list
(adults modalaities and medical, surgical, dietetics  Health education  Assessme
including & nursing management of  Supervised clinical nt of
elderly) with o Disorders sof Thyroid and Parathyroid practice patient
disorders of o Diabetes mellitus  Drug manageme
endocrine o Diabetes inspidus nt problem
book/presentation
system o Adrenal tumour
o Pituitary disorders, special therapies,
alternative therapies
Nursing procedures Drugs used in treatment
of disorders sof endocrine system
IX 10  Describe the Nursing management of patient (adults  Lecturer discussion  Essay type
etiology, including elderly) with disorders of  Explain using  Short
pathophysiolo integumentary system charts, graphs answers
gy, clinical  Review of anatomy and physiology of  Models, films,  Objective
manifestation skin and its appendages slides type
s, diagnostic  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical  Demonstration  Assessme
measures and assessment  Practice session nt of k ills
management  Etiology, pathophysiology, clinical  Case with check
of patients manifestations, diagnosis, treatment discussions/seminar list
(adults modalities and medical, surgical, dietetics  Health education  Assessme
including and nursing management of disorders of  Supervised clinical nt of
elderly) with skin and its appendages practice patient
disorders of o Lesions and abrasions  Drug manageme
skin o Infection and infestations book/presentation nt
o Dermititis problem.
o Dermatoses; infectious and Non infectious
o “inflammatory dermatoses”
o Acne Vulgaris
o Allergies and Eczema
o Psoriasis
o Malignant melanoma
o Alopecia
Special therapies, alternative therapies
Nursing procedures
Drugs used in treatment of disorders of
integumentary system
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
X 15  Describe the Nursing management of patient (adults
etiology, including elderly) with musculoskeletal
pathophysiolog problems
y, clinical  Review of anatomy and physiology of
manifestations, musculoskeletal system,
diagnostic  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical
measures and assessment
management of  Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical
patients (adults manifestations, diagnosis, treatment
including modalities and medical, surgical, dietetics
elderly) with & nursing management of
disorders of  Disorders of:
musculo- o Muscles, Ligaments and Joints-
skeletal system inflammation, infection, trauma
o Bones-inflammation, infection,
dislocation, fracture, tumour and trauma
o Osteomalacia and osteoporosis
o Arthritis
o Congenital deformities
o Spinal column-defects and deformities,
tumor, prolapsed intervertebral disc,
pott‟s spsine
 Paget‟s disease
 Amputation
 Prosthesis
 Transplant & replacement surgeries
 Rehabilitation
 Special therapies, alternative therapies
Nursing procedures
Drugs used in treatment of disorders of
Musculoskeletal system
XI 10  Describe the Nursing management of patient (adults  Lecturer discussion  Essay type
etiology, including elderly) with Immunological  Explain using charts,  Short
pathophysiolog problems graphs answers
y, clinical  Review of Immune system,  Models, films, slides  Objective
manifestations,  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical  Demonstration type
diagnostic assessment  Practice session  Assessment
measures and  Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical  Case Of skills with
management of manifestations, diagnosis, treatment discussions/Seminar check list
patients (adults modalities and medical, surgical, dietetics  Health education  Assessment
including & nursing management of  Supervised clinical of patient
elderly) with  Immunodeficiency disorder practice management
disorders of  Primary Immuno deficiency  Drug book problem
Immunological  Phagocytic dysfunction
/presentation
system  B-cell and T-cell deficiencies
 Secondary immunodeficiencies
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessmen


(Hrs) Objectives Activities t Methods
 Acquired immunodeficiency sysndrom (AIDS)  Orientation visit to
 Incidence of HIV 7 AIDS Hospital control
 Epidemiology system
 Transmission-Prevention of Transmission
 Standard Safety precautions
 Role of Nurse; Counseling
 Health education and home care consideration
 National AIDS Control Program-NACO, various
national and international
Agencies
 Infection control program
 Rehabilitation
 Special therapies, alternative therapies
Nursing procedures
Drugs used in treatment of disorders of
immunological system
XII 20  Describe the Nursing management of patient (adults including  Lecturer discussion  Essay type
etiology, elderly) with communicable diseases  Explain using  Short
pathophy6siol o Tuberculosis charts, graphs answers
ogy, clinical o Diarrhoeal diseases  Models, films,  Objective
manifestations o Hepatitis A – E slides type
, diagnostic o Herpes  Demonstration  Assessme
measures and o Chickenpox‟smallpox  Practice session nt of skills
management o Typhoid  Case with check
of patients o Meningitis discussions/Semina list
(adults o Gas gangrene r  Assessme
including o Leprosy  Health education nt of
elderly) with o Dengue patient
communicable o Plague manageme
diseases. o Malaria nt problem
o Diptheria
o Pertussis
o Poliomyelitis
o Measles
o Mumps
o Influenza
o Tetanus
o Yellow fever
o Filiariasis
o HIV, AIDS
 Reproductive Tract Infections
 Special Infection control measures: Notification,
Isolation, Quarantine, Immunization, Infectious
Disease Hospitals
Special therapies, alternative therapies
Nursing procedures
Drugs used in treatment of Communicable diseases
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
XIII 25  Describe the Peri operative nursing:  Lecture discussion  Essay type
organisation  Organisation and Physical set up of the  Explain using  Short
and physical Operation theatre (OT): Charts, graphs answers
set up of o Classifications  Models, films, slides  Objective
operation o O.T DESIGN  Demonstration type
theatre o Staffing  Practice session  Assessme
 Identify the o Members of the OT team  Supervised clinical nt of skills
various o Duties and responsibilities of nurse on O.T practice with check
instruments o Principles of Health and operating room attire.  Drug book list
and o Instruments, /presentation
equipments o Sultures and sulture materials
used for used o Equipments
for common o O.T. tables and sets for common surgical
surgical procedures
procedures o Scrubbing procedures
 Describe the o Growning and gloving
infection o Preparation of O.T. sets
control o Monitoring the patient during surgical
measures in procedures
the operation  Maintenance of therapeutic environment in O.T.
theatre  Standard Safety measures
 Describe the o Infection control; fumigation, disinfection
role of the and sterilization
nurse in the o Biomedical waste management
peri operative o Prevention of accidents and hazards in O.T.
nursing care  Anaesthesia
o Types
o Methods of Administration
o Effects and Stages
o Equipments
o Drugs
 Cardio Pulmonary
Resuscitation (CPR)
 Pain management techniques
 Legal Aspects
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Megidical surcal Nursing (Adult including Geriatrics) – I


Practical

Placement: Second year Time: 720 Hours


Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assignm Assessment
in week) ents Methods
General 6  Provide nursing  Assessment of the patient  Plan and  Assess
Medical ward care to adult o Taking history give care performanc
(*Respiratory, patients with o Perform general and specific to 3-4 e with
GI, Endcrine, medial physical examination assigned rating scale
Renal, disorders o Identify alterations and deviations patients  Assess
Hemotology)  Counsel and o Practice medical surgical asepsis-  Nursing each skill
educate patients Standard safety measures care plan- with
and families o Administer medications 2 checklist
o Oral, IV, IM, subscutaneous  Nursing  Evaluation
 IV therapy case of case
o IV canulation study/prs study/pres
o Maintenance and monitoring entation-I entation
 Oxygen therapy by different  Drug  Completio
methods presentati n of
 Nebulization on-I practical
Chest physiotherapy  Maintain record.
 Naso gastric feeding drug
 Assist in common diagnostic book
o Perform/Assist in therapeutic  Maintain
procedures Practical
o Blood and component therapy record
o Throat suctioning book
o Collect specimens for common
investigations
o Maintain elimination
o Catherisation
o Bowel wash
o Enema
o Urinary drainage
o Maintain intake, output and
documentation
 Counsel and teach related to
specific disease conditions
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Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assign Assessment


in week) ments Methods
General 6 o Provide pre and o Practice medical surgical asepsis-  Plan ad give  Assess
surgical post operative standard safety measures care to 3-4 performance
ward (GI, nursing care to o Pre-operative preparation of assigned with rating
urinary, adult patients patients patients scale
CVTS) with surgical o Post operative care-Receiving pt.  Nursing care  Assess each
disorders assessment, monitoring, care plan-2 skill with
o Counsel and o Care of wound and drainage  Nursing case checklist
educate patients o Susture removal study/presen  Evaluation of
and families o Ambulation and exercise tation-I case
o Naso gastric aspiration  Maintain study/prersen
o Care of chest drainage drug book tation
o Ostomy care  Completion
o Gastrostomy of activity
o Colostomy record.
o Eterostomy
o Blood and
component therapy
o Practice universal precautions
Cardiolog 2  Provide nursing  Physical examination of the cardio  Plan and  Assess
y ward care to patients vascular system recording and give care to performance
with cardiac interpreting ECG 2-3 with rating
disorders  Monitoring of patients assisgned scale
 Counsel and  Preparation and assisting in non- patients  Assess each
educate patients invasive and invasive diagnostic  Nursing care skill with
and families procedures plan-I checklist
 Admister cardiac drugs  Nursing case  Evaluation of
 Cardio pulmonary Resuscitation study/presen case
 Teach patients and families tation/He study/present
 Practice medical and surgical alth talk-I ation/he alth
asepsis-standard safety measures  Maintain talk
drug book
Skin &  Identify skin  Assessment of patients with skin  Plan and  Assess
communic problems disorders give care to performance
able  Provide nursing  Assist in diagnostic and therapeutic 2-3 assigned with rating
diseases care to patients procedures patients scale
ward with skin  Administer topical medication  Health  Evaluation
disorders ad  Practice medical surgical asepsis- talk/Counsel health
communicable standard safety measures ing HIV talk/Counseli
diseases  Use of personal protective positive ng session
 Counsel and equipment (PPE) patients and  Completion
educate patients  Give medicated baths families-I of activity
and families  Counseling HIV positive patients  Maintain record
 Teach prevention of infectious drug book
diseases
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Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assign Assessment


in week) ments Methods
Orthopedic 2  Provide nursing  Assessment of orthopaedic patients  Plan and  Assess
ward care to patients  Assist in application of plaster cast give care to performance
with ad removal of cast 2-3 assiged with rating
musculoskeletal  Apply skin traction buck‟s patients scale
disorders extension traction  Nursing care  Evaluation
 Counsel and  Assist in application and removal of plan-I Nursing care
educate patients prosthesis  Nursing case plan and
and families  Physiotherapy-Range of motion study/ Nursing case
exercises (ROM), muscle  Presentation study/presentat
strengthening exercises -I ion
 Crutch maneuvering technique  Maintain  Completion of
 Actiities of daily living drug book activity record
 Ambulation
 Teach and counsel patients and
families
Operation 6  Identify  Scrubbing, growning, gloving  
theatre instruments used  Identify instruments, suturing
in common materials for common operations
operations  Disinfection, carbolization,
 Participate in fumigation
infection control  Preparation of instrument sets for
practices in the common operations
operation theatre  Sterilization of sharps and other
 Set-up the instruments
table/trolleys for  Prepare the OT table depending
common upon the operation
operative  Posioning and monitoring of
procedures patients
 Assist in giving  Endotracheal
anaesthesia
 Assist in the
operative
procedures
 Provide
perioperative
nursing care
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Internship Time: 260 hours (9 weeks)


Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assign Assessment
in week) ments Methods
ICU, CCU, 2  To gain proficiency  Assist in arterial  Arterial  Record
CARDI, AC, OT in ICU nursing puncture for puncture-5 book
 Develop advance blood gas  Taking out  Checking
skill in special analysis ECG with
procedures used in  Perform ECG and stripe-5 supervisor
critical care unit interpret  Tracheal
 Identify potential accordingly. suction-5
problems and provide  Conduct and  For all
accordingly analysis pulse assigned
 Skill in setting and oximetry. patients
handeling ventilator  Care with  Oxygen
 Administer injection artificial airway administra
in infusion pump.  Assist in tion by
 Reord accurately endotracheal CPAP
findings and intubatikon mask and
medications  Setting up use Ambu-
 Develop IPR with ventilator bag
family members.  Giving care in  Assessme
 Acquit with OT ventilator nt for all
technique.  Drug sheet assigned
 Observation of  Patients.
special procedure  Nursing
in OT. care in
ventilator
 Drug sheet

Neuro ICU, ITU, 2  Assess the severity  Nursing care  


OT of burns.
 Administer
rehydration therapy
 Observe
reconstructive surgery
OT Laprsopic 3  Identify instruments   Assist-5  Record
Orthopaedic Eye  Assist in OT set up cases book
ENT  Supervise
sterilization
 Assist in OT table
lay out.
 Observe
immediately after
operation
 Supervise infection
control.
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Community Health Nursing-I


Placement: Second year Time: Theory – 90 hours Practical-135 hours
Course description: This course is designed for students to appreciate the principles of
promotion and maintenance of health.
Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment
(Hrs) Objectives Learning Method
Methods
I 2  Describe Introduction  Lecture  Short
concept  Community health nursing discussion answers
and  Definition, concept and dimensions of health
dimension  Promotion of health
s of health  Maintenance of health
II 20  Describe Determinals of health  Lecture discussion  Essay type
determinant  Eugenics  Explain using  Short
s of health  Environment: charts, graphs, answers
o Physical: Air, light, Ventilatio, Water, Housing, models, films,  Objective
Sanitation; disposal of waste, disposal of dead bodies, slides type
Forerstation, Noise, Climate, Communication:  Visits to water
Infrastructure facilities and Linkages supply, sewage
o Acts regulating the environment: National pollution disposal, milk
control board plants, slaughter
o Bacterial & viral: Agents. Host carriers and immunity house etc.
o Arthopods and Rodents
 Food hygiene: Production, Preservation, Purchase,
Preparation, Consumption
 Acts regulating food hygiene prevention of food
adulteration act, Drugs and cosmetic act
 Socio-cultural
o Customs, taboos
o Marriage system
o Family structure
o Status of special groups; Females, Children, Elderly,
challenged groups and sick persons
o Life style
o Hygiene
o Physical activity
o Recreation and sleep
o Sexual life
o Spiritual life philosophy
o Self reliance
o Dietary pattern
o Education Occupation
o Financial Management
 Financial Management
o Income
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o Budget
o Purchasing power
o Security
Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment
(Hrs) Objectives Learning Method
Methods
III 10  Describe Epidemiology  Lecture discussion  Essay type
concept,  Definition, concept, aims, scope, uses and  Explain using  Short
scope, terminology used in epidemiology charts, graphs answers
uses  Dynamics of disease transmission: epidemiological  Models, films,
methods triad slides
and  Morbidity and mortality: measurement
approach  Levels of prevention
es of  Methods of epidemiology of
epidemio o Descriptive
logy o Analytical: Epidemic investigation
o Experimental
IV 25  Describe Epidemiology ad nursing management of common  Lecture discussion  Essay type
epidemio communicable diseases  Explain using  Short
logy and  Respiratory infections charts, graphs answers
nursing o Small pox  Models, films,  Object type
manage o Chicken pox slides
ment of o Measles  Seminar
common o Influenza  Supervised field
communi o Rubella practice-health
cable o ARI‟s & Pneumonia centers, clinics and
diseases o Mumps homes
o Diphtheria  Groups projects/
o Whooping cough Health education
o Meningococcal meningitis
o Tuberculosis
o SARS
 Intestinal Infections
o Poliomyelitis
o Viral Hepatitis
o Cholera
o Diarrhoeal diseases
o Typhoid Fever
o Food poisoning
o Amoebiasis
o Hook worm infection
o Ascariasis
o Dracunculiasis
 Arthropod infections
o Dengue
o Malaria
o Filariasis
 Zoonoses
Viral
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o Rabies
o Yellow fever
o Japanese encephalitis

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Learning Methods Method
o Kyasnur Forest Disease
 Bacterial
o Brucellosis
o Plague
o Human Salmonellosis
o Anthrax
o Leptospirosis
 Rckerttsial diseases
 Rickettsial zoonoses
 Scrub typhu
 Murine typhus
 Tick typhus
 Q fever
 Parasitic zoonoses
o Taeniasis
o Hydatid disease
o Leishmaniasis
o Surface infection
o Trachoma
o Tetanus
o Leprosy
o STD & RTI
o Yaws
o HIV/AIDS
Any other
Epidemiology and Nursing management of
 Describe  Lecture discussion  Essay type
Epidemiol Non-cummunicable diseases  Explain using  Short
ogy and  Malnutrition: under nutrition, over nutrition, Charts, graphs answers
nursing nutritional deficiencies  Models, films,  Objective
manageme  Anaemia slides type
nt of  Hypertension  Seminar
common  Stroke  Supervised field
Non-  Rheumatic Heart Disease practice-health
communic  Coronary Heart Disease centers, clinics and
able  Cancer homes
diseases  Diabetes mellitus  Group
 Blindness projects/Health
 Accidents education
 Mental illness
 Obesity Iodine Deficiency
 Fluorosis
 Epilepsy
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Learning Methods Method
 Describe the Demography  Lecture  Essay type
concepts and  Definition,  Short answers
discussion
scope of  concept and scope  Objective type
 Community
demography  Methods of collection, analysis and Idenfication  Assessment of
 Describe interpretation of demographic data survey report
survey
methods of  Demographic rates and ratios
data
collection,
analysis and
interpretatio
n of
demographic
data
VII 17  Identify the Population and its control  Lecture discussion  Essay type
impact of  Population explosion and its impact on social,  Population survey  Short answers
population economic development of individual, society  Counseling  Objective type
explosion in and country Demonstration  Assessment of
India  Practice session
 Population control:
survey report
o Overall development:  Supervised field
 Describe practice
methods of Women empowerment, social, economic and
population educational development
control  Limiting family size:
o Promotion of small family norm
o Methods: spacing (natural, biological,
chemical, mechanical methods etc)
o Terminal: surgical methods
o Emergency contraception
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Community Health Nursing I – Practical

Placement: Second Year Time: Practical – 135 hours

Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(in week) methods
Community 2 wks  Build and  Use techniques of interpersonal  To work with  Assess clinical
health urban Maintain relationship 2 assigned performance
nursing and 2 rapport  Identification of health families each with rating scale
wks  Identify determinants of community in urban and  Assess each
rural demographic  History taking rural skill with
characteristics  Physical examination  Family study- checklist
, health  Collect specimensputum, malaria I  Evaluation of
determinants smear  Observation family study,
and  Perform simple lab tests at cenre report of observation
community – blood for Haemoglobin and community-I report and
health sugar, urine for albumin and sugar  Health talks 2 health talk
resources  Administer vaccines and  (1 in urban  Completion of
 Diagnose medications to adults and in rural) activity record.
health needs  Counsel and teach individual,
of individual family and community
and families o Nutrition
 Provide o Hygiene
primary care o Self health monitoring
in health o Seeking health services
centre o Healthy life style
 Counsel and o Family welfare methods
educate  Health promotion
individual,
family and
community

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Communication & Educational Technology

Placement: Second Year Time: Theory – 90 Hours

Course Description: This course is designed to help the students acquire an


understanding of the principles and methods of communication and teaching. It helps to develop
skill in communicating effectively, maintaining effective interpersonal relations, teaching
individuals and groups in clinical, community health and educational settings.
Unit Time (Hrs) Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment
Objectives Activites methods
Th. Pr.
1 5  Describe the Review of communication  Lecture Discussion  Respond to
communication process
on process  Process; elements and channel
 Role plays critical
incidents
 Identify  Facilitators  Exercises with
audio/video tapes  Short
techniques of  Barriers and methods of answers
effective overcoming
communication  Techniques  Objective
type
II 5  Establish Interpersonal relations  Lecture Discussion  Short Answer
effective inter-  Purpose & types  Role Plays  Objective
personal Phases  Exercises with type
relations with  Barriers and methods of audio/video tapes
patients, families overcoming  Process recording
& co-workers  Johari Window
III 5  Develop Human relations  Lecture Discussion  Short Answer
effective human  Understanding self  Sectiometry  Objective type
relations in  Social behavior, motivation,  Group games  Respond to test
context of social attitudes  Psychometric based on
nursing  Individual and groups exercises followed critical
 Groups & individual by discussion incidents
 Human relations in context of
nursing
 Group dynamics
 Team work
IV 10 5  Develop basic Guidance & counseling  Lecture Discussion  Short Answer
skill of  Definition  Role play on  Objective type
counseling and  Purpose, scope and need counseling in  Assess
guidance  Basic princi8ples different situations performance in
 Organization of counseling followed by role play
discussion situations
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services
 Types of counseling
approaches

Unit Time (Hrs) Learning Content Teaching Assessment


Th. Pr. Objectives Learning methods
Activities
 Role and preparation of
counselor
 Issues for counseling in nursing:
students and practitioners
 Counselling process-steps &
techniques, tools of counselor
 Managing disciplinary problems
 Management of crisis & referral
V 5  Describe the Principles of education &  Lecture  Short Anwser
philosophy & teaching learning process Discussion  Objective
principles of  Education: meaning,  Prepare lesson type
education philosophy, aims, functions & plan  Assess lesson
 Explain the principles  Micro teaching plans &
teaching learning  Nature and characteristics of  Exercise on teaching
process learning, writing sessions
 Princi8ples and maxims of objectives
teaching
 Formulating objectives;
general and specific
 Lesson planning
 Classroom management
VI 10 10  Demonstrate Methods of teaching  Lecture  Short Answer
teaching skill  Lecture, demonstration, group Discussion  Objective
using various discussion, seminar symposium,  Conduct 5 type
teaching methods panel discussion, role play, teaching sessions  Assess
in clinical, project, field trip, workshop, using different teaching
classroom and exhibition, programme methods & media sessions
community instruction, computer assisted
settings learning, micro teaching
 Prepare and use problem based learning, self
different types of instructional module and
educational simulation etc.
media effectively  Clinical teaching methods: case
method, nursing round &
reports, bedside clinic,
conference (individual & group)
process recording
Educational media
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 Purposes & types of A.V Aids,


principles and sources etc.
 Graphic aids: chalk board,
chart, graph, poster, flash cards,
flannel graph, bulletin, cartoon
 Three dimensional aids:

Unit Time (Hrs) Learning Content Teaching Assessment


Th. Pr. Objectives Learning methods
Activities
VII 10 8  Prepare and use Educational media  Lecture  Short Answer
different types of  Purposes & types of A.V. Aids,  Discussion  Objective type
educational principles and sources etc.  Demonstration  Assess the
media effectively  Graphic aids: chalk board, chart,  Prepare teachsing aids
graph, poster, flash cards, flannel different prepared
graph, bulletin, cartoon teaching aids-
 Three dimensional aids: objects, projected &
specimens, models, puppets non projected
 Printed aids: pamphlets & leaflets
 Projected aids: slides, overhead
projector, films, TV, VCR,VCD,
camera, microscope, LCD
 Audi aids: tape recorder, public
address system
 Computer
VIII 5 7  Prepare different Assessment  Lecture  Short Answer
types of questions  Purpose & scope of evaluation & Discussion  Objective type
for assessment of assessment  Exercise on  Assess the
knowledge, skills  Criteria for selection of writing strategies used
and attitudes assessment techniques and different types in practice
methods of assessment teaching
 Assessment of knowledge: essay tools sessions and
type questions, Short answer exercise
questions (SAQ), Multiple sessions
choice questions (MCQ)
 Assessment of
skills: Observation checklist,
practical exam, viva, Objective
structured clinical examination
(OSCE)
 Assessment of
 Attitudes: Attitude scales

IX 5  Teaching Information, Education &  Lecture  Short Answer


indiuals, groups communication for health (IEC) Discussion  Objective type
and communities  Health behavior & health  Plan &  Assess the
about health with education conduct health planning &
their active  Planning for health education education conduct of the
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participation  Health education with individuals, session for educational


groups & communities  In dividuals, session
 Communicating health messages group &
 Methods & media for communities
communicating health messages
 Using mass media

Medical Surgical Nursing (Adult including Geriatrics) – II

Placement: Third year Time: Theory – 120 hours


Practical - 270 hours
Course Description: The purpose of this course is to acquire knowledge and develop
proficiency in caring for patents with medical and surgical disorders in varieties of health care
settings and at home.
Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment
(Hrs) Ob jectives Activity method
I 15  Describe the Nursing management of patient with  Lecture discussion  Essay type
etioklogy, disorders of Ear, Nose and Thorat  Explain using  Short answers
patho-  Review of anatomy and physiology of the Charts, graphs  Objective
physiology, Ear, Nose and Throat  Models, films, type
clinical  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical slides  Assessment
manifestatio assessment  Demonstration of skills with
ns,  Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical  Practice session check list
diagnostic manifestations, diagnosis treatment  Case  Assessment
measures modalities and medical & surgical nursing discussions/Seminar of patient
and management of Ear, Nose and Throat  Health education management
management disorders.  Supervised clinical problem
of patients o External ear: deformities otaligia, practice
with foreign bodies, and tumours  Drug
disorders of o Middle Ear-Impacted wax, Tympanic book/presentation
Ear, Nose membrane perforation, otitis media,
and Throat otosclerosis, mastoiditis, tumours
o Inner ear-Meniere‟s Disease,
labrinthitis, ototoxicity, tumours
o Upper airway infections-common cold,
sinusitis, ethintisrhinitis, pharyngitis,
tonsillitis and adenoiditis, peritonsilar
abscess, laryngitis
o Upper respiratory airway – epistaxis,
o Nasal obstruction, laryngeal
obstruction, cancer of the larynx
o Cancer of the oral cavity
 Speech defects and speech therapy
 Deafness
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 Prevention, control and rehabilitation


 Hearing Aids, mplanted hearing devices
Special therapies
Nursing procedures
Drugs used in treatment of disorders sof
Ear, Nose and Throat
Role of nurse communicating with hearing
impaired and muteness.

Uni Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


t (Hrs) Ob jectives Learning Activity method
II 15  Describe Nursing management of patient with disorders of
the eye
etiology,  Review of anatomy and physiology of the eye
path-  Nursing Assessment-Hisstory and Physical
physiology, assessment
clinical  Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical manifestations,
manifestati diagnosis,s treatment modalities and medical &
ons surgical nursing management of eye disorders:
diagnostic o Refractive errors
measures o Eyelids-infection, tumours and deformities
and o Conjunctiva-inflammation and infection, bleeding
manageme o Conjuctiva-inflammation and infection, bleeding
nt of o Cornea-inflammation and infection
patients o Lens-Cataracts
with o Glaucoma
disorders of o Disorder of the uveal tract,
eye. o Ocular tumours
o Disorders of posterior chamber and retima:
Retinal and vitreous problems
o Retinal detachment
II 15  Describe Nursing management of patient with disorders of  Lecture  Essay type
the eye discussion  Short
etiology,  Review of anatomy and physiology of the eye  Explain using answers
pathphysiol  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical charts, graphs  Objective
ogy, assessment.  Models, films, type
clinical  Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, Slides  Assessment
manifefstati diagnosis, treatment modalities and medical &  Demonstration of skills
ons surgical nursing management of eye disorders:  Practice session with check
diagnostic o Refractive errors  Case list
measures o Eyelids-infection, tumours and deformities  Assessment
and o Conjunctiva-inflammation and infection, bleeding discussions/Semina of patient
manageme o Cornea-inflammation and infection r managemen
nt of o Lens-Cataracts  Health education t problem
patients o Glaucoma  Supervised
with o Disorder of the usueal tract, clinical practice
disorders of o Ocular tumours
 Drug
eye. o Disorders of posterior chamber and retina: Retinal book/presentation
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and vitresous problems  Visit to eye bank


o Retinal detatchment  Participation in
o Ocular emergencies and their prevention eye-camps
 Blindness
 National blindness control program
o Eye Banking
o Eye prostheses and Rehabilitation. Role of a
nurse-communication with visually impaired
patient, Eye camps. Special therapies, Nursing
proecedures. Drugs used in treatment of disorders
of eye.
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Ob jectives Learning Activity method
III 16  Describe Nursing management of patient with neurological disorders  Lecture  Essay
the  Review of anatomy and physiology of the neurological discussion type
etiology, system  Explain using  Short
pathophys  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical and neurological Charts, graphs answers
iology, assessment and Glassgow coma scale  Models, films,  Objective
clinical  Etiology, Pathophysiology, Clinical manifestations, slides type
manifestat diagnosis, treatment modalities and medical & surgical  Demonstration  Assessme
ions, nursing management of neurological disorders  Practice nt of
diagnostic  Congenital malformations session skills with
measures  Headache  Case check list
and  Head Injuries discussions/Se  Assessme
nursing  Spinal injuries: minar nt of
managem  Paraplegia  Health patient
ent of
 Hemipilegia education managem
patients
 Quadraplegia  Supervised ent
with problem
neurologi  Spinal cord compression-herniation of interventebral disc clinical
cal  Tumors of the brain & spinal cord practice
 Intracranial and cerebral aneurysms  Drug
disorders
 Infections: book/presentati
 Meningitis, Encephalitis,s Brain abscess, neurocysticercosis on
 Movement disorders  Visit to
o Meningitis, Encephalitis,s Brain abscess, rehabilitation
neurocysticercosis centre
 Movement disorders
o Chorea
o Seizures
o Epilepsies
 Cerero Vascular Accidents (CVA)
 Cranial, Spinal Neuropathies-Bell‟s palsy, trigeminal
neuralgia
 Peripheral Neuropaathies; Guillain Barr‟s Syndrome
 Myasthemia gravis
 Multiple sclerosis
 Degenerative diseases
o Delirium
o Dementia
o Alzheimer‟s disease
o Parkinson‟s disease
 Managementn of unconscjious patients and patients with
stroke
 Role of the nurse in communicating with patient having
neurological deficit
 Rehabilitation of patients with neurological deficit
o Role of nurse in long stay facility (institutions) and at home
Special therapies Nursing procedures Drugs used in
treatment of neurological disorders
100

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Ob jectives Learning Activity method
IV 16  Describe the Nursing management of patients with disorders of
etiology, female reproductive system
patho-  Review of anatomy and physiology of the female
physiology, reproductive system
clinical  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical assessment
manifestatio  Breast self Examination
ns, diagnosis  Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical manifestations,
measures diagnosis, treatment modalities and medical & surgical
and nursing nursing management of disorder of female reproductive
management system
of patients  Congenital abnormalities of female reproductive system
with  Sexuality and Reproductive Health
disorders of  Sexual Health Assessment
female
 Menstrual Disorders; Dysmenorrhea, Amenorrhea,
reproductive Premenstrual Syndrome
system
 Abnormal Uterine Bleeding; Menorrhagia, Metrorrhagia
 Describe
 Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
concepts of
 Ovarian and fallopian tube disorders; infections, cysts,
reproductive
tumours
health and
family  Uterine and cervical disorders; Endometriosis, polys,
welfare Fibroids, Cervical and uterine tumours uterine
programme displacement, Cystrocele/Urethrocele/Rectocele
 Vaginal disorders; Infections and Discyharges, Fistulas
 Vulvur disorders; Infections, cysts, tumours
 Dseases of breasts, Deformities, Infections, Cysts and
Tumours
 Menopause and Hormonal Replacement Therapy
 Infertility
 Contraception; Types Methods, Risk and effectiveness
o Spacing Method
- Barrier methods,InteraUterine
Devices, Hormonal, Post Conceptional Methods,
etc
o Terminal methods
- Sterilization
 Emergency contraception methods
 Abortion-Natural, Medical and surgical abortion-MTP
Act
 Toxic Shock Syndrome
 Injuries and Trauma; Sexual violence
Special therapies
Nursing procedures
Drugs used in treatment of gynaecological disorders
National family welfare programme
101

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Ob jectives Activity method
V 10 Describe the Nursing management of patients with  Lecture discussion  Essay type
etiology, Burns, reconstructive and cosmetic surgery  Explain using Charts,  Short
pathophysiolo  Review of anatomy and physiology of the skin graphs answers
gy, clinical and connective tissues and various deformities  Models, films, slides  Objective
manifestations  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical  Demonstration type
, diagnostic assessment and Assessment of burns and fluid  Practice session  Assessment
measures and and electrolyte loss  Case discussions of skills with
nursing  Etiology, classification, Pathophysiology, clinical /Semi-nar check list
management  Assessment
manifestations, diagnosis, treatment modalities  Health education
of patients and medical & surgical nursing management of  Supervised clinical of patient
with Burns, Burms and Re-constructive and Cosmetic management
practice
reconstructive surgery:  Drug book/presentation problem
and cosmetic  Types of Re-constructive and Csmetic surgery:
surgery for burns, congenital deformities, inurjies and
cosmetic purposes
 Role of Nurse
 Legal aspects
 Rehabilitation
 Special therapies
o Pscho social aspects
Nursing procedures
 Drugs used in treatment of Burns, reconstructive
and cosmetic surgery
VI 10  Describe the Nursing management of patients with  Lecture discussion  Essay type
etiology, oncological conditions  Explain using charts,  Short
pathophysiol  Structure & characteristics of normal & graphs answers
ogy, clinical cancer cells  Models, films, slides  Objective
manifefstati  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical  Demonstration type
ons, assessment  Practice session  Assessment
diagnostic  Case of skills
measures  Prevention, Screening, Early detection,
discussions/Seminar with check
and nursing Warning signs sof cancer
 Health education list
management  Epidemiology, Etiology, Classification,  Assessment
 Supervised clinical
of patients Pathophysiology, Staging, clinical of patient
practice
with manifestations, diagnosis, treatment
 Drug book/presentation manageme
oncology modalities and medical & surgical nursing nt problem
management of oncological conditions
 Commopn malignancies of various body
systems; Oral, larynx, lung, stomach and Colon,
Liver, Leukemias and lymphomas, Breast,
Cervix, Ovary, Uterus, Sarcoma, Brain, Renal,
Bladder, Prostate etc
 Oncological emergiencies
 Modalities of treatment
o Immunotherapy
o Chemotherapy
o Radiotherapy
102

Unit Tim Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


e Ob jectives Activity method
(Hr
s)
o Surgical Interventions
o Stem cell and Bone marrow transpslants
o Gene therapy
o Other forms of treatment
 Pschosocial aspects of cancer,
 Rehabilitation
 Palliative care; Symptom and Pain
Management, Nutritional support
 Home care
 Hospice care
 Stomal therapy
 Special therapies
o Psycho social aspects
 Nursing procedures

VII 10  Describe Nursing management of patient in  Lecture discussion  Essay type
organization EMERGENCY & DIASTER situations  Explain using Charts,  Short answers
of emergency Disaster Nursing: graphs  Objective
and disaster  Concepts and principles of Disaster Nursing  Models, films, slides type
care services  Causes and Types of Diaster: Natural and  Demonstration  Assessment
Man-made  Practice session of skills with
 Describe the o Earthquakes. Floods, Epimdemics, Cyclones  Case check list
role of nurse o Fire, Explosion, Accidents discussions/Seminar  Assessment
in disaster o Violence, Terrorism; biochemical, War  Health education of patients
management o Policies related to emergency/disaster  Supervised clinical management
Management, International, national, state, practice problem
 Describe the institutional  Diaster management  Essay type
role of nurse  Disaster preparedness: Drills  Short answers
in  Team, Guidelines, protocols, Equipments,  Lecture discussion  Objective type
management Resources 
 Explain using Assessment of
of common  Coordination and involvement of; Charts, graphs skills with
Emergencies Community, various govt. departments, non-  Models,s films, check list
govt, organizations and International agencies slides  Assessment
 Role of nurse-working
 Demonstration of patient
 Legal Aspects of Disaster Nursing
 Practice session management
 Impact on Health and after effects; Post problem
 Case
Traumatic Stress Disorder
discussiokns/Semin
 Rehabilitation; physical, psychosocial, ar
Financial, Relocation  Health education
Emergency Nursing  Supervised clinical
 Concept, priorities, principles and scope of practice
emergency nursing  Disaster
management Drills
 Drug
book/presentation
103

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Ob jectives Activity method
 Organization of emergency services;physical
setup, staffing, equipment and supplies,
protocols, Concepts of triage and role of triage
nurse
 Coordination and involvement of different
departments and facilities
 Nursing Assessment-History and Physical
assessment
 Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical
manifestations, diagnosis, treatment modalities
and medical & surgical nursing management of
patient with medical and surgical Emergency
 Principles of emergency management
 Common Emergencies;
 Respiratory Emergencies
 Cardiac Emergencies
 Shock and Haemorrhage
 Pain
 Ply-Trauma, road accidents, crush injuries,
wound
 Bites
 Poisoning; Food, Gas, Drugs & chemical
poisoning
 Seizuers
 Termal Emergencies; Heat stroke & Cold
injuries
 Pediatric Emergencies
 Psychiatric Emergencies
 Obstetrical Emergencies
 Violence, Abuse, Sexual assault
Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
 Crisis Intervention
 Role of the nurse; Communication and Inter
Personal Relations
 Medico-Legal Aspects;
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Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Ob Activity method
jectives
VIII 10  Explain Nursing care of the elderly  Lecture discussion  Essay type
the  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical assessment  Explain using  Short
concept  Ageing; Charts, graphs answers
and  Demography; Myths and realities  Models, films,  Objective
problems  Concepts and theories of ageing slides type
of aging  Cognitive Aspects of Ageing  Demonstration  Assessment
 Normal biological ageing  Practice session of skills with
 Describe  Age related body systems changes  Case check list
nursing  Psychosocial Aspects of Aging discussions/Seminar  Assessment
care of  Health education
 Medications and elderly of patient
the  Superivsed clinical management
 Stress & coping in older adults
elderly problem
 Common Health Problems & Nursing Management; practice
 Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Musculoskeletal,  Drug
 Edocrine, genitor-urinary, gastrointestinal book/presentation
 Neurological, skins and other sensory organs Visit to old age
o Psychosocial and Sexual home
o Abuse of elderly
 Role of nurse for care of elderly; ambulation,
nutritional, communicational,, psychosocial and
spiritual
 Role of nurse for caregivers of elderly
 Role of family and formal and nonformal caregivers
 Use of aids and prosthesis (hearing aids, dentures,
 Legal & Ethical, Issues
 Provisions and Programmes for elderly; privileges,
Community Programs and health services;
 Home and institutional care
IX 10  Describe Nursing management of patient in critical care  Lecture discussion  Essay type
organizati units  Explain using  Short answers
on of  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical assessment Charts, graphs  Objective
critical  Classification  Models, films, type
care units  Principles of critical care nursing slides  Assessment
 Describe  Organization, Physical setup, Plicies, staffing norms  Demonstration of skills with
the role  Protocols, equipment and supplies  Role plays check list
of nurse  Special equipments; ventilators, cardiac monitors,  Counseling  Assessment
in defibrillators  Practice session of patient
managem  Case management
 Resuscitation equipments
ent of problem
 Infection Control Protocols discussions/Seminar
patients
critical  Nursing management of critically ill patient;
care units  Monitoring of critically ill patient
 CPR-Advance Cardiac Life support
 Treatments and procedures
 Transitional care
 Ethical and Legal
105

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Ob jectives Activity method
X 8  Describe the Nursing management of patients adults  Health education
etiology, including elderly with Occupational and  Supervised clinical
pathophysiolo Industrial disorders practice
gy, clinical  Nursing Assessment-History and Physical  Drug book/
manifestations assessment presentation
, assessment,  Etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical
diagnostic manifestations, diagnosis, diagnosis, treatment
measures and modalities and medical & surgical nursing
management management of occupational and industrial
of patients health disorders
with  Role of nurse
occupational Special therapies, alnerative therapies Nursing
and industrial procedures
health disorder Drugs used in treatment of Occupational and
Industrial disorders.
106

Medical Surgical Nursing (Adult and Geriatrics) – II


Practical

Placement: Third Year Time: Theory – 120 hrs


Practical - 270 hrs
Internship - 430 hrs
Areas Duration Objectives of Skills to be developed Assignments Assessment
(in wks) posting methods
ENT 1  Provide care to  Perform examination of ear,  Provide care to 2-  Assess each
patients with nose and thorat 3 assigned skill with
ENT disorders  Assist with diagnostic patients checklist
 Counsel and procedures  Nursing care plan-  Assess
educate patient  Assist with therapeutic 1 performance
and families procedures  Observation with rating
 Instillation of drops reports of OPD scale
 Perform/assist with irrigations  Maintain drug  Evaluation of
 Apply ear bandage book observation
 Perform tracheostomy care report of OPD
 Teach patients and families  Completion of
activity record
Ophtha 1  Provide care to  Perorm examination of eye  Prtovide care to 2-  Assess each
mology patients with  Assist with diagnostic 3 assigned skill with
Eye disorders procedures patients checklist
 Counsel and  Assist with therapeutic  Nursing care plan  Assess
educate patient procedures –1 performance
and families.  Perform/assist with irrigations  Observation with rating
 Apply eye bandage. report of OPD & scale
 Apply eye drops/ointments Eye bank  Evaluation of
 Assist with foreign body  Maintain drug observation
removal. book. report of
 Teach patients and families. OPD/Eye
bank
 Completion of
actividty
record.
107

Areas Duration Objectives of Skills to be developed Assignments Assessment


(in wks) posting methods
Neurol 2  Provide care to  Perform examination of eye  Provide care to 2-  Assess each
ogy patients with  Assist with diagnostic 3 assigned skill with
Eye disorders procedures patients checklist
 Counsel and  Assist with therapeutic  Nursing care plan-  Assess
educate patient procedures I performance
and families  Perform/assist with irrigations  Observation with rating
 Apply eye bandage reports of OPD & scale
 Apply eye drops/ointments Eye bank  Evaluation of
 Assist with foreign body  Maintain drug observation
removal. book report of
 Teach patients and families OPD/Eye
 bank
 Completion of
activity record
108

Areas Duration Objectives of Skills to be Assignments Assessment


(in wks) posting developed methods
Gynaecology 1  Provide care  Assist with  Provide care to  Assess each
ward to patients gynaecological 2-3 assigned skill with
with  Examination patients checklist
gynaecologic  Assist with  Nursing care pl  Assess
al disorders diagnostic an-I performance
 Counsel and procedures  Maintain drug with rating
educate  Assist with book scale
patient and therapeutic  Evaluation of
families procedures care plan
 Teach patients  Completion
families of activity
 Teaching self Breast record
Examination
 Assist with PAP
smear collection
Burns Unit 1  Provide care  Assessment of the  Provide care to  Assess each
to patients burns patient 1-2 assigned skill with
with Burns o Percentage of patients checklist
 Counsel and burns  Nursing care  Assess
educate o Degree of burns plan-I performance
patient and  Fluid &  Observation with rating
families electrolyte report of B urns scale
replacement therapy unit  Evaluation of
o Assess care plan an
o Calculate observation
o Replace report
o Record  Completion
intake/output of activity
o Care of Burn record
wounds
o Bathing
o Dressing
 Perform active and
passive exercises
 Practice medical &
surgical asepsis
 Counsel & Teach
patients and
families
 Participate in
rehabilitation
program
109

Areas Duration Objectives of Skills to be developed Assignments Assessment


(in wks) posting methods
Oncology 1  Provide care  Screen for common  Provide care to 2-  Assess each
Unit to patients cancers-TNM 3 assigned skill with
with cancer classification patients checklist
 Counsel and  Assist with diagnostic  Nursing care  Assess
educate patient procedures plan-I performance
and families o Biopsies  Observation with rating
o Pap smear report of cancer scale
o Bone-marrow aspiration unit  Evaluation of
 Breast examination care plan and
 Assist with therapeutic observation
procedures report
 Participates in various  Completion
modalities of treatment of activity
o Chemotherapy record
o Radiotherapy
o Pain management
o Stomaltherapy
o Hormonal therapy
o Immuno therapy
o Gene therapy
o Alternative therapy
 Partcipate in palliative
care
 Counsel and teach patients
families
o Self Breast Examination
o Warning signs
 Participate in
rehabilitation program
Critical 2  Provide care  Monitoring of patients in  Provide care to I  Assess each
care unit to critically ill ICU assigned patient skill with
patients  Maintain flow sheet  Observation checklist
 Counsel  Care of patient on report of critical  Assess
patient and ventilators care unit performance
families for  Perform Edotracheal  Drugs book with rating
grief and suction scale
bereavement  Demonstrates use of  Evaluation of
ventilators, cardiac observation
monitors etc. report
 Collect specimens and  Completion
interprets of activity
ABG analysis record
 Assist with arterial
puncture
110

Areas Duration (in wks) Objectives Skills to be developed Assignment Assessment


of posting s methods
 Maintain CVP line
 Pulse oximetry
 CPR-ALS
 Defibrillators
 Pace makers
 Bag-mask ventillation
 Emergency tray/trolly-Crash Cart
 Administration
of drugs
o Infusion pump
o Epidural
o Intrathecal
o Intracardiac
 Total parenteral therapy
 Chest physiotherapy
 Perform active & passive
exercises
 Counsel the patient and family
dealing with grieving and
bereavement
Casuality/ 1  Provide  Practice “triage”  Observati  Assess
Emergency care to  Assist with assessment, on report performance
patients examination, investigations & their of with rating
in interpretations, in emergency and Emergenc scale
emergen disaster situations y unit  Evaluation of
cy and  Assist in documentations observation
disaster  Assist in legal procedures in report
situation emergency unit  Completion of
 Counsel  Participate in managing crowd activity record
patient  Counsel patient and families in
and grief and bereavement
families
for grief
and
bereave
ment
111

Placement: Internship
Time: 9 weeks

Areas Duration Objective Skills Assignment


(in wks)
Medical ward 2 Provide comprehensive care to Integrated Assess clinical
patients with medical and Practice performance with
surgical conditions including rating scale
emergencies
Surgical ward 2

Critical care 1
unit/ICCU
Assist with common operations

Casualty/Emergency 2

Operation Theatre 2
(Eye, ENT, Neuro)
112

Child Health Nursing


Placement: Third Year Time: Theory - 90 Hours
Practical -270 Hours
Internship - 145 Hours
Course Description: This course is designed for developing an understanding of the
modern approach to child-care, identification, prevention and nursing management of
common health problems of neonates and children.

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objective Learni.ng Methods
Activities
1 15  Explain the Introduction  Lecture  Short answers
modern concept Modern concepts of Discussion  Objective type
of child care &  Demonstration  Assessment of
principles of childcare of common skills with
child health  Internationally accepted paediatric checklist
nursing rights of the Child procedures  Short answers
 Describe national  National policy and  Lecture  Objective type
policy programs legislations in relation to Discussion  Assessment of
and legislation in child health and welfare  Demonstration skill with
relation to child  National programmes related of common checklist
health and to child health and welfare paediatric
welfare.  Agencies related to welfare procedures
 List major causes services to the children.
of death during  Changing trends in hospital
infancy early care, preventive, promotive
Early & late and curative aspects of child
childhood health.
 Describe the  Child morbidity and mortality
major functions rates.
and role of the  Differences between an adult
paediatridc nurse and child.
in caring for a  Hospital environment for a
hospitalized sick child
child.  Impact of hospitalization on
 Describe the the child and family.
principles of  Grief and bereavement.
child health  The role of a child health
nursing. nurse in caring for a
 Describe the hospitalized child
principles of  Principles of pre and post
child health operative care of infants and
nursing. children.
 Child health nursing
procedures
113

Unit Time Learning Objective Content TTeaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Activities Methods
II 20  Describe the normal The healthy child  Lecture  Short
growth & development  Principles of growth and Discussion answers
of children at different development  Developmental  Objective
ages  Growth and development for study of infant and type
 Identify the needs of birth to adolescence children  Assessme
children at different  The needs of normal children  Observation study nt of field
ages & provide parental through the stages of of normal and sick visits and
guidance developmental and parental child developm
Identify the nutritional guidance  Field visit to ental
needs of children at  Nutritional needs of children & Anganwadi, child study
different ages and ways infants rest fee guidance clinic reports
of meeting the needs Children & infants: breast feeding  Film show on
 Appreciate the role of and wearning. breast feeding
play for normal & sick  Baby friendly hospital concept  Clinical
children.
 Accidents: causes and prevention practice/field
 Appreciate the
 Value of play and selection of
preventive measures
play material
and strategies for
 Preventive immunization,
children
programme and cold chain

 Preventive paediatrics
 Care of under five & under
five clinics/well baby clinics
III 15  Provide care to normal Nursing care of a neonate  Lecture  Short
& high risk neonates  Nursing care of a normal Discussion answers
 Perform neonatal newborn/Essential, newborn  Workshop on  Objective
resuscitation care neonatal type
 Recognize and  Neonatal resuscitation resuscitation  Assessme
manage  Nursing management of a low  Demonstration nt of
Common neonatal birth weight  Practice session skills with
problems  baby.  Clinical practice checklist
 Kangaroo mother care
 Nursing management of
common neonatal disorders
 Organization of neonatal unit.
 Identification & nursing
management of common
congenital malformations.
 Integrated management of  
neonatal and childhood illnesses
(IMCI)
114

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objective Activities Methods
V 20  Provide Nursing management in common  Lecture  Short
nursing care in childhood diseases Discussion answers
common  Nutritional deficiency disorders  Demonstration  Objective
childhood  Cardiovascular problem: congenital  Practice session type
diseases defects and rheumatic fever,  Clinical practice Assessment
rheumatic heart disease of skills
 Identify  Gentio-uriary disorders: acute with
measures to glomerulo nephritis, Nephrotic checklist
prevent syndrome, Wilms tumor, infection
common and congenital disorders.
childhood  Neurological infections and disorders;
diseases convulsions, epilepsy, meningitis,
including hydrocephalus, spina-bifida.
immunization  Hematological disorders: Anemias,
thalassemia, ITP, Leukemia,
hemophilia
 Endocrine disorders: Juvenile
Diabete4s Mellitus
 Orthopedic disorders: club feet, hip
dislocation and fracture.
 Disorders of skin, eye and ears
 Common communicable diseases in
children, their identification, nursing
management in hospital and home and
prevention
 Child health emergencies poisoning
foreign bodies, hemorrhage, burns and
drowning.
 Nursing care of infant and children
with HIV/AIDS
VI 10  Manage the Management of behavuioual & social  Lecture  Short
child with problems in children discussion answers
behavioural &  Management of common behavioural  Field visits to  Objective
social problems disorders child guidance type
 Identify the  Management of common psychiatric clinics, school for  Assessment
social & problem mentally & of field
welfare  Management of challenged children: physically, reports
services for Mentally, Physically, & socially socially
challenged challenged challenged
children  Welfare services for challenged
children in India
 Child guidance clinics
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Child Health Nursing-Practical


Placement: Third Year Time: 270 hours (9 weeks)
Fourth Year Internship: 145 hours (3 weeks)

Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(in weeks) methods
Paediatric 3  Provide nursing  Taking paediatric History  Give care to three  Assess
Medicine care to children  Physical examination and assessment assigned paediatri clinical
Ward with various of children patients performance
medical  Administer of oral, I/M & IV  Nursing care with rating
disorders medicine/fluids plan-I scale
 Counsel and  Calculation of fluid requirements  Case  Assess each
educate parents  Prepare different strengths of I.V study/presentation skill with
fluids -I checklist
 Apply restraints  Health talk-I OSCE.OSPE
 Administer O 2 inhalation by different  Evaluation of
methods case
 Give baby bath study/presenta
 Feed children by Katori spoon, etc. tion and
Collect specimens for common Health
investigations education
 Assist with common diagnostic session
procedures  Completion of
 Teach mothers/parents activity
o Malnutrition record.
o Oral rehydration therapy
o Feeding & weaning
o Immunization schedule
o Play therapy
o Specific Disease conditions
Paedatric 3  Recognize  Calculate, prepare and administer  Give care to  Assess
Surgery different /V fluids three assigned clinical
ward pediatric  Do bowel wash paediatric performance
surgical  Care for ostomies: surgical patients with rating
conditions/malf o Colostomy irrigation  Nursing care scale
ormations o Ureterostomy plan-I  Assess each
 Provide pre and o Gastrostomy  Case skill with
post operative o Enterostomy study/presentatio checklist
care to children  Urinary catheterization and drainage n-I OSCE/OSPE
with common  Feeding  Evaluation
paediatric o Naso-gastric case
surgical o Gastrostomy study/present
conditions/mali o Jejunostomy ation
nformation  Care of surgical wounds  Completion
 Counsel and o Dressing of activity
educate parents o Suture removal record.
116

Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assignments ssAessment


(in weeks) methods
Paediatric 1  Perform  Assessment of children  Developmen  Assess
OPD/Immu assessment of o Health assessment tal study-I clinical
nization children: Health, o Developmental assessment performan
room Developmental o Anthropometric assessment ce with
and  Immunization rating scale
Anthropometric  Health/utrjitional Education  Completio
 Perform n of
Immunization activity
 Give Health record
Education/Nutriti
onal Education

Areas Durati Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


on (in methods
weeks)
Paediatric 1+1  Provide  Care of a baby in  Nursing  Assess clinical
medicine nursing care incubator/warmer care plan I performance
and to critically  Care of a child on  Observation with rating
surgery ill children ventilator report I scale
ICU  Endotracheal suction  Completion
 Chest physiotherapy of activity
 Administer fluids with record
infusion pump  Evaluation of
 Total parenteral nutrition observation
 Phototherapy report
 Monitoring of babies
 Cardio Pulmonary
resusciation

Internship

Area Duration (in Objective Skills Assessment


weeks)
Paediatric 1  Provide  Integrated Practice  Assess clinical
medicine
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ward/ICU comprehensiv performance with rating


e care to scale
children with
medical
conditions
Pediatric 1  Provide  Integrated Practice  Assess clinical
Surgery comprehensiv performance with rating
ward/ICU e care to scale
children with
surgical
conditions
NICU 1  Provide  Integrated Practice  Assess clinical
intensive care performance with rating
to neonates scale

Mental Health Nursing


Placement: Third Year Time: Theory – 90 Hours
Practical- 270 Hours
Internship – 95 hours (2 weeks)
Course Description: This course is designed for developing an understanding of the modern
approach to mental health, identification, prevention and nursing management of common
mental health problems with special emphasis on therapeutic interventions for individuals,
family and community.
Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment
(Hrs) Objective Learning Method
Activity
I 5  Describes the historical Introduction  Lecture  Objective type
development & current  Perpectives of Mental Health and Diccussion  Short answer
trends in mental health Mental Health nursing: evolution of  Assessment of
nursing mental health services, treatments and the field visit
 Describe the nursing practices. reports
epidemiology of mental  Prevalence and incidence of mental
health problems health problems and disorders.
 Describ e the National  Mental Health Act
Mental Health Act,  National Mental Health Policy vis a
programmes and mental vis National Health Policy
health policy  National Mental Health programme
 Discusses the scope of  Mental Health team
mental health nursing Nature and scope of mental health
 Describe the concept of nursing
normal 7 abnormal  Role and functions of mental health
behaviour nurse in various settings and factors
affecting the level of nursing practice.
 Concepts of normal and abnormal
behaviour
II 5  Defines the various Principles and Concepts of Mental  Lecture  Essay type
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terms used in mental Health Nursing discussion  Short answer


health Nursing  Definition: mental health nursing and  Explain using  Objective type
 Explains the terminology used Charts
classification of mental  Classification of mental disorders:  Review of
disorders ICD personality
 Explain psychodynamics  Review of personality development, development
of maladaptive behavior defense mechanisms
 Discuss the etiological  Maladaptive behavior of individuals
factors, psychopathology and groups; stress, crisis and
of mental disorders disaster(s)
 Explain the principles  Etiology: bio-psycho-social factors
and standards of mental  Psychopathology of mental
health nursing disorders: review of structure and
function of brain, limbic system and
abnormal neuro transmission
 Principles of Mental health Nursing
119

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objective Learning Method
Activity
 Explains the classification  Review of personality
of mental disorders development, defense
 Explain psychodynamics mechanisms
of maldaptive behavior  Maladaptive behavior of
 Discuss the etiologi8cal individuals and groups: stress,
factors, psychopathology crisis and disaster(s)
of mental disorders  Etiology: bio-pssycho-social
 Explain the principles and factors
standars of mental health  Psychopathology of mental
nursing disorders: review of structure
 Describe the conceptual and function of brain, limbic
models of mental health system and abnormal
nursing neurotransmission
 Principles of Mental health
Nursing
 Standards of Mental Health
Nursing practice
 Conceptual models and the role
of nurse:
o Existential Model
o Psycho-analytical models
o Behavioural model
o Interpersonal model
III 8  Describe nature, purpose  Assessment of mental health  Lecture  Short
and process of assessment status discussion answer
of mental health status  History taking  Demonstration  Objective
 Mental status examination  Practice session type
 Mini mental status examination  Clinical practice  Assessment
 Neurological examination: of skills
Review with check
 Investigations: Related Blood list
chemistry, EEG, CT & MRI
 Psychological tests
Role and responsibilities of
nurse
IV 6  Identify therapeutic  Therapeutic communication  Lecture  Short
communication techniques and nurse-patient relationship discussion answer
 Describe therapeutic  Therapeutic communication:  Demonstration  Objective
relationship Types, techniques,  Role play type
characteristics  Process recording
 Types of relationship,
 Ethics and responsibilities
120

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objective Activity Method
 Describe  Elements of nurse patient contract
therapeutic impasse  Review of technique of IPR-
and its intervention Johari Window
 Goals, phases, tasks, therapeutic
techniques
 Therapeutic impasse and its
intervention
V 14  Ex plain treatment  Treatment modalities and  Lecture discussion  Essay type
modalities and therapies used in mental disorders  Demonstration  Short answers
therapies used in  Psycho Pharmacology  Group work  Objective
mental disorders  Psychological therapies:  Practice session type
and role of the  Therapeutic community,  Clinical practice
nurse psychotherapy-Indivdual: psycho-
analytical, cognitive and
supportive, Family, Group,
Behavioural, Play, Psycho-drama,
Music, Dance, recerational and
Light therapy, Relaxation
therapies: Yoga, Meditation, bio
feedback
 Alternative systems of medicine
 Occupational therapy
 Psycial therapy: electro
convulsive therapy
 Geriatric considerations
Role of nurse in above therapies
VI 5  Describe the  Nursing management of patient  Lecture discussion  Essay type
etiology,psychopath with Schizophrenia, and other  Case discussion  Short answers
ology, clinical psychotic disorders  Case presentation  Assessment
manifestations,  Classification: ICD  Clinical practice of patient
diagnostic criteria  Etiology, psycho-pathology, management
and management of types, clinical manifestations, problems
patients with diagnosis
schizophrenia, and
 Nursing Assessment-History,
other psychotic
Physical and mental assessment
disorders
 Treatment modalities and nursing
management of patients with
Schizophrenia and other psychotic
disorders
 Geriatric considerations
 Follow-up and home care and
rehabilitation
121

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objective Learning Method
Activity
VII 5  Describe the Nursing management of patient with mood  Lecture 
etiology, disorders discussion
psychopathol  Mood disorders: Bipolar affective disorder, Mania  Case
ogy, clinical depression and dysthamia etc discussion
manifestation  Etiology, psycho-pathology, clinical manifestations,  Case
s, diagnostic diagnosis, presentation
criteria and  Nursing Assessment-History, Physical and mental  Clinical
management assessment practice
of patients  Treatment modalities and nursing management of
with mood patients with mood disorders
disorders  Geriatric considerations
 Follow-up and home care and rehabilitation

VIII 8  Describe the Nursing management of patients with neurotic, stress


etiology, related and somatization disorders.
psychopathol  Anxiety disorder, phobias, Dissociation &
ogy, clinical conversion disorder, Obsessive compulsive  Lecture  Essay type.
manifestation disorder, somatoform disorders, Post traumatic discussion  Short answers
s, diagnostic stress disorder.  Case  Assessment of
criteria and  Etiology, psycho-pathology, clinical discussion patient
management manifestations, diagnosis.  Case management
of patients  Nursing Assessment-History, Physical and mental presentation problems.
with neurotic, assessment.  Clinical,
stress related  Treatment modalities and nursing management of practice
& patients with neurotic, stress related and
somitization somatization disorders.
disorders.  Geriatric considerations.
 Follow-up and home care and rehabilitation.
IX 5  Describe the Nursing management of patient with  Lecture  Essay type
etiology, Substance use disorders discussion  short answers
psychopathol  Commonly used psychotropic substance;  Case  Assessment of
ogy, clinical Classification, forms, routes, action, intoxication and discussion patient
manifestation withdrawal  Case management
s, diagnostic  Etiology of dependence: tolerance, psychological and presentation problems.
criteria physical dependence, withdrawal syndrome,  Clinical
and diagnosis. practice
management  Nursing Assessment-History, Physical, mental
of patients assessment and drug assay
with  Treatment (detroxification, antabuse and narcotic
substance use antagonist therapy and harm reduction) and nursing
disorders management of patients with substance use disorders
 Geriatric considerations
 Folow-up and home care and rehabilitation
122

Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


Unit (Hrs) Objective Learning Method
Activity
X 4  Describe the Nursing management of patient with personality,  Lecture  Essay
etiology, sexual and Eating disorders discussio type
psychopathology,  Classification of disorders n  short
clinical  Etiology, psycho-pathology, characteristics, diagnosis,  Case answers
manifestations, Nursing Assessment-History, Physical and mental discussio  Assessmen
diagnostic criteria assessment t of patient
n
and management  Treatment modalities and nursing management of manageme
of patients with patients with Personality, Sexual and Eating disorders  Case nt
personality, Geriatric Considerations presentati problems
sexual and eating  Follow-up and home care and rehabilitation on
disorders  Clinical
Practice

XI 6 Describe the Nursing management of childhood and  Lecture  Essay type


etiology, psycho- adolescent disorders including mental deficiency discussion  Short
pathology, clinical  Classification  Case answers
manifestations,  Etiology, psycho-pathology, characteristics, diagnosis discussion  Asessment
diagnostic criteria Nursing Assessment-History, Physical, mental and IQ  Case of patient
and management of assessment presentation manageme
childhood and  Treatment modalities and nursing management of  Cl inical nt
adolescent childhood disorders including mental deficiency practice problems
disorders including  Follow-up and home care and rehabilitation
mental deficiency
XII 5  Describe the Nursing management of organic brain disorders  Lecture  Essay type
etiology,  Classification: ICD? discussion  Short
psychopathology,  Etiology, psycho-pathology, clinical features, diagnosis  Case answers
clinical and Differential diagnosis (parkinsons and alzheimers) discussion  Assessmen
manifestations,  Nursing Assessment-History, Physical, mental and  Case t of patient
diagnostic criteria neurological assessment presentatio manageme
and management  Treatment modalities and nursing management of n nt
of organic brain organic brain disorders  Clinical problems
disorders.  Geriatric considerations practice
 Follow-up and home care and rehabilitation
XIII 6  Identify Psychiatric emergencies and crisis intervention  Lecture  Short
psychiatric  Types of psychiatric emergencies and their discussion answers
emergencies and management  Demonstra  Objective
carry out crisis  Stress adaptation Model: stress and stressor, coping, tion type
intervention resoures and mechanism  Practice
 Grief: Theories of grieving process, principles, session
techniques of counseling  Clinical
 Types of crisis practice
 Crisis intervention: Principles, Techniques and process
 Geriatric considerations
Role and responsibilities of nurse
123

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objective Learning Method
Activity
XIV 4  Explain legal Legal issues in Mental Health Nursing  Lecture  Short
aspects applied in  The Mental Health Act 1987: Act, Sections, Articles discussion answers
mental health and their implications etc.  Case  Objective
settings and role  Indian Lunacy Act. 1912 discussion type
of the nurse  Rights of mentally ill clients
 Forensic psychiatry
 Acts related to narcotic and psychotropic substances
and illegal drug trafficking
 Admission and discharge procedures
Role and responsibilities of nurse
XV 4  Describe the Community Mental Health Nursing  Lecture  Short
model of  Development of community mental health services: discussion answers
preventive  National Mental Health programme  Clinical/fiel  Objective
psychiatry  Institutionalization Versus Deinstitutionalization d practice type
 Model of Preventive psychiatry: Levels of prevention  Field visits  Assessmen
 Describes  Mental Health Services available at the primary, to mental t of the
community secondary, tertiary levels including rehabilitation and health field visit
mental health Role of nurse service reports
services and role  Mental Health Agencies: government and voluntary, agencies
of the nurse National and International
 Mental health nursing issues for special populations:
Children, Adolescence, Women, Elderly, Victims of
violence and abuse, Handicapped, HIV/AIDS etc.
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Mental Health Nursing-Practical

Placement; Third Year Time: Practical-270 hours (9 weeks)


Fourth Year Internship – 95 hours (2 weeks)
Areas Durati Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment
on (in methods
week)
Psychiatric 1  Assess patients  History taking  History taking  Assess
OPD with mental health  Perform mental status and mental performance with
problems examination (MSE) status rating scale
 Observe and assist  Assist in psychometric examination-2  Assess each skill
in therapies assessment  Health with checklist
 Counsel and  Perform Neurological education-1  Evaluation of
educate patient, and examination  Observation health education
families  Observe and assist in report of OPD  Assessment of
therapies observation
 Teach patients and family report
members  Completion of
activity record.
Child 1  Assessment of  History taking  Case work-I  Assess
Guidance children with  Assist in psychometric  Observation performance with
clinic various mental assessment report of rating scale
health problems  Observe and assist in various different  Assess each skill
 Counsel and therapies therapies-I with checklist
educate children,  Teach family and significant  Evaluation of the
families and others observation
significant others report
Inpatient 6  Assess patients  History taking  Give care to 2-  Assess
ward with mental health  Perform mental status 3 patients with performance with
problems examination (MSE) various mental rating scale
 To provide nursing  Perform Neurological disorders  Assess each skill
care for patients examination  Case study-1 with checklist
with various  Assist in psychometric  Care plan-2  Evaluation of the
mental, health assessment  Clinical case study care
problems  Record therapeutic presentation 1 plan, clinical
 Assist in various communication  Process prersentation,
therapies  Administer medications recording 2 process
 Counsel and  Assist in Electroconvulsive  Maintain drug recording
educate patients, therapy (ECT) book  Completion of
families ad  Participate in all therapies activity record
significant others  Prepare patients for Activities
of Daily living (ADL)
 Conduct admission and
discharge counseling
 Counsel and teach patients
and families
125

Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(in week) methods
Community 1  To identify  Conduct case  Case Assess
psychiatry patients with work identify work-I performance
various mental individuals with Observation with rating
disorders mental health report on scale
 To motivate problems field visit Evaluation of
patients for early  Assists in case work
treatment and mental health and
follow up camps and observation
 To assist in follow clinics report
up clinic  Counsel and Completion
 Counsel and teach family of activity
educate patient, members,patient record
family and s and
community community

Internship
Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assessments
Psychiatry 2 weeks Provide comprehensive Integrated Assess clinical performance
ward care to patients with practice with rating scale
mental health problems
126

Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing


Placement: Third year Time: theory – 90 Hours
Practical -180 Hours
Course Description: This course is designed for students to appreciate the concepts and
principles of midwifery and obstetrical nursing. It helps them to acquire knowledge and skills in
rendering nursing care to normal and high risks pregnant woman during antenatal, natal and post
natal periods in hospitals and community settings. It also helps to develop skills in managing
normal and high risk neonates and participate in family welfare programme.

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objective Learning method
Activities
I 3  Recognise Introduction to midwifery and obstetrical Nursing  Lecture  Short
the trends  Introduction to concepts of midwifery and discussion answers
and issues in obstetrical Nursing  Explain using  Objective
midwifery  Trends in midwifery and obstetrical nursing charts and type
and o Historical perspectives and current trends graphs
obstetrical o Legal and ethical aspects
nursing o Pre-conception care and preparing for parenthood
o Role of nurse in midwifery and obsetetrical care
o National policy and legislation in relation to
maternal health and welfare
o Maternal, morbidity, mortality and fertility rates
o Perinatal, morbidity and mortality rates
II 8  Describe the Review of anatomy and physiology of female  Lecture  Short
anatomy and reproductive system and foetal development discussion answers
physiology  Female pelvis – general description of the bones  Review with  Objective
of female joints, ligaments, planes of the pelvis diameters of charts and mdels type
reproductive the true pelvis, important landmarks, and variations
system in pelvis shape.
 Female organs of reproduction – external genetalia,
internal genital organs and their anatomical
Relations, musculature – blood-supply, nerves,
lymphatics, pelvic cellular tissue, pelvic
peritoneum
 Physiology of menstrual cycle
 Human sexuality
 Foetal development
o Conception
o Review of fertilization, implantation (embedding
of the ovum), development of the embryo and
placenta at term- functions, abnormalities, the
foetal sac, amniotic fluid, the umbilical chord,
o Foetal circulation foetal skull, bones, sutures and
measurements
 Review of Genetics
127

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objective Learning method
Activities
III 8  Describe the Assessment and management of pregnancy (ante-natal)  Lecture  Short
diagnosis and  Normal pregnancy discussi answers
management  Physiological changes during pregnancy on  Objective
of women o Reproductive system  Demons type
during o Cardio vascular system tration  Assessment
antenatal o Respiratory system  Case of skills
period o Urinary system discussi with check
o Gastro intestinal system on/prese list
o Metabolic changes ntation  Assessment
o Skeletal changes  Health of patient
o Skin changes talk management
o Endocrine system  Practice problems
o Psychological changes session
o Discomforts of pregnancy  Counsel
 Diagnosis of pregnancy ling
o Signs session
o Differential diagnosis  Supervi
o Confirmatory tests sed
o Ante-natal care clinical
o Objectives practice
o Assessment
- History and physical Examination
- Antenatal Examination
- Signs of previous child-birth
o Relationship of foetus to uterus and pelvis: Lie, Attitude,
Presentation, Position
o Per vaginal examination
 Screening and assessment for high risk
 Risk approach
 History and Physical Examination
 Modalities of diagnosis; Invasive & Non-Invasive,
ultrasonics, cardiotomography, NST, CST
 Antenatal preparation
o Antenatal counseling
o Antenatal exercises
o Diet
o Substance use
o Education for child-birth
o Husband and families
o Preparation for safe-confinement
o Prevention from radiation
 Pscho-social and cultural aspects of pregnancy
o Adjustment to pregnancy
o Unwed mother
o Single parent
o Teenage pregnancy Sexual violence
 Adoption
128

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objective Activities method
IV 12  Describe the  Assessment and management of intra-natal  Lecture  Essay type
physiology period discussion  Short
and stages of
 Physiology of labour, mechanism of labour  Demonstration answers
labour  Case  Objective
 Describe the  Management of labour discussion/present type
management o First stage ation  Assessment
of women - Signs and symptoms of onset of labour;  Simulated of skills
during Normal and abnormal practice with check
- Duration
intranatal  Supervised list
- Preparation of:
period Clinical practice  Assessment
√ Labour room
of patient
√Woman
managemen
- Assessment and observation of women in
t problems
labour; partogram-maternal and foetal
monitoring
- Active management of labour, Induction of
labour
- Pain relief and comfort in labour
 Second stage
o Signs and symptoms; normal and abnormal
o Duration
o Conduct of delivery, principles and techniques
o Episiotomy (only if required)
o Receiving the new born
-Neonatal resuscitation; initial steps and subsequent
resuscitation
-Care of umbilical cord
Immediate assessment including screening for
congenital anomalies
-Identification
-Bonding
-Initiate feeding
-Screening and transportation of the nenate
 Third stage
o Signs and symptoms; normal and ab normal
o Duration
o Method placental expulsion
o Management; Principles and techniques
o Examination of the placenta
o Examination of perineum
 Maintaining records and reports
 Fourth stage
   
129

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objective Activities method
V 5  Describe the Assessment and management of  Lecture discussion  Essay type
physiology of women during post natal period  Demonstration  Short answers
puerperium  Normal puerperium; Physiology  Health talk  Objective
 „Describe the Duration  Practice Session type
management of   Assessment
women during  Postnatal assessment and management
Supervised
Clinical Practice of skills with
postnatal o Promoting physical and emotional well-
check list
being
period  Assessment
o Lactation management
Of patient
o Immunization
management
 Family dynamics after child-birth
problems
 Family welfare services; methods,
counseling
 Follow-up
 Records and reports
VI 6  Describe the Assessment and management of  Lecture discussion  Essay type
assessment and normal neonates  Demonstration  Short answers
management of  Normal Neonate;  Practice session  Objective
normal neonate o Physiological adaptation,  Supervised clinical type
o Initial & Daily assessment practice  Assessment
o Essential newborn care; Thermal control of skills with
o Breast feeding, check list
Prevention of infections  Assessment
 Immunization of patient
 Minor disorders of newborn and its management
management problems
 Levels of Neonatal care (level I,II & III)
 At primary, secondary and tertiary
levels
o Maintenance of Reports and Records
VII 10  Describe the High-risk pregnancy-assessment &  Lecture discussion  Essay type
identification management  Demonstrate using video  Short answers
and  Screening and assessment films, scan reports,  Objective
management o Ultrasonics, cardiotomography, NST, partograph etc. type
of women CST, non-invasive & invasive,  Case  Assessment of
with high risk o Newer modalities of diagnosis discussion/presentation skills with
pregnancy  High-risk approach  Health talk check list
 Levels of care, primary, secondary and  Practice session  Assessment of
tertiary levels  Supervised clinical patient
 Disorders of pregnancy practice management
o Hyper-emesis gravidarum, bleeding in problems
early pregnancy, abortion, ectopic
o Pregnancy, vesicular mole
o Ante-partum haemorrage
 Uterine abnormality and displacement
 Diseases complicating pregnancy
o Medical and
130

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Objective Learning method
Activities
Surgical conditions
o Infections, RTI (STD), UTI, HIV, TORCH
o Gynaecological diseases complicating pregnancy
o Pregnancy induced hypertension & diabetes,
Toxemia of pregnancy, hydramnios,
o Rh incompatibility
o Mental disorders
 Adolscent pregnancy, Elderly primi and grand
multipara
 Multiple pregnancy
 Abnormalities of placenta & cord
 Intra-uterine growth-retardation
 Nursing management of mothers with high-risk
pregnancy
 Maintenance of Records and Report
VIII 10  Describe the Abnormal Labour – assessment and management  Lecture  Essay type
management  Disorders in labour discussion  Short answers
of abnormal o CPD and contracted pelvis  Demonstrati  Objective type
labour o Malpositions and malpresentations on  Assessment of
 And o Premature labour, disorders of uterine actions-  Case skills with
obstetrical precipitate labour, prolonged labour discussion/pr checklist
emergencies o Complications of third stage: esentation  Assessment of
Injuries to birth canal  Practice patient
 Obstetrical Emergencies and their management session management
o Presentation and prolapse of cord, Vasa praevia,  Supervised problems
amniotic fluid embolism, rupture of uterus, Clinical
shoulder dystocia, obstretical shock practice
o Obstetrical procedures and operations;
o Induction of labour, forceps, vacuum version,
manual removal of placenta, casesarean section,
desctructive operations
 Nursing management of women undergoing
obstetrical operations and procedures
IX 4  Describe Abnormalties during postnatal periods  Lecture  Essay type
management of  Assessment and management woman with postnatal discussion  Short answers
postnatal complications  Demonstrati  Objective type
complications o Puerperial infections, breast engorgement & on  Assessment of
infections, UTI, thrombo Embolic disorders,  Case skills with
postpartum haemorrage, Eclampsia and discussion/pr checklist
subinvolution, esentation  Assessment of
o Psychological complications:  Supervised patient
- Post partum Blues. Clinical management
- Post partum Depression. practice problems
- Post partum Psychosis.
-Post partum
- -Psychosis
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Unit Tim Learning Content Teaching Assessment


e Objective Learning method
(Hr Activities
s)
X 10  Identify the Assessment and management of High risk newborn  Lecture  Essay type
high risk  Admission of neonates in the neonatal intensive care units discussio  Short
neonates and protocols n answers
their nursing  Nursing management of:  Demonstr  Objective
management -Low birth weight babies ation type
-Infections  Practice  Assessment
-Respiratory problems session of skills
-Haemolytic disorders  Case  With
-Birth injuries discussio checklist
-Malformations n/presenta  Assessment
 Monitoring of high risk neonates tion of patient
 Feeding of high risks neonates  Supervise management
 Organisation and management of neonatal intensive care units d clinical problems
 Infection control in neonatal intensive care units practice
 Maintenance of reports and records.
XI 4  Describe Pharmaco-therapeutics in obstetrics  Lecture  Short
indication,  Indication, dosage, action, cotraindication and side effects of discussio answers
dosage, drugs n  Objective
action, side  Effect of drugs on pregnancy, labour & puerperium  Drug type
effects and  .Nursing responsibilities in the administration of drug in book
nurses Obstetrics-oxytocins, antihypertensives, diuretics, tocoyltic  Drug
responsibiliti agents, anti-convulsants; presentati
es in the  Analgesics and anesthesics in obstetrics. on
administratio  Effects of maternal medication on foetus and neonate
n of drugs
used for
mothers
XII 10  Appreciate Family Welfare Programme  Lecture  Essay type
the  Population trends and problems in India discussio  Short
importance  Concepts, aims, importance and history of family welfare n answers
of family programme  Demonstr  Objective
welfare  National population: dynamics, policy and education ation type
programme  National family welfare programme, RCH, ICDS, MCH. Safe  Practice  Assessment
 Describe the motherhood session of skills with
 Organization and administration; at national, state, district, block and
methods of  Supervise check list,
village levels
contraception d practice project and
 Methods of contraception; spacing, temporary and permanent,
and role of
Emergency contraception  Group field visits
nurse in  Infertility and its management project reports
family  Counseling for family welfare  Counseli
welfare  Latest research in contraception ng
programme  Maintenance of vital statistics session
 Role of national, international and voluntary organizations  Field
 Role of a nurse in family welfare programme visits
 Training/Supervision/Collaboration with other functionaries in
community like ANMs. LHVs, Anganwadi workers, TBAs
(Traditional birth attendant Dai)
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Midwifery and obstetrical Nursing-Practical

Placement: Third Year Time: Practical- 180 hours (Third year)


Fourth Year Internship – 240 hours

Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(in week) methods
Antenatal 2  Assessment of  Antenatal history taking  *Conduct  Verification of
clinic/OPD pregnant women  Physical examination Antenatal findings of
 Recording of Weight & B.P.  Examinations Antenatal
 Hb & Urine testing for sugar 30 examinations
and albumin  Health talk-I  Completion of
 Atenatal examination-abdomen  Case book casebook
and breast recordings recordings
 Immunization
 Assessment of risk status
 Teaching antenatal mothers
 Maintenance of Antenatal
records
Labour 4  Assess woman in  Assessment of woman in abour  *Conduct  Assessment of
room O.T labour  Pervaginal examinations and normal clinical
 Carry out per- interpretation deliveries-20 performance
vaginal  Monitoring and caring of  *Pervaginal with rating scale
examinations woman in labour examinations-  Assessment of
 Conduct normal  Maintenance of partograph 5 each skill with
deliveries  Conduct normal delivery  *Perform and checklists
 Perform  Newborn assessment and suture the  Completion of
episiotomy and immediate care epimsiotomie Case book
suture it  Resuscitation of newborns s-5 recordings
 Resuscitate  Assessment of risk status of  *Resuscitate
newborns newborn. newborns-5
 Assist with  Episiotomy and suturing.  *Assist with
casesarean  Maintenance of labour and birth Caesarean
sections MTP and records. Sections-2
other surgical  Arrange for and assist with  *Witness
procedures Caesarean section and care for abnormal
woman & baby during deliveries-5
Caesarean.  Assist with
 Arrange for and assist with MTP and
MTPand other surgical other surgical
procedures. procedures-I
 Case book
recordings
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Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(in week) methods
Postnatal 4 o Provide nursing  Examination and assessment of  *Give care to  Assessment of
ward care to postnatal mother and Baby postnatal clinical
mother and baby  Identification of deviations mothers-20 performance
 Care of postnatal mother and  Health talks-I  Assessment of
o Counsel and baby  Case study- each skill with
teach mother  .Perineal care  Case checklists
and family for  Lactation management p[resentation-  Completion of
parent hood  Breast feeding I case book
 Babybath  Case book recording
 Immunization, recordings  Evaluation of
 .Teaching postnatal mother: case study and
o Mother craft presentation
o Postnatal care & Exercises and health
o Immunization education
sessions
Newborn 2  Provide nursing  Newborn assessment  Case study-I  Assessment of
nursery care to newborn  Admission of neonates  Observation clinical
at risk  Feeding of at risk neonates study-I performance
o Katori spoon, paladin tube  Assessment of
feeding, total parenteral each skill with
nutrition checklists
 Thermal management of  Evaluation of
neonates-kangaroo mother observation
care, care of baby in incubator study.
 Monitoring and care of
neonates
 Administering medications
 Intravenous therapy
 Assisting with diagnostic
procedure
 Assisting with exchange
transfusion
 Care of baby on ventilator
 Phototherapy
 Infection control protocols in
the nursery
 Teaching and counseling of
parents
 Maintenance of neonatal
records
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Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(in week) methods
Family  Rotatio  Counsel for  Counselling technique  *IUD  Assessment of
planning n from and provide  Insertion of IUD Insertion-5 each skill with
clinic postnat family  Teaching on use of family planning  Observation checklists
al welfare methods Study-I Evaluation of
ward I services  Arrange for and Assist with family  Counselling- and observation
wk planning operations 2 study
 Maintenance of records and reports  Simulation
exercise on
recording
and
reporting-I

*Essential Requirements for registration as midwife

*Antenatal examination 30
*Conducting normal deliveries in hospital/home/health centre 2
*Vaginal examination 5
*Episiotomy and suturing 5
*Neonatal resuscitation 5
*Assist with Ceasarean Sections 2
*Witness/Assist abnormal deliveries 5
*Postnatal cases nursed in hospital/home/health centre 20
*Insertion of IUD 5

Note: All casebooks must be certified by teacher on completion of essential requirerments

Internship obstetrical Nursing


Internship Duration – 5 weeks

Area Duration Objective Skills Assignment Assessment


(In weeks) methods
Labour 2  Provide  Integrated  Completion  Assess clinical
ward comprehensive practice of other performance with
care to mothers essential rating scale
Neontal 1 and neonates requirements  Completion of
intensive  Case book case book
care 2 recordings recordings
unit/NICU

Antenatal
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Community Health Nursing-II


Placement: Fourth year Time: Theory - 90 hours
Practical - 135 hours
Course description: This course is designed for students to practice community health nursing for
the individual, family and groups at both urban and rural settings by using concept and principles of
health and community health nursing.

Unit Time Learning Objectives Contents Teaching Assessment


(Hrs) Learning Methods
Activities
I 4  Define concepts, Introduction  Lecture  Essay type
scope, principles and  Definition, concept & scope of Community discussion  Short
historical devel Health Nursing answers
opment of  Historical development of
Community Health o Community health
and community o Community health Nursing
health Nursing -Pre-independence
-Post-independence
II 6  Describe health Health planning and policies and problems  Lecture  Essay type
plans, policies,  National health planning in India-Five Year discussion  Short
various health Plans  Panel answers
committees and  Various committees and commissions on discussion
health problems in health and family welfare
India o Central council for health and family
welfare (CCH and FW)
o National health policies(1983,2002)
o National population policy.
 Health problems in India
III 15  Describe the system Delivery of community health services  Lecture  Essay type
of delivery of  Planning, budgeting and material discussion  Short
community health management of SCs, PHC and CHC  Visits to answers
services in rural and  Rural: Organization, staffing and functions of various health
urban areas rural health services provided by government delivery
 List the functions of at: systems
various levels and o Village  Supervised
their staffing pattern o Subcentre field practice
 Explain the o Primary health centre  Panel
components of o Community health center/subdivisional discussion
health services o Hospitals
 Describ e alternative o District
systems of health o State
promotion and o Centre
health maintenance.  Urban: Organization, staffing and functions
 Describe the chain of urban health services provided by
of referral system government at:
o Slums
o Dispensaries
o Maternal and child health centers
136

Un Time Learning Contents Teaching Assessment


it (Hrs) Objectives Learning Methods
Activities
 o Special Clinics  
o Hospitals
o Corporation/Municipality/Board
 Components of health services
o Environmental sanitation
o Health education
o Vital statistics
o M.C.H-antenatal, natal, postnatal, MTP Act, female
foeticide act, child adoption act
o Family welfare
o National health programmes
o School health services
o Occupational health
o Defence services
o Institutional services
 Systems of medicine and health care
o Allopathy
o Indian system of medicine and Homeopathy
o Alternative health care systems like yoga, meditation,
social and spiritual healing etc
 Referral system
IV 25  Describe Community health nursing approaches, concepts and o Lecture o Essay
community roles and responsibilities of nursing personnel discussion type
health  Approaches o Demonstration o Short
Nursing o Nursing theories And Nursing process o Practice answers.
approaches o Epidemiological approach session
and o Problem solving approach o Supervised
concepts o Evidence based approach field practice.
 Describe o Empowering people to care for themselves o Participation
the roles  Concepts of Primary Health Care: in camps.
and o Equitable distribution o Group Project.
responsibili o Community participation
ties of o Focus on prevention
community o Use of appropriate technology
health o Multi-sectoral approach
nursing  Roles and responsibilities of Community health nursing
personnel personnel in
o Family health services
o Information Education Communication(IEC)
o Management Information System (MIS), Maintenance
of Records & reports
o Trainining and supervision of various categories of
health workers
o National Health Programmes
o Environmental sanitation
o Maternal and child health and Family welfare
o Treatment of Minor ailments
o School Health Services
137

Unit Time Learning Contents Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
o Occupational Health
o Organisation of clinics, camps, Types,
Preparation, Planning, conduct and evaluation
o Waste management in the center, clinics etc.
 Home visit: Concept, Principles, Process, Techniques:
Bag technique home visit
 Qualities of Community Health Nurse
 Job Description of Community health nursing
personnel
V 15  Describe Assisting individuals and groups to promote and  Lecture discussion  Essay type
and maintain their health  Demonstration  Short
appreciate  Empowerment for self care of individuals, families and  Practice session answers
the groups in-  Supervised field
activities A. Assessment of self and family practice
of o Monitoring growth and development  Individual/group/f
communit -Mile stones amily/community
y health -Weight measurement health education
nurse in -Social development
assisting o Temperature and Blood pressure monitoring
individual o Mestrual cycle
s and o Breast self examination and testicles
groups to o Warning signs sof various diseases
promote o Tests: Urine for sugar and albumin, blood sugar
and
maintain B.Seek health services for
their o Routine checkup
health o Immunization
o Counseling
o Diagnosis
o Treatment
o Follow up

C.Maintenance of health records for self and family

D.Continue medical care and follow up in community


for various diseases and disabilities

E.Carryout therapeutic procedures as


prescribed/required for self and family

F. Waste Management
 Collection and disposable of waste at home and
community
G. Sensitize and handle social issues affecting health
and development for self and family
138

Unit Time Learning Contents Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
 Women Empowerment
 Women and child abuse
 Abuse of elders
 Female Foeticide .Commercial sex workers
 Food adulteration
 Substance abuse

H. Utilize community resources for self and family

o Trauma services
o Old age homes
o Orphanage
o Homes for physically and mentally challenged
individuals
o Home for destitute
VI 20  Describe National health and family welfare programmes and  Lecture  Essay type
national the role of a nurse discussion  Short
health 1) 1). National ARI programme  Participation in answers
and 2) 2)Revised National tuberculosis Control Programme national health
family (RNTCP) programmes
welfare 3) 3)national Anti-Malaria Programme  Field visits
program 4) 4)National Filaria control programme
mes and 5) 5)National
role of a Guinea worm eradication programme
nurse 6) 6)National Leprosy eradication programme
 Describe
the
various
health
schemes
in India

Unit Time Learning Contents Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
7) National AIDS control
programme
8)STD control programme
9)National programme for
control of blindness
10)Iodine deficiency
disorder programme
11)Expanded programme
on immunization
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12)National Family
Welfare Programme-RCH
Programme historical
development, organization,
administration, research,
constraints
13)National water supply
and sanitation programme
14)Minimum Need
programme
15)National Diabetics
control programme
16)Polio Eradication:
Pulse Polio Programme
17)National Cancer
Control Programme
18)Yaws Eradictation
Programme
19)National Nutritional
Anemia Prophylaxis d
programme
20) 20 point programme
21) ICDS programme
22) Mid-day meal applied
nutritional programme
23) National mental health
programme
 Health schemes
o ESI
o CGHS
o Health insurance

Unit Time Learning Contents Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
VII 5 Explain the . Lecture discussion . Essay type
roles and . Field visits .Short answers
functions of . Health Agencies
140

various International- WHO,


national and UNFPA, UNDP, World
international Bank, FAO, UNICEF,
health DANIDA, European
agencies Commission (EC), red
cross, USAID, UNESCO,
Colombo Plan, ILO,
CARE etc.
National-indian Red
Cross,Indian Council for
child welfare,family
planning Association of
India.
(FPAI), Tuberculosis
Association of India,
Hindu Kusht Nivaran
Sangh, Central Social
Welfare Board, All India
women’s conference, Blind
Association of India etc.

Community Health
Nursing-II-Practical

Placement: Fourth Year Time: Practical – 135 hours


Internship -
195 hours

Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(in week) methods
Community 1 wk for .Identify .Community . Community .Assess clinical
health urban 4 community health survey report- performance
nursing wk for profile survey I with rating
rural .Identify .Community . Family care scale
prevalent diagnosis study-I .Evaluation of
communicabl Family .Project-I community
e and non- care: Home .Health talk-I survey report,
communicabl adaptation .Case book family care
e diseases of common recording study, project
Diagnose procedures and health
health needs talk
of individual, .Completion
families of activity
and community record.
Completion of
case book
recording
141

Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(in week) methods
. Plan, Home visit: Bag
provide and technique
evaluate care Organize and
Participate in conduct clinics-
school health attenatal,
program postnatal, well
Participate in baby clinic,
national camps etc
health .Screen manage
programs and referrals for:
.Organize o High risks
group for mothers and
self help and neonates
involve cients o Accidents amd
in their own emergencies
health o Illness Physical
activities and mental
.Provide o Disabilities
family . Conduct
welfare delivery at
services centre/home:
.Counsel and episiotomy and
educate suturing
individual, .Resuscitate
family and newborn
community . School Health
. Collect vital programme
health o Screen,
statstics manage, refer
. Maintain children
Records & .Collaborate with
reports health and allied
agencies
.Train and
Supervise health
workers
. Provide family
welfare services:
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insertion of IUD
. Counsel and
teach individual,
family and
community about:
HIV, TB,
Diabetes,
hypertension,
Mental health,
adolescents,
elderly’s health,

Areas Duration Objectives Skills Assignments Assessment


(in week) methods
Physically and
mentally
challenged
individuals etc
. Collect and
calculate vital
health statistics
. Document and
maintain
o Individual,
family and
administrati-ve
records.
o Write reports-
center, disease,
national health
programme/pro-
jects

Placement: Internship Time: 4 weeks

Area Duration Objective Skills Assessment


Urban 4 weeks . Provide comprehensive .Integrated . Assess clinical
care to individual, practice and performance with
family and community group project I in rating scale
each rural and . Evaluation of
urban project
143

Note: During the rural posting they should stay in health centres under the
supervision of teachers

Nursing Research and Statistics


Placement: Fourth Year Time: Theory – 45 Hours
Internship Practical - 45 Hours

Course Description: The Course is designed to enable students to develop an


understanding of basic concepts of research, research process and statistics. It
is further, structured to conduct/participate in need based research studies in
various settings and utilize the research findings to provide quality nursing
care. The hours for practical will be utilized for conduct individual/group
research project.

Unit Time Learning Content Training Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
I 4 . Describe the Research and . Lecture Discussion . Short answer
concept of research process . Narrate steps of . Objective
research, terms, . Instroduction and research process type
need and areas need for nursing followed from
of research in research examples of
nursing. Definition of Research published studies
. Explain the & nursing research
steps of research . Steps of scientific
process method
. Characteristics of
good research
. Steps of Research
process-overview
II 3 . Identify and Research . Lecture Discussion . Short answer
state the problem/Question . Exercise on writing .Objective
research . Identification of statement of type
problem and problem area problem and
objectives . Problem statement objectives
. Criteria of a good
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research problem
. Writing objectives
III 3 . Review the Review of Literature . Lecture Discussion . Short answer
related lterature . Location . Exercise on .Objective
. Sources reviewing one type
. On line search; research
CINHAL, report/article for a
COCHRANE etc. selected research
. Purposes problem .
. Method of review . Prepare annotated
bibliography

Unit Time Learning Content Training Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
IV 4 . Describe the Research approaches . Lecture Discussion . Short answer
research and designs . Explain types . Objective
designs . Historical, survey and of research type
experimental approaches used
. Qualitative and from examples
Quantitative designs published and
unpublished
research studies with
rationale
V 8 . Explain the Sampling and data . Lecture Discussion . Short answer
sampling process collection . reading assignment . Objective
. Describe . Definition of on examples of data type
the methods of population, sample, collection tools.
data collection sampling criteria . Preparation of
factors influencing sample data
sampling process, types collection tool.
of sampling techniques. . Conduct group
. Data-why, what, from research project
whom, when and where
to collect.
. Data collection
methods and
instruments:
o Methods of data
collection
o Questioning,
interviewing
o Obserations, record
analysis and
measurement
o Types of instruments
o Validity & Reliability
of the instrument
o Pilot study
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o Data collection
procedure
VI 4 . Analyze, Analysis of data: . Lecture Discussion . Short answer
interpret and . Compilation, . Preparation of . Objective
summarize the tabulation, sample tables type
research data Classification,
summarization,
presentation,
interpretation of data.
VII 15 . Explain the use Introduction to . Lecture Discussion . Short answer
of statistics, scale statistics . Practice on . Objective
of measurement . Definition, use of graphical type
and graphical statistics, scales of presentations
presentation of measurement . Practice on
data . Frequency computation of
distribution and measures of central
graphical presentation tendency, variability
of data & correlation
. Mean, Median, Mode,
Standard deviation

Unit Time Learning Content Training Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities Methods
. Describe the . Normal probability
measures of and tests of significance
central tendency . Co-efficient of
and variability correlation
and methods of . Statistical packages
correlation and its application
VIII 4 . Communicate Communication and . Lecture Discussion . Short
and utilize the utilization of research . Read/Presentations answer
research . Communication of of a sample . Objective
findings research findings published/unpublished type
O Verbal report research report . Oral
O Writing research . Writing group presentation
report research project . Assessment
O Writing scientific of group
article/paper research
- Critical review project
of published
research
- Utilization of
research
findings
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Management of Nursing
Services and Education

Placement: Fourth year Time: theory – 90 hrs

Course Description: This course is designed to enable students acquire


understanding of management of clinical and community health nursing
services, nursing educational programmes. This is also designed to enable
students to acquire understandisng of the professional responsibilities,
prospects and contribute the growth of the profession.

Unit Time (Hrs) Learning Objectives Content Teaching Assessment


Learning methods
Activities
I 4 . Explain the Introduction to . Lecture . Short
principles and management in Discussion answerws
functions of nursing . Explain
management . Definition, using
concepts and organization
theories chart
. Functions of
management
. Principles of
Management
. Role of Nurse as a
manager

Unit Time (Hrs) Learning Objectives Content Teaching Assessment


147

Learning methods
Activities
II 5 . Describe the Management . Lecture . Essay type
elements and process process Discussion . Short answer
of management . Planning; . Simulated
mission, Exercises
philosophy, . Case studies
objectives,
operational plan
. Staffing:
Philosophy,
staffing, study,
norms, activities,
patient
classification
systems,
scheduling
. Human resource
management;
recruiting,
selecting,
deployment,
retaining,
promoting, super
annuation etc
. Budgeting:
concept, principles,
types, cost benefit
analysis, audit
. Material
management:
equipment and
supplies
. Directing process
(Leading)
. Controlling:
quality
management
. Program
Evaluation review
Technique
(PERT), Bench
marking, Activity
Plan (Gantt
Chart).
148

Unit Time (Hrs) Learning Objectives Content Teaching Assessment


Learning methods
Activities
III 8 20 . Describe the Management of . Lecture . Essay type
Management of nursing services in Discussion . Short
nursing services in the hospital . answers
the hospital and Community Demonstration . Assessment
Community . Planning: . Simulated of problem
O Hospital and Exercises solving
patient care units . Case studies exercises.
including ward Supervised . Assessment
management practice in of the
O Emergency and ward-writing assignments
disaster indents, . Performance
management preparing evaluation by
. Human resosurce duty roaster, ward sister
management ward with rating
O Recruiting, supervision scale
seleclting, . Assignment
deployment, on duties and
retaining, responsibilities
promoting, of ward sister
superannuation etc . Writing
O Categories of report
nursing personnel
including job
description of all
levels
O
Patient/population
classification
systems
O
Patients/population
assignment and
Nursing care
responsibilities
O Staff
development and
welfare
. Budgeting:
proposal,
projecting
requirements for
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staff, equipments
and supplies for
O Hospital and
patient care units
O Emergency and
disaster
management
. Material
Management;
procurement,
inventory control,
auditing and
maintenance in

Unit Time (Hrs) Learning Content Teaching Assessment


Objectives Learning methods
Activities
O Hosptal and patient
care units
O Emergency and
disaster management
. Directing and leading:
Delegation,
participatory
management
O Assignments,
rotations, delegations
O Supervision &
guidance
O Implement
standards, policies,
procedures and
practices
O Staff development
and welfare
O Maintenance of
discipline
.
Controlling/Evaluation:
O Nursing
Rounds/Visits, Nursing
protocols, Manuals
O Quality Assurance
Model documentation
O Records and reports
performance appraisal
IV 5 . Describe the Organizational . Lecture . Essay type
concepts, theories behavior and human Discussion . Short
150

and techniques of relations . Role plays answers


organizational . Concepts and theories . Group . Assessment
behavior and of organizational games of problem
human relations behaviours . Self solving
. Review sof channels of assessment
communication . Case
Leadership styles discussion
. Review of motivation, . Practice
concepts and theories session
. Group dynamics
. Techniques of:
O Communication; and
O Interpersonal
relationships
O Human relations;
. Public relations in
context of nursing
. Relations with
professional
associations and
employee unions and
collective bargaining

Unit Time (Hrs) Learning Content Teaching Assessment


Objectives Learning methods
Activities
V 5 5 . Participate in In service education . Lecture . Short
planning and . Nature & scope of Discussikon Answer
organizing in inservice education . Plan & . Objective
service education program, conduct an type
program . Organization of in educational . Assess the
service education session for in planning &
. Principles of adult service conduct of
learning, nursing the
. Planning for in – personnel educational
service education session
program, techniques,
methods & evaluation of
staff education program
. Preparation of report
VI 10 . Describe Management of nursing . Lecture . Essay type
management of educational institutions Discussion . Short
Nursing . Establishment of . Role plays answers
educational Nursing educational Counseling
institutions institution-INC norms session
and guidelines . Group
. Co-ordination with Exercises
O Regulatory bodies
O Accreditation
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O Affiliation
- Philosophy/
objectives
- Organization
O Structure
O Committees
- Physical
facilities
O College/School
O Hostel
- Students
0 Selection
0 Admission
0 Guidance and
Counseling
0 Maintaining discipline
- Faculty and staff
O Selection
O Recruitment
O Job description
O Placement
O Performance
appraisal
O Development and
welfare
. Budgeting
. Equipments and
supplies: audio visual
equipments, laboratory
equipments, books,
journals etc

Unit Time Learning Content Teaching Learning Assessment


(Hrs) Objectives Activities methods

. Curriculum;
Planning,
implementation
and evaluation
. Clinical facilities
. Transport
facilities
. Institutional
Records and
reports-
administrative,
faculty, staff and
students
VII 10 . Describe the Nursing as a Lecture Discussion Short
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ethical and legal


profession Case Discussion answers
responsibilities
. Nursing as a Panel Discussion Assessment
of a professional
profession Role plays of critical
nurse O Philosophy; Critical incidents incidents.
. Explain the nursing practice Visit to INC/SNRC’s
nursing practice
O Aims and
standards objectives
O Characteristics
of a professional
nurse
O Regulatory
bodies; INC, SNC
acts; constitution,
functions
O Current trends
and issues in
Nursing
. Professional ethics
O Code of ethics;
INC, ICN
O Code of p
rofessional conduct,
INC, ICN
. Practice standards
for Nursing; INC
. Consumer
protection act
. Legal Aspects in
Nursing
O Legal terms
related to practice;
registration and
licensing
O Laws related to
nursing practice;
Breach and
penalties
O Malpractice and
negligence
VIII 3 . Explain the Professional . Lecture Discussion . Short
various Advancement: .Review/presentation answers
opportunities . Continuing Of published articles
education

Unit Time (Hrs) Learning Content Teaching Assessment


Objectives Learning methods
Activities
for professional . Career opportunities . Group work
advancement . Collective bargaining on
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. Membership with maintenance


professional of bulletin
Organizations; board
National and
International
. Participcation in
research activities
. Publications,
Journals, newspapers
etc.