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THE COLLEGE OF MAASIN

Nisi Dominus Frustra


Tunga-Tunga, Maasin City, Southern Leyte, Philippines

COURSE SYLLABUS
NCM 101: CARE OF MOTHER, CHILD and FAMILY
First Semester, Academic Year 2016-2017

National Goal : The attainment of globally competitive Filipinos through quality and excellent education, relevant and responsive to changing environment, accessible and equitable to
deserving students, and efficient and effective in optimizing returns and benefits.
Vision : The College of Maasin as a dynamic learning institution that commits its life resources and ministry toward the development of persons, nurtured by faith and by the liberating
process of excellent learning toward holistic and creative action for social renewal.

Mission : The College of Maasin, with the integration of instruction, research and extension, commits itself in seeking a life of faith, learning and action to develop people into
becoming God-loving citizens with integrity in character, intellectually competent and honest, morally and ethically sensitive, excellence in work performance, creatively
aware and responsive to the needs and aspirations of the people for the realization of a just, free and responsible Christian social order.

Goals : 1. To develop competent and honest administrators, faculty, staff, and dedicated students to learning who are nurtured in Christian values anchored in knowledge and deep
social awareness.
2. To attain harmony in the climate of organization which allows the process of collective decision-making and action that involves the quality participation of various sectors
by cultivating in them the values of mutual trust and respect.
3. To offer relevant curricular and co-curricular programs; methodology of teaching and system of learning which foster development of creative thinking, human dignity
and responsibility, social awareness, and cultivates social responsibility and involvement.
4. To provide quality and excellent performance in the service that reflects the values of justice and equality, acknowledges the dignity of labor, and develops commitment
to duty and social responsibility.
5. To implement an effective and efficient academic-community action programs that enhances the development of people in poor communities by generating activities for
school-community cooperation.
6. To design and implement infrastructure projects in support of the development and sustainability of the institution.

Institutional Outcomes:

After four years, the graduate will be able to:


 Develop Christian values and attitude of honesty, moral and ethical sensitivity for the total well-being of man (physical, emotional and spiritual),
 Develop intellectual competence for creative awareness and responsiveness to the needs of people, and
 Develop collaborative competencies such as entrepreneurial skills, productive and social skills to meet the human resource demands of the local, national and global communities.
Program Outcomes:

Upon graduation, the BSN Degree students will be able to:


A. Common to all programs in all types of schools:
a. Articulate and discuss the latest developments in the specific field of practice,
b. Effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino,
c. Work effectively and independently in multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams,
d. Act in recognition of professional, social, and ethical responsibility, and
e. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”.
B. Common to discipline:
a. Demonstrate clinical competence in specific profession
b. Exhibit health professional and ethical practice
c. Practice inter-professional education
d. Exercise communication skills/become an educator
e. Continue to become a lifelong learner (personal/continuing professional development)
f. Become leader/manager/systems approach to healthcare
g. Become researcher
h. Become social advocate/mobilizer
C. Specific to BSN Degree program:
a. Apply knowledge of physical, social, natural and health sciences and humanities in the practice of nursing.
b. Perform safe, appropriate and holistic care to individuals, families, population groups and communities utilizing nursing process.
c. Apply guidelines and principles of evidence-based practice in the delivery of competent nursing care responsive the needs of the people.
d. Practice nursing in accordance with existing laws, legal, ethical and moral principles.
e. Communicate effectively in writing, speaking, and presenting using cultural-appropriate language.
f. Report and document on client care accurately and comprehensively.
g. Collaborate effectively with inter-, intra-, and multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams
h. Practice beginning management and skills using system approach in the delivery of the client care.
i. Conduct research with an experienced researcher.
j. Engage in lifelong learning with a passion to keep current with national and global developments in general and nursing and health developments in particular.
k. Demonstrate responsible citizenship and pride in being a Filipino.
l. Design and apply techno-intelligent care systems and processes in health care delivery
m. Adapt the nursing core values in the delivery of nursing care.
n. Develop entrepreneurial skills in the delivery of nursing skills.
D. Common to a horizontal type as defined in CMO No. 46, series of 2012:
a. Participate in various types of employment, development activities, and public discourses, particularly in response to the needs of the communities one serves.

A. Course Details

Course Name NCM 101


Principles and techniques of caring for the normal mothers, infants, children and family and the application of principles and concepts on family and
Course Description family health nursing process.

Number of Units 4 units lecture, 4units RLE [1unit Skills Lab/3units Clinical]

Prerequisite FNP, Health Assessment, Anatomy and Physiology

Co-requisite Microbiology and Parasitology

B. Course Outcomes and its relationship to Program Outcomes

COURSE OUTCOMES PROGRAM OUTCOMES

At the end of the course, given actual or simulated situations/conditions involving the client (normal n
a b c d e f g h I j k l m
pregnant woman, mother, and/or newborn baby, children and the family), the student will be able to:
1. Utilize the nursing process in the holistic care of client for the promotion and maintenance of health.
1.1 Assess with the client his/her health condition and risk factors affecting health
1.2 Identify wellness /at risk nursing diagnosis
1.3 Plan with client appropriate interventions for health promotion and maintenance of health
1.4 Implement with client appropriate interventions for health promotion and health maintenance
taking into consideration relevant principles and techniques
1.5 Evaluate with client the progress of one’s health condition and outcomes of care
2. Ensure a well-organized recording and reporting system

3. Observe bioethical principles and the core values (love of God, caring, love country and
of people)

4. Relate effectively with clients, members of the health team and others in work situations related to
nursing and health

C. Learning Plan

Teaching and Resource References


Course Intended Learning Outcomes Course Content/Subject Matter Hours Assessment Tools
Learning Activities Materials
At the end of the learning experience, the  CM Vision, Mission and Goals 1.0  Class Recitation  Oral Recitation  Laptop 1
students will be able to:  Course Outline  Discussion  Demonstration  LCD
 Understand, memorize and reflect the  Grading System with questions Projector
vision and mission of the College,  Course Requirements
and
 Grasp and relate the course outline,
understand the computation of grades
based on the grading system and
course requirements.

Values:
 Appreciate and disseminate
information about the institution.

UNIT I T h e F a m i l y a n d
At the end of the learning experience, the Family H e a l t h
students will be able to: 1. Concepts/ Definition of family
1. Define Family 2. Family structure and functions
2. Describe family structures , function, 3. Universal characteristics of
roles and ways that these are changing families
3. Explain the family stages and tasks 4. Characteristics of a healthy family
4. Summarize the universal characteristics 5. Family stages and tasks6. Levels
of families of prevention in family health
5. State the level of prevention in family
health

Values:

At the end of the learning experience, the UNIT II.
students will be able to: The Family Health Nursing Process
1. Define family health nursing and 1. Definition of family health
family nursing process nursing & family nursing process
2. State the principles of family nursing 2. Principles of family nursing
process process
3. Enumerate the steps of family health 3.Steps of the family health nursing
nursing process process
4. Choose one family and assess the 4. Initial assessment/data base for
health status family nursing practice
5. Act as advocate of values and 5. Family structure/characteristics/
practices on health promotion dynamics
Values: 6. Social, economic & cultural
 factors
7. Health status of each family
member
8. Values & practices on health
promotion

PREMIDTERM EXAMINATION 1.5

At the end of the learning experience, the UNIT III


students will be able to: Methods of Data Gathering
1. Apply appropriate methods for data 1. Health assessment of each
gathering family member
Values: 2. Observation
 3. Interview
4. Review of records/reports & laboratory
results
5. Assessment of home & environment
6. Tools used in family assessment:
genogram, Eco map, initial database,
family assessment guide, Eco map, initial
database, family assessment guide

At the end of the learning experience, the UNIT IV.


students will be able to:
Typology of Nursing Problems in Family
1. Discuss the typology of nursing problems.
Nursing Practice
2. Assess one family and determine ability to
perform the health tasks. 1. 1st level assessment: identify health
threats, foreseeable crisis, health deficits
Values: & wellness potential/state
2. 2nd level assessment: determining
family’s ability to perform the family
health tasks on each health threat, health
deficit, foreseeable crisis or wellness
potential

At the end of the learning experience, the UNIT V. Statement of a Family


students will be able to: Health Nursing Problem- health problem
1. Formulate family health nursing and cause/ contributing factors or health
problem based on the identified condition and factors related with non-
problems and factors. performance of family health tasks
Values: methods/tools

1. Formulate nursing care plan according to UNIT VI


identified family health problems Developing the Care Plan
2. Rank the family health according to 1. Priority setting: criteria
priority. 2. Defining/setting goals/objectives
3. Critique sample family care plan. 3. Specifying intervention plan
4. Developing the evaluation
plan, specifying

.
1. Discuss the different categories of nursing UNIT VII.
interventions. Categories of nursing interventions in
family nursing practice include:
1. Human becoming: methods/processes
2. Competency-based teaching
3. Motivation-support for behavior
change/lifestyle modification
1. Classify the health care strategies UNIT VIII
according to categories Categories of health care strategies and
2. Choose from among the categories the intervention
health care strategies and interventions 1. Preventive
appropriate to solve the family health 2.Curative
problems 3. Rehabilitative
4. Facilitative
5. Facilitation
6. Direct
1. Distinguish qualitative and quantitative UNIT IX
data for evaluation. Evaluation
2. Identify the methods and sources of 1. Qualitative & quantitative data for
evaluative data. evaluation
3. Explain the criteria in evaluation 2. Methods & sources of evaluative data
4. Make an evaluation of the plan of action 3. Steps in evaluation
4. Evaluation criteria
5. Evaluation in family nursing practice
1. State the importance and uses of records UNIT X
& reports. Records in Family Health Nursing
Practice
1. Importance & uses
2. Types of records& reports
1. Describe the anatomy and physiology UNIT XI
pertinent to reproductive and sexual Mother and Child Health
health 1.Procreative health
a. Definition and theories related to
procreation
b. Process of human reproduction
c. Risk factors that will lead to genetic
disorders
d. Common tests for determination of
genetic abnormalities
e. Utilization of the nursing process in the
prevention of genetic alteration and in the
care of clients seeking services before &
during conception
At the end of the learning experience, the XII. Antepartum/ Pregnancy
students will be able to: 1. Anatomy & physiology of the male and
female reproductive system
Values: 2. Physiology of menstrual cycle
3. The process of conception
4. Fetal circulation
5. Milestones of fetal development
6. Estimating the EDC
7. Common teratogens and their effects
8. Health history: past, present, potential,
biographical data, menstrual history,
current pregnancy (EDD, AOG, gravid,
para), previous pregnancies & outcomes
(TPAL score), gynecologic history,
medical history, nutritional status
9. Normal changes during pregnancy :
a. Local & systematic physical changes
including vital signs, review of systems
b. Emotional changes including ‘angers in
pregnancy’
c. Leopold’s maneuver
10. Danger signs of pregnancy
11. Normal diagnostic/laboratory findings
& deviations :
 Pregnancy test
 Urine test
 Blood test (CBC)
 ultrasound
12. Appropriate nursing diagnoses
13. Addressing the needs and discomforts
of pregnant mothers
14. Prenatal exercises
15. Preparation for labor and delivery
MIDTERM EXAM
XIII. Intrapartum (Process of Labor &
Delivery)
1. Factors affecting labor & delivery
process- passenger, passage, power
(primary and secondary) and placenta
2. Functional relationships of presenting
part
3. Theories of labor onset
4. Common signs of labor
5. Stages of labor & delivery
6. Common discomforts of the woman
during labor and delivery
7. Danger signs during labor & delivery
8. Appropriate nursing diagnoses
9. Care of clients experiencing labor &
delivery process
10. Physical & psychological preparation
of the client:
 Explanation of the procedure,
Securing informed consent,
provision of safety, comfort &
privacy (proper positioning,
draping, constant feedback,
therapeutic touch
11. Monitoring of progress of labor
delivery
12. Provision of personal hygiene, safety
& comfort measures e.g. perineal care,
management of labor pain, bladder and
bowel elimination
13. Coping mechanisms of woman’s
partner and family of the stresses of
pregnancy, labor and delivery &
puerperium
14. Preparation of the labor & delivery
room
15. Preparation of health personnel

PREFINAL EXAM
At the end of the learning experience, the XIV. Post-Partum
students will be able to:
1. Define each key term
1. Definition
2. Assesses the woman's recovery from
the birth process with a thorough 2. Specific body changes on the mother
Post-partum assessment. 3. Psychological changes on the mother

3. Describe postpartum changes in 4. Phases of puerperium


maternal systems and the nursing
“Taking In”
care associated with those changes.
“Taking Hold”
“Letting Go”
4. Determines the woman's ability to
meet the biopsychosocial needs 5. Monitoring of vital signs, uterine
following birth and identifies involution, amount & pattern of lochia,
potential problems. emotional responses, responses to drug
therapy, episiotomy healing
6. Possible complications during
postpartum : bleeding &infection
5. Identifies individualized nursing 7. Appropriate nursing diagnoses
diagnoses and states related outcome
criteria. 8. Nursing care of mothers during
postpartum
6. Describe how to use family a. Safety measures: limitations in
planning methods for contraception movement, protection from falls,
or infertility management provision of adequate clothing, wound
care e.g. episiotomy
b. Comfort measures: exercises, initiation
of lactation, relief of discomforts like
7. Applies theoretical data to nursing breast engorgement and nipple sores,
practice. hygienic measures, maintaining adequate
nutrition
c. Measures to prevent complication:
ensuring adequate uterine contraction to
Values: prevent bleeding, adequate monitoring,
early ambulation, prompt referral for
complications
d. Support for the psychosocial
adjustment of the mother
e. Health teaching needs of mother,
newborn, family
f. Accurate documentation and reporting
as needed
9. Health beliefs & practices of different
cultures in pregnancy, labor delivery,
puerperium
10. Current trends in maternal and child
care
11. Family planning
a. Natural methods- Standard Days
Method (SDM) with cycle beads,
Billing’s Method, sympto-thermal
method, lactation amenorrhea method
(LAM)
b. Artificial methods- use of hormones,
intra-uterine device, barrier methods,
tubal ligation, vasectomy

At the end of the learning experience, the


XV. The Newborn
students will be able to:
1. Explain the physiologic changes that A. Profile of the newborn
occur in the respiratory and
1. Physiologic function & appearance
cardiovascular systems during the
transition from fetal to neonatal life.  APGAR score, Ballard’s score,
2. Describe thermoregulation in newborn. Review of systems,
Anthropometric measurements
3. Describe the normal characteristics of a (weight, head, chest, abdomen
term newborn. circumference, length, other
relevant measures)
2. Vital signs, patent airway
4. Perform assessment tools for newborns
well-being. 3. Behavioral assessment & other
significant information
5. Explain the importance of newborn
screening tests. 4. Newborn screening

6. Describe the purpose and use of routine


prophylactic medications for the normal
newborn

7. Explain the nurse’s responsibility in B. Nursing care of the newborn.


ongoing cardiorespiratory and
thermoregulatory assessment and care. 1. Establishment of respiration
2. Maintaining patent airway
8. Identify the nutritional and fluid needs of
the infant. 3. Water/oil bath, tub bath, changing of
diapers,
9. Identify appropriate nursing care
4. Eye prophylaxis
appropriate for newborns needs.
5. Cord care
6. Vitamin K administration
7. Regulation of temperature
8. Sensory stimulation (audio & tactile)
9. Vestibular stimulation
10. Breast feeding
11. Burping
12. Elimination
13. Cuddling

10. Assess a newborn for normal growth and C. Concept on Growth & Development
development he/she has achieved
1. Definition
11. Describes principles of growth and
development and developmental stages 2. Principles of growth & development
according to major theorists. (GD)
12. Formulate nursing diagnoses that address
wellness as well as both potential for and 3. Major factors influencing GD
an actual delay in G&D 4. Foundations of GD
13. Identify the major factors influencing
growth and development  Age Periods
14. Plan nursing care interventions to assist a  Methods of studying GD –cross-
child in achieving and maintaining normal sectionals, longitudinal
growth and development.  Patterns of GD
15. Implement appropriate nursing actions to  Individual differences
support normal growth and development.
5. Biologic growth & development
16. Evaluate expected outcomes to be certain
that nursing goals related to growth and 6. Development of mental function &
development has been achieved. personality development
7. Theories:
- psychosexual
- psychosocial
- cognitive
- moral
- relational
- behaviorism
8.Development of self-concept- body
image, self-esteem
9. Development of sexuality

D. The Infant and Family


1. Definition of terms
2. Growth & development of the infant
 biologic- proportional
changes & maturation of
systems, development
milestones – fine & gross
motor, language,
psychosocial
development, cognitive
development, social
development,
development of social
image, temperament
3. Coping with concerns related to normal
growth & development, e.g. separation
anxiety, teething, etc.
4. Promotion of health during infancy
5. Prevention of injury

E. The Toddler & the Family


1. Definition
2. Growth & development of the toddler –
biologic, developmental milestone,
psychosocial, cognitive, social, spiritual,
sexuality, and body image development
3. Coping with concerns related to normal
growth &development
4. Promotion of health during toddlerhood
5. Prevention of injury

F. The Preschooler and the Family


1. Definition of terms
2. Growth & development- biologic,
developmental milestone, psychosocial,
cognitive, social & moral development
3. Coping with concerns related to normal
growth &development
4. Promotion of health
5. Prevention of injury

G. The Schooler and the Family


1. Definition of terms
2. Growth & development- biological,
psychosocial, cognitive, moral, spiritual,
social & self-concept development
3. Coping with concerns related to normal
growth and development
4. Promotion of health during school age
period
5. Prevention of injury

H. The Adolescent & the Family


1. Definition of terms
2. Growth & development – biologic,
psychosocial, cognitive, moral, spiritual
and social development
3. Promotion of health during adolescence

I. Adulthood
1. Early adulthood
a. Theories, physiological, cognitive,
moral &psychosocial development
b. Nursing implications
2. Middle adulthood
a. Physical, cognitive, moral and
psychosocial development
b. Nursing implications
3. Late adulthood
a. Viewpoints on aging
b. Theories of aging
c. Biologic, sociologic, psychological
changes
d. Needs of older persons
e. Nursing implications

FINAL EXAMINATION 1.5

Total Number of Hours 54

D. References

1. The College of Maasin Student Manual


2. ________________________________
3. ________________________________
4. ________________________________
5. ________________________________

E. Grading System

MID-TERM/FINAL TENTATIVE GRADE FINAL GRADE

Class Standing
Participation - 10% Mid−Term Grade+Final Tentative Grade
Final Grade = 2
(Oral, Attendance, Compliance, etc.)
Quizzes - 30%
Projects - 10%
Assignments - 10%
Term Examination 40 % = 100%
60%

F. Class Policies and Requirements

 During the first day of class, students should submit their official registration forms to the subject-teacher for signature. The official registration form serves as evidence that a student is
officially enrolled in the class.

 All students are obliged to attend class regularly.

 A student may be accepted in class even after being late for 15 minutes but the student should be marked late during that session. If a student is habitually late, the instructor should refer the
student to OSDS for appropriate sanction.

 Due to illness or some other valid reasons students may be excused from the class provided that they can present a medical certificate/certificate of appearance issued by a physician or
concerned authority, respectively.

 Any student who accumulated three (3) unexcused absences from class must be referred to the guidance and counseling office to obtain a reentry slip to be presented to the instructor upon
assumption to the class.

 A student who accumulated absences equivalent to 20% of the total number of contact hours shall be automatically dropped from the class.

 No student is allowed to take the mid-term and final examinations unless he/she presents the examination permit card issued by the Cashier’s office.

 Students are required to wear the prescribed school uniform.

 Students with special needs shall be dealt with appropriately depending on the course’s activities and requirements.
Prepared by: Reviewed by: Approved by:

__________________ MYRRHA F. TAGANAS, RN MIRALUNA B. CATURAN, RN, MAN


Instructor Assistant to the Dean Dean - College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences
CONFIRMATION AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
We have read the course syllabus and we understand that we have to comply with the requirements of the course and the expectations from us as a student of NCM 101: CAREOF MOTHER,
CHILD and FAMILY the First Semester of Academic Year 2016-2017 and we are fully aware of the consequences of non-compliance with the
Above mentioned requirements and expectations. Furthermore, a copy of which was provided for reproduction and individual reference and guide.
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