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CLI NICAL TEACHING PLAN

Instructional Situation:

I. CLINICAL DESCRIPTION: The nursing students’ exposure to the OB ward, is part of an overall related learning
experience program, intended to let the students gain knowledge, skills and attitude in caring for patients with
maternal concerns. It enables the students’ to have an actual exposure to a live birth delivery. It will help students
apply the concept and principles in patient care and perform functions and activities of a beginning staff nurse in
the area.

a. STUDENTS: 2nd year Nursing students


 Number of students: 8 students
 Entry Competency: Background knowledge in: Anatomy & Physiology, Maternal and
Child Nursing, Nursing Process

b. AREA OF EXPOSURE: General Emilio Aguinaldo Memorial Hospital


c. DURATION OF EXPOSURE: 8 hours per day, 2 days a week lasting for 1-2 weeks (April 3 & 4 2019)
d. CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR: Professor Marjorie Fay P. Sta. Maria, RN, MAN, PhD
e. JUNIOR CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR: Myrtle Yvonne M. Ragub (BSN4-2)
II. GRADING SYSTEM:
Skills/Attitude: 50%
Attendance: 10%
Requirement: 15%
Evaluation Exam: 25%
100%
III. TERMINAL COMPTENCY: At the end of 1-2 weeks clinical rotation, the students will have applied the concepts
& principles in patient care and perform functions necessary to develop and enhance the 11 National Core
Competency Standards for Filipino Nurses as we prepare them to acquire skills of a beginning staff nurse in the
area.

TERMINAL COMPETENCIES ACTIVITIES EVALUATION

JUNIOR CLINICAL STUDENTS


INSTRUCTOR
Given 2 weeks of delivery Reviews assessment skills Review history taking, Observation on
room nursing experience (subjective/objective), obtaining physical examination actual clinical
handling patients with obstetric complete patient history techniques. performance using
problems, students will be able evaluation tool.
to: Guides students in interacting with Prioritize patient needs
patients, patient’s relatives, and and render care
with members of the health team accordingly.
a. Apply the principle of
infection control Assist and supervise students in Establish NPI with client
measures performing procedures and in the and client’s relatives.
b. Use interpersonal conduct of health education
communication skills Communicate and
and ethics specific Guides student in accurate and provide adequate
to the care of the complete documentation referrals to health care
postnatal woman teams regarding patient
c. Assess postnatal care.
woman during
admission to the unit Review procedure prior
through the following to application
lines:
* Observe and record Evaluate outcome &
the following every 15 procedures rendered.
minute /2hours.
• Observe type & Perform proper and
amount of lochia. complete
• Check maternal vital documentation.
signs.
• Check uterine
contraction.
• Assess the condition
of the urinary bladder.
• Assess the condition
of the perineum.
d. Clean the woman,
change her clothes,
swab the perineum and
apply clean pad.
e. Put the infant to the
breast as soon as
possible to encourage
early
- bounding and early
breast feeding.
f. Complete the records
for woman and infant.
g. Transfer the woman to
postnatal ward.
h. Counseling and health
education about:
 Medications
 Exercise
 Hygiene
 Infection control
measures
 Diet
SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES:

WEEK 2
DAY 3 DAY 4
 Opening prayer/pre conference  Opening prayer/pre conference
 Case assignment  Case assignment
o Rounds/endorsement o Rounds/endorsement
o Patient care o Patient care
o V/S o V/S
o Comprehensive assessment o Comprehensive assessment
o Newborn care (cord care, newborn’s bath) o Newborn care (cord care,
o Postpartum care (perineal care, IV newborn’s bath)
removal, heplock insertion, CBG, IV o Postpartum care (perineal care, IV
troubleshooting, IFC removal, breast and removal, heplock insertion, CBG,
uterine massage, suppository insertion, IV troubleshooting, IFC removal,
binder application, catheter insertion, and breast and uterine massage,
surgical wound care) suppository insertion, binder
 Post conference application, catheter insertion, and
surgical wound care)
 Evaluation exam
 Post conference