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COMUNICATION SKILLS

TITLE: COMUNICATION SKILLS


COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 2 Credits (1 THEORY& 1 PRACTICAL)
PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I

Course Description/ Outline


The aim of this course is able the students in writing, reading, listening and speaking. It
also develops the learner’s ability to communicate effectively in their practice area and in
other practical setting.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the students will able to:


 Learn effective interpersonal skills in informal setting
 Use effective interpersonal skills in formal setting
 Gain awareness regarding verbal and nonverbal communication.
 Develop awareness about language use in different settings
 Understand the difference between oral and written communication.
 Participate in discussion on midwifery and non midwifery topics.
 Read and understand simple text at literal level.
 Receive and write short message
 Learn and use lexical items
 Learn and use appropriate grammatical structure
 Make effective oral presentations using clinical and non clinical contexts.

Evaluation criteria:

Assignment & test = 20%


Presentation = 30%
Final Examination = 50%
UNIT-I
ORAL COMMUNICATION
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
1. Gain 1.1 Definition communication Lecture
Understanding 1.2 Definition of oral communications. Discussion
about oral 1.3 Start and finish simple communication Dialogue
communication 1.4 Telephone conversation Role play
1.5 Ask for information
1.6 Express feeling
1.7 Exchange ideas and opinions
1.8 Suggest/advise/persuade/insist etc.

References:

Stephen Bernard “Writing Speaking and communication skills for health Professionals”
Yale University Press, (2001)
UNIT-II
ORAL PRESENTATION
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
1.Gain Understanding 1.1 Definition of presentation Lecture
about oral 1.2 Elements of good presentation Discussion
presentation 1.3 Techniques of presentation preparation Dialogue
1.4 techniques to handle with audience Role play
1.5 time management for presentation
1.6 language for presenter

References:

Thomson “English for Health Sciences” ELT 1st Ed (2003)


Bradley “English for Nursing and Health care” Mc Graw Hill Higher Education (2005)
UNIT-III
VOCABULARY
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
1. Explain the 1.1 use of dictionary Lecture
use of 1.2 parts of speech Discussion
vocabulary 1.3 root words Dialogue
1.4 use of suffixes and prefixes Role play
1.5 idiomatic phrases and their uses

References:

Thomson “English for Health Sciences” ELT 1st Ed (2003)


Bradley “English for Nursing and Health care” Mc Graw Hill Higher Education (2005)
UNIT-IV
GRAMMER
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
Describe the 1.1 tenses Lecture
appropriate use of 1.2 sentence structure Discussion
Grammar. 1.3 active voice and passive voice Dialogue
1.4direct and indirect sentences Role play
1.5 articles
1.6 uses of preposition

References:

Practical English grammar Oxford University Press


UNIT-V
READING COMPREHENSION
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
1.Gain Understanding 1.1 skimming Lecture
about reading 1.2 scanning Discussion
comprehension 1.3 Recognize cohesive devices Dialogue
1.4 reading and understanding through answer Role play
the questions

References:

Cottrell Stella “The study Skills Handbook Pal grave Macmillan 3rd Rev: Ed
UNIT-VI
REPORT WRITING
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
Shows skills in report 1.1 Historical information writing Lecture
writing 1.2 incidence reporting Discussion
1.3 Notes writing Dialogue
Role play

References:

Julio Gimenez”Writing for nursing and Midwifery students” Pal grave Macmillan (2007)
EMBRIOLOGY

TITLE: EMBRIOLOGY
COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 3 Credits (2 THEORIES& 1 PRACTICAL)
PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I

Course Description/ Outline

This course focus on the essentials of clinically relevant aspects of embryology.The goal
is to provide students with an understand of the principles of embriognesis that could be
helpful in understanding the diagnoisis,care and prevention of birth defects.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the students will able to:


 Define the midwifery, midwife and Lady Health Worker
 Describe the history of midwifery
 Understanding the Midwife’s role towards Community and Profession
 Identifies the basic structure of labor room, Basic Health Unit (BHU), Rural Health
Centre (RHC)
 Recognize the different type of instruments and detail about their uses
 Demonstrate the sterilization and disinfection techniques
 Describe the counseling of patients
 Assists the patient with different problems
GENERAL EMBRYOLOGY
INTRODUCTION TO EMBRYOLOGY
UNIT-I
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
1. Define Embryology 1. Definition of embryology Lecture
2. Importance of embryology Discussion
3. Scope of Embriology

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:
UNIT-II
GAMETOGNESIS
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
1. Define 1.1 Definition of Gametogenesis Lecture
Gametogenesis 1.2 Germ cell Discussion
1.3 the conversion of Germ cell
2. Describe the Into male and female gametes
ovulation to
implantation Definition of ovulation
The Fertilization
Implantation of Ovum

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:
UNIT-III
GERM DISC
(2ND ,3RD WEEK OF DEVELOPMENT
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
Understanding the 8th day of Development Lecture
Bilaminar 9th day of Development Discussion
Germ Dic(2nd week of 11th & 12th day of Development
development) 13th day of Development

Understanding the
Triliminar Formation of Gastrulation
Germ Dic(3rd week of (Embryonic ,Mesoderm, Endoderm)
development Notocord
Growth of Germ Cell

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:
UNIT-VI
EMBRIONIC PERIOD
(3RD To Eight Week)
TIME: 2 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
1. Explain the Definition of embryonic period Lecture
embryonic The Derivatives of: Discussion
Period Ectodermal Germ Layer
Mesodermal Germ Layer
Endodermal Germ Layer

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:
UNIT-V
FETAL PERIOD
(3RD Month To Birth)

TIME: 1 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
2. Explain the Definition of fetal period Lecture
Fetal The development of the Fetus Discussion
Period The growth and length
Weight during the fetal period

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:
UNIT-VI
PLACENTA

TIME: 1 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
Understanding of The structure of placenta Lecture
Fetal Membrane Meternal surface Discussion
And placenta Fetal surface
Function of Palcenta
Circulation of placenta
Amenion and Umblical Cord

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:
UNIT-VII
SPECIALEMBRYOLOGY
BODY SYSTEM OF FETUS

TIME: 1 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
1. Define the Skeletal system by Parts: Lecture
Skeletal Skull Discussion
System Limbs
Vertebral column
Ribs
Sternum

2. Define the Skeletal Muscle:


Muscular Head Muscular ate
System Head Muscular ate
Cardiac Muscle

3. Define the Formation of the


Body Cavities Interembryonic Coelom
Diaphragm and Thoracic Cavity

4. Define the Formation of:


Cardiovascula Heart tube
r System

5. Define the Formation of Respiratory System by Parts:


Respiratory Trachea
System Bronchi
Lungs

6. Define the Digestive system by


Digestive Mesenteries
System Foregut
Midgut
Hindgut

7. Define the Formation of


Urogenital Urinary system
System Kidney System
Genital System

8. Define the Formation of Head and Neck


Head & Neck

9. Define the Formation of:


Ear Internal Middle and external ear

10. Define the Formation of the Eye parts:


Eye Optic Cup
Lens Vesicle
Ratina,Iris and Ciliary Body
Lens
Choroids sclera Cornea
Vitreous Body
Optic Nerve

11. Define the Skin


Integumentar Hair
y System Mammary gland

12. Define the Skeletal system by Parts:


Central Spinal Cord
Nervous Brain
System

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
T.W Sadler “Medical Embryology” Williams & Wilkins ,7th Ed:
GYNAE-I
(OBSTETRIC)
TITLE: GYNAE-I
COURSE NO:
CREDITS: 4 CREDITS (2THEORY+2 PRACTICAL)
PLACEMENT: SEMESTER-I

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course introduce the students with basics of reproductive system, normal labor,
abnormal labor, pre and post natal care .It makes skillful in handling with normal delivery
and other problems during labor.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of this course the learners will be able to;

Define the male and female reproductive system their structure and functions
Describe the pregnancy,change an dadptation during pregnnay
Explain the normal and abnormal labor
Demostrate the handling with normal pregnancy.
List the complication during abnormal delivery
UNIT-I
REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
TIME:4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Gain the Pelvis: Lecture
knowledge of 1.1 Description(Bones and Joints) Charts
male and female 1.2 Function Model
reproductive 1.3 Types
organs,their 1.4 Measurement
structure and 1.5 Difference between male and female pelvic
functions Pelvic Floor
1.6 Muscles
1.7 Ligaments
1.8 Function of pelvic floor
1.9 Blood supply
1.10Nerve supply
Female organs of reproduction
1.11External Charts
1.12Internal
1.13Structure
1.14Functions
Memory gland
1.15Structure Models
1.16Functions
UNIT-II
PUBERTY
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Describe the Puberty Lecture
physical changes 2.1 Male Charts
in ale and female 2.2 Female Model
at puberty

UNIT-III
MENUSTURAL CYCLE
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Gain the Menstruation Lecture
knowledge about 3.1 Definition Charts
menstrual cycle 3.2 Clinical feature Model
an describe the Menopause
hormones 3.3 Definition
affecting the 3.4 Symptoms
cycle 3.5 Physical changes
UNIT-IV
PREGNANCY
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Gain the 4.1 Definition Lecture
knowledge about 4.2 Duration of pregnancy Charts
normal 4.3 Physiological change Model
phenomena of 4.4 Diagnosis of pregnancy
pregnancy 4.5 Relationship of the fetus to uterus and pelvis

2. Develop 4.6 Sign and symptom of pregnancy


understanding of 4.7 Minor disorder of pregnancy
nutritional 4.8Nutration and its role in pregnancy
requirement
during pregnancy
and to advice
pregnant women.
UNIT-V
ANTENATAL CARE
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.To Understand 5.1 a Definition Lecture
the importance 5.1 b Aims and Advantages Posters
of antenatal care

2. To understand 5.2 psychology aspect of pregnancy Chart


the psychology
of pregnant
women

3. Develop skills 5.3 a Physical and clinical examination


in physical and 5.3 b History taking
clinical 5.3 c Abdominal palpation Demonstration
examination of 5.4 d Pelvic assessment
an expectant
mother

4.Understaning 5.4 a Advises to pregnant women Discussion


the need of 5.4 b Mother craft classes Charts
health teaching
to pregnant
women and give
advice when
needed
UNIT-VI
NORMAL LABOR
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Develop 6.1Definition Lecture
understanding an 6.2Causes of onset of labor Charts
d skills n the 6.3 Sign of labor Discussion
management of 6.4 Mechanism of normal labor
normal labor 6.5 Physiological change in first, second and third
stage of labor
6.6 Management
6.7 complication of first , second and third stage
of labor
UNIT-VII
ABNORMAL LABOR
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Ddefine and 7.1 a Defintion of abnormal laor /dystocia Lecture
discuss abnormal 71.b Causes due to power,passenger,pesssage Charts
labor /Dystocia Discussion

2.Develop 7.2a Mal presentation Lecture


understanding of 7.2 b Occipito posterior of vertex Discussion
mechanism of
various abnormal
presentation and
position

3.Develop skills in 7.3 a deep transverse arrest


diagnosis of mal 7.3 b face presentation
presentation 7.3 c brow presentation
Demonstration
4. Develop skills in 7.4 a shoulder
management of 7.4 b presentation /transverse
various mal 7.4 c breech presentation
presentation 7.4 d management of abnormal labor
And mal position

5. Develop 7.5 multiple pregnancy


understanding and
skills and
diagnosis and
management of
multiple pregnancy

6. Develop 7.6 a Disorder uterine action


understanding and 7.6 b hypnic uterine action
skills in the 7.6 c incordinate uterine action
management of 7.6 d hypertonic uterine action
disorder uterine 7.6 e constriction ring
action. 7.6 f cervical dystocia
7.6 g rigid cervix
7.6 h oedematous interior lip of cervix
7.6 i prolonged labor
7.6 j contracted pelvis
7.6 k trial of labor
7.6 l obstructed labor
7 To gain 7.7 Obsterical emergencies
knowledge about 7.7a Rupture of uterine
the varios 7.7 b prolapse of cord
obstetrical 7.3c Acute inversion of uterus
emergencies and
their manegenet
8.1 Complication of third stage of labor
8. Develop 8.1a Post partum hemorrhage
understaning and 8.1 b adherent placenta
skills in the 8.1 c retained placenta
management of 8.1 d vulval haematoma
complications of 8.1 e collapse and shock
third tage of labor.
UNIT-VIII
COMLICATION OF PREGNANCY
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Gain 8.1 conditions associated with bleeding during Lecture
knowledge about early pregnancy Charts
the conditions 8.1 a Implantation bleeding Discussion
associated with 8.1 b Cervical lesions Specimens
bleeding in early 8.1 c Abortion
pregnancy and 81 d Causes of abortion ,types ,sign & symptoms
their and treatment
management. 8.1 e Cervical incompetence
8.1 f Legal aspects of abortion
8.1 g Islamic views
8.1 h Enforced Law

2. Gain 8.2 Ectopic pregnancy


knowledge about 8.2 a Bacteriamic shock
the abnormal 8.2 b Hydiatiform mole
amount of liquor 8.2 c Choricacorcinoma
amine and its
effect on
pregnant women
and fetus

3. Develop skills 8.3 Hydramnios


in diagnosis of 8.3 a Definition, Causes ,Types ,Sign &
hydramnios symptoms
Management and Complication
4. Gain
knowledge about 8.4 Toxemias of pregnancy
the diseases 8.4 a Definition and types Lecture
caused by 8.4 b Hyper emesis gravid arum Discussions
toxemia of 8.4 c Pre-eclampsia
pregnancy and 8.4 d Eclampsia
their
management

5.Gain
knowledge about 8.5 Diseases associated with pregnancy
diseases 8.5 a Cardiac Diseases
associated with 8.5 b Diabetes
pregnancy and 8.5 c Pulmonary T.B
their 8.5 d Anemia
management 8.5 e Rubella
8.5 f Urinary tract infection
6.Develop
understanding 8.6 Sexual transmitted Diseases
about diseases 8.6 a Trichomoniasis
transmitted by 8.6 b Candia sis
sexual contact 8.6 c Syphilis
and their 8.6 d Gonorrhea
management 8.6 e Aids/HIV infection

7.Gain
knowledge about 8.7 Bleeding associated with late pregnancy
causes of 8.7 a Ante partum Hemorrhage Lecture
bleeding 8.7 b Definition ,Types ,Sign & Symptoms and Discussions
occurring in late management
pregnancy and
their
management
UNIT-XI
OBSETETRICAL OPERATIONS
TIME: 4HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1.Gain 6.1Definition Lecture
Knowledge 6.2Causes of onset of labor Charts
about varios 6.3 Sign of labor Discussion
6.4 Mechanism of normal labor
6.5 Physiological change in first, second and third
stage of labor
6.6 Management
6.7 complication of first , second and third stage
of labor
INTORODUTION TO MIDWIFERY

TITLE: MDWIFERY
COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 4 Credits (1 THEORY& 3 PRACTICALS)
PLACEMENT: SMESTER –I

Course Description/ Outline

This course focus on preliminary knowledge about midwifery, its historical review,
responsibilities of midwifes .It also gives practical approach to handle the Gynea and obs
patients with appropriate use of techniques as well as counseling of patients.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the students will able to:


 Define the midwifery, midwife and Lady Health Worker
 Describe the history of midwifery
 Understanding the Midwife’s role towards Community and Profession
 Identifies the basic structure of labor room, Basic Health Unit (BHU), Rural Health
Centre (RHC)
 Recognize the different type of instruments and detail about their uses
 Demonstrate the sterilization and disinfection techniques
 Describe the counseling of patients
 Assists the patient with different problems
UNIT-I
INTRODUCTION TO MIDWIFERY
TIME: 4 Hours

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
Define Midwifery Definition of Midwifery Lecture
Definition of Midwife Charts
Difference between Midwife and Discussion
Lady Health Worker
Importance of Midwifery and Midwife

Describe the Origin of word midwife and midwifery


history of Concept of midwifes throughout different era
Midwives Development of midwifery in different era

Role and responsibilities towards


Describe the role Client
and Family
Responsibilities of Community and society
midwifes Profession

Explain the Ethics Define ethics and law


and Law Differentiate Ethics and Laws
Pakistan Midwifes Act

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
UNIT-II

ORIENTATION TO PLACEMENT AREA


TIME: 4 Hours

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
Introducing to the Labor 1.1 Define the labor and labor Room Lecture
room 1.2 Purpose of Labor Room Charts
1.3 Outline the diagram structure Discussion
1.3 Role of Midwife in labor room

Define the basic function of Define the BHU and RHC


BasicHealthUnit(BHU) Differentiate the between the BHU and
andRuralHealthCentre(RHC) RHC
Explain the basic function of the BHU and
RHC
Role and responsibilities of Midwife in
the BHU and RHC

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
UNIT-III

INSTRUMENTS USED IN LABOR ROOM


TIME: 4 Hours

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
. Introducing to Lecture
instruments 1.1 List the names of instruments Charts
Use in labor 1.2 Explain the Discussion
Room purpose of each instrument
1.3 Identify the
order of use of
Different
instruments
1.4 Recognize
the different
Instrument
Set of operation

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
UNIT-IV

STERLIZATION
TIME: 4 Hours

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
Understanding Lecture
the concept 1.1 Define the Sterilize Charts
Of sterilization Sterilizat Discussion
ion
Microorganism
1.2 Purpose of sterilization
1.3 Importance of Sterilization
1.4 Explain the Techniques and
And Methods used for sterilization

. Understanding
2.1 Define the
the concept of
Infect
Disinfection
Disinfe
ct
Disinfe
ction
2.2
Recognize the Difference between
Sterilizati
on and Disifnction
2.3 List the
names of Disinfectants
2.4 Identify
the purpose of Disinfectant
2.5 Describe
the different techniques
of
disinfectan

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
UNIT-V

COUSELING OF PATIENT
TIME: 4 Hours

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
Introducing to 1.1 Define counseling and Lecture
counseling Counselor Charts
1.2 Purpose of Discussion
counseling
1.3 Describe the
different techniques
Of counseling
1.4 Explain the
role of midwife
as counselor
1.5 Enlist the
Advantages
Of counseling
1.6 Revises the
ethical and legal
And legal
consideration
For counseling

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
UNIT-VI

HANDLING WITH PATIENT


TIME: 4 Hours

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Understandin Lecture
g the concept Charts
of handling Discussion

References:

Betty R. Sweet “Mays Midwifery, A Textbook for Midwifes” Bailliere Tindall; 10th Ed.
COMPUTER SKILLS

TITLE: COMPUTER SKILLS


COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 2 Credits (1 THEORY& 3 PRACTICALS)
PLACEMENT: SMESTER –II

Course Description/ Outline


The aim of course is to give basic knowledge about computer, its hardware and software
and operating system. This course will able the students to work with window operating
system ,Ms office utilities (Ms Office ,Ms power point, excel).It also familiarize with the
use of internet and e mail etc.
Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the students will able to:


• Discuss computer skills ,application and how it effects on midwifery practice
• Demonstrate skills in the use of a word processor(Microsoft word),spread
sheet/database(Microsoft Excel)
• Demonstrate Skills in preparing material for presentation by slide ,overhead or
computer projection(Multimedia) using presentation software (power point)
• Demonstrate skills in assessing in national and international network, search engines,
and database using virtual private network.
• Verbalize understanding of internet and its use, values ad efficacy in communicating
midwifery knowledge.
• Identify use of computer in our own areas of midwifery practice
• Illustrate the effective use of computer and its software in midwifery where necessary
UNIT-I
INTRODUCATION TO COMPUTER
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
2. Explain the 1.1 Definition of computer Lecture
computer 1.2 computer generations Discussion
hardware 1.3 parts of computer Dialogue
Role play

UNIT-II
COMPUTER SOFTWARE
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
3. Explain the 1.1 Definition of software Lecture
computer 1.2 languages of computer Discussion
Software 1.3 types of software Dialogue
1.4 operating system Role play
1.5 orientation to MS Dos
UNIT-III
INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEM
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
4. Describe the Ms 1.1 orientation to Ms Windows Lecture
windows 1.2 Windows,98,xp Discussion
1.3 Simple commands in windows Dialogue
1.4 windows based operating system Role play
1.5 Characteristics of windows OS(operating
system)

UNIT-IV
INTRODUCAATION TO WORD PROCESSOR
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
5. Describe the Ms 1.1 Definition of word processor Lecture
Word 1.2 Ms Word 2000,2003,2007 Discussion
1.3 Simple commands in MS Word Dialogue
1.4 Uses of Ms Word Role play
1.5 Characteristics of MS word
UNIT-V
INTRODUCAATION TO POWER POINT PRESENTATION
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
6. Demonstrate the 1.1 orientation of power point presentation Lecture
use of power 1.2 Simple commands in MS Word Discussion
point presentation 1.3 Uses of Power point Dialogue
1.4 Presentation on power point Role play

UNIT-VI
INTRODUCAATION TO SPREAD SHEET
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
7. Describe the Ms 1.1 Definition of database Lecture
Excel 1.2 orientation to Ms Excel Discussion
1.3 Simple commands in MS Word Dialogue
1.4 Uses of Ms Excel Role play
1.5 Practical approach to Ms Excel
UNIT-VII
INTERNET USE FOR MIDWIFERY
TIME: 4 HOURS

OBJECTIVES CONTENTS TEACHING


/LEARNING
STRATEGIE
8. Explain the 1.1 Definition of internet Lecture
internet and its 1.2 Importance of internet in midwifery Discussion
usage in 1.3 orientation to internet searching mailing Dialogue
midwifery 1.4 overview to website designing Role play
NEONATOLOGY

TITLE: NEONATOLOGY
COURSE:
CREDIT: 2 CREDIT (1 THEORY+1PRACTICAL)
PLACEMENT: SEMESTR-II

COURSE DESCRIPTION
COURSE OBJECTIVES
UNIT-I
INTORDUCTION TO NEONTOLOGY

TIME: 4 HOURS
S.NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Define the terms definition lecture
related to • Neonatology
neonatology • Neonatal period
• Perinatal period
• Neonatal Mortality
• Perinatal mortality rate
• Neonatal Mortality rate
• Infant Mortality rate
• Term or gestational age
• birth weight
• low birth weight
• normal birth weight
• very low birth weight
• extremity low birth weight
• incredibily low birth weight
UNIT-II
NEW BORN BABY

TIME: 4 HOURS
S.NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
2. Develop the skills in Definition lecture
care of new born. Physiology of new born
Immediate cre of new born

3. Explain and Neonatal History


demonstrate the • Natal history Lecture
techniques of • Postnatal history Demionstration
neonatal History and • Feeding history Re demonstration
examination Charts
• Maternal health
Movies
during pregnancy
• Past obstetric history
• History of subling
• Family medical
history
• Social history
Examination of newborn
• First stage
• Second stage
Physical; examination
• General examination
− Skin
− Head
− Eyes
− Nose
− Mouth
− Neck
− Chest
− Lungs
− Heart
− Abdomen
− Genitila
− Anus
− Spine
− Pulses
− Nerves
− Limbs
− Hips
Neonatal reflexes
• Moro reflexes
• Grasp reflexes
• Rooting reflexs
• Sucking reflexes
• Swallowing reflexes
• Withdrawl reflexes
• Righting reflexes
• Asymmetrical tonic neck
reflexes
• Stepping reflexes
• Glant reflexes
• Galnt reflexes
Assesment of maturity
• Menstural history
• Brth weight
• Length
• External criteria
• Neurological criteria
• Scoring system
UNIT-III
CARE OF NEWBORN

TIME: 4 HOURS
S.NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
4. Define and Aftercare of newborn lecture
demonstrate • delivered at home
the CARE OF • delivered at Hospital
NWBORN IN APGAR Scoring
LABOR
5. Gain Breast feeding Lecture
knowledge Importance of breast Chart
about breast feeding Demonstration
feeing to the Advantages Re
mother Contraindication of demonstration
breast feeding Movies
Artificial feeding
UNIT-III
WEIGHT AND TERM PROBLEMS

TIME: 4 HOURS
S.NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
6. Define the different 6.1 Low birth weight Lecture
birth weight and 6.2 The pre term baby Discussion
term or gestational; 6.3 Small for gestational
age related age(SGA) babies
problems with new 6.4 Large for gestional Age
born (LGA) babies
UNIT-V
Neonatal problems

TIME: 4 HOURS
S.NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
7. Define the different 7.1 Birth aspexia Lecture
neonatal problems 7.2 jaundice Discussion
conjugated a
unconjugated
7.3 neonatal hypetitus
7.4 Congnital biliary atresia
7.5 Intrauterine infections
• Congenital Toxoplasmosis
• Congenital Rebulla
• Cyto megalovirus(CMV)
Infection
• Congenital Syphilis
• Tuberclosis in newborn
7.6Nownatal metabolic problems
• Hypoglycemia
• Hypocalemia
• Late Hypocalemia
• Hypomagnesemia
• Hypernatermia
7.7 Birth trauma
• Head injuies
• Intracranial Haerohage
• Injuriesto the peripheral
nerves and spinal cord
• Facial nerve injuries
• Bony injuries
• Soft tissue injuries
7.8 Congenital malformation
• Trisomy(21):Mangolism:
down syndrome
• Microcephaly
• Myelo-Maningocele
• Achondroplasia
• Talipes(club feet)
7.9 Respiratory distress in the
newborn
• Meconium Aspiration
Syndrome(MAS)
• Surfactant Deficiency
• Transient tachypneoa of
the newborn(TTN) or
pulmonary maladaptation
• Choanal Atresia
• Congenital diphrametic
UNIT-V
WEIGHT AND TERM PROBLEMS

TIME: 4 HOURS
S.NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
8. Define the different 6.1 Low birth weight Lecture
birth weight and 6.2 The pre term baby Discussion
term or gestational; 6.3 Small for gestational
age related age(SGA) babies
problems with new 6.4 Large for gestional
born Age (LGA) babies

Breast feeding Lecture


Importance of breast Chart
feeding Demonstration
Advantages Re demonstration
Contraindication of breast Movies
feeding
Artificial feeding
GYNAE-II

TITLE: GYNAE-II
COURSE NO:
CREDITS: 4 CREDITS (2THEORY+2 PRACTICAL)
PLACEMENT: SEMESTER-II

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course introduce the students with basics of reproductive system, normal labor,
abnormal labor, pre and post natal care .It makes skillful in handling with normal delivery
and other problems during labor.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of this course the learners will be able to;

Define the male and female reproductive system their structure and functions
Describe the pregnancy,change an dadptation during pregnnay
Explain the normal and abnormal labor
Demostrate the handling with normal pregnancy.
List the complication during abnormal delivery
UNIT-I
EXAMINATION OF THE PATIENT
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1 Demonstrate Taking the history Lecture
. the physical Discussion
Normal menstrual history
examination of Movie
the gynae Abnormal menstrual history Demonstration
patient Complaints of pain Skill lab
Chart
Examination of the breasts
Abdominal examination
Examination of the vulva
Bimanual pelvic examination
Speculum examination
Laparoscopy
Lymphography and gynaeco graphy
UNIT-II

ABNORMALITIES OF MENSTRUATION
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
2 Describe the Dysfunctional uterine bleeding Lecture
. abnormalities Discussion
Total hysterectomy
of Movie
menstruation Subtotal hysterectomy Demonstration
Abnormal vaginal bleeding Skill lab
Chart
Amenorrhea
Primary pituftary hypofunction
Secondary pituitary hypoFunction
Adreno-genital syndrome
Lactation-amenorrhea syndrome
Polycystic ovary disease
Genetic causes of amenorrhea
Laboratory detection of genetic defects
Turner’s syndrome
Sex chromosome additions
TesticularfeminisatjonCryptomenorrhoea
Viriljsm
Hirsutism
Dysmenorrhoea
Primary spasmodic dysmenor rhoea
Secondary congestive dys menorrhoea
Treatment of dysmenorrhoeaL Presacral
neurectomy
Pre-menstrual tension

UNIT-III
CONGENITAL ABNORMALITIES
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
3 Describe the Abnormalities of ovary and tube Lecture
. Congenital Discussion
Abnormalities of the tube and uterus
abnormalities in Movie
related to Abnormalities of uterus Chart
gynae. Abnormalities of the vagina
Abnormalities of the vulva
UNIT-IV
DISEASES OF VULVA, PERINEUM, & VAGINA
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
4 Explain the 4.1 Vulval dystrophy—Kraurosis Lecture
. Vulva,perineum Discussion
4.2 Leukoplakia
and vagina Movie
4.3 Localised scieroderma and Chart
Lichen simplex
4.4 Cyst of Bartholin’s gland
4.5 Simple tumours of the vulva
4.6 Carcinoma of the vulva
4.7 Simple vulvectomy ...
4.8 Diseases of the urethra
4.9 Operation for the vaginal outlet
4.10 Vaginal discharge
4.11 Cysts of the vagina
4.12 Carcinoma of vagina
UNIT-V
DISEASES OF CERVIX
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
5 Explain the 5.1 Cervical erosion Lecture
. DISEASES OF Discussion
5.2 Ectropion of cervix and trachelorrhaphy
CERVIX Movie
5.3 Conisation of cervix Cervical polyps Chart
and chronic Cervicitjs
5.4 Specific infections
5.5 Squamous metaplasia
5.6 Dysplasia
5.7 Carcinoma in situ
5.8 Prognosis in. Dysplasia and Carcinoma
in situ
5.9 The positive smear in pregnancy
5.10Carcinoma of the uterine cervix
UNIT-VI
ISEASES & DISPLACEMENT OF UTERUS
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
6 Explain the 6.1 Uterine polyps Lecture
. DISEASES & Discussion
6.2 Fibroids
DISPLACEMENT Movie
OF UTERUS 6.3 Adenomyosis Chart
6.4 Carcinoma of the endometrium
6.5 Backward displacements of the Uterus
6.6 Sling operations on uterus
6.7 Chronic inversion of the Uterus,
prolapse
6.8 Cervicovaginai prolapse
6.9 Prolapse of the posterior wall
6.10 Cervical prolapse
6.11 Changes following prolapse
6.12 Anterior colporrhaphy (and— repair
of cystocele)
6.13 Repair of uterine prolapse

UNIT-VII
STRESS INCONTINENCE

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
7 Describe the 7.1 Physiology of micturition Lecture
. STRESS Discussion
7.2 causes of stress incontinence
INCONTINENCE Movie
7.3 Disturbed bladder function Chart
7.4 Frequency
7.5 Investigations of incontinence
UNIT-VIII
Disease of the ureter broad ligament, fallopian tube & ovary
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
8 Describe the Disease of 7.1 injury to ureter Lecture
. the ureter broad Discussion
prevention of the injury
ligament, fallopian tube Movie
& ovary Urinary fistula Chart
Broad ligament cysts
Carcinoam oft eh fallopian tube
Sterilization
Restoring tubal patency
Rupture of the tube
Diagnosis of tubal pregnancy
Ectopic pregnancy
Sterilization
Restoring tubal patency
Rupture of the tube
Diagnosis of tubal pregnancy
Ectopic pregancy
Clinical features of ovarian Tumours
Torsion of the pedicle
Rupture of ovarian cyst
Extraperitoneal development of
Ovarian tumours
Serous cystadenoma
Ovarian tumours
Germ cell tumours
Carcinoma of the ovary
Krukenberg tumour

UNIT-IX
SEXUAL PROBLEMS
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
9 Describe the Lecture
. SEXUAL Discussion
Infertility
PROBLEMS Movie
RELATED TO Investigation of the wife Chart
GYNEA Tests for ovulation
Hysterosalpingography
Induction of ovulation with Clomiphene
Induction of ovulation with Gonadotrophins
Causes of infertility in the male
Dyspareunia
Apareunia
Oral contraceptives
Intra-uterine contraceptive Devices
(IUCD)
The vaginal diaphragm
Rhythm method
MEDICO LEGAL problems

UNIT-X
ABORTION
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1 Describe the Abortion Lecture
0 Abortion Discussion
. Classification
Movie
Dilatation and curettage (‘D and C) Chart
Complications of dilatation
In complete abortion
Abdominal hysterectomy
Therapeutic abortion
Habitual abortion
Septic abortion Septic shock
Possible mechanism of septic shock
Treatment of circulatory failure
Hydatidiform mole
Hormonal effects of mole
Clinical features of mole
invasive mole
Choriocarcinoma

UNIT-XI
ENDOMETRIOSIS AND PELVIC INFLAMMATION
TIME
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
. Describe the Endometriosis
endometriosis Pelvic inflammation
and pelvic
inflammation Salpingo-oophoritis
and relate pelvic cellulites
problems
Abscess formation in pelvic cellulites
Gonorrhea
Syphilis
Chancroid
Granuloma inguinale
Diagnosis of Syphilis
Genital tuberculosis
Venous thrombosis

INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HEALTH

TITLE: INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HEALTH


COURSE NO:
CREDITS:
PLACEMENT: SEMESTER-II

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
COURSE OBJECTIVES:

UNIT-I
INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HEALTH

TIME: 4 HOURS

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
1. Describe the relation of 1.1. definition of public Lecture
midwifery with public health Discussion
health 1.2. Importance of public
health
1.3. Relations of midwife
with public health
1.4. Role of midwife with
public health

UNIT-II
DISTRICT MIDWIFE SERVICES

TIME: 4 HOURS

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
3. Understand the 1.5. Definition Lecture
principles & 1.6. District Midwifery Discussion
importance of District organization
Midwifery Services for 1.7. Staff
the mother and child • District
health Midwifery
Supervisor
• Charge nurse
• Nurse
Midwife\Pupil
Midwife
• Bearer
• Driver
1.8. function(To provide
antenatal Intranatal
and Postnatal care to
all the registered
cases in the homes &
clinic)
1.9. Referral of cases to
hospital

UNIT-III
REFFERAL SYSTEM

TIME: 4 HOURS

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
2. Gain knowledge about 2.1. Basic unit of health
the referral system of system
her\his province • BHU
• MCH
• RHC
• THQ Hospital
• DHQ
• Teaching
Institution
2.2. Referral System
2.3. Legal issues in
referral system

UNIT-IV

HEALTH AGENCIES
TIME: 4 HOURS
S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
LEARNING
STRATEGIES
3. Gain knowledge about 3.1. Helping agencies Lecture
the Govt: & non Govt: 3.2. Govt Agencies Discussion
Agencies to contact for 3.3. World Agencies
help. • WHO
• UNICEF
• UNISCO
• SOCIAL
SECURITY
• Red Crescent\Red
Cross
4.4 Non Govt: Organization
Edhi Welfare

UNIT-V
REGULARITIES BODIES FOR MIDWIFES

TIME: 4 HOURS

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
4. Gain knowledge about 4.1. Pakistan nursing Lecture
the bodies of training council Discussion
of Midwife 4.2. Provinincial Nursing
Examination board

UNIT-VI
LEGAL ASPECT OF MIDWIFERY PRACTICE

TIME: 4 HOURS

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
5. Understand the 5.1. Rules and Regulation Lecture
importance of legal governing the Discussion
aspects of midwifery practice and
practice supervision of
midwifes
5.2. PNC regulation for
midwife practice
5.3. Responsibilities as a
midwife
5.4. Birth and death
registration
5.5. Notification of
communicable
diseases.

UNIT-I
INTORDUCTION TO HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
TIME:

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
6. Define the 1.1 Basic terms related to Lecture
fundamentals of Health HMIS Discussion
Management 1.2 Difference between
information system Health Management
(HMIS) information system
(HMIS), Hospital
Management
System& Health
Information system.
1.3 Importance of HMIS
1.4 Role of
Midwife\Midwife
Nurse in HMIS
1.5 Function of HMIS

UNIT-II
HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (HMIS) DESIGN
TIME:

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
7. Explain the HMIS 1.6 Organization structure Lecture
Design • Central\state Discussion
• Province Level Charts
• District Level Models
• PHC\Hospital
• Sub Centre
1.7 Content or Flow of the
HMIS
1.8 Team of staff
members
1.9 Basic components and
equipment of HMIS

UNIT-III
HMIS DATA COLLECTION PROCESS
TIME

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
8. Describe the HMIS 1.10Data vs. Information Lecture
data collection process vs. Knowledge Discussion
1.11Health care data and Charts
data sources Models
1.12Data standard & data
models
1.13Information &
communication
1.14Information
architecture and flow
1.15Data requirement of
an Integrated delivery
system
1.16Data normalization
1.17Health system record
1.18Interfaced vs.
Integrated HMIS

UNIT-IV
IMPLEMENTION OF HMIS
Time

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
9. Explain the HMIS 1.19Pre-implementation Lecture
implementation process period Discussion
• Need assessment Charts
• Consultation to the Models
program manger
• Development of a
forms and
indicators
• Community based
information
system

1.20Development phase
1.21Pre test stages
• Training strategies
• Reviews of the
training strategies
• Computerization of
the manual HMIS
• The role of out phase
1.22The Roll-Out Phase
Post implementation review

UNIT-V
HMIS IN WORLD AND PAKISTAN
Time

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
10. Review the HMIS in 1.23History of HMIS Lecture
world and Pakistan • WHO & HMIS Discussion
• HMIS in Pakistan Charts
Future of HMIS in Pakistan Models
and world

UNIT-V1
ISSUES AND PROBLEMS RELATED TO HMIS
Time

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
11. Describe issues and 1.24Internal issues and Lecture
problems related to the factors Discussion
HMIS in world and Charts
Pakistan 6.2 External issues and Models
factors

FAMILY PLANNING

TITLE: FAMILY PLANNING


COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 3(1 THEORY +2 PRACTICAL)
PLACEMENT:SEMESTER-III
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course is design to give the basic concept of family planning and its importance for
the community. It also gives the knowledge about the different methods used in family
planning .It also gives the knowledge about the counseling methods used to counsel the
families for family planning.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of this course the learner will be able to understand the:

UNIT-I

INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY

TIME: 4 HOURS
S OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &
NO LEARNING
STRATEGIES
12. Describe the 12.1.Structure of family-types of Lecture
family structure families Discussion
in Pakistan 12.2.Cultures factors-Value, beliefs-
Roles and Tasks, Power and coping
12.3.Functions and role of family
12.4.Family mental health

13. Describe the 13.1.Family as a unit of care Lecture


family as a unit 13.2.Care of family as a client Discussion
of are in the 13.3.Purpose and principle Demonstration
community 13.4.Types of nurse family contact- Role play
health care home visit-community clinic- Charts
referral-school visit

UNIT-II
INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY PLANNING

TIME: 4 HOURS

S OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


NO LEARNING
STRATEGIES
14. Explain the 14.1.Introduction of family planning- Lecture
family planning definition-population problems and Discussion
need of family planning
14.2.Health condition requiring family
planning-Bad obstetric history-
Genetic condition

14.3.Social influences of family planning

15. Describe the 15.1.Role of midwife in family planning Lecture


role midwife in • Preparation of physical set up of FP Discussion
family planning clinic(in use of antiseptic and Demonstration
disinfectant) Role play
• Preparation and sterilization of Charts
equipment and supplies
• Preparation of client
• Post procedure
• Responsibilities
• Record
4.2 Family planning education and
motivation on the community level
• Political
• religious

UNIT-III
FAMILY PLANNING IN PAKISTAN

TIME: 4 HOURS

S OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


NO LEARNING
STRATEGIES
16. Describe the 16.1.Family planning program in Lecture
family planning Pakistan Discussion
services available
in Pakistan • Government and non government
agencies
• International and bilateral
assistance in family planning

UNIT-IV
METHODS OF FAMILY PLANNING

TIME: 4 HOURS

S NO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


LEARNING
STRATEGIES
17. Describe the 6.1Temporary FP methods Lecture
indications and Discussion
• Behavioral methods
contraindications of Demonstration\
different methods of for contraception Charts
family planning • Coitus interrupts Movies
Re demonstration
• Safe period
• Chemical methods
• Foam tab
• Jelly and paste
• Mechanical methods
• Condom
• Diaphragm and
cervical caps
• Intrauterine device
(IUD)
• Mechanical and
chemical combination
• Physiological
• Combination pills
• Sequential pills
• Micro pills
• Depo-Provera
injection
• Implant
6.2 Permanent FP methods
• Vasectomy
• Tubectomy

UNIT-V
INTRODUCTION TO COUNSCELING
TIME: 4 HOURS

S OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING &


NO LEARNING
STRATEGIES
18. Describe the 18.1.Family planning program in Lecture
counseling and Pakistan Discussion
role of counseling
in family planning • Government and non government
agencies
• International and bilateral
assistance in family planning

PEAIATRIC
TITLE: PEAIATRIC
COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 4 CREDITS (2 THEORIES+2 PRACTICAL)
PLACEMENT: SEMESTER-III
COURSE DESCRIPTION
COURSE OBJECTIVES

UNIT-I
INTRODUCTION TO PEDIATRICS
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
1. Understand the focus of 1.1 The role of the Lecture
paediatric nursing family in the care of Discussion
the sick child.
1.2 The role of the
nurse in the care of
the sick child
1.3 Definition of
common terms:
- Paediatrics
- Neonate
- Toddler
- Pre-schooler
- school-age child
- adolescent

UNIT-II
NORMAL GROWTH ANDDEVELOPMENT
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
2. Understand normal growth 2.1 Physical, Lecture
and development from psychological, Discussion
infancy to adolescence. social development Charts
2.2 Language and
intellectual
development
2.3 Cultural
influence
2.4 Responses to
sickness

3. Describe factors which 3.1 Nutrition needs - Lecture


promote optimal growth and feeding - Discussion
and development of 3.2 Immunization
children and adolescents - Demonstration
(review)
- Prepare a chart on
3.3 Sleep, rest, developmental
exercise milestones
3.4 Safety - Have student identify
3.5 Stimulation and strategies to maxims
play activities growth and development
of one child she/he
3.6 Parent-child
knows
relationship
- Have students
31 Parental
contribute their
concerns
interactions/observations
3.8 Communication of children to the
with siblings discussion.
UNIT-III
PHYSICAL HISTORY AND ASSESMENT
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
4. a. Identify problems of the .1 History Lecture
sick child after history taking taking and Physical Discussion
and physical assessment. assessment of the Demonstration
sick child Use of case example
5.2 Physical and
b. Plan the nursing care for
psychological
the sick child and adolescent.
response to sickness
and hospitalization
of the child and
adolescent
5.3 Stress of illness
d. Identify strategies to on child/adolescent
evaluate outcomes of nursing and family
care
5.4 Communication
e. Explain the sickness to the with child and
child and parents family.
f. Assist the family in copying 5.5 Parental coping
with illness and with sickness and/or
hospitalization. death of a child.
UNIT-I
GASTROINTSTINAL DISORDER IN PEADS
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
5. Identify the common health • Diarrhea Lecture
problem of children related Discussion
to gastrointestinal disorders • Dehydration Charts
• Anemia Models
Role play
• Various
infestation
• Round worm
• Hookworms
• Tape worms
• Thread worms
• Pyloric stenosis
• Gatrooesophegial
reflux
• Intestinal
obstruction
• Volvos
• Inguinal hernia
• Umbilical hernia
• Imperforated
anus
• Diagrammatic
hernia
UNIT-I
Respiratory/ENT disorders

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
6. Indentify the - tonsillitis Lecture
Respiratory/ENT disorders Discussion
- colds
Charts
- bronchitis Models
- pleurisy Role play

- ailergies
- asthma
- diphtheria
- pertussis
- whoopingcough
- otitis media
- croup
- cystic fibrosis
Pneumonia
UNIT-I
Genitourinary disorders

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
7. Indentify the nephritis Lecture
Genitourinary disorders Discussion
- pyelonephritis
Charts
- renal calculi Models
- nephrotic syndrome Role play

hydrocele •1
- phimosis
- undescended testes
- ambiguous genitalia
- renal failure
-

hypospadiaslepispadia
UNIT-I
Neurological disorders

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
8. Indentify the Neurological epilepsy Lecture
disorders Discussion
meningitis
Charts
- encephalitis Models
polio Role play

rehabilitation
mental retardation
- seizures
- hydrocephalus
- neuromuscular
disorders
- Guitliane-Barre
syndrome
- muscular
dystrophy
- spina I
-

meningomyelocele
- encephalocele
- meningocele
Unit-
Cardiovascular disorders
TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
9. Indentify the Cardiovascular anemia Lecture
disorders Discussion
- thalassaemia
Charts
- u4em Models
- hemophilia Role play

- congenital
heart disease of
children
Collagen disorders
- rheumatic
fever
- rheumatic
heart disease
Unit-
Congenital disorders

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
10. Identify the Congenital cleft lip Lecture
disorders Discussion
- cleft palate
Charts
- clubfoot Models
Role play
Endocrine disorders
- insulin dependent
diabetes mellitus
- Cushings
syndrome
- Hypothyroidism
- Hyperthyroidism
- Hypopitituitarism
- Hyperpituitarism
Skin
disorders/infections
- Scabies
- Eczema
- Boils
- Impetigo
- Ringworm
Musculoskeletal
disorders
- Fractures
- Traction
- Scoliosis
- Lordosis
- Kyphosis
Viral infections
- mumps
- measles
- chicken pox
Accidents
- Falls
- Burns
- Drowning
- Asphyxia
- Poisoning Injury
due to sharp
instruments
Foreign body in the
eye, ear, nose,
throat, stomach
Safety measures for
prevention of
common accidents
UNIT-I

Medication administration rule

TIME:
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
11. Indentify the Genitourinary Rules of calculation Lecture
disorders of dose: Discussion
Charts
- Young’s rule
Models
- Clark’s rule Role play
- Fried’s rule

INTORODUTION TO RESEARCH

TITLE: INTORODUTION TO RESEARCH


COURSE NO:
CREDIT: 4 Credits (3 THEORY& 1 PRACTICALS)
PLACEMENT: SMESTER –III

Course Description/ Outline

This course is designed to give basic concept of research, methodology, sampling, report
writing, literature review, collection and analysis of data. It also give an understanding of
ethics, critical Appraisal and utilization of research.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course the students will able to:


 Define the research
 Describe the
 Understanding the Midwife’s role towards Community and Profession
 Identifies the basic structure of labor room, Basic Health Unit (BHU), Rural Health
Centre (RHC)
 Recognize the different type of instruments and detail about their uses
 Demonstrate the sterilization and disinfection techniques
 Describe the counseling of patients
 Assists the patient with different problems

UNIT-I
FUNDAMENTALS OF RESEARCH
TIME: 4 HOURS
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
1. Define the research 1.5 Definition of Lecture
research Discussion
importance of research Charts
Need for research Models
the research as scientific method Role play

Characteristic of the
scientific Approaches
Purpose of Scientific research

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:
UNIT-11
OVERVIEW OF THE RESEARCH PROCESS
TIME: 4 HOURS

SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING


AND LEARING
STRATEGIES
2. Define the basic 1.6 Definition of different terms Lecture
research terminology Scientific study Discussion
Concepts, constructs and theories Charts
Variables Models
Operational definition Role play
Data
Relationships
Control

The Conceptual phase


Describe the Major The
steps in Research Design and Planning Phase
The
Empirical Phase
The
analytical Phase
The
Dissemination
Phase

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:

UNIT-III
RESEARCH REPORT
TIME: 4 HOURS
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
3. Gain understanding for reading What are research Lecture
the research report journal articles? Discussion
The content of Charts
Research Report Models
The Style of Role play
Research Report
Tips on Reading
Research Report

Explain the locating research Bibliographic Aids for


reports Midwifes and nurses
Research Report
Tips on Locating
Research Report

Purpose of literature
review

develop written literature Need for research


reviews
Source of knowledge

Characteristic of the
Explain the importance of scientific Approaches
research

Purpose of Scientific
Describe the research as research
scientific method

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:

UNIT-IV
RESEARCH PROBLEM AND HYPOTHESES
TIME: 4 HOURS
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
4. Explain the research Sources of research Lecture
problem problem Discussion
Development and Charts
Refinanacement Models
of the research Role play
problem
Statement of the
research problem

Explain the research Definationn of research


Hypothesis hypotheses
Chaaracteristics of the
Hypotheses
Wording of the
Hypotheses
Hypotheses Testing and
Scientific Research

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:
UNIT-V
THEORITICAL FRAMEWORK FOR RESEARCH
TIME: 4 HOURS
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
5. Describe the nature of theories Definition of Lecture
Theories Discussion
Purpose of theories Charts
Characteristics of Models
theories Role play
Explain the Conceptual Definition of
framework, Models and testing Conceptual frame

And models

Important conceptual
framework

And theories in
research

Testing a theories and


conceptual framework
References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:

UNIT-VI
RESEARCH DESIGN
TIME: 4 HOURS
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
6. Describe the Research Design Definition of Lecture
Research Design Discussion
Purpose of Charts
research Design Models
Desimensions of Role play
the research
design

Explain the types of research Experimental and


Design non experimental
Cross sectional and
longitudinal
Survey field studies
Evaluation research
Need Assessment
Case study
Historical research
Methodological
research

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:

UNIT-VII

SAMPLING DESIGN
TIME: 4 HOURS
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
7. Determine the basic sampling Definition of Lecture
concept Sample Discussion
Sampling Charts
Population Models
Strata Role play
Sampling Rationale
Sample size
Types of Sampling
Non probability
Probability

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:

UNIT-VIII
METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION
TIME: 4 HOURS
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
8. Describe the Data collection Definition of Data Lecture
method Data collection Discussion
Basic Charts
Characteristics of Models
Data Collection Role play
Method
Self Report
Method
Scale
Observational
Method
Biophysiologic
measures

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation:

UNIT-IX
DATA QUALITY
TIME: 4 HOURS
SNO OBJECTIVES CONTENT TEACHING AND
LEARING
STRATEGIES
9. Gain understanding for reading What are research Lecture
the research report journal articles? Discussion
The content of Charts
Research Report Models
The Style of
Role play
Research Report
Tips on Reading
Research Report

Explain the locating research Bibliographic Aids for


reports Midwifes and nurses
Research Report
Tips on Locating
Research Report

Purpose of literature
develop written literature review
reviews

Need for research


Explain the importance of
research

References:

Denise F. Polit ,Barnadette P .Hungler“Essential of Nursing Research” J.B Lippincott


Company 3rd Ed.

Evaluation: