CURRICULUMDIPLOMA IN MIDWIFERY PROGRAMFIRST YEAR1st SemesterSubjectsEnglish 1 (Communication Skills)Filipino 1 (Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan)Philosophy of Human PersonMath 1 (College Algebra)General ZoologyMidwifery 100 (Foundation of MidwiferyPractice)CP 100P.E. 1NSTP – c.Lab.Units333-ClinicalPracticum1-33332nd SemesterSubjectsEnglish 2 (Speech and Oral Communication)Filipino 2General PsychologyHuman Anatomy & PhysiologyMidwifery 101 (Normal OB, Immediate Careof the Newborn)Logic & Critical ThinkingCP 101-AP.E. 233353Summer1st SemesterSubjectsNutrition & DieteticsSociology & AnthropologyCP 101-BNSTP-2331310

SECOND YEAR1st SemesterSubjectsPrinciples, Methods & Strategies of Teachingin Health EducationInformation TechnologyMicrobiology & ParasitologyMidwifery 102 (Pathologic OB, BasicGynecology, FP Technology Care of Infants& Feeding)CP 102-APrimary Health Care ICP PHC 1P.E. 272292nd SemesterSubjectsLife, Works & Writings of RizalEnglish 3 (Technical Writing)Health Economics with TLRPhilippine Governance & ConstitutionMidwifery 103 (Prof. Growth & Developmentan Bio-Ethics)Primary Health Care 2CP PHCCP 102-BP.E. 23335Upon completion of the above program, the graduate shall be conferred the title ofGraduate Midwife and shall be eligible to take the licensure examination. Likewise, theregistered midwife may be admitted to the BS Midwifery Program.

SUMMARY OF UNITSGraduate in MidwiferyI. General Education (GE) courses:11859A. Language and Humanities ----------------------------------------------21 unitsEnglish 1(Comm. Skills 1). 3English 2(Comm. Skills 2). 3English 3(Technical Writing. 3Filipino 1(pakikipagtalastasan). 3Filipino 2(Panitikan). 3Logic (Critical Thinking). 3Philosophy of Human Person. 3B. Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Information Technology-------- 9 unitsMath 1 (Algebra) . 3General Zoology . 3Information Technology . 3C. Social Sciences --------- 9 unitsGeneral Psychology . 3Socio-Anthropology w/ STS . 3Health Economics . 3D. Mandated Subjects ------ 6 unitsPhil. Government . 3Rizal . 3E. Physical Education ------ 8 units

PE 1 2PE 2 2PE 3 . 2PE 4 . 2F. NSTP ---------------------- 6 unitsNSTP 1 3NSTP 2 3II. Core Courses22Primary Health Care 1 ----------------- 4Primary Health Care 2 ----------------- 3Anatomy & Physiology --------------- 5Micro & Parasitology ------------------ 4Teaching Strategies in Health Educ. – 3Nutrition --------------------------------- 3III. Professional CoursesM 100 ---------------------------------- 3M 101 ---------------------------------- 3M 102 ---------------------------------- 3M 103 ---------------------------------- 337

Description of CoursesI. Core/Professional CoursesA. Language and HumanitiesEnglish 1 – Communication Skills IBasic skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing. (3 units)English 2 – Communication Skills IIIntermediate skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing.Pre-requisite:

Filipino 1 – Sining ng PakikipagtalastasanListening, speaking, reading and writing. (3 units)Filipino 2 – Panitikang Pilipino sa Iba’t-ibang DisiplinaFrom its beginning in folk tradition, through colonial periods tothe present; to be taught in Pilipino. (3 units)Philosophy of a Human PersonAn inquiry into man as a person and his existence in the worldwith emphasis on the Filipino in the context of his culture andsociety.(3 units)Logic and Critical ThinkingIntroduces the science of correct reasoning by way of critical andcreative thinking. (3 units)B. Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Information TechnologyMathematics 1 – College AlgebraThe real number system, algebraic expressions and operations;relations, functions and their graphs; absolute value, equationsand linear inequalities; applications; radicals and exponents;systems of linear and quadratic equations; applications;polynomial equations. If and whenever possiblecalculator/computer techniques shall be used. (3 units)Computer Education

The course intends to provide the students with an introductioninto the internal components and interrelated function of acomputer systems, what it can and can not do and how it canassist in the solution of data processing problems. It will alsoinclude another discussion on the impact of computers in societyand the attending computer issues, now and in the future. (3units)Natural Science – General ZoologyThe branch of biology that focuses on the structure, function,behavior, and evolution of animals.C. Social SciencesGeneral PsychologyThe course aims to give the students an understanding ofcontemporary approaches to the analysis and treatment ofcomplex human behavior. It focuses on man as he acts andinteracts with his environment, includes such topics as nature ofperception, learning, memory, intelligence, motivation,personality, and social psychology in the Philippine setting. (3units)Socio-Anthropology w/ STSAn introduction to the basic concepts in Sociology andAnthropology stressing man’s interrelationship with other menand also his environment. Basic to the course is the study ofculture and social change. Integrated in this course is the holisticview of how science, technology and society interact with andaffect each other. Implications of the interactions to the healthstatus of Filipinos and to the health care profession in the countryis emphasized. (3 units)

Health EconomicsConcepts of micro-economics, money and banking, economicsgrowth and development and international economics in relationto health. (3 units)D. Mandated SubjectsPhilippine GovernmentTrends of the growth, organization, functions and working of thegovernment of the Republic of the Philippines. Includes analysisof the constitution. (3 units)RizalA study of the biography of Dr. Jose Rizal, a critical view of thesocial order in which he lived, through an analysis of his worksand letters, his opinions on nationalism, government, religion,education, as well as his philosophy of living and the relevanceof these ideas to the contemporary Philippine scene. (3 units)E. Physical EducationP.E. 1 – Self-Testing Activities and GymnasticsP.E. 2 – Rhythmic and AquaticsP.E. 3 – Individual and Dual SportP.E. 4 – Team SportsF. NSTPNSTP 1

NSTP 2DIPLOMA IN MIDWIFERYCourse Name: M 100 (FOUNDATIONS OF MIDWIFERY PRACTICE)CourseDescription: The course provides the student with basic/necessary knowledge, skillsand acceptable attitudes in the care of individuals and families. It includescomfort measures applied to individual clients and drug administration.CourseObjectives: At the end of the semester, the students will have acquires knowledge,skills, and attitude in instituting nursing measures including drugadministration.Course Credits: 3 unitsContact Hours: 3 hours lectures/wkPre-requisites: NoneCourse Outline:I. ManA. Characteristics of ManB. Man and His EnvironmentC. Needs of ManD. Basic Rights of ManII. Health and IllnessA. Dimensions of WellnessB. Models of Health and Illness

C. Factors Affecting HealthD. Stages of Wellness and IllnessE. Levels of PreventionF. Patient’s Bill of RightsIII. CommunicationA. PrinciplesB. TypesC. ElementsD. FactorsE. TechniquesF. Communication processG. M-C-IIV. Health Care ProcessA. Assessment1. Data Collection2. History Taking3. Physical Assessment4. Laboratory ExamsB. Planning1. Objective SettingC. Implementation1. Preventive Measures1) Medical Asepsis2) Body Mechanics2. Comfort Measures1) Bed Making2) Hygiene3) Massage

4) Heat and Cold Application5) Rest and Sleep6) Nutrition and Elimination3. Common Emergency Condition1) Principles of Emergency Care2) Common Emergency Conditionsa. Burnsb. Poisoningc. Fractured. Bleedinge. Shockf. Unconsciousness3) Basic Life Supporta. Artificial Life Supportb. CPRD. EvaluationV. Drug AdministrationA. Classification of DrugsB. Factor Influencing Drug actionC. Effects of DrugsD. Common AbbreviationsE. Types of Medication OrderF. Parts of Drug OrderG. 10 R’s of MedicationH. Route of Drug AdministrationI. Drugs and Solution

Laboratory &Equipment: Different types of drugs, Resusci Anne, Vital signs set, Physicalassessment set, splints, mannequin as modelTexts &References: Kozier, Fundamentals of Nursing, Tungpalan, Fundamentals of NursingFuerst and Wolff, Fundamentals of Nursing, Potter, Fundamentals ofNursingCourse Name: CP-100 (CLINICAL PRACTICUM 100)CourseDescription: The Course develops the students’ basic skills in the care of individualsand families.CourseObjectives: At the end of the semester, the students will have developed the necessarycompetencies in instituting nursing measures including drugadministration.Course Credits: 3 unitsContact Hours: 3 x 51/hr 153 hoursPre-requisites: This is taken simultaneous with M-100. The students must pass both M100 for them to be qualified for higher professional course.Learning Focus:I. Data CollectionA. History takingB. Physical AssessmentII. Nursing MeasuresA. Preventive1. Aseptic techniquesa. Hand washingb. Putting on glovesc. Opening sterile packs2. Body Mechanicsa. PositionsB. Comfort measures1. Bed making

2. Hygienea. Oral careb. Cleansing bed bathc. Perennial Flushingd. Partial bathe. Tub bath3. Correct massage technique4. Heat and cold application5. Rest and sleep6. Nutrition7. Eliminationa. Inducing urinationb. CatheterizationC. Common Emergency Measures1. First Aide for:a. Burnsb. Poisoningc. Fractured. Bleedinge. Shock / unconsciousness2. Basic Life Supporta. CPRIII. Drug AdministrationA. Classification1. Types of medication orderB. RoutesC. AdministrationD. Drug and Solutions

Course Name: M 101 – PRACTICE 1 – MIDWIFERY (OB 1-CARE OF THE NEWBORN)CourseDescription: The course deals with the concepts of normal pregnancy, labor anddelivery, puerperium; and the care of the newborn, introduction ofconcepts related to family planning and responsible parenthood. It includesintravenous insertion, vaginal examination and suturing.CourseObjectives: 1. Discusses the anatomy and physiology of reproductive system.2. Discusses the physiology of menstruation.3. Identify signs and symptoms of Pregnancy.4. Demonstrate skills in performing assessment to pregnant, in labor andpost partum mothers.5. Demonstrate skills in, vaginal examination, handling normaldeliveries, suturing perineal lacerations, and IV therapy.Course Credits: 3 unitsContact Hours: 3 hrs. lecture/ weekPre-requisites: M-100 and CP-100Course Outline:I. IntroductionA. Definition of TermsB. Significance Development of ObstetricsC. Importance of Obstetrics to MidwivesII. Anatomy and Physiology of the Reproductive SystemA. Female Reproductive SystemB. Male Reproductive SystemC. PelvisIII. Human Sexuality and Sex Health InterventionA. Physiology of MenstruationIV. Pregnancy

A. Signs and Symptoms of pregnancyB. Diagnosis of PregnancyC. Fetal DevelopmentD. Physiologic Changes During PregnancyE. Minor Discomforts of PregnancyF. Preparation for Parenthood1.The Pregnant Woman2.The Expectant Father3.The Expectant FamilyG. Ante Natal Care1. First Trimester2. Second Trimester3. Third TrimesterV. Labor and DeliveryA. Theories on the Onset of LaborB. Premonitory Signs of LaborC. Signs of True LaborD. Stages of Labor1. First Stage of Labora. Managementi. Relief of Painii. Therapyb. Phases2. Second Stage of Labora. Mechanisms of Laborb. 5 P’s of Laborc. Management3. Third Stage of Labora. Types of Placental Separation

b. Episiotomyi. Types of Episiotomyii. Repair of Episiotomy4. Fourth Stage of LaborVI. Post Partum PeriodA. AssessmentB. Systemic Changes During PregnancyC. Health Education1. Perineal Care2. Episiotomy Care3. Bowel Eliminations4. Breast Care and Breast Feeding5. Nutrition6. Family Planning Counseling7. Return VisitVII. NewbornA. Immediate Care of the Newborn1. APGAR Scoring2. Maintenance of Airway3. Maintenance of Temperature4. Bathing5. Cord CareLaboratory &Equipment: Pelvic Model, Pelvis Model, Pregnant Mother Model, Newborn Model, IVFluids, Sutures, DR Set, Suction ApparatusTexts &References: Pilliteri, Adelle, Maternal and Child Nursing, Mobsy 2003Myles Textbook for MidwivesWilliam Obstetrics

Course Name: CP-101 – A (CLINICAL PRACTICUM 101-A)CourseDescription: The course deals with the skills in:1) Management of normal pregnancy, labor and delivery, puerperium;and the care of the newborn;2) Counseling in family planning and responsible parenthood; and3) Intravenous insertion, vaginal examination and suturing.CourseObjectives: At the end of the semester, the students will have developed the necessarycompetencies in the care and management hence, ensuring safety andcomfort for both mothers and babies.Course Credits: 3 unitsContact Hours: 3 x 51/hr 153 hoursPre-requisites: CP-100Learning Focus:I. PregnancyA. Signs and symptoms1. Recognition / Early detection of abnormalitiesB. DiagnosisC. Physiologic changesD. Prenatal care1. History taking2. Vital signs and weight taking3. Identification of high risk factors4. Leopolds Maneuver5. Auscultation for FHB6. AOG and EDC computation7. Immunization8. Urine exam for albumin and sugar9. Mothers’ classII. Labor and DeliveryA.Signs and symptoms of true labor1.Monitoring progress of labora. Uterine contractionsi. Durationii. Intervaliii. Intensityb. Partographc. Vaginal examinationB.Recognition / Early detection of abnormalitiesC.Procedures

1.2.3.D.E.F.G.H.I.catheterizationenemaperennial flushingCare During the First Stage of Labor1.Vital signs2.Comfort measures3.Diet4.Positioning5.Emotional supportCare During the Second Stage of Labor1.Draping2.Observation of mechanism of Labor3.Ritgen’s maneuver4.Delivery techniqueCare During the Third Stage of Labor1.Observation of the signs of placental separation2.Delivery and inspection of the placenta3.Injection of oxytocic4.Inspection of the perineum5.Measure blood loss6.Identification and classification of lacerations7.Repair of lacerations8.Perennial flushing9.After careImmediate Care of the New Born1. Apgar Scoring2. Suctioning of mucous3. Maintain body temperature4. Bonding5. Cord dressing6. Eye prophylaxis7. Rectal temperature taking8. Identification9. Vitamin K injection10. BCG administration11. Anthropometric measurement12. Newborn screening13. Registration of BirthManagement of the Fourth Stage of Labor1. Vital signs2. Watch for uterine atony3. Observation of lochia4. Observation of distended bladderManagement of puerperium1. Vital signs2. Physical assessment3. Breast care4. Measurement of fundal height5. Observation of lochia (color, odor, amount)

6. Care of perennial wound7. Elimination of bowel and bladder8. Inspection of lower extremities for edema, varicosities, milkleg9. Ambulation10. Family planning counseling11. Health instructions12. Post partum check upCourse Name: CP-101 – B (CLINICAL PRACTICUM 101 – B)CourseDescription: The course is a continuation of CP 100-A. It enables the students toproceed to the clinical areas in order for them to complete theirexperiences and course requirements.CourseObjectives: At the end of the summer class, the students will have intensified thenecessary competencies in the care and management of mothers andbabies, at the same time, accomplished the case requirements.Course Credits: 1 unitsContact Hours: 51 hoursPre-requisites: CP-100-ALearningFocus: LF under CP 101-ACourse Name: M 102 (PATHOLOGICAL OBSTETRICS, BASIC FAMILYPLANNING AND CARE OF INFANTS)CourseDescription: This course deals with the concepts of complications of pregnancy, laborand delivery, its causes and management, care of infants and childrenincludes integrated management of childhood diseases, and basic familyplanning.CourseObjectives: To develop KSA in identifying patients with complications of pregnancy,labor and delivery, care of growing infants, implementation of IMCIprogram, and family planning counseling.Specific Objectives: To recognize deviations from normal To identify cases of bleeding during the various stages ofpregnancy To define characteristics of abnormal labor

To develop skills in assessing patients with danger signs To recognize family planning concepts and methods To acquire the skills to counsel/motivate family planning clients To identify the different theories of growth and development To enumerate the different stages of growth and development To recognize the different characteristics of the different stages ofgrowth and development To identify the needs during the different stages of growth anddevelopment To identify the health problems of a sick young child To assess sick young child with problemsCourse Credits: 3 unitsContact Hours: 3 hrs/wk lecturePre-requisites: Physiological Obstetrics, Human Anatomy and PhysiologyCourse Outline:I. Complications of PregnancyA. First Trimester1. Hyperemesis gravidarum2. H-mole3. Abortion4. Ectopic Pregnancy5. Incompetent cervixB. Second Trimester1. Abruptio Placenta2. Placenta Previa3. Toxemia of Pregnancy4. Hypertensive vascular DiseaseC. Third TrimesterII. Diseases Affecting PregnancyA. Diabetes MellitusB. Heart DiseasesC. Renal DisordersD. Common Infections1. Rubella2. Influenza3. Tuberculosis4. STDIII. Complication during Labor and DeliveryA. Powers

1. Dystocia2. Precipitate Labor3. Ruptured placenta4. Dysfunctional uterine contractionB. Passageway1. Cephalopelvic disproportionC. Passenger1.Prolapse cord2. Cord coil3. Multiple Pregnancy4. Abnormal presentationIV. Responsible Parenthood and Family PlanningA. Population Situation of the1. World2. PhilippinesB. Laws and legislations Related to FP1. P.D. 9652. P.D. 793. P.D. 2334. P.D. 63655. P.D. 696. P.D. 1487. LOI 47C. Roles and Functions of the Midwife1. Motivator/ Counselor2. Service Provider3. FP ManagerD. History of Family Planning in the PhilippinesE. Responsible Parenthood1. Human Sexualitya. Biophysical profileb. Psycho-physiologicalc. Socio-cultural2. Benefits of Family planninga. Motherb. Fatherc. ChildrenF. Client Health Assessment1. Importance2. When to conduct Health Assessment3. Components of Health AssessmentG. Counseling1. Importance of Counseling2. Principles of Counseling3. Components of Counseling4. Steps in Counseling5. Skills in Counseling6. Effective Counseling

H. Factors Affecting Couples Acceptance and NonAcceptance of FPI. Methods of Family Planning1. Natural2. Hormonal3. Barrier4. PermanentJ. Current Trends in Family PlanningV. Care of InfantsA. Principles of Growth and DevelopmentB. Factors Influencing Growth and DevelopmentC. Theories of Growth and Development1. Freud2. Erickson3. PiagetD. Stages of Growth and Development1. Fetal or Embryonic2. Neonatea. Immediate careb. Characteristics of newbornc. Appearance of newbornd. Continuing care of the newborn3. Infancya. Infant profileb.Development taskc. Nutritiond.Special needs/problemsIntegrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI)A. Case Management Process1. Assessment of Sick Childrena. History Takingb. Checking of danger Signsc. Checking main symptomsd. Checking nutritional statuse. Checking Immunization statusf. Assessing other problem2. Treatment procedure for sick childrena. Referral of children age 2 mos. – 5 yearsb. Treatment for out patient clinic3. Treatment procedure for sick children4. Follow-up CareThe very sick young infantA. Checking main symptoms1. Bacterial infection2. Feeding Problems/low weightB. Checking Immunization StatusC. Assessing Other ProblemsD. Treatment Procedure

Laboratory &EquipmentE. ReferralF. CounselingG. Follow-up Care: Pregnant Model, newborn model, pelvic model, immunization tray,newborn trayTexts &References: IMCI Manual for Faculty, Myles Textbook for midwives, Nursing Care ofthe Growing family, Adelle Pilliterri, Family Planning Manual byAPSOM, Williams ObstetricsCourse Name: CP 102 – A (CLINICAL PRACTICUM 102-A)CourseDescription: This course deals with the important skills in identifying complications ofpregnancy, labor and delivery including integrated management ofchildhood diseases, and basic family planning.CourseObjectives: To develop the students’ competencies in identifying patients withcomplications during pregnancy, labor and delivery, and in implementingIMCI program and basic family planning.Course Credits: 6 unitsContact Hours: 6 x 51/hr 306 hoursPre-requisites: M-101-BLearningFocus:A. Complications of Pregnancy1. First semesterHyperemesis gravidarumH-moleAbortionEctopic PregnancyIncompetent cervix2. Second semestera. Abruptio Placentab. Placenta Previac. Toxemia of Pregnancyd. Hypertensive vascular diseaseB. Identify Diseases Affecting Pregnancy1. Diabetes Mellitus2. Heart Diseases3. Renal Disorder4. Common Infectionsa. Rubellab. Influenzac. Tuberculosisd. STD

C. Complications During Labor and Delivery1. Powersa. Dystociab. Precipitate Laborc. Ruptured Placentad. Dysfunctional uterine contraction2. Passagewaya. Cephalopelvic disproportional3. Passengera. Prolapse cordb. Cord Oilc. Multiple pregnancyd. Abnormal presentationD. Counseling1. Responsible parenthood and family planning2. Human Sexuality3. Benefits of Family Planning4. Methods of Family PlanningE. Care of infants1. Neonate2. Infant3. IMCICourse Name: CP-102 – B (CLINICAL PRACTICUM 102 – B)CourseDescription: The course is a continuation of CP 102-A. It enables the students toproceed to the clinical areas for completion of experiences and caserequirements.CourseObjectives: At the end of the semester, the students will have acquired the necessarycompetencies in the care and management of mothers and babies andaccomplish case requirements.Course Credits: 7 unitsContact Hours: 7 x 51/hr 357 hoursPre-requisites: CP 102-ACourse Name: M103 (PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT)CourseDescription: The course deals with aspects of Midwifery Practice. It includesmidwifery ethics, professional growth, career development, current trendsand issues including related laws affecting health care and midwiferypractice and principles of bioethics.

CourseObjectives: At the end of the course, the student:1. Identifies terminologies relevant to the topic.2. Recognized the importance of moral, ethical and legal principles inthe practice of midwifery.3. Applies the different moral, ethical and legal principles.Course Credits: 3 unitsContact Hours: 3hrs/week lecturePre-requisites: M-100 – M-102Course Outline:I. Brief History of MidwiferyA. WorldB. PhilippinesII. Fundamentals of ethicsA. Importance of Ethics to the ProfessionB. The code of Ethics for MidwivesC. Guiding Principles in the Practice of MidwiferyD. Principles of Bioethics & ApplicationE. Ethical Issues Related to1.Birth2.Death3. Patient’s RightIII. Personality DevelopmentA. PersonalityB. GroomingC. UniformD. HealthE. VoiceF. PoiseG. ConductH. MannersI.Ethical BehaviorIV. The Midwifery ProfessionA. Sphere of Midwifery Practice in the PhilippinesB. Skills and Abilities of Professional MidwifeC. Qualifications of Applicants for LicensureD. The Midwifery Licensure ExamV. The Law and SocietyA. Importance of Law to SocietyB. Legal Rights and Responsibilities1.Rights of the Midwife2.Professional Negligence3.Situations and Circumstances with Legal Implicationsa.Registration of Births

b.Hospital records as Evidencec.Privilege Comm.d.Chartinge.Incident ReportC. Criminal Liabilities1.Felony2.Crimes Against Persons3.Crimes Against Property4.Crimes Against Chastity5.Crimes Against Civil Status of the Person6. Crimes Against Public InterestD. Kinds of Felony According to Degree and Attainment ofObjectives1. Attempted Felony2. Frustrated Felony3. Consummated FelonyE. Classification of Felonies According to Degree of Punishmentattached to it1. Grave Felony2. Less Grave Felony3. Light FelonyF. Circumstances Which Affect Criminal Liabilities1. Justifying Circumstances2. Exempted Circumstances3. Mitigating Circumstances4. Aggravating Circumstances5. Alternative CircumstancesG. Doctrines Which Determine the Liabilities for Damage due toNegligence1. Res Ipsa Loquitor2. Respondent Superior3. Force majeureVI. The Civil Code of the PhilippinesA. Family CodeB. Contract1. Requisites of Contract2. Kinds of Contract3. Persons Who May Enter Into a ContractC. Will1. Persons Involved in Making a Will2. Persons Qualified to make a WillVII. Professional AdjustmentA. Adjustment in Job OpportunitiesB. Steps in Seeking EmploymentC. Extra Professional AdjustmentVIII. Current Development Affecting Practice in MidwiferyA. Magna Carta of Public Health WorkersB. Population ControlC. CHED Policy on Midwifery Education

D. Labor LawE. CPE for MidwivesF. Other Trends and IssuesTexts &References: Sanchez, P. Loarca, J. The Midwife, The Law And EthicsVenzon, Lydia M. Nursing Practice I the Phils.Edge, Raymond S., John Randall Grooves, PHd., Ethics of Health Care –A Guide For Clinical Practice, 2nd Edition, 1999Ciabal, Laura Evelyn, Health Ethics Allied Professionals, 1st Edition, 2001Paunil-Ciabal, Laura Evelyn, Ethics for Health ProfessionalsTimbereza, Florentino T., Bio-Ethics and Moral Decision, 1993Course Name: PRIMARY HEALTH CARE ICourseDescription: Concepts and principles in the provision of basic services of healthpromotion/maintenance and disease prevention at the individual andfamily level.CourseObjectives: At the end of the course, the student will demonstrate beginning skills inproviding basic health care in terms of health promotion, maintenance anddisease prevention at the individual and family level guided by the healthcare process.Course Credits: 4 unitsContact Hours: 34 hrs/week lecturePre-requisites: NoneCourse Outline:I. Concepts of Health and Illnessa. Definition of health, illness and wellnessb. Dimensions of health/wellnessc. Different Models of Healthd. Levels of PreventionII. Health as a Multifactorial Phenomenona. Factors affecting HealthIII. The Philippine Health Care Delivery Systema. The National Health Situationb. Components of the Phil. Health Care Delivery Systemc. Goals and Objectivesd. Organizational Structuree. Levels of Health Care Facilitiesf. Two-way Referral Systemg. Multi-Sectoral Approach to Health

h. The National Health PlanIV. Primary Health Carea. Definition, Rationale and Goalsb. Principle of PHCc. Strategies of PHCd. Elements (Essential Services) of PHCV. Care Enhancement Qualitiesa. Caring Behavior (Curative Elements)VI. Health Care Process as Applied to the Familya. Assessment (Family Health Problems)b. Planning (Family Health Care Plan)c. Intervention (Family Health Care Strategies)d. EvaluationTexts &References: Salvacion G. Bailon Reyes, Community Health Nursing – The Basic ofPractice, 2006Erlinda Castro Palagnas, Health Care Practice In The Community, 2003Araceli S. Maglaya, Nursing Practice in the Community, 2003DOH, Community Health Nursing Services in the Philippines, 2000Course Name: CP PHC-I (CLINICAL PRACTICUM PRIMARY HEALTH CARE –I)CourseDescription: This course deals with the important skills in providing basic healthservices for health promotion and disease prevention at individual andfamily levels.CourseObjectives: At the end of the semester, the students will have developed the neededcompetencies in the provision of basic health services for health promotionand disease prevention at the individual and family levels.Course Credits: 3 unitsContact Hours: 3 x 51/hr 153 hoursPre-requisites: NoneLearning Focus:A. Community Health Process1. Assessment (Family Health Problems)a. Community Surveyb. Family Surveyi. Identification of health Problems2. Planninga. Family Health Care Plan

B.C.D.E.F.G.3. Interventiona. Family Health Care Strategies4. EvaluationMission/Vision philosophy, organization, physical set-up SOP’s andschedule of activities of the RHU/BHSClinic Activities1. Assisting in prenatal/postnatal check up2. Immunization3. Under 5 clinic activities4. IMCI5. Mothers classHome Visit1. Bag technique2. Antepartum Home Visit3. Postpartum Home Visit4. Neo/Infant5. Domiciliary Obstetrical ServicePlanning (Family Health Care Plan)Intervention (Family Health Care Strategies)EvaluationCourse Name: PRIMARY HEALTH CARE IICourseDescription: Concepts and principles in the provision of basic health care in terms ofhealth promotion/maintenance and disease prevention at the communitylevel. This course shall focus on the in-depth discussion of the principles,approaches, strategies, and process to community health development.This will also equip the students with the principles and strategies ofCommunity Organizing Participatory Action Research (COPAR) model.CourseObjectives: At the end of the course, the students will demonstrate skills in theprovision of basic health care in terms of health promotion/maintenanceand disease prevention at the community level guided by the COPARModel.Course Credits: 3 unitsContact Hours: 3 hrs lecture/weekPre-requisites: Primary Health Care ICourse Outline:I. Health Communitya. Definition of community, characteristics and classificationb. Components of a communityc. Concepts of a healthy communityd. Elements of a healthy communitye. Factors that affect community healthf. Effects of a healthy community

II. Health Statistics and Epidemiologya. Health Statisticsb. Health indicators, implicationsc. EpidemiologyIII. Community Health Care Development Processa. Approaches to community developmentb. HRDP-COPAR Model as a strategy for communitydevelopmentc. Phases of COPARd. Critical Activitiese. Roles and activities in community health care developmentIV. Care Enhancement Qualities of health workers in community settinga. The community health workerb. Qualities of a health workerc. Functio

CP PHC - - 2 2 CP 102-B - - 7 7 P.E. 2 2 - - 2 29 Upon completion of the above program, the graduate shall be conferred the title of Graduate Midwife and shall be eligible to take the licensure examination. Likewise, the registered midwife may be admitted to the BS Midwifery Program.