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KalingaApayao State College

Bulanao, Tabuk City

Department of Midwifery and Applied Technology


Program: Midwifery
First Semester 2016-2017

VISION:A premiere higher education Institution MISSION :As a molder of nation builders CORE VALUES:Awareness, commitment &
in Northern Luzon KASC, shall provide quality Instruction, dedication, competitive, caring cooperative,
engage in relevant research and extension loyalty, systematic, efficient and responsive
Goal of the Institute: programs, establish and operate profitable
income generating projects, and implement Objectives of the Course (CMO 33)
The Institute shall pursue for the attainment of the sustained capability- building programs to The Diploma in Midwifery aims to:
following higher education goals as follows: respond to changing demands. 1. Develop the knowledge, attitude and
Quality and excellence, relevance and skills of first level midwives in the
responsiveness, access and equity, efficiency and care of the girl-child, the adolescent,
effectiveness program objectives and the adult woman prior to during
and following pregnancy. This
prepares the midwives to:
a) Give the necessary supervision,
care and advice to women during
pregnancy, labor and post partum
period.
b) Manage normal deliveries on her
own responsibility and care for the
child.
2. Specifically, graduates of the 2 years
program are expected to:
a) Perform primary health care.
Services within the community
(promotive and preventive care)
b) Counsel and educate women,
family and community regarding
for parenthood/parenting.
c) detect abnormal conditions in the
mother and infant, and
d) procure specialized assistance as
COURSE CODE: Zoo II necessary (consultation and
COURSE TITLE: General Zoology referral).

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This 3 units course deals on the introductory of the human body in terms of its adaptation structural framework, with emphasis on physiology, regulations
and adaptive mechanism. It also gives emphasis on cytology and histology.

TIME DURATION : 54 hours/ 3 hours a week


CREDIT : 3 Units
PREREQUISITE : None

GENERAL OBJECTIVES: At the end of the semester, the students are expected to:
1. Identify the different branches of Science
2. Classify the organization of the human body.
3. Understand the function of each cell organelle and how they work together as a whole.
4. Recognize certain disorders of the body systems and appreciate the underlying pathology.
5. Use the understanding of zoology as it relates to the changes that happen to the human body in the course of time.

SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES

1. Classroom lectures
2. Group work/group discussion
3. Drawing and labeling
4. Library research
GRADING SYSTEM:

The KalingaApayao State College Adopts the cumulative grading system.

1. Midterm Grade = 60% Classroom Activities + 40% Midterm Test


2. Final Grade = 40% Classroom Activities + 60% Final test
= 1/3 Midterm Grade + 2/3 Final Grade

Major Topic 1 : The Nature of Science


Values to be integrated : Mastery, awareness, appreciation, understanding, orderliness
Objectives Content Time Frame Strategies Instructional Evaluation Notes &
(Hours) Materials Comments

 Give the definition of  Definition of Science 2 hours Lecture Hand outs, Assignment,
Science discussion chalk & recitation
blackboard and quizzes
 Identify the divisions of  Division of Science
Science
 Define Zoology  Definition of zoology 2 hours
 List down subdivisions of  Subdivisions of
zoology zoology
 Apply scientific method in  Scientific method 2 hours
problem solving.
 Differentiate law from  Law/principle, theory
theory and hypothesis hypothesis
 Define life  What is life 2 hours
 Identify theories on the  Theories on the
origin of life origin of life
 Enumerate characteristics  Living things and
of living things and non non-living things
living things
Major Topic 2 :Molecular Basis of Life
Values to be integrated : Attentiveness, open-mindedness, understanding
Objectives Content Time Frame Strategies Instructional Evaluation Notes &
Materials Comments

 Define cell  The cell structure 2 hours Lecture/discussion Hand outs, Assignment,
 Differentiate prokaryotic chalk quizzes
and eukaryotic cells and eraser, flip
 Name & give the functions  Organelles of the cell 3 hours Drawing & chart
of the organelles of the cell labeling
division
 Discuss the process of cell  Cell division 2 hours
division
 Define, Enumerate and  Tissue and 3 hours Lecture discussion Chalk and Quizzes
differentiate the types of classifications blackboard
tissues, illustration
 Explain the functions of  Functions of tissues 3 hours Drawing charts
the different types of tissue

Major Topic 5 : Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology


Values to be integrated : Awareness, appreciation, cleanliness, orderliness
Objectives Content Time Frame Strategies Instructional Evaluation Notes &
Materials Comments
 List down principal body cavities and  Review of body 3 hours → Lecture → Handouts Quizzes,
organs contained in them areas and cavities Discussion → charts Assignment
→ Illustrations and practical
examination
 Enumerates and explain the functions of  The body systems 3 hours
the different body systems
 Differentiate skin nails and hairs in terms  The integumentary 3 hours
of structural components systems
 The skin structure 3 hours
 Identify the accessory parts of the skin  Accessory parts of 3 hours
the skin
 Outline and discuss the process of perspiration as a body’s  Temperature 2 hours
homeostasis regulation
 Discuss skin disorders in relation to cause signs and  Common 5 hours Library research, Hand outs Quizzes,
symptoms and management disorders/disease of lecture/discussion assignment
the skin

REFERENCES
1. A.P. Duran, Lecture Noes on General Zoology, 1998
2. Elaine Marie, Essential of Zoology, 3rd Edition
3. R. Christine Chanco, General Zoology Lecture Manual, 2004

Prepared and checked by:

NELLIE L. DOCLAN
Instructor

Approved by:

RAYMOND E. BALBIN, Ph.D CARMELITA T. AYANG-ANG, Ph.D


Dean Director for Instruction VP for Academics & Student Development
KalingaApayao State College
Bulanao, Tabuk City

Department of Midwifery and Applied Technology


Program: Midwifery
Second Semester 2016-2017

Course Syllabus in Pathological Obstetrics, Basic Family Planning and Care of Infants

COURSE CODE : MID 102

DESCRIPTIVE TITLE : Pathological Obstetrics, Basic Family Planning and Care of Infants

CREDIT : 3 units

TIME DURATION : 54 hours/3 hours a week

PREREQUISITE : Physiological obstetrics (Mid 101) and Human Anatomy and Physiology (Zoo 12)

COURSE DESCRIPTION : This course deals with the concepts of complications of pregnancy, labor and delivery, its causes and
management, care of infants, including management of childhood diseases and basic family planning

KSU VSION : A knowledge and Technology Hub in Asia-Pacific Region

KSU MISSION : Kalinga State University shall primarily provide higher and advanced education, professional instruction and
training in the arts, agriculture forestry, social and natural sciences and technology, and other relevant fields of
study. It shall also promote and undertake research and extension services, and provide progressive leadership
in its areas of specialization.

PROGRAM GOALS : Produce students who can contribute to the needs of the province for sustainable development consistent with
cultural values and inspiration of the Kalinga people.
PROGRAM OBJECTIVES : The program aims to provide relevant and quality education in Maternal and Community Health for the poor
and underserved but deserving students in the area.
GENERAL OBJECTIVES:
At the end of the semester, the students are expected to:
1. Identify cases of bleeding during various stages of pregnancy
2. Develop skills in assessing patients with danger signs
3. Acquire the skills to counsel/motivate family planning clients
4. Understand the different stages of growth and development of a child patient
5. Adapt skills in the management of childhood diseases utilizing the integral management of childhood illnesses (IMCI) process.
GRADING SYSTEM:

The Kalinga State University Adopts the cumulative grading system.

Midterm Grade = 60% Classroom Activities + 40% Midterm Test


Final Grade = 40% Classroom Activities + 60% Final test
= 1/3 Midterm Grade + 2/3 Final Grade

Major Topic 1 : Complications of Pregnancy


Values to be integrated : Awareness, caring critical thinking, understanding, respect for life.
Intended Learning Outcomes Course Content/ Subject Matter Time Teaching & Resources/ Assessment Notes &
Table Learning Materials Tasks Comments
(Hours) Activities

 Discuss/ describe Complication of pregnancy 3 hours Lecture Quizzes


complications of pregnancy a. First trimester Discussion Cunningham,
that place the woman and 1. Hyperemesis Gravidarum William Rebus
her fetus at risk 2. Abortion Obstetrics
3. Ectopic Pregnancy
 Discuss the nursing actions
specific to the woman who b. Second trimester PowerPoint Assignment
has developed complication 1. Hydatidiform mole 5 hours Presentation Sia, Outline
of pregnancy 2. Incompetent cervix in Obstetrics
 Integrate knowledge of c. Third trimester Recitation
complications of pregnancy 1. Placenta previa log
with nursing process 2. Abruption placenta 3 hours
3. Toxemias of pregnancy

Major Topic 2 : Diseases Affecting Pregnancy


Values to be integrated : Awareness, understanding, caring, critical thinking
Intended Learning Outcomes Course Content/ Subject Matter Time Teaching & Resources/ Assessment Notes &
Table Learning Materials Tasks Comments
(Hours) Activities

 Describe high risk Diseases affecting pregnancy Quizzes


pregnancy including factors A. Diabetes mellitus 5 hours Lecture Sia,
that contribute to its B. Heart Diseases Discussion Outline in
development C. Renal Disorders Illustration Obstetrics
 Discuss diseases affecting D. Common Infections Speaking
pregnancy and its 1. Rubella 5 hours chips
management and treatment 2. Influenza
including nursing 3. Tuberculosis
intervention 4. Sexually transmitted
diseases
Major Topic 3 : Complications During Labor and Delivery
Values to be integrated : Familiarization, awareness, understanding, caring, critical thinking
Intended Learning Outcomes Course Content/ Subject Matter Time Table Teaching Resources/ Assessment Notes &
(Hours) & Materials Tasks Comments
Learning
Activities

 Describe common Complications during labor and Lecture Hot seat


deviations in power, delivery Discussion Pilliterri,
passage and passenger that a. Powers Illustration Material and
cause difficult and 1. Dystocia Film Child Health
dysfunctional labor 2. Precipitate labor 3 hours viewing Nursing Recitation
 Define labor and related 3. Dysfunctional uterine log
terms contraction
 Illustrate difficulties in the b. Passage way 1 hour
passage way and 1. Cephalo-pelvic Read Post
passenger disproportion categorize
c. Passenger
1. Prolapsed cord 2 hours
2. Cord coil
3. Multiple pregnancy
4. Abnormal presentation
Midterm Examination 3rd week of January
Major Topic 4 : Responsible Parenthood and Family Planning
Values to be integrated : Awareness, understanding, appreciation, participation
Intended Learning Outcomes Course Content/ Subject Matter Time Teaching & Resources/ Assessme Notes &
Table Learning Materials nt Tasks Comments
(Hours) Activities

 Discuss family planning A. Population situation 5 hours Lecture Family Quizzes


concepts and methods 1. World Discussion Planning
 Explain family situation in 2. Philippines Demonstration Instructio
relation to the population B. Laws and legislations related to nal Think pair
situation family planning 4 hours Manual share
 Discuss the current trends C. Roles and functions of the midwife by
in family planning in family planning APSOM Recitation
 Help the students acquire D. Methods of family planning 5 hours Log
skills to counsel & E. Current trends in family planning
motivate family planning
clients

Major Topic 5 : Care of Infants and Children


Values to be integrated : Caring, understanding, critical thinking
Intended Learning Course Content/ Subject Matter Time Teaching & Resources/ Assessment Notes &
Outcomes Table Learning Materials Tasks Comments
(Hours) Activities

 Describe the different A. Principles of growth and development 3 hours Lecture Novelty
theories of growth and B. Theories of growth and development Discussion Pilliterri,
development C. Factors influencing growth and 3 hours Material
 Discuss the different development and Child Structure
characteristics of the D. Stages of growth and development 3hours frame
different stages of growth Health
and development Nursing
 Identify factors quizzes
influencing growth and
development

Major Topic 6 : Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI)


Values to be integrated : Awareness, understanding, caring and critical thinking
Intended Learning Course Content/ Subject Matter Time Teaching & Resources/ Assessment Notes &
Outcomes Table Learning Materials Tasks Comments
(Hours) Activities

 Describe the health Case Management Process 5 hours Lecture Quizzes


problems of a sick a. Sick children Discussion IMCI Manual
young child b. The very sick young infants Group work Share pair
 Explain the assessment circle
procedure for a sick
child using the IMCI

REFERENCES :
1. Cunningham, William Obstetrics
2. Pilliterri, Material and Child Health Nursing
3. 2004, Sia Outline in Obstetrics
4. Family Planning Instructional Manual by APSOM
5. 2015,IMCI Manual by APSOM

Prepared by: Checked by: Approved by:

Scien−Teach Group Kenny M. Natarte, RN,MBA Andrea B. Sigat, MSN


Instructors Program Chairman Dmat− Chairman