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By: Jonathan G.

Apolinario, RN

Graduates in Nursing (GN) who wish to go to the BSN program shall fulfill the requirements of the BSN curriculum specified under MECS Order No. 9, s. 1984 according to the following guidelines:
1. Must fulfill requirements of P.D. No. 146 (requiring NCEE) and its impending rules and regulations (for graduates after school year 1974-1975). The NCEE cut off score of 70 percentile for those entering the BSN Program does not apply to GN graduates and Bachelor degree holder. 2. Must fulfill admission requirements of the school where student wishes to enroll. 3. Must take all general education subjects specified in BSN program in DECS Order No. 59, s. 1985 which are as follows:

A. Language and Literature - 21 Units


1. English - 15 Units
x x x x Communication Skills 1 & 2 6 Effective Writing and Speaking Skills 3 Literary Forms of expression 3 Survey of Philippine Literature 3

2. Filipino 6 Units
x Sining ng Pakikipagtalastasan 3 x Panitikang Pilipino - 3

B. Mathematics and Natural Sciences 25 Units


1. Mathematics (College Algebra) 3 2. Chemistry (Inorganic and Organic) 5 3. Biochemistry 5 4. Physics 3 5. Microbiology and Parasitology 4 6. Anatomy and Physiology - 5

C. Social Sciences 27 Units


1. Philosophy of Man 3 2. General Philosophy 3 3. Sociology Anthropology 3 4. Ethics 3 5. Economics with Taxation and agrarian Reform 3 6. Philippine History 3 7. Philippine Government and Constitution 3 8. Rizals Life and Work 3 9. Asian Civilization - 3

Nutrition 3 Units Strategies of Health Teachings 3 Units

D. Electives
Educational Psychology 3 Test and Measurements 3 Principles and Methods of Teaching 3 Computer and Society 3 Guidance and Counseling 3

P.E. 8 Units

Lecture Units

Related Learning Experience

No. of Hours

Units N-105 Nursing Practice III N-106 Nursing Practice IV Elective Nursing Practice TOTAL 5 3 8 4 7 6 17 204 357 306 867

GN program may be credited a maximum of 41 units towards the BSN Program


1. Applicants shall be evaluating on a case to case basis considering the following:
x A. GN program attended. The student must have taken the following courses or its equivalent: x 1. Fundamentals of Nursing I x 2. Fundamentals of Nursing II with Nursing Process x 3. Nursing Care of the Adolescence, Adults, and the Aged I and II x 4. Maternal and Child Nursing I and II x 5. Psychiatric Nursing I and II x 6. Communicable Disease Nursing x 7. Community Health Nursing I x 8. Primary Health Care

x B. Experience in Nursing Practice. Experiences obtained must be certified by immediate supervisor and/or administrator. Certification shall include:
x 1. Year and length of time in service x 2. Years of assignment x 3. Evaluation of performance x Full-time staff nurse experience (hospitals, public health, occupational health nursing, school nursing, military nursing) may be credited twenty (20) hours of Related Nursing Experience (RLE) for every year, but not exceed two-hundred (200) hours towards Nursing 106.

The BSN Curriculum is a highly innovative curriculum, not only in the content and approach but in the utilization of major concepts and organizing principles so distinctly different from the traditional nursing curriculum. The teaching-learning process is best achieved by proper selection of and organization of learning experiences in a given situation. Hence, the challenges lies greatly in the preparedness and ability of the faculty to organize the leaning experiences in the classroom or outside of the classroom based on the identified objectives.

The related learning experiences are viewed in terms of ends to be reached or changes in the behavior of the students and not just in terms of content to be covered or devices to be used. The clinical instructor must be competent in selected learning experiences that will provide for continuity, sequence, and integration of principles, concepts, skills, and values that have been previously learned in the classroom and other areas. Needless to say, there is much to be expected of the faculty handling this particular aspect of the teaching-leaning process and every consideration to keep her on a high level of performance must be earnestly pursued.

In coming up with the proposed formula for determining cost of related learning experiences per student, consideration was given to:
(a) Rules and Standards of Nursing Education and the prescribe units and hours for the Related Learning Experiences in the BSN Curriculum, (b) faculty preparation and competence, (c) overhead expenses of the school administration other than salaries.

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1. A class is composed of 48 students 2. Related Learning Experience hours required for whole course 1887 hours First Year 1 unit x 17 weeks 3. Second Year 2 units x 17 weeks = 102 hours
2 units x 17 weeks = 102 hours Third Year 5 units x 17 weeks = 255 hours 7 units x 17 weeks = 357 hours Fourth Year 4 units x 17 weeks = 204 hours 7 units x 17 weeks = 357 hours Elective 6 units x 17 weeks = 306 hours

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4. Students in groups for the related experiences 8-11 students to a group 1st & 2nd year 10-13 students to a group 3rd year 12-15 students to a group 4th year

1. The implementation of the Related learning Experience calls for full-time faculty who are qualified and competent to handle the teaching responsibility in as many varied situations as the course required. The BSN Curriculum is highly innovative in content and approach in the utilization of major concepts and organizing principles requiring a highly competent instructor. Preparation of the Related Learning Experiences entails more time, if not equal to classroom preparation. 2. It is for the above reason that it was deemed reasonable that faculty remuneration relative to the Related Learning Experience should be equal to that of the classroom instruction.

1. Affiliation fees to different hospitals and agencies are not included in the computation. 2. Formula for computing cost per hour to students. (Refer to DECS Order No. 82, s. 1989)

Concept
Man

Related Learning Experience


Depicts Social Graces thru Role Play
x A) Sets up tables for formal and informal parties, tea party x B) Receiving messages thru telephone

Communication techniques
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Equipment/Supplies
Tables, plates, spoon and fork, chairs, table linens, napkins, glasses, cups Telephone Forms on interviewing techniques

Concept
Health
x Personal Hygiene

Related Learning Experience


Handwashing

Equipment/Supplies
Sinks (2)
x 1 surgical x 1 kitchen

Concept
Health
x Personal Hygiene

Related Learning Experience


Care of Eyes, Ears, Hair, Teeth, Nails, Feet

Equipment/Supplies
Towels, cotton pledges, soap, soap dish, orange stick, hairbrush, toothbrush, toothpaste, glass

Concept
Health
x Comfort Measures

Related Learning Experience


Bedmaking

Equipment/Supplies
Crutch beds (6)
x 1 bed/8 students at one time

Concept
Health
x Comfort Measures

Related Learning Experience


Bedbath

Equipment/Supplies
Tray containing soap dish with soap, alcohol, comb, dusting powder, nail file, nail cutter. Bed bath trays (3), basins (2), pitcher (2), face towel, bath towels (2), blankets (2), rubber sheet, draw sheet

Concept
Health
x Comfort Measures

Related Learning Experience


Shampooing

Equipment/Supplies
Kelly pad, pitchers, rubber sheet, pail (big), cotton balls for ear plugs, bed side table (6), foot stool (6), overhead table (1), pillows (6), linens (bedsheet, pillows, drawsheet), screen, rubber sheet

Concept
Nursing Process

Related Learning Experience


History taking Physical Assessment (adult)

Equipment/Supplies
Forms of gathering data Assessment tools (individuals & family)

Concept
Nursing Process

Related Learning Experience


A) Vital Signs

Equipment/Supplies
B/P apparatus (mercurial, aneroid), teaching stethoscope, thermometer (oral, rectal), VCR, tapes showing assessment of these parts

Concept
Nursing Process

Related Learning Experience


B) Physical Assessment I
x (Head, Neck, Throat)

Equipment/Supplies
Snellens chart, penlight, head mirror, otoscope, screen, nasal, tongue depressor

Concept
Nursing Process

Related Learning Experience


B) Physical Assessment II
x (Chest, Thorax, Abdomen)

Equipment/Supplies
Video tapes showing assessment of these parts, stethoscope, beds, screen

Concept
Nursing Process

Related Learning Experience


B) Physical Assessment III
x (Upper and Lower Extremity) x Sensory Reflexes

Equipment/Supplies
Tapes showing assessment of these parts, reflex hammer, chairs, screen

Concept
Community

Related Learning Experience Equipment/Supplies


Simulated Community Setting (houses, barangay hall with graphs showing vital statistics of a hypothetical community and spot map, herbal plants, posters on acupressure)

Concept
Therapeutics

Related Learning Experience


Drug Administration
x Oral x Parenteral

Equipment/Supplies
Drug tray (1), samples of oral drug like multivitamins, iron preparations, oxytocics, IM tray, tuberculin syringe (1), syringes (2cc, 5cc, 10cc), needles (g. 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26), container for cotton balls for dry and with alcohol, kidney basin

Concept
Family

Related Learning Experience


Responsible Parenthood

Equipment/Supplies
Visual aids/samples of different family planning method

Concept
Family

Related Learning Experience


Developmental Stages
x Antenatal

Equipment/Supplies
Examining table, drapes, fetoscope, CHN bag containing: (test tubes (2), test tube holder (1), alcohol lamp (1), solutions (Benedict, ascetic acid), thermometers (oral, rectal)), tape measure (1), weighing scale spring (1), B/P apparatus, stethoscope, outside the PHN bag (kelly forceps (2), kidney basin (1), catheter Fr. 8, 10, 12 (1 each))

Concept
Family

Related Learning Experience


Developmental Stages
x Natal/Delivery

Equipment/Supplies
Shaving tray (1) jar of cotton balls with liquid soap, granulated pitcher with flushing solution, forceps soaked in disinfectant solution, razor with blade, kidney basin Enema tray (1) irrigator can with rubber tubing and clamp, enema tip, jar for lubricant, container of cotton balls, granulated enamel pitcher, bath thermometer, toilet paper, kidney basin

DR tray kelly forceps (2), mayo (1), straight (1), scissors, catgut, needle holder, OS, anesthetics IM tray containing oxytocics/Vit. K, syringe and needle, container for cotton balls, DR table, kelly pad and bucket

Concept
Family

Related Learning Experience


Developmental Stages
x Newborn care

Equipment/Supplies
Cord dressing tray (1) jar of cotton pledges, jar of cotton balls, jar of OS, bottle for disinfectant, bottle of alcohol, jar of cord dressing, sterile cord dressing, scissors, sterile forceps, kidney basin Oil bath tray jar of cotton balls, baby oil, kidney basin, babys blanket, opthalmic ointment, crib with baby doll, tape measure, weighing scale, babys layette (diaper, binders), dress, blanket, safety pins, mittens, booties Formula tray (1) sterilizer, feeding bottle with cover, nipples, measuring glass, formula, can opener

Concept
Family

Related Learning Experience


Developmental Stages
x Post Natal

Equipment/Supplies
Perineal tray, penlight, breast tray (jar of cotton balls, jar of sterile water, breast pump), medicine tray with oral oxytocics, instruments for taking vital signs Baby crib, immunization tray (BCG), jar of cotton with water, tuberculosis syringe with needle g.25or 26, kidney basin, BCG vaccine, babys layette Stimulated home setting improvised bed, earthen jar or equivalent, improved bed

Concept
Family

Related Learning Experience


Developmental Stages
x Care of the Newborn at Home

Equipment/Supplies
Articles for bathing by basin with warm water, towels cottons, soap in soap dish, wash cloth or face towel, baby dress, diapers/pins

Concept
Family

Related Learning Experience


Developmental Stages
x Care of the post partum mother

Equipment/Supplies
Assessment tool B/P apparatus Thermometer

Concept
Family

Related Learning Experience


Developmental Stages
x Well Baby Clinic

Equipment/Supplies
Immunization tray (DPT, Polio vaccines) Weighing scale

Concept
Suggested Models
x Pregnant Models

Related Learning Experience


Visual Aids
x Breastfeeding

Equipment/Supplies
Instructional Aids
x Physical assessment tapes

Concept
Suggested Models
x Newborn Models

Related Learning Experience


Visual Aids
x Growth chart

Equipment/Supplies
Instructional Aids
x MMDST kit

Concept
Suggested Models
x Pelvic Models

Related Learning Experience


Visual Aids
x Immunization schedule x Developmental landmark x Family planning methods

Equipment/Supplies

Concept
Home

Related Learning Experience (Equipment)


Improved bed or bamboo bed (1) Water container (1) Hammock/Babys cradle (1) Basin medium sized (1)

Concept
Health Center

Related Learning Experience (Equipment)


Nurses Station (1)
x Charts/folders (10), chart rack (1), records file (1), chair/table (1 each)

Well Baby Clinic (1)


x Examination table (1), infants weighing scale (1), immunization tray (1) syringes (tuberculin 2cc (1)), needles (g. 23, 24, 25, 26 (1 each (4)), bottle for dry cotton balls (1), bottle for cotton balls with alcohol (1), cotton balls

1. One Nursing Laboratory accommodating 48-50 students only at a time would suffice if there are only 2-5 sections per level. 2. One Nursing Laboratory for Level II and another Nursing Laboratory for Level III are needed if there are 6-10 sections of 48-50 students per section.

Concept
Community

Related Learning Experience


Family Nursing Process
x Care of Family with Health Problems (Family Case Study

Equipment/Supplies
Interview guideline/Client profile, Typhology of Family Nursing Problem, Family Nursing Care Plan, CHN Bag complete

Concept
Concept of Surgery/Pain

Related Learning Experience


Pre-op Care
x Consent for operation, Pre-op teachings, Psychological preparations, Physical preparation (bowel prep, skin prep), Pre-op checklist, Pre-op meds

Equipment/Supplies
Consent form, NPO tags, shaving tray (razor/blade, gauze, pads, emesis basin, cleansing solution), pre-op checklist form, syringes, needles, pre-op meds

Concept
Concept of Surgery/Pain

Related Learning Experience


Intra-operative x Principles of surgical asepsis surgical handwashing/handscrub, gloving/gowning, opening sterile packs, picking up/transferring sterile objects, cleaning/cleansing/packing instruments

Equipment/Supplies
Operating room sink with foot pedals, running water, sterile hand towels, soap containing germicide (Phisobex), hand brush, orange stick, sterile gloves/gowns, mask/caps, surgical instrument/sterile packs (major set, minor set), operating table, work area for cleaning and preparing equipment for sterilization, autoclave

Concept
Concept of Surgery/Pain

Related Learning Experience


Immediate post-op

Equipment/Supplies
Recovery Room oxygen, suction, amp

Concept
Concept of Surgery/Pain

Related Learning Experience


Post-op

Equipment/Supplies
Ward room surgical bed, oxygen, suction, dressing tray

Concept
Concept of Oxygenation

Related Learning Experience


Respiratory Therapy
x Turning, Cough, Deep breathing, Steam inhalation, Nebulization, IPPB, Bronchial clapping, Postural drainage

Equipment/Supplies
Blow bottles (Incentive spirometer), steam inhalator, nebulizer (solutions used for nebulization), IPPB machine

Concept
Concept of Oxygenation

Related Learning Experience


Oxygen Therapy
x Oxygen Mask/Cannula/Nasal Prongs, Oxygen tent/Croupette, Ttube, Ambu bag

Equipment/Supplies
Oxygen tank, oxygen regulator (flowmeter), humidifier, distilled water, oxygen cannula/catheter, nasal prongs, oxygen mask, croupetter/oxygen tent, t-tube, ambu bag

Concept
Concept of Oxygenation

Related Learning Experience


Suctioning
x Oral nasal suctioning, endotracheal/tracheostomy, tracheostomy care

Equipment/Supplies
Suction machine, suction catheter, gloves/pick up forceps, solution for rinsing and soaking solution catheters, tracheostomy care set

Concept
Concept of Oxygenation

Related Learning Experience


Chest Drainage (care of patients with chest tube)

Equipment/Supplies
Water Seal Drainage (one-way, two-way, three-way)

Concept
Fluids and Electrolytes

Related Learning Experience


IV Therapy
x IV Fluid Administration (preparing the intravenous infusion equipment, starting/hanging IV, calculating IV drops, types of IV fluids and indications, discontinuing IV fluids x Blood Administration (Whole Blood, Packed RBC)

Equipment/Supplies
IV tray, Intravenous infusion set (macrodrip, microdrip), IV needles (butterfly/angiocatheter), IV fluids (hypertonic, isotonic, hypotonic solutions 1000cc, 500cc, 250cc), armboard/splint Blood transfusion set, IVB tray, normal saline solution 500cc, IV tubing

Concept
Fluids and Electrolytes

Related Learning Experience


Administration of Drugs thru IV x Volume control set, IV push/bolus, piggy bag/side drip

Equipment/Supplies
IV tray, soluset/buretrol, syringe, needle, IV tubing, IV stand

Concept
Fluids and Electrolytes

Related Learning Experience


Central Venous Pressure (CVP)

Equipment/Supplies
CVP manometer, D5W 500cc/IV stand

Concept
Fluids and Electrolytes

Related Learning Experience


Intake and Output
x Measure intake (oral, IV, drainage, emesis), Measure output (urine, stool, drainage, emesis)

Equipment/Supplies
Measuring cap/glass, intake and output sheet, empty IV bottles or measuring cup, kidney basin

Concept
Fluids and Electrolytes

Related Learning Experience


Urinary Catheterization
x Catheter insertion, maintaining indwelling catheter, bedside urinary bag, catheter care

Equipment/Supplies
Urinary catheterization set, urinary catheters (straight, foley), bedside urinary bag/leg bag

Concept
Metabolism

Related Learning Experience


Nutrition
x Oral feedings, Artificial feedings (NGT feedings, gastrotomy feedings)

Equipment/Supplies
Weighing scale, naso-gastric tubes, asepto-syringe, tube feedings, measuring cap

Concept
Metabolism

Related Learning Experience


Gastric Irrigation
x Gastric Lavage

Equipment/Supplies
NGT, normal saline solution, asepto-syringe, kidney basin

Concept
Metabolism

Related Learning Experience


Testing for Sugar
x Urine testing for sugar/acetone, Random blood sugar

Equipment/Supplies
Benedicts test, clinitest tablet, test tape, or ptastix, ketostix, acetest, hemoglucose test

Concept
Metabolism

Related Learning Experience


Insulin Administration

Equipment/Supplies
Insulin syringes, needles, alcohol swabs, insulin meds (short, intermediate, long-acting), illustration (areas of body to be used as injection sites)

Concept
Metabolism

Related Learning Experience


Enema
x Cleansing enema (soap suds enema), Retention enema, Fleet enema

Equipment/Supplies
Enema set, enema can, rectal tubings, gloves, rubber sheets, solution, tissue paper

Concept
Immunology

Related Learning Experience


Medical Asepsis
x Handwashing, Care of linens and supplies, Gloving and Gowning, Dressing change

Equipment/Supplies
Isolation room, soap, running water, gloves, gowns, mask, antiseptic solution

Concept
Immunology

Related Learning Experience


Isolation Technique
x Reverse Isolation technique

Equipment/Supplies
Isolation tags, isolation bag

Concept
Reproduction/Sexuality

Related Learning Experience


Assisting in Gynecological Exam

Equipment/Supplies
Gynecological exam table, speculum, gloves, lubricant, specimen bottles/slides

Concept
Reproduction/Sexuality

Related Learning Experience


Vaginal douche

Equipment/Supplies
Vaginal douche set

Concept
Reproduction/Sexuality

Related Learning Experience


Administration of Vaginal Suppository

Equipment/Supplies
Sheets for draping