HR Policy handbook

PEMBA SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES

CURRICULUM OF NTA LEVEL FOUR, FIVE AND SIX FOR NURSING

 

LIST OF ABREVIATION

ADR                   –                 Adverse Drugs Reaction

ARV                     –                Antiretroviral

BScN                      –              Bachelor of Science in Nursing

CAS                       –               Central Admission System

CBHC                   –                Community Based Health Care

CCF-                     –                Congenital Cardiac Failure

CORPs                 –                 Community Owned Resource Persons

CSEE                   –                 Certificate of Secondary Education

CVA                    –                 Cardio vascular Accident

DHMT                 –                  District Health Management Team

DSM                    –                  Diagnostic and Statistical Manual

EmOC                 –                   Emergency Obstetric Care

EPI                     –                  Expanded Programme of Immunization

FANC                –                   Focused Antenatal Care

GDR                  –                   German Democratic Republic

GPA                   –                  Grade Point Average

HIMS                 –                  Health Information Management System

HIV                    –                  Human Immunodeficiency Virus

AIDS                 –                  Acquire Immune Deficiency Syndrome

ICD                    –                 International Classification of Diseases

ICN                    –                 International Council of Nurses

ICM                    –                International Confederation of Midwives

ICT                     –                Information Communication Technology

IMCI                    –               Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses

LSS                       –              Life Saving Skill

MOH                      –             Ministry of Health

MOHSW                –             Ministry of Health and Social Welfare

NCD                      –             Non Communicable Disease

NACTE                 –              National Council for Technical Education

NM                        –              Nurse Midwives

NTA                       –             National Technical Award

PEP                        –             Post Exposure Prophylaxis

PHC                        –            Primary Health Care

PSHS                      –            Pemba School of Health Sciences

PMTCT                    –           Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission

RN                            –          Registered Nurse

RM                           –          Registered Midwife

RCH                          –         Reproductive and Child Health

SUZA-                       –         State University of Zanzibar

TNMC                        –        Tanzania Nursing and Midwifery Council

UNICEF        –         United National International Children’s Emergency Fund

UTI                                –    Urinary Tract Infection

VCT                            –    Voluntary Counseling Test

WHO                               –    World Health Organization

ZAC                                  –   Zanzibar AIDS Commission

ZNMC                                 –   Zanzibar Nursing and Midwifery Council

 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Pemba school of health and sciences reviewed the nursing curriculum leading  to the award of ordinary diploma in nursing and midwifery. Adoption and implementation of the nation technical award (NTA) System is a mandatory requirement for technical training programme to be accredited by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE).

The Ordinary Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery is a sex semester programme, which has been developed to suit the needs of the health sector. The first two semester is designed to the NTA level 4, while the 3rd  and 4th semesters is for NTA level 5thfor technicians or certificate level  when  the 5th  and 6th semesters are NTA level 6th  equal  to ordinary diploma . It is one of initiatives by the Government to modernize qualifications within the health sector based on the labour market demands, legal and professional needs that exist in our country .

Development of this programme is aimed at rewarding individual achievements in leaning and competence gained in a variety of different ways and contexts. The introduction of this programme is geared towards increasing productivity in training institutions, provide a climbing ladder for higher learning skills opportunities and competencies , and achieving more responsive education and training  system, aligned with health sector employment needs.

The philosophy of  NTA Nursing programme at level 6 is to provide for a fairly well developed  ‘stairway’ that opens for further education with the possibility for moving around and within the NTA qualification framework and receive appropriate recognition, which is currently limited. It is thus intended for producing creative, innovative and flexible ordinary diploma nurse who will contribute in the national development schemes in the health sector by utilizing their competence-based skills.

This programme comprises a total of 30 Modules that are spread over six semesters. Each semester has 22 weeks which includes class study and clinical practice.

Students will be required to work in clinical areas under supervision as an important learning method and gaining hands on experience. They will write reports using practical/skill books noting clearly on what they will have learnt in their clinical practice.

The students will be exposed to research methodology and will be required   to conduct mini research at the hospital, community or training institutions for which the findings will improve the quality of health care services. In addition students will also be placed at the community for community diagnosis to gain skills and gaps of the community based on health care system. These include cultural competence, diversity in nursing and midwifery care, life style, nutrition, school health programmers, communicable and non-communicable diseases.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • BACKGROUND INFORMATION

 

Pemba School of Health Sciences, Pemba, Zanzibar, Tanzania REG/HAS/160, Private institution with partial registration, Pemba. Its train nurses in order to produce adequate number of skilled and competent human resources to provide the much needed health services in Zanzibar. The training conducted in a manner that include competence in all aspects(theoretical and practical) to meet the requirements of the Nation Council  for Technical Education (NACTE),Ministry of Health Zanzibar (MoHZ) and Midwives Council(ZNMC).

2.0 Programs Offered

Ordinary     Diploma   in   nursing   pre   service    for    3    years

Programme duration

The whole program has a total of 132 weeks of study, which are divided in six semesters. Forty four (44) week are set aside for theoretical training and 88 week are designed for clinical practice.

ABOUT US

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Pemba School of Health Sciences, established in 2015 as a constitute college of the Zanzibar polytechnic, prepares the most highly qualified health personnel for the Tanzania nation.

2.1. Our Mission

To deliver high quality and cost effective health related programs to students and other stakeholder through teaching, research, consultancy and outreach, advance professional growth and promote the health of the people of Tanzania and beyond

2.2 Our Vision

To be academic institution providing relevant world class education, research and service for sustainable development of Tanzania and the world.

2.3 Our Core Values

  • Caring
  • Integrity
  • Diversity
  • Advocacy
  • Lifelong learning

 

  • Research
  • Participation and team spirit

 

0.3 Assurance

The office of quality assurance (Q A) is responsible for all collage system quality issues. The department oversees adherence to profession set standard, ethical issues and ensures that quality issues are main streamed all collage services and systems.

 

4.0 Academic profile

Pemba School of Health Sciences being an institute of higher learning focuses its resources and goal in provision quality of academic services. Equality all support services of Administration, Finance, ICT, Library and Procurement aim at insuring quality academic services. All academic staff member are expected to contribute to four academic goals namely:

  • Teaching
  • Research
  • Publication
  • Community engagement and outreach services

The department of Nursing has a secretary who is responsible for all department day to day Secretarial services and office management. Through the secretaries you should have access to the following:

  • Office supplies
  • Secretarial offices
  • Access to all collage form and process like transport and allowances claims
  • Information on collage committees and calendar of event
  • Departmental record

0.5 Library  

The library is one of the key departments in the students learning experience and is used by staff, student and general public.

Opening hours for the library are:

When collage is in session

Monday to Friday: 8:00am – 9:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday: 8.00a.m-12.00p.m

During Holidays

Public Holidays and Sundays

Closed

The Library has a membership that is categorized into the following:-

Staff: By virtue of being a bona fide staff member of PSHS

Students: By virtue of being a bona fide of PSHS

The Library is headed by the College Librarian

6.0 PSHS   Systems

 

We have a number of web systems that can be used by both lecturers and students to assist in the learning process as well as systems that can be used by other members of staff to perform various administrative tasks.

6.1. STUDENT ACADEMIC REGISTER INFORMATION SYSTEM (SARIS)

SARIS stand for Student Academic Register Information System and it is a web system that can be used by students to create user accounts that will enable them to register  for courses, view exam results, book accommodation and elect student body representatives amongst other  function

6.2 CURRICULUM MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CMS)

CMS stands for Curriculum Management System and is an online environment that provides materials to support teaching as well as learning. CMS can be used by lecturers to manage and plan teaching and students can use it to plan their studies as well as find the most up to date information related to their courses.

6.3 OPEN PUBLIC ACCESS CATALOG (OPAC)

OPAC stands for Open Public Access Catalog and it is a library solution that can assist with getting around the library instead of having to walk down aisles searching for where a book you’re interested in is located .Using OPAC, you’ll known whether or not a book you want is available in the library physically, or electronically.

 

2.0 PROGRAMME RATIONALE AND PHILOSOPHY

  • Programme rationale

 

Nursing is a profession which goes together with scientific changes that occur in the world. Hence the Pemba School Of Health Sciences as a part and parcel of Health institute in Tanzania which has recognized by NACTE has to improve its academic standards to diploma level that will enable graduate to provide  quality nursing care to individuals, family and community.

  • Programme Philosophy

Philosophy describes set of values and beliefs that guide all leaning experiences of the curriculum. It is the basic foundation that directs all further planning, organization, implementation and evaluation of the curriculum. This programme is geared towards producing innovative, creative and flexible nurses who will cope with the dynamic changes of the profession, technology and socio-economic needs. We believe that.

  • Nursing is concerned with services that take human into account as physiological, psychological and sociological organisms regardless to colour, race, and religion, social, political or economic status.
  • The school of Nursing believes in the dignity and worth of man as an individual member of the family and a community. Man is a dynamic bio-psychosocial and spiritual being who responds to life experiences with potentials to learn, make decision and assume responsibility for his/her own health and self care needs.
  • Society is a social structure of individuals and groups whose interaction results in the transmission of values, customs, norms and cultural beliefs that have implication for the provision of health care.
  • Nursing profession is responsible for setting and maintaining standards for nursing practice in its commitments to the well-being of the people. The systematic use of the nursing process and holistic approach facilitates the student’ performance in decision making and accountability for his/her nursing care of a patient/client towards wellness or to peaceful dignified death.
  • The professional nursing puts emphasis on stimulating students in analytical thinking seeks further learning, deepens his/her understanding and that of other people, makes individual, personal and professional judgments through the synthesis of knowledge gained from the physical, social and behavioral humanities and nursing sciences.
  • Learning is an independents life long process which is manifested in change of behavior. The teaching and learning process includes the setting of objectives by the teacher and student’s the selection and evolution of learning experiences and appraisal of student’s progress.
  • The acceptable approach in health Education is to involve and empower the community in identifying and solving their own health problems. Therefore, the notion of health experts imparting knowledge to the “ignorant” has to make way for a concept of true dialogue based on reciprocity. The main qualities of effective health education are perceptiveness, and ability to allow people speak, listen and to establish contacts without a preconceived agenda .Also be able to built trust and sensitize the community.
  • Learning is a mental and physical activity, self active which results in changes of behavior through efforts brought about by the student him/herself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.2. Objectives

    1. Asses and plan the nursing care based on standard s of practice to the individuals, groups and community at large.
    2. Provide adequate knowledge, skills and attitude appropriate for nursing practice and to cope with the new trend scientific advancements.
    3. Proactive and emphasize evidence based care.
    4. Provide Reproductive Health Services to individuals, families and community during the pre-conception, ante-natal, post-natal periods including infertility and menopause/ pen pause.
    5. Encourage continuous learning and professional development in nursing.
    6. Collaborate with health care team member, stake- holders and other sectors to increase capacity in meeting the individual, family and community health needs.
    7. Utilize psychosocial knowledge, skills and attitude to change the community myths, rumors and misconception that influence health.
    8. Promote mental health in preventing,

treating, caring and rehabilitating mentally ill patients through involving the community.

    1. Utilize managerial and leadership skills in managing client/ patient and resources within working area.
    2. Utilize knowledge, skills and attitudes in preventing and controlling the spread of infections.
    3. Promote healthy living styles amongst the community members.

 

5.0 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Admission to the programme will be open to candidates who have a minimum of certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE). The following pre-requisite are essential for the candidate joining nursing course:

 

  1. Have completed form VI with at least two principal in science subject or form IV with 3 credits passes C biology ,C chemistry, C physics /mathematic and pass in English at ordinary level as an added advantage.
  2. Age from 18 years being male or female
  3. Must pass pre- entrance selection examination set by the (College of Health Sciences) Zanzibar
  4. Must undergo a Medical examination and revealed and revealed Medically

(Physical, mental and social) fit

 

 

 

 

  • Mode of Application

Individuals who wish to be admitted into the nursing programme at the College of Health

Sciences should

–      Fill the application form provided by the College to the specified requirements.

–      Submit his/ her application from to the Nacte though cas and attach educational certificates or statement of result

5.2.     Selection procedures

The selected candidates will be informed to join the course after the selection procedure of the NACTE

The student who has been selected to join the course of studies to school of nursing should report within note more than 15 days after the commencement of the study.

  • PROGRAMME DURATION

 

  • The whole programme has a total of 132 weeks of study, which are divided in six semesters. Forty four (44) weeks arrest aside for theory training and 88 weeks are designated for clinical practice (Ratio of theory to practice is 1:3). The Programme will last for 3 academic years divided into 6 semesters all of which must be attended.

 

  • The first semester is meant to provide basic nursing knowledge, skills and appropriate attitudes to students. ALL modules are fundamental and are intended to build student’s knowledge, skills and appropriate attitude necessary for acquiring competence for the practice of nursing.

 

  • The second semester is meant to consolidate knowledge and build technical and practical skills, consequently enable students to gain appropriate clinical exposure and the application of basic concepts in this field of study.

 

 

  • The third semester is meant to expose students in clinical setting for more opportunities which will enable them practice clinical decision making skills, use scientific approaches in solving nursing problems and gains the nursing standards as required by the Zanzibar

 

 

 

Nurses and Midwives Council.

  • The forth semester will be used to cement practical and problem solving skills of students while preparing them to more responsible in case they exit.

 

  • The fifth and sixth semesters will prepare the students to acquire more scientific knowledge and skills in various nursing aspects. During these semesters students are expected to recognize the relationship between health and correlating social issues. The student will also learn different approaches in assessing community health problems and how to develop interventions.

 

  • STUDY METHODS AND TEACHING AIDS

 

  • Teaching methods

A range of study methods and approaches are utilized in both the fundamental modules and the clinical practice. These include lecture discussion, role play, group work, presentation, discussion, case studies, gallery walk, coaching, clinical nursing conference, supervised practice, simulation and demonstration brain storming, lecture, buzzing, mapping, project, tutorial, drama/games and LePSA.

7.2.    The teaching aids

TV,DVD,VCD,C.D,LCD sets, sound projectors ,camera, charts and models, video camera, films,   radio cassette, textbooks, journal, anatomical models, slide projector and slide, overhead projector and screen, computer with accessories, flip chart, bulletin boards, pointer, black board rules, marker pens, felt pens, camera, photocopier and flannel board, transparencies, chalk board, and skill laboratory

 

  • ASSESSMENT PHILOSOPHY

The programme provides a sound and balanced training system with appropriate underlying principles of assessment as follows:

 

8.1       It enables students to focus in gaining the required competences and realizing the                                                                                    skills sought by employers of nurses and society;

8.2       It allows flexibility in response to changing health care need and the technological      and scientific advancements; and

8.3        Provides opportunity and preparation for advancing to higher level of training.

9.0        OBJECTIVES OF ASSESSMENT

The main objective of assessment is to set a comprehensive system of measuring the achievement of the learning outcomes. It provides a yardstick for which the expected outcomes and benchmarking items are evaluated. This aspect has two major components, one for measuring performance and achievement while the other is for evaluating the achievement of the goal as well as ascertaining whether the teaching and learning processes are efficiently and adequately attained.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9.1. PRINCIPLES OF ASSESSMENT

Principally, assessment will:

  1. Reflect the aims and objectives of the overall programme.
  2. Be designed to assist student learning, in particular their development as self directed learners and the acquisition of essential nursing and midwifery skills.
  3. Be varied, to facilitate motivation and in recognition of the need to adopt approaches, which enable students to demonstrate that they have fulfilled learning objectives.
  4. Reflect progression through studying modules and semesters, with increasingly more complex assessment methods being associated with higher order skills.

 

9.2. ASSESSMENT METHODS

The following assessment methods will be used:

9.2.1   Assignments

The aim of assignments is to reinforce the learning  process by involving the participation of the students in finding the solution to a give question or problem with require decision-making .They include tasks given to students apart from written tests and examination, e.g. case study so as to enhance self-development. Assignments may be administered in form of written work or practical exercises that are done individually or in a group.

9.2.2. Skills laboratory

Practical laboratory work is intended to allow the student to participate in undertaking a particular activity individually or in a group. The learner should demonstrate the ability to take observations and carry out basic nursing procedures. It generally reinforces the learning process and develops the learners practical ability

The MOH PSHS ZNMC and NACTE will provide for the required assessment instrument and decide upon the number of laboratory work clinical practice for given module in a semester.

9.2.3 Continuous assessment

The intention of continuous assessment is two measure the theoretical ability and practical performance of student. There will be a minimum of one written test for each module during a semester, which will be supervised by institutional tutor(s) for duration not lees then two (2) hours.

 

 

9.2.4. End of Semester Examinations

There shall be end of semester examination for each module, which shall be conducted for duration not exceeding three (3) hours (excluding practical examination), but not less than two (2) hours. Examination for all modules administered at the end of semester 1 and 3 shall be supervised by institutional tutors; while examination for modules administrated at the end of semester 2, 4 and 6 shall be externally supervised. The modalities will be those agreed jointly by the MOH/PSHS. ZNMC and NACTE.

 9.2.5 Research practice

Research will be conducted during the fifth semester. The research shall be assessed by oral presentation and a report should be submitted by each student.

9.2.6. Community field practice

Community field practice shall be conducted during six semesters. The field practice shall be assessed by group presentation and individual report to be submitted by each student respectively.

9.2.7. Clinical Practice

Clinical practice will take place in all six semesters and it requires a minimum of 1860 hours. Clinical practice will be monitored and assessed through the use of record of practical institutions and experiences book and midwifery/ mental health care registers. In addition, oral presentations and demonstrations will be used to build and assess students’ acquisition of practical competence and appropriate attitudes.

10.0 REGULATION FOR EXAMINATION/ MANAGEMENT OF ASSESSMENT

10.1 Assessment and Evaluation

Assessment shall be based on the ability of the student to meet the declared as related task started in the curriculum course outline. There are:

  1. Continues (Progressive) assessment
  2. End of semester examination

 

  • Continues Assessment

 

  1. There will be continues assessment in each module taught.
  2. The continuous assessment marks of each module will contribute 45% to each semester examination score.

10.1.2 Semester examination

  1. Semester examination mark will contribute 55% of total semester score in each module.
  2. The students obtaining less than 50% of the semester examination score in each module shall be considered to have failed the module in that semester.
  • Any student who failed the module will do supplementary examination for that module.

 

10.1.3 Supplementary examination

  1. Any student who misses studies in the class and practical area for 21 days (140 hours) or more in a semester with justifiable reasons such as illness, family and official affairs will re-sit the semester.
  2. Any student who misses studies in the class and practical area for 21days (140 hours) or more in a semester without justifiable reasons such as illness, social and family matters will be discontinued from studies.
  • Any student who is unable to sit or complete examination in a specified time with justifiable reason such as illness and family problem will be given a chance to sit the semester examination during supplementary examination.

 

10.2 Conduct of examination

  • All examinations shall take place at the college. Under special circumstances and arrangements examination can be held outside the campus.
  • All examinations shall take place at the time and venue published by the college.
  • Invigilators shall ensure that examinations are conducted in accordance with college regulations.
  • Student is eligible to sit for the semester examination after fulfilling the college requirements.
  • Every student must attend at least 75% of the entire period of each semester allocated for the courses of study.
  • Candidates must act in accordance with any instruction issued by an invigilator.
  • Cheating or attempt to cheat, copying or attempt to copy is an offence. Unauthorized materials will not be allowed in the examination room. Candidates are allowed to bring with them, pen(s), pencil, compass boxes, calculator, ruler and rubber only. A legal action will be taken against any candidate who will be found quality of the offence.
  • If the offence mentioned above will be committed, case shall be heard by disciplinary organ.
  • A candidate who will be proven quality of that offence will be dismissed from the college. Re admission for such candidate will not be entertained until after the lapse of two year for the semester of dismissal.
  • Any candidate, who will be found guilty and not satisfied with the decision of disciplinary organ, will have the right to appeal to the Appellate Committee of the College.
  • Communication between candidates, or between a candidate and anyone other than an examiner or invigilator, is forbidden during an examination.
  • Candidates are required to place their student identity card on their examination desks on such a manner that the invigilators may verify each candidate. Candidate failing to present their student card may be required by an invigilator to complete and sign an examination attendance form and be identified by the heads of departments of the course offered.

 

  • All candidates must sign the attendance sheet before examination and on submission of examination paper.
  • Candidates shall not be admitted into the examination room five minutes after the exam has started.
  • A candidate found using unfair means during an examination might be required by invigilator to withdraw from the examination. In that event the invigilator shall send the candidate’s answer-book directly to the Course Coordinator, Chief Academic Officer or Principal under signed cheating form with details of the circumstance.
  • A candidate whose conduct is in the view of an invigilator disturbing to other candidates and who persists in this conduct after receiving a warning from an invigilator shall be required to withdraw from the examination room. In that event the invigilator shall send the candidate’s answer-book directly to the Course Coordinator, Academic officer or Principal with full details of the circumstances.

 

10.3 Passing of semester examinations

10.2.1 A student will be considered to have passed the module if she/he scores 50% and above in all modules including continuous assessment and Endof Semester Examination.

10.2.2 For the student to pass an examination needs an overall average GPA of 2.0 or more in semester.

10.4 Failing of Examination

  • A student who fails to attain 50% of the continuous assessment of any module shall not be allowed to attempt the semester examination.

 

10.2.3 A student is considered to be failed in a module, if he/she gets a score of below 50% in continuous assessment and Semester Examination.

 

10.2.4 A student who obtains an overall GPA less than 2.0 at the end of semester examination shall be discontinued from the studies.

 

10.2.5 Any student who obtains an overall GPA of 2.0 or more, but has failed any module shall be required to re-sit the module(s).

 

10.2.6 The student who fails the theory or practical examination for any module will be allowed to sit for supplementary examination not later than 4 weeks after the first attempt.

 

10.2.7 Any student who failed to re-sit module(s) shall be required to repeat the semester.

 

10.2.8 Any student who scored above 50% after supplementary examination shall be counted at 50% regardless the actual score.

 

  • Any student who failed supplementary examination of semester I or II of NTA Level 6 shall be awarded a course transcript of NTA Level 5.

 

10.5 Condition for discontinuations.

10.2.9 Any candidate who is absent from a semester/Supplementary Examination without a written permission by the Principal/Chief Academic Offer shall be discontinued from the course.

 

10.2.10 Any candidate who has committed an offence under College Student regulations shall be dismissed from the College.

 

10.2.11 A candidate proved to have violated examination regulations or to have committed any act of dishonesty or gross indiscipline even if unrelated to academic matters shall be discontinued from the college.

 

10.2.12 A candidate discontinued from any course on academic performance shall not be re-admitted for the same course until after the lapse of two years.

 

10.2.13 Chief Examination Officer/or any other Academic staff authorized on this work soon after the Board of Academy Meeting shall publish the provisional results of candidates in every examination, but these results shall not be officially regarded as final until the College Governing Council confirms them.

 

10.6 Appeals against Examination Results

Candidates may be allowed to appeal against examination results under the following conditions:-

  1. Any appeal shall be lodged to the appeal committee by using appropriate forms, within 14 days from the date on which the results are official released. The filled form shall then put into the appeal committee of the college, so as to certify that an appeal has been lodged.
  2. All appeal should be accompanied by appeal fees, which is non-refundable (Tsh. 30,000).

 

10.7 Postponement of studies.

10.2.14 A student may be allowed to postpone her/his studies due to health problems supported by a medical officer’s certificate, or for any other reasonable cause, which on the eyes of the College Management seem to be strong enough to prevent one from pursuing studies effectively.

 

10.2.15. The postponement shall be for a semester or an academic year depending on the problem. The maximum period for a student to postpone his/her studies will be two academic years, however on the expiry of the first academic year a student must seek for a second postponement a fresh.

10.8 CONDITIONS FOR END OF SEMESTER EXAMINATION.

The learner should complete all modules successfully.

She/he should have met all of the requirements for end of semester examinations.

At the end of NTA Level 6 Semester II Examination exit, each candidate must have covered at 100% of:

 

Midwifery Practice

  • 10 antenatal cares.
  • PV examination: 10 normal and 5 abnormal cases.
  • 10 normal deliveries.
  • 5 abnormal deliveries.
  • 10 new born.
  • 10 post-natal care (5 within 24hrs and 5 during first or second visit).

 

  • Research report (individual work)
  • Community field work
  • Community report (group work)
  • Home visiting report (individual work)
  • Mental health practice (10 cases)
  • Schizophrenia: Catatonic I patient and Paranoid I patient.
  • Affective disorders: Mania I patients and Depression I patient.
  • Organic psychosis: Epilepsy I patients and Dementia I patient
  • Neurosis I patients
  • Substance abuse 2 patients.
  • Children with disturbed behavior I patient.

 

 

10.9 EXAMINATION COMPONENTS CONTRIBUTION

Contribution of every component of the assessment to the final mark shall be as follows:

 

Continuous Assessment

 

Theory 20% (15% written test and 5% assignment)

Practical 25% (distribution as per each module)

Subtotal 45%

 

End of semester examination

 

Theory 20%

Practical 35%

Subtotal 55%

Grand total 100%

 

11.0 MINIMUM CREDIT REQUIREMENT

These levels have 30 modules, which are assigned a total of 360 credits.

 

11.1 MODULE CODING

The system of coding has adopted a combination of letters and numbers, which have specific meaning. For example Anatomy and Physiology module is coded as NM 04102 where:

 

NM – Represents the first two letters of the department “Nurse Midwife”

04 – Represents the respective NTA Level.

1 – Indicates the first semester in which the module is conducted.

02 – Represents the serial number to which a particular module is assigned in the respective department.

 

12.0 SCORE RANGES AND GRADING SYSTEM

Marks will be awarded out of 100 percent. The marks so obtained from different assessment components will be clustered and graded as follows:

 

S/NSCORE RANGEGRADEDEFINITION
1.75-100AExcellent
2.70-74B+Very good
3.60-69BGood
4.50-59CSatisfactory
5.0-49FFailure
6.IIncomplete
7.0QDisqualification

13.0 GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA) COMPUTATION

For examinations conducted by school of Nursing results will be computed as follows:-

 

  1. A cumulative grade point average (cum GPA) for each candidate shall be computed by dividing the total number of grade points earned for all modules by the total number of credits for the award examined.

 

i.e. Cumulative GPA = Sum of (P×N)

 

 

Sum of N

 

Where P represents grade point assigned to a letter grade scored by the student in a module

N represents number of credits associated with module.

 

  1. The Grade Point Average (GPA) shall be computed and truncated to single decimal point.

 

14.0 AWARD CLASSIFICATION

  1. Grades for the different score ranges are assigned points as follows:

A                             5

B+               4

B                             3

C                             2

F                             0

  1. The Grade Point Average (GPA) shall be computed from credits and grade weights and classified as shown below:

 

CLASS OF AWARDCUMMULATIVE GPA
First class4.4 – 5.0
Upper second class3.5 – 4.3
Lower second class2.7 – 3.4
Pass2.0 – 2.6

 

  • Students shall be declared qualified after successful completion of all modules prescribed for this level.
  1. Achievement of a minimum cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) equivalent to a pass.
  2. GPA shall be computed from grades achieved by students using the NACTE guidelines.

 

 

 

15.0 TEACHING PRESONNEL

Teachers/ Tutors for this programme will be required to have a qualification of at least one level higher than diploma.

 

Full time teachers/tutors with:-

  1. PhD Holder in Nursing and related field.
  2. MSc Degree in Nursing with teaching methodology and related field.
  • MA Degree in Nursing with teaching methodology and related field.
  1. BSc Degree in Nursing with teaching methodology.
  2. BA Degree with Nursing Education.
  3. ADNE and any other specialization in nursing sciences.

Part time teachers/tutors

  1. Resource persons with specialty in relevant subjects.
  2. Preceptors/ Mentors/ Clinical Instructor with such skills.
  • Registered Nurses/Midwives.

 

16.0   PROGRAMME MODULES

NTA Level 4 Semester 1 Modules

CodeModule title Scheme of Study (Hours per week)Credits

Semester

ClassTutorialsPracticalAssignmentTotal hours
NM 04 101Communication Skills20.520.5511

 

NM 04 102Infection Prevention and Control incl.

Microbiology

2.516.511116
NM 04 103Nursing Ethics and Practice 113 48
NM 04 104Anatomy and Physiology81.51.51121
NM 04 105Nutrition0.5.10.523
NM 04 106Information Management in

Nursing

1124
 SUB TOTAL15313.5353563

Total hours / Week = 35

 

 

 

NTA Level 4 Semesters 11 Modules

CodeModule titleScheme of Study (Hours per week)Total

Hours

Credits/

Semester

ClassTutorialsPractical Assignments
NM 04 207Medical and Surgical Nursing 1311111627
NM 04 208Pharmacology1.530.558
NM 04 209Nursing Ethics and Practical   1120.570.51016
NM 04 210Emergency Care10.520.546
 SUB TOTAL7.52232.53557

 

Total hours/weeks=35

 

NTA Level 5 Semester 1 Modules

CodeModule titleScheme of Study (Hours  week)Total hoursCredits Semester
ClassTutorialsPracticalAssignment
NM  05 111Health

Education and Counseling

0.50.5124
NM 05112Midwifery 1 Inc. FANC31711220
NM 05 113Child Health incl. IMCI31711219
NM 05114Mental Health I26.50.5914
 SUB TOTAL8.52.521.52.53557

 

Total hours/weeks=35

 

 

NTA Level 5 Semester 2 Modules

CodeModule titleScheme  of Study (Hours per week)Total HoursCredits Semester
ClassTutorialPracticalAssignment
NM 05215Family planning1 1.50.535
NM 05216Midwifery II20.560.5915
NM 05217Communicable

Diseases

1.520.548
NM05218HIV and AIDS1 348
NM05219Community Health incl. PHC2 5.50.5815
NM 05220Leadership and Management I24.50.5712
 SUB TOTAL111.522.52.53563

 

Total hours/weeks=35

NTA Level 6 Semester 1 Modules

CodeModule titleScheme of Study(Hours per week)Total

Hours

Credits

Semester

ClassTutorialPracticalAssignment
NM 06121Basic Parasitology and Entomology10.530.558
NM  06122Elementary

Biochemistry

120.53.56
NM 06123Elementary

Epidemiology and Biostatistics

25.40.57.914
NM 06124Medical

Surgical

Nursing II

20.56.511018
NM 06125Research

Methodology

1.56.111614
 SUB TOTAL7.51233.53560

Total hours/weeks=35

NTA Level 6 Semester 2 Modules

CodeModule titleScheme of Study(Hours per week)Total hoursCredits Semester
ClassTutorialsPracticalAssignment
NM 06226Midwifery III20.561.51018
NM  06227Introduction to Teaching and Learning10.510.535
NM 06228Mental Health II2911220
NM 06229Leadership and Management II1.50.56.50.5915
NM 06230Basic

Entrepreneurship

0.50.512
 SUB TOTAL71.5233.53560

 

Total hours/weeks =35

Note: The assignment hours indicated above are for theory while hours for practical assignment will be deducted from the practical hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16.1. Summary of the Modules

CodeModule       LEVEL 4             LEVEL 5            LEVEL 6
Semester I

 

Semester IISemester ISemester IISemester ISemester II
NM 04101Communication Skills      
NM 04102Infection Prevention and Control  incl. Microbiology      
NM  014103Nursing Ethics and Practice I      
NM  014104Anatomy and Physiology      
NM  014105Nutrition      
NM  014106Information Management in Nursing      
NM  014207Medical and Surgical Nursing I      
NM  014208Pharmacology      
NM  014209Nursing Ethics and Practice II      
NM  014210Emergency Care      
NM  05 111Health Education and Counselling      
NM  05 112Midwifery I Incl. FANC      
NM  05 113Child Heath Incl. IMCI      
NM  05 114Mental Health I      
NM  0 5215Family planning      
NM  05216Midwifery II      
NM  05217Communicable Disease      
NM  05218HIV and AIDS      
NM  05219Community Health I incl.PHC      
NM  05220Leadership and Management I      
NM  06121Basic Parasitology  and Entomology      
NM  06122Introduction to Biochemistry      
NM  06123Elementary Epidemiology and Biostatistics      
NM  06124Medical and Surgical Nursing II      
NM  06125Introduction to Research      
NM  06226Midwifery III      
NM  06227Introduction to Teaching and Learning      
NM  06228Mental Health II      
NM  06229Leadership and Management II      
NM  06230Basic Entrepreneurship      

 

 

 

17.0     CURRICULUM INFORMATION FOR LEVEL 4

17.1     Qualification : Basic  Certificate in Nursing.

 

17.2     Purpose of Qualification

Attainment of the qualification will provide basic for progression to level 5.

17.3     Competence Descriptor

The holder of the qualification will be able to apply skills and knowledge at routine level under supervision of a licensed nurse as a learner.

17.4     Entry Requirements

As indicated in the preamble

17.6     Credits at this Level: 120

17.7     Cumulative Credits from Lowest Level: NIL

17.8     Maximum Number of Credit that Could be Considered From Lowest Level: NIL

17.9     Date the Qualification Standard was Last Reviewed: November 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18.0     TRAINING STANDARD

18.1     Principle Outcome, Credit Value and Assessment Criteria

SNPrinciple OutcomeCreditAssessment Criteria
1.Utilize basic

Communication principles and techniques in provision of nursing care to patients/clients in  collaboration with health professional /colleagues

10·         Communication is done in effective way taking into account, physical, emotional & cultural back ground of patient.

·         Clients are provided relevant  information

·         Relevant technical terms are well explained to clients

·         Non-verbal and verbal languages correctly interpreted.

·         Reasons for patient’s visits are obtained and recorded.

2.Apply basic principles of Infection prevention and control (IPC) in  health setting35·         Different  techniques of hygiene and sanitation correctly described and demonstrated

·         Different methods of waste disposal are  well described and demonstrated

·         Procedure for cleaning and handling of equipment and instruments are described and

·         Adhered

·         Different micro-organisms causing diseases are correctly differentiated

3.Demonstrate awareness of nursing, ethical and legal principles in nursing practice8·         Ethical and legal principles in nursing practice correctly described

·         Professional responsibilities elaborated and carried out

 

 

 

 

   Basic nursing procedures are correctly explained and performed
4Apply concept and principles of basic sciences in providing nursing care to patients/ client40Knowledge and skills in counseling client/patient on nutrition correctly utilized

Basic principle of drug administration are correctly applied

5Utilize effectively the nursing process approaches in providing nursing care to patients with medical and surgical conditions including HIV/AIDS17Diagnostic procedure in different medical and surgical conditions are correctly identified.

Approaches of medical and surgical asepsis correctly described and demonstrated.

Observation skills correctly demonstrated and applied in identifying needs of medical and surgical conditions.

6Demonstrate abilities of using the basic principles of records keeping in patient/ client care10Methods of record and keeping patients records are well recalled.

Basic ICT applications are well described and demonstrated.

Different ways of filling system are defined.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19.0. Principal Outcome and Enabling Outcome

Principal OutcomesEnabling Outcome
1.      Apply basic communication principles and technique in provision of nursing care to patients/clients and relatives in collaboration with other health care professionals1.1  Utilize the concepts of communication in nursing care.

 

1.2 Communicate appropriately with patients/clients, relatives and other staff members.
1.3 Demonstrate appropriate skills in receiving and giving feedback
2.      Apply basic principles of Infection prevention and control (IPC) in health setting2.1  2.1 Differentiate types of microorganisms causing diseases.

 

2.2  2.2 Describe ways in which infection in transmitted within various settings.

 

2.3 Utilize the principles of standard precautions in infection prevention and control in clinical setting.

 

3.      Demonstrate awareness of nursing, ethical legal principles in nursing practice.3.1Explain professional, legal and ethical issues relevant to nursing practice.

 

3.2 Describe the types of written and verbal confidential information maintained at work place.
3.3 Provide care which demonstrates sensitivity to the diversity of patients and client.
4. Apply concept and principles of basic sciences in providing nursing care to patients/clients.4.1 Utilize the basic concepts of anatomy and physiology in provision of care.
4.2 Describe principle of drug administration and other therapeutic agents to patients/clients.

 

4.3 Utilize knowledge and skills on nutrition in counseling client/patient.
5. Utilize effectively the nursing process approaches in proving nursing care to patients with medical and surgical conditions including HIV and AIDS5.1 Describe the basic concepts of nursing process in giving care to patients.
5.2 Differentiate medical and surgical conditions in the provision of nursing care.
5.3 Comprehend measures for prevention and management of HIV and AIDS.
6. Demonstrate abilities of using the basic principles of record keeping in patient/client care.6.1 Describe different methods of keeping health records.

 

6.2 Describe legal implications of patient/client records.

 

6.3 Utilize basic computer skills in managing health records.

 

 

20.0 Enabling Outcomes and Sub-enabling Outcomes

Enabling OutcomesSub-Enabling Outcomes
1.1 Utilize the concepts of communication in nursing care.1.1.1 Describe the components of communication process.

 

1.12 Explain the factors influencing communication.
1.1.3 Establish and maintain good relationship with patient/clients and coworkers.
1.2 Communicate appropriately with patients/clients, relatives and other staff.1.2.1 Identify various ways in which people communicate verbal and non-verbally.

 

1.2.2 Demonstrate proper use of verbal and non-verbal communication.

 

1.2.3 Utilize listening, observing and questioning skills in clinical setting.
1.3 Demonstrate appropriate skills in receiving and giving feedback.1.3.1 Select and utilize appropriate ways of giving and receiving feedback.
1.3.2 Give and receive feedback to patients/clients appropriately.
1.3.3 Describe factors influencing feedback in communication.
2.1 Differentiate types of microorganisms and parasites causing disease.2.1.1 Explain basic concepts of microbiology.
2.1.2 Classify the various types of microorganisms causing diseases.
2.1.3 Explain basic concept of parasitology and entomology in relation to client care.
2.1.3 State the relationship between the parasite and host.
2.2 Describe ways in which infection is transmitted within various settings.2.2.1 Explain the mode of disease transmission.
2.2.2 Describe the basic factors in prevention and control of infection.
2.2.3 Describe principles of disease prevention and control.
2.3 Utilize the principles of standard precautions in infection prevention and control in clinical setting.

 

2.3.1 Describe the principles of standard precaution in infection prevention and control.
2.3.2 Perform hand washing before and after every procedure.
2.3.3 Select appropriate aseptic technique in clinical setting.
2.3.4 Use principles of disposing hazardous

and non-hazardous material.

3.1 Explain professional, legal and ethical issues relevant to nursing practice.3.1.1 Describe history of Nursing worldwide, Tanzania and Zanzibar.

 

3.1.2 Describe the concepts and composition of Zanzibar Nurses and Midwives Council(ZNMC)
3.1.3 Explain the process used in nursing registration enrolment and licensure.
3.1.4 Explain the components of nursing ethics and etiquettes.
3.1.5 Explain the concepts of nursing profession.
3.1.6 Describe basic nursing procedure in health care setting.
3.2 Describe the types of written and verbal confidential information maintained at work place.3.2.1 Recognize moral conduct in working station.
3.2.2 Demonstrate trust worthiness towards patients/clients.
3.2.3 Utilize the principles of confidentiality in rendering health services.
3.2.4 Observe patient and service provider rights.
3.2.5 Demonstrate abilities in maintaining professional qualities.
3.2.6 Describe basic nursing procedures in health care settings.
3.2.7 Describe the concepts of nursing process.
3.2.8 Utilize nursing process in providing care to client/patient.
3.3.1 Apply the principles and measures first aid in clients/patients/family care.
3.3.3 Provide care to clients/patients during disaster and emergency.
3.3.4 Participate with health team member in giving care.
4.1 Utilize the basic concepts of anatomy and physiology in provision of care.4.1.1 Describe basic anatomy and physiology of human body.
4.1.2 Identify various parts of human body structure and functions.
4.1.3 Apply knowledge and skills in managing clients with minor anatomical and physiological functions of human body system.
4.2 Describe principle of drug administration and other therapeutic agents to patients/clients.4.2.1 Describe different routes used in drug administration.
4.2.2 Describe the principle of drug administration.
4.2.3 Describe different classes of drugs/medications commonly used.
4.2.4 Identify the effects and side effects of common drugs.
4.2.5 Utilize mathematical principles in calculating drug doses.
4.3 Utilize knowledge and skills on nutrition in counseling client/patient.4.3.1 Explain common basic concept in nutrition.
4.3.2 Utilize dietary pattern in serving meals to patient/clients.
4.3.3 Explain common nutritional deficiencies.
4.3.4 Educate clients/family members in planning a balance diet.
5.1 Explain the basic concepts of nursing process in giving care to patient.5.1.1 Describe the concepts of nursing process.
5.1.2 Utilize nursing process in proving care to client/patient.
5.2 Differentiate medical and surgical conditions in the provision of nursing care.5.2.1 Provide care to patients with medical conditions.
5.2.2 Provide care to patient with surgical conditions.
5.2.3 Provide care to patients/clients with common nutritional deficiencies.
5.3 Apply measures for prevention and management of HIV and AIDS5.3.1 Apply knowledge and skills in HIV and AIDS prevention.
5.3.2 Provide appropriate care to HIV and AIDS Clients/patients.
5.3.3 Utilize principles of Post exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) in case of accidental exposure.
6.1 Explain different methods of keeping health records.6.1.1 Identify the different methods of keeping patients health records.
6.1.2 Describe the tools used in keeping patients health records.
6.1.3 Describe the advantages and disadvantages of different methods of keeping health record.
6.2 Explain legal implications of patient/client records.6.2.1 Describe legal limitation in managing clients/patients medical records.
6.2.2 Apply ethical principle of confidentiality in managing patients/clients records.
6.2.3 Explain legal limitations in managing patients/clients records.
6.3 Utilize basic computer skills in managing health records.6.3.1 Describe the basic concepts of computer application.

6.3.2 Organize health records using computer applications.

6.3.3 Use computers in performing simple data analysis for planning and implementation of care.
6.3.4 Use HMIS (MTUHA) tools/computer software in organizing health records.
6.3.5 Utilize word/spreadsheets computer applications in producing report

 

 

20.4 Sub-enabling Outcomes, related Tasks, Assessment

20.4.1 Related tasks, Assessment criteria and assessment Instrument

Sub- enabling

Outcomes

Related TasksAssessment

Criteria

Assessment

Instrument

1.1.1 Describe the components of communication processDefine communicationCommunication correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the components of communication processThe components of communication process correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize the components of communication during patients/ client careThe components of communication during patients/ client care correctly utilizedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
1.1.2. Explain the factors influencing communicationIdentify the factor influencing communicationFactors influencing communication correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain factors influencing effective communicationFactors influencing effective communication correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Explain the advantages of proper communication at work placeAdvantages of proper communication at work place correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

1.1.3 Establish and maintain good relationship with patient/ clients and co workersExplain the importance of good relationship with patient/ clients and co workersThe importance of good relationship with patient/ clients and co workers correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Explain the factors which create and maintain good relationship with patient/ client and co workersFactors which create and maintain good relationship with patients/ clients workers correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Utilize the steps of  creating and maintaining good relationship (customer care) with patient / clients and co workersSteps the creating and maintaining good relationship with patients/ clients and co workers correctly utilizedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

1.2.2 Utilize listening, observing and questioning skills in clinical settingDefine listening, questioning and observing skillsListening, questioning and observing skills correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the importance of good listening, questioning and observing skillsImportance of good listening, questioning and observing skills correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Demonstrate skills in  listening, questioning and observation during communicationSkills in  listening, questioning and observation during communication correctly defined demonstratedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
1.2.3 Identify the various ways in which people communicate non verballyList the cues of non verbal communicationCues of non verbal communication correctly listedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Explain the importance of non verbal communication with patients/ clientImportance of non verbal communication with patients/ client correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Interpret the non-verbal communication from patients/ clientsNon-verbal communication from patients/ clients correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

1.3.1 Select and utilize appropriate ways of giving and receiving feedbackDefine the term of feedback in communicationImportance of using feedback in communication correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Explain the importance of using feedback in communicationImportance of using feedback in communication correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

1.3.2  Give and receive feedback  to patients/ clients accordinglyExplain the principles of  giving and receiving feedbackThe principles of  giving and receiving feedback correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

 

 List the advantages of giving and receiving feedback

of clients/patient

 Advantages of giving and receiving feedback

of clients/patient correctly listed

Continues assessment and end of semester

examination

 
Utilize the principle of giving and receiving feedbackPrinciple of giving and receiving feedback correctly utilizedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

 
1.3.3 Describe factors influencing feedback in communicationExplain the factors influencing effective feedback in communicationFactors influencing effective feedback in communication correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

 
Explain the barrios for feedback in communicationBarrios of  feedback in communication correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

 
Utilize tips on how to overcomes barriers of feedback in communicationTips on how to overcomes barriers of feedback in communication correctly utilizedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

 
2.1.1 Explain basic concept of microbiologyDefine the term microbiologyThe term microbiology correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

 
Explain history of microbiologyHistory of microbiology correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

 
Explain the importance of microbiologyImportance of microbiology correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

 
2.1.2 Classify various types of microorganisms causing diseasesList different types of microorganismsTypes of microorganisms correctly listedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

 
Enumerate the characteristics of different micro-organismscharacteristics of different micro-organisms correctly enumeratedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

 
Draw the different shapes of microorganismsDifferent shapes of microorganisms are correctly drawnContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

 
 Explain the function of microorganismsFunction of microorganisms correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

2.2.1 Explain the mode of disease transmissionExplain the chain of infection processThe chain of infection process correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Identify the routes of disease transmissionThe routes of disease transmission correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Explain the spread of infectionThe spread of infection correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Recognized the nosocomial infectionNosocomial infection correctly recognizedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

2.2.2 Utilize appropriate measures to break the cycle  of infection transmissionIdentify components of  infection transmission cycleThe components of infection correctly identifyContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Explain the ways of interrupting the transmission cycleWays of  interrupting the transmission cycle correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Explain disease transmission cycleDisease transmission cycle correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Utilize appropriate measures to break the cycle of infection transmissionMeasure to break the cycle of infection transmission correctly utilizedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

2.2.3 Describe the basic factors in the prevention and control of infectionList the source of infectionSources of infection correctly listedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Explain the body defense mechanismsBody defense mechanisms correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Explain the basic factors in the prevention and control of  infection in hospital settingThe basic factors in the prevention and control of infection in hospital setting correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

        

 

 

 

 

2.2.4 Describe principles of disease preventing and controlList the principle and levels of disease prevention and controlPrinciples and levels of disease prevention and control correctly listedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Explain the principles and levels of  disease prevention and controlPrinciples and levels of  disease prevention and control correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Utilize  the principles and levels of  disease prevention and controlPrinciples and levels of  disease prevention and control correctly utilizedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

2.3.1 Describe the principles of standard precaution of infection prevention and controlDefine the term standard precautionTerm standard precaution  correctly defineContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Explain principles of standard precaution  of  IPCPrinciples of standard precaution  of  IPC correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Explain purpose of having standard precaution in prevention and control of  infectionPurpose of having standard precaution in prevention and control of  infection correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Utilize  the principles of standard precaution in prevention and control of  infectionPrinciples of standard precaution in prevention and control of  infection correctly utilizedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

2.3.2 Perform hand washing before and after every procedureDefine the term hand washingThe term hand washing  correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester

Examination

Explain the importance of hand washingImportance of hand washing correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    
Demonstrate various types of hand hygiene technique.

 

Various types of hand hygiene correctly demonstrated.Continuous assessment and end of semester examination
2.3.3 Select appropriate principles of aseptic technique in clinical setting.Define aseptic techniqueAseptic technique correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Explain different types of aseptic technique

 

Different types of aseptic technique correctly explained.Continuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Describe principles of aseptic technique in working area

 

Principles of aseptic technique correctly described.Continuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Demonstrate the procedures of maintaining cleanliness in clinical settings

 

Procedure for cleaning the clinical setting correctly demonstratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
2.3.4 Use principles of disposing hazardous and non-hazardous materialsDefine the terms hazardous and non-hazardous materialsHazardous and non-hazardous materials correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.

 

List different types of hazardous and non-hazardous materials found in work place

 

Different types of hazardous and non-hazardous materials correctly listedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Explain the principles of hazardous and non-hazardous materialsPrinciples of hazardous and non-hazardous materials correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Demonstrate principles of disposing hazardous and non-hazardous materials at working areaProcedure for disposing hazardous and non-hazardous materials correctly demonstratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
3.1.1 Utilize legislation guidelines in providing nursing and midwifery care

 

 

 

 

Describe legislation processLegislation process correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Describe legal regulations and omissions in nursing and midwifery practiceLegal regulations and omissions in nursing and midwifery practice correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Explain the types of laws in nursing and midwiferyThe types of laws in nursing and midwifery correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Explain the meaning of accountability and consentThe meaning of accountability and consent correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Explain the importance of accountability.The importance of accountability correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Demonstrate abilities in accountability

 

Abilities in accountability correctly demonstratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
3.1.2 Explain the concepts of Zanzibar Nurses and Midwives Council (ZNMC)Define ZNMCZNMC correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Explain the importance of ZNMC

 

The importance of ZNMC explained correctlyContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Explain the relationship between ZNMC and other health and educational councils

 

The relationship between ZNMC and other health and educational councils correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
3.1.3 Explain the roles and functions of ZNMC

 

Explain the roles of ZNMCThe roles of ZNMC correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Explain the function of ZNMCThe function of ZNMC correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Identify the members of the ZNMCThe members of ZNMC correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Explain the different committee of ZNMCThe different committee of ZNMC correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Explain the functions of different committee

The functions of different committees correctly explained

 Continuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Enumerate responsibilities of each levelResponsibilities for each level correctly enumeratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
3.1.5 Explain process used in nursing registration, enrolment and licensureDefine the terms registration, enrolment and licensureThe terms registration, enrolment and licensure correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination.
Explain the importance of registration, enrolment and licensureThe importance of registration, enrolment and licensure correctly explained

 

Continuous assessment and end of semester examination.
      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Explain the steps used in registration, enrolment and licensure in nursing professionThe steps used in registration, enrolment and licensure  in nursing profession  correctly explainedContinuous  assessment and end of semester examination
3.1.6  Describe the components of nursing ethics and etiquettesDefine the terms  nursing ethics and nursing  etiquette

 

 

The terms nursing ethics and  etiquettes  correctly  definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the nursing ethics

 

 

 

The nursing ethics  correctly  explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the nursing etiquettes

 

 

 

The nursing  etiquettes correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
3.2.1 Recognize moral conduct in working stationDefine the term moral conduct

 

 

Term moral conduct correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain  the moral issues in health care  setting

 

Moral conduct in health care setting  correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Adhere to the nurses moral conduct during  practice

 

Nurses moral conduct  during practice correctly adhered toContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
3.2.2  Demonstrate  trust worthiness towards  Patient/ clientsExplain the trustworthiness and its implication in nursing practice

 

Trustworthiness and its implication Correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Practice openness during delivering of health careOpenness during delivery of health care correctly practiced

 

Continuous assessment and end of semester examination
Demonstrate trustworthiness to patients /co workers duringTrustworthiness to patients/ co- workersContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
 Care deliveryDuring care delivery correctly demonstratedEnd of semester examination
3.2.3 Utilize the principles of confidentiality in rendering health servicesDefine the term confidentialityConfidentiality correctly definedContinuous assessment and end semester examination
Explain the importance of patients confidential information properlyImportance of patients confidential information correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end semester examination
Practice confidentiality in health care servicesConfidentiality in health care services correctly practicedContinuous assessment and end semester examination
3.2.4 observe patients and service provider rightsDefine patient’s right and service provider’s rightPatient’s right and client’s right correctly definedContinuous assessment and end semester examination
Explain  patient’s right and service provider’s rightpatient’s right and service provider’s rights correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end semester examination
Demonstrate ability to adhere to the patient rights and  service provider’s rightThe ability to adhere to the patient rights and  service provider’s right correctly demonstratedContinuous assessment and end semester examination
3.2.5 Demonstrate ability in maintaining professional qualitiesMaintain the nursing ethics and etiquetteThe nursing ethics and etiquette correctly maintainedContinuous assessment and end semester examination
Explain the qualities of a good nurse Qualities of a good nurse correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end semester examination
Practice and maintain qualities of a nurseThe good qualities of a nurse correctly practicedContinuous assessment and end semester examination
3.3.1 Describe basic nursing procedures in health care settings   
3.3.2  Apply the principles and measures of First Aid in clients/ patients / family careDefine the terms commonly used in First AidThe common terms used in first aid correctly defined Continuous assessment and end of semester examination
 Identify the various tools/ equipment in first aid kitVarious equipment in the first aid kit correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and  end of semester examination
 Explain principles of first aidPrinciples of first aid correctly explainedContinuous assessment and  end of semester examination
 Explain principles of First Aid and kit in managing common accidents and injuriesPrinciples of first aid and kit in managing common conditions correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and  end of semester examination
3.3.3 Provide care to clients /patients during disaster and emergencyDefine  disaster and emergence preparedness in nursing practiceDisaster and emergency preparedness in nursing correctly definedContinuous assessment and  end of semester examination
 Identify conditions which Require emergency nursing careConditions which Required emergency nursing care correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

 

 Apply skills of disaster and emergence preparedness in nursing practiceSkills of disaster and emergency preparedness in nursing practice correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
3.3.4 Participate with health team member in giving careIdentify health team members involved in rendering health servicesHealth team members involved in rendering health services correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Explain the importance of having health team members

 

Importance of having team members correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Apply principles of team work in collaboration with other health workersPrinciples of team work in collaboration with other health workers correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
4.1.1 Describe basic anatomy and physiology of human bodyDefine common terms used in anatomy and physiology

 

Common terms used in anatomy and physiology correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Describe the level structural organization of the bodyOrganization of the human body correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Explain different human body systemsDifferent human body systems correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Describe internal environment and homeostasisInternal environment and homeostasis correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
4.1.2 Identify various parts of human body structure and functionsExplain various body cavity and regionVarious body cavity and region correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Describe structure and functions of different human body systemThe structure and functions of different human body system correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Describe the structure and functions sense organsThe structure and functions of sense organs correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
4.1.3 Apply knowledge and skills in managing clients with minor anatomical and physiological functions of human body systemIdentify common causes of anatomical and physiological dysfunctions of human body systemsCommon causes of anatomical and physiological dysfunctions of human body systems correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Demonstrate abilities in providing care to patients with minor anatomical and physiological dysfunctions of human body systemsAbilities in providing care to patients with minor anatomical and physiological dysfunctions of human correctly demonstratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
4.2.1 Describe different routes used in drug administrationExplain basic terminologies used in drug administrationBasic terminologies used in drug administration correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Differentiate drug administration routes

 

Drug administration routes correctly differentiatedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Explain advantages and disadvantages of different drugs administration routes

 

Advantages and disadvantages of different drugs administration routes correctly explained 

Continuous assessment and end of semester examination

 
Identify abbreviation and symbols used in drug administrationAbbreviation and symbols used in drug administration correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
4.2.2 Describe the principle of drug administrationIdentify the principles of drug administrationPrinciples of drug administration correctly identified

 

Continuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Explain the role of a nurse in drug administrationThe role of a nurse in drug administration correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Explain basic factors to consider in drug administrationBasic factors to consider in drug administration correctly explained

 

Continuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Describe safety measures in administering drugsSafety measures in administering drug correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Perform safety measures in administering drugsSafety measures in administering drug correctly performed.Continuous assessment and end of semester examination 
4.2.3 Describe different classes of commonly used drugs/medicationsList commonly used antibiotics and chemotherapeutic agentsCommonly used antibiotics and chemotherapeutic agents correctly listedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Differentiate drugs acting on various body systemsDrugs acting on various body systems correctly differentiatedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
List anesthetics and their adjunctsAnesthetics and their adjuncts correctly listedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
4.24 Identify the effects and side effects of common drugsDefine the terms effect and side effectThe terms effects and side effects correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Explain the effects and side effects of common drugsEffects and side effects of common drugs correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Provide care to patients/client with common drugs side effectCare of patients/clients with side effects of common drugs correctly providedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
4.2.5 Utilize mathematical principles in calculating drug dosesEstablish validity of drug doses and dosage formsValidity of drug doses and dosage forms correctly establishedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Fill appropriate documents in relation to drug doses

 

Appropriate documents in relation to drug dosesContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Establish legal limitations and approval procedures of drug dosesLegal limitations and approval procedures of drug doses correctly establishedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Describe units of measurements/weightsUnits of measurements/weights correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Convert units of measurements/weights

 

Units of measurements/weights correctly convertedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination 
Perform enlarging or reducing calculationsEnlarging or reducing calculations correctly performed.Continuous assessment and end of semester examination 
 Calculate amount of drugs for administration and frequencyAmount of drugs for administration and frequency correctly calculatedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Determine ratios/percentages of solids in liquid solution weight for volume (w/v)Ratios/percentages of solids in liquid solution weight for volume (w/v) correctly determinedContinous assessment and end of semester examination
Determine ratios/percentages of liquid in liquid solution volume (v/v)Ratio/percentages of liquid in liquid solution volume for volume (v/v) correctly determinedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
4.3.1 Explain common basic concept in nutritionDefine the term of nutrition and  nutrientThe terms nutrition and nutrient correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Explain the importance of nutrients in body cellsImportance of nutrient in the body cells correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Describe the essential types of food groupsEssential types of  food groups correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
4.3.2 Utilize dietary pattern in serving meals to patient/clientsIdentify relevant nutritional needs to client/patientRelevant nutritional needs to client/patient correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Identify patients with special nutritional needsPatients with special nutritional needs correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Explain different dietary needs of patients/clients based on their health problemDifferent dietary needs of patients/clients based on their health problem correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Demonstrate abilities in serving meals to patient/clients based on their nutritional needsAbilities in serving meals to patient/clients based on their nutritional needs correctly demonstratedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
4.3.3 Explain common nutritional deficienciesDefine  common nutritional deficiencies Common nutritional deficiencies correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Explain  common nutritional deficienciesCommon nutritional deficiencies correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Explain causes of  common nutritional deficienciesCauses of common nutritional deficiencies correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Provide care to patients with nutritional deficienciesCare to patients with nutritional deficiencies correctly providedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
4.3.4 Educate clients/family members in planning a balanced dietExplain the meaning of balanced dietThe meaning of balanced diet explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Identify clients’ available types of foodAvailable clients’ types of food correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Involve client/family in planning balanced dietClient/family in planning balanced diet correctly involvedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
5.1.1 Describe the concept of nursing processDefine the term of nursing processThe term of nursing process correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Explain the characteristics of nursing processThe characteristics of nursing process correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Explain the steps of nursing processThe steps of nursing process correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
5.1.2 Utilize nursing process in providing quality care to patients/clientsFormulate the nursing diagnosisThe nursing diagnosis properly formulatedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Prioritize patient problems and needs then plan carePatient problems and needs prioritized and care correctly  plannedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Implement planned carePlanned care correctly implementedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Evaluate care given to patientCare  given to the  patient correctly evaluatedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
5.1.3   
5.2.1 Provide care to patients with medical conditionsDefine common terms related to medical conditionsThe common terms related to medical conditions correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Explain different medical conditionsDifferent medical conditions correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Provide care to patients with medical conditionsCare to patients with medical conditionsContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
5.2.2 Provide care to patients with surgical conditionsDefine common term related to surgical conditions in nursingThe common term related to surgical conditions in nursing correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Explain different surgical conditionsDifferent surgical conditions correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Provide care to patients with surgical conditionsCare to patients with surgical conditions correctly providedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
5.2.3 Apply nursing process in providing care to patent with medical and surgical conditionImplement planned carePlanned care correctly implementedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Evaluate care given to patientCare given to the patient correctly evaluatedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
5.3.1 Apply knowledge and skills in HIV and AIDS preventionIdentify mode of transmission of HIV and AIDSMode of transmission of HIV and AIDS correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Identify risk factor in acquiring HIV and AIDSRisk factor in acquiring HIV and AIDS correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Utilize measures to prevent HIV and AIDS  to patients, co-workers and selfMeasures to prevent HIV and AIDS  to patients, co-workers and self correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
Utilize life skills in prevention of HIV and AIDSLife skills in prevention of HIV and AIDS correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester        examination
        

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Provide appropriate care to

HIV and AIDS

Patients/clients

Provide information about adherence of ARV drugsInformation about adherence of ARV

drugs correctly provided

Continuous assessment and end of semester examination
Indentify opportunistic

Infections in relation to HIV

Opportunistic infection

in relations to HIV correctly identified

Continuous assessment and end of semester examination
Provide holistic care to patients/clients with HIV and AIDSHolistic care to patients with HIV and AIDS properly providedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
5.3.3 Utilize principles of PPE in case accidental  exposureIdentify the policy guidelines for reporting accidental exposurePolicy guidelines for reporting accidental and exposureContinuous assessment and end of semester examinations
Explain measures to be taken in care of accidental exposureMeasures to be taken in care of accidental exposure correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Demonstrate measures of accidental exposure prevention by adhering to the set standard precautionMeasures of accidental exposure by adhering to the set of standard precaution correctly demonstratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.1.1 Identify different methods of keeping health recordDifferentiate between manual and electronic methods of record keepingManual and electronic methods of record keeping correctly differentiatedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Demonstrate the advantages and disadvantages of manual and electronic record keepingAdvantages and disadvantages of manual electronic record keeping correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.12 Describe the various tools used in keeping patient’s health recordIdentify different forms used in keeping patients recordsDifferent forms used in keeping patient records correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Practice filling of various tools used in medical recordFilling of various tools used in medical records correctly practicedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Use computer application in keeping patient’s recordComputer application in keeping patient’s record correctly usedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.1.3 Describe the advantages an and disadvantage of different methods  of keeping patient’s health recordEnumerate the advantages of different methods of keeping patient’s health record appropriatelyThe advantages of different methods keeping patient’s health record appropriately correctly enumeratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
 Enumerate the  disadvantages of different methods of keeping patient’s health record appropriatelyThe disadvantages of different methods of keeping patient’s health record appropriately enumeratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
    
6.1.4 Manage patient’s health recordDocument health record according to legal and professional guidelinesHealth record according to legal and profession guidelines correctly documentedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize patient health records in  provision of nursing carePatient  health records in provision of nursing care correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.1 Explain legal limitation in managingDescribe the legal importance of patients health recordLegal  importance of patient’s health records correctlyContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

 

Assessment criteria                       Benchmarking 
SatisfactoryGoodExcellent 
Communication defined correctly

 

Has knowledge of defining communicationH as knowledge and understanding of defining communicationHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining communication 
The components of communication process explained correctlyHas knowledge of explaining components of communication processHas knowledge and understanding of explaining components of communication processHas wide knowledge and understanding components of communication process 
The components of communication are utilized properly during patient/ client careHas knowledge of utilizing components of communication process during patient /client careHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing components of communication process during patient/client careHas wide knowledge and understanding of the components of communication process during patient/client care 
Factors influencing communication identified correctlyHas knowledge of identifying factors influencing communicationHas knowledge and understanding of identifying factors influencing communicationHas wide knowledge and understanding of factors influencing communication 
Advantages of proper communication at work place correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining advantages of proper communication at work placeHas knowledge and understanding of explaining advantages of proper communication at work placeHas wide knowledge and understanding of advantages of proper communication at work place 
The importance of good relationship with patient/client and co-workers correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining importance of good relationship with patient/client and co-workersHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the importance of good relationship with patient/client and co-workersHas wide knowledge and understanding of the importance of good relationship with patient/client and co-workers 
Factors which create and maintain good relationship with patient/client and co-workers clearly explainedHas knowledge of explaining factors which create and maintain good relationship with patient/client and co-workersHas knowledge and understanding of explaining factors which create and maintaining good relationship with patient/client and co-workersHas wide knowledge and understanding of factors which create and maintain good relationship with patient/client and co-workers
Steps of creating and maintaining good relationship with patient/client and co-workers correctly utilizedHas knowledge of explaining steps of creating and maintaining good relationship with patient/client and co-workersHas knowledge and understanding of explaining steps of creating and maintaining good relationship with client/patient and co-workersHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining steps of creating and maintaining good relationship of client/patient and co-workers
Verbal and non-verbal communication correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining verbal and non-verbal communicationHas knowledge and understanding of explaining verbal and non-verbal communicationHas wide knowledge and understanding of verbal and non-verbal communication
Advantages and disadvantages of verbal and non-verbal communication correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining advantages and disadvantages of verbal and non-verbal communicationHas knowledge of and understanding of explaining advantages and disadvantages of verbal and non-verbal communicationHas wide knowledge  and understanding of explaining advantages and disadvantages of verbal and non-verbal communication
Verbal and non-verbal communication with patient/client and co-workers correctly utilizeHas knowledge of utilizing  verbal and non-verbal communication with patient/client and co-workersHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing  verbal and non-verbal communication with patient/client and co-workersHas wide  knowledge and understanding of utilizing  verbal and non-verbal communication with patient/client and co-workers
Listening and questioning and observing skills correctly definedHas knowledge of defining listening, questioning and observation skillsHas knowledge of defining listening, questioning and observation skillsHas wide  knowledge and understanding of listening, questioning and observation skills
Importance of good Listening, questioning and observing skills correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Importance of good Listening, questioning and observation skillsHas knowledge and understanding  of explaining Importance of good Listening, questioning and observation skillsHas wide  knowledge and understanding  of  Importance of good Listening, questioning and observation skills
Skills in  Listening, questioning and observation during communication correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of skills in  Listening, questioning and observation during communicationHas knowledge and understanding  of skills in  Listening, questioning and observation during communicationHas  wide knowledge of using  of skills in  Listening, questioning and observation during communication
Cues of non-verbal communication correctly listedHas knowledge of listing cues of non-verbal communicationHas knowledge and understanding of listing cues of non-verbal communicationHas wide knowledge and understanding of listing cues of non verbal communication
Importance of non-verbal communication correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the Importance of non-verbal communicationHas knowledge and  understanding of  explaining the Importance of non-verbal communicationHas wide  knowledge and  understanding of  explaining the Importance of non-verbal communication
Non-verbal communication from patients  correctly interpretedHas knowledge of interpreting   non-verbal communication from patientsHas knowledge and understanding  of interpreting   non-verbal communication from patientsHas wide  knowledge and understanding  of interpreting   non-verbal communication from patients
The term feedback correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the term feedbackHas knowledge and understanding of defining the term feedbackHas wide  knowledge and understanding   the term feedback
Importance of using feedback in communication correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the Importance of using feedback in communicationHas knowledge and understanding  of explaining the Importance of using feedback in communicationHas wide  knowledge and understanding  of explaining the Importance of using feedback in communication
The principles of giving and receiving feedback correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining principles of giving and receiving feedbackHas knowledge and understanding  of principles of giving and receiving feedbackHas wide  knowledge and understanding  of principles of giving and receiving feedback
Advantages of giving and receiving feedback to patients/clients correctly listedHas knowledge of listing the advantages of giving and receiving feedbackfeedback Has knowledge and understanding  of listing the advantages of giving and receivingHas wide  knowledge and understanding of listing the advantages of giving and receiving feedback
      

 

Principles of giving and receiving feedback correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing the principle giving and receiving feedbackHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing the principle giving and receiving feedbackHas wide knowledge              and understanding of utilizing the principle giving and receiving feedback
Factors influencing effective feedback in communication correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining factors influencing effective    feedback in communicationHas knowledge and understanding of explaining factors influencing effective  communicationHas wide knowledge and understanding of  factors influencing effective in communication
Barrier of feedback in communication correctly explainedHas knowledge of explain barriers of feedback in communicationHas knowledge  and understanding of explain barriers of feedback in communicationHas wide knowledge and understanding of  barriers of feedback in communication
Tips on how to overcome barriers of feedback in communication correctly  utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing tips on how to overcome barrier of feedback in communicationHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing tips on how to overcome barrier of feedback in communicationHas wide knowledge and understanding of  tips on how to overcome barrier of feedback in communication
The term microbiology correctly definedHas knowledge of defining   microbiologyHas knowledge and understanding  of defining  microbiologyHas  wide knowledge and understanding  of defining  microbiology
History of microbiology correctly explainedHas knowledge explain history of microbiologyHas knowledge and understanding of  history of microbiologyHas  wide knowledge and understanding of  history of microbiology
Importance of microbiology correctly explainedHas knowledge of explain the importance of microbiologyHas knowledge and understanding  of  importance of microbiologyHas wide knowledge and understanding  of  importance of microbiology

 

 

Types of microorganisms correctly listedHas knowledge of listing types of microorganismHas knowledge and understanding  of listing types of microorganismHas  wide knowledge and understanding  of  types of microorganism
Characteristics of different microorganisms correctlyHas knowledge of enumerating characteristics of different microorganismHas knowledge and understanding of enumerating characteristics of different microorganismHas wide  knowledge and understanding of characteristics of different microorganism
Different shapes of microorganisms are drawn correctlyHas knowledge of drawing different shapes of microorganismsHas knowledge and understanding  of drawing different shapes of microorganismsHas wide knowledge and understanding  of drawing different shapes of microorganisms
Functions of microorganisms correctly explainedHas knowledge explaining functions of microorganismsHas knowledge and understanding of  explaining functions of microorganismsHas wide knowledge and understanding functions of microorganisms
The chain of infection process explained correctlyHas knowledge of explaining the chain of infection processHas knowledge and understanding  of explaining the chain of infection processHas wide knowledge and understanding   chain of infection process
The routes of disease transmission correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying the routes of disease transmissionHas knowledge and understanding of identifying the routes of disease transmissionHas wide knowledge and understanding of  the routes of disease transmission
The spread of infection correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the spread of infectionHas knowledge and understanding  of explaining the spread of infectionHas wide knowledge and understanding  of  the spread of infection

 

 

Nosocomial   infection  properly organizedHas knowledge of    recognized nosocomial infectionHas knowledge and Understanding of recognizing nosocomial infectionHas wide Knowledge  and understanding nosocomial infection
The component of infection identified correctlyHas knowledge of identifying the component of infection transmission cycleHas knowledge and understanding  of identifying the component of infection cycleHas wide knowledge and understanding component of infection cycle
Ways of interrupting the transmission cycle correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining ways of interrupting the transmission cycleHas knowledge and understanding explaining ways of interrupting the   infection cycleHas wide knowledge and understanding ways of interrupting the   infection cycle
Measure to break the cycle of infection transmission properly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing the measure to break the cycle of infection transmissionHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing the measure to break the cycle of infection transmissionHas wide knowledge and understanding  the measure to break the cycle of infection transmission
Sources of infection correctly listedHas knowledge of listing sources of infectionHas knowledge and understanding listing sources of infectionHas wide knowledge and understanding   sources of infection
Body defense mechanisms correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining body defense mechanismsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining body defense mechanismsHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining body defense mechanisms
The basic factor in prevention and control of infection in hospital setting correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the basic factor in prevention and control of infection in hospital settingHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the basic factor in prevention and control of infection in hospital settingHas wide knowledge and understanding   the basic factor in prevention and control of infection in hospital setting

 

 

Principles and levels of disease prevention and control correctly listedHas knowledge of listing the principles and levels of disease prevention and controlHas knowledge understanding of listing the principles and levels of disease prevention and controlHas wide knowledge and understanding  the principles and levels of disease prevention and control
Principles and levels of disease prevention and control correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the principles and levels of disease prevention and controlHas knowledge and understanding of  the principles and levels of disease prevention and controlHas wide knowledge and understanding  principles and levels of disease prevention and control
Principle and level  of disease prevention properly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing principles and level disease preventionHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing principles and level  of disease preventionHas wide  knowledge and understanding    principles and level of disease prevention
 

Principles of standard precautions in  prevention and control of infection correctly utilized

Has knowledge of utilizing principles of standard precaution in prevention and control of infectionHas knowledge and understanding of  utilizing principles of standard precaution in prevention and control of infectionHas wide  knowledge  and understanding principles of standard precaution in prevention and control of infection
The term, had washing correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the term hand washingHas knowledge and understanding  of defining the term hand washingHas wide knowledge  and  the term hand washing
Importance of hand washing correctly explainedHas knowledge of explained importance of hand washingHas knowledge and understanding  of explained importance of hand washingHas wide knowledge  and understanding   importance of hand washing
 Hand washingHas knowledge ofHas knowledge andHas wide

 

Procedure properly demostratedDemostrating hand washing procedureUnderstand of demonstrating hand washing procedureKnowlagde and understanding hand washing procedure
Aseptic technique defined correctlyHas knowledge of defining aseptic techniquesHas knowledge and understanding of defining aseptic techniquesHas wide knowledge andf understanding aseptic techniques
Different types of aseptic technique correctly explaimedHas knowledge of defining aseptic techniquesHas khnowladge and understanding of explaining different types of aseptic techniquesHas khnowladge and understanding of explaining different types of aseptic techniques
Principles of aseptic technique are correctly describedHas knowledge of descrbing principles of aseptic techniquesHas wide khnowladge and understanding principles of aseptic techniquesHas wide  khnowladge and understanding principles of aseptic techniques
Procedures for cleaning  the clinical setting correctly performedHas khnowladge iof performing procedures for cleaning the clinical settingHas knowledge of understanding of performing procedure for cleaning clinical settingHas wide knowledge of understanding of performing procedure for cleaning clinical setting
Hazardous and non hazardous materials correctly definedHas knowledge of defining hazardous and non hazardous materialsHas knowledge and understanding of defining hazardous and hazardous materialsHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining hazardous and hazardous materials
-different types of hazardous and non hazardous materials correctlt listedHas knowledge of listing diffent types of hazardous and non hazardous materialsHas knowledge and understanding of listing different types of hazardous and non hazardous materialsHas knowledge and understanding of listing different types of hazardous and non hazardous materials
Principles of disposing hazardous  and non hazardous materials correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of demonstrating principles of disposing  hazardous and non hazardous materialsHas knowledge and understanding of Principles of disposing hazardous  and non hazardous materialsHas wide knowledge and understanding of Principles of disposing hazardous  and non hazardous materials
The term legal in nursing correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the term legal in nursingHas knowledge and understanding of defining the term legal in nursingHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining the term legal in nursing
The importance of legal issues in nursing and midwifery care correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining legal issues in nursing  and midwifery careHas knowledge and understanding of explaining legal issues in nursing and midwifery careHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining legal issues in nursing and midwifery care
The legislation guidelines in nursing and midwifery care appropriately appliedHas knowledge of understanding the legislation guidelines in nursing and midwifery careHas knowledge and understanding of the legislation guidelines in nursing and midwifery careHas wide knowledge and understanding of the legislation guidelines in nursing and midwifery care
Legislation process correctly describedHas knowledge of describing legislation processHas knowledge and understanding of describing legislation processHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing legislation process
Legal regulation and omissions in nursing and midwifery practice correctly describedHas knowledge of legal regulations and omissions in nursing and midwifery practiceHas knowledge and understanding of legal regulations and omissions in nursing and midwifery practiceHas wide knowledge and understanding of legal regulations and omissions in nursing and midwifery practice
The type of law in nursing and midwifery correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the types of  law in nursing and midwiferyHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the types of  law in nursing and midwiferyHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining the types of  law in nursing and midwifery
International and national nursing associations listed correctlyHas knowledge of the national and international nursing associationsHas knowledge and understanding of the national and international nursing associationsHas wide knowledge and understanding of the national and international nursing associations
The international and national roles of nursing associations explained correctlyHas knowledge of international and national  of nursing associations rolesHas knowledge understanding of international and national  of nursing associations rolesHas wide knowledge understanding of international and national  of nursing associations roles
The networking between international  and national nursing associations correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the networking between international  and national nursing associationsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the networking between international  and national nursing associationsHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining the networking between international  and national nursing associations
The meaning of accountability and consent correctly explainedHas knowledge of the meaning of accountability and consentHas knowledge and understanding of the meaning of accountability and consentHas wide knowledge and understanding of the meaning of accountability and consent
The importance of accountability and consent correctly explainedHas knowledge of the importance of accountability and consentHas knowledge and understanding of the importance of accountability and consentHas wide knowledge and understanding of the importance of accountability and consent
Proper accountability correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of demonstrating Proper accountabilityHas knowledge  and understanding of demonstrating Proper accountabilityHas wide knowledge  and understanding of demonstrating Proper accountability
Terms law, code of conduct and standard relation to midwifery correctly defined Has knowledge of defining the Terms law, code of conduct and standard relation to midwiferyHas knowledge and understanding of defining the Terms law, code of conduct and standard relation to midwiferyHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining the Terms law, code of conduct and standard relation to midwifery
Relationship of law, code of conduct and standard guiding midwifery practices on Zanzibar correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the Relationship of law, code of conduct and standard guiding midwifery practices on Zanzibar correctlyHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the Relationship of law, code of conduct and standard guiding midwifery practices on Zanzibar correctlyHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining the Relationship of law, code of conduct and standard guiding midwifery practices on Zanzibar correctly
Importance of using law, code of conduct and standard guiding midwifery practice in Zanzibar correctly describedHas knowledge of describing Importance of using law, code of conduct and standard guiding midwifery practice in ZanzibarHas knowledge and understanding of describing Importance of using law, code of conduct and standard guiding midwifery practice in ZanzibarHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing Importance of using law, code of conduct and standard guiding midwifery practice in Zanzibar
Level of licensure correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying levels of licensureHas knowledge and understanding of identifying levels of licensureHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying levels of licensure
Responsibilities for each level correctly enumeratedHas knowledge of enumerating responsibilities of each levelHas knowledge and understanding of enumerating responsibilities of each levelHas wide knowledge and understanding of enumerating responsibilities of each level
Term moral conduct correctly definedHas knowledge of defining term moral conductHas knowledge and understanding of defining term moral conductHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining term moral conduct
Moral conduct in health care setting correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of Moral conduct in health care settingHas knowledge and  understanding of Moral conduct in health care settingHas wide knowledge and  understanding of Moral conduct in health care setting
Nurses moral conduct during delivery of care correctly adheredHas knowledge of adhering to moral conduct during care deliveryHas knowledge and understanding adhering g to moral conduct during care deliveryHas knowledge and understanding of adhering to moral conduct during care delivery
Trustworthiness and its implication correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Trustworthiness and its implicationHas knowledge and understanding of explaining Trustworthiness and its implicatiomHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining Trustworthiness and its implication
Openness during care delivery correctly practicedHas knowledge of practicing Openness during care deliveryHas knowledge and understanding of practicing Openness during care deliveryHas wide knowledge and understanding of practicing Openness during care delivery
Trustworthiness to patients/co workers demonstrated during care deliveryHas knowledge of Trustworthiness to patients/co workers demonstrated during care deliveryHas knowledge and understanding of Trustworthiness to patients/co workers demonstrated during care deliveryHas wide knowledge and understanding of Trustworthiness to patients/co workers demonstrated during care delivery
Confidentiality correctly definedHas knowledge of the term confidentialityHas knowledge and understanding of the term confidentialityHas wide knowledge and understanding of the term confidentiality
Patients confidential information properly keptHas knowledge of keeping patients confidential informationHas knowledge and understanding of keeping patients confidential informationHas wide knowledge and understanding of keeping patients confidential information
Confidentiality is practiced during delivery of services correctlyHas knowledge of practicing Confidentiality  during delivery of servicesHas knowledge and understanding of practicing Confidentiality  during delivery of servicesHas wide knowledge and understanding of practicing Confidentiality  during delivery of services
The terms nursing ethics and etiquettes correctly definedHas knowledge of defining nursing ethics and etiquetteHas knowledge and understanding of defining nursing ethics and etiquetteHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining nursing ethics and etiquette
The nursing ethics correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the nursing ethicsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the nursing ethicsHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining the nursing ethics
The nursing etiquettes correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the nursing etiquettesHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the nursing etiquettesHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining the nursing etiquettes
Patients rights and clients rights correctly definedHas knowledge of defining patients and services providers rightsHas knowledge and understanding of defining patients and services providers rightsHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining patients and services providers rights
Patients rights and service providers rights correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining patients and services providers rightsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining patients and services providers rights Providers rightsHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining patients and services providers rights Providers rights

 

The ability to adhere to the patient`s and service provider`s right properly demonstratedHas knowledge of demonstrating the ability to adhere to the patients and service providers rightsHas knowledge and understanding of demonstrating the ability to adhere to the patients and service providers rightsHas wide knowledge and understanding of demonstrating the ability to adhere to the patients and service providers rights
The nursing ethics and etiquette correctly maintainedHas knowledge of maintaining the nursing ethics and etiquettesHas knowledge and understanding of maintaining the nursing ethics and etiquettesHas wide knowledge and understanding of nursing ethics and etiquettes
Terms used in NTA system correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the terms NTA systemHas knowledge and understanding of defining the terms NTA systemHas wide knowledge and understanding of the term NTA system
The different NTA levels nursing cadre correctly describedHas knowledge of defining different nursing cadreHas knowledge and understanding of defining different nursing  cadreHas wide knowledge and understanding of different nursing cadre
The importance of NTA system in nursing correctly explainedHas knowledge of the importance of NTA system in nursingHas knowledge and understanding of the importance NTA system in nursingHas wide knowledge and understanding the importance of NTA system in nursing
The terms registration, enrolment and licensure correctly definedHas knowledge of defining terms registration, enrolment and licensureHas knowledge and understanding of defining terms registration, enrolment and licensureHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining terms registration, enrolment and licensure
The importance of registration enrolment and licensure correctly explainedHas knowledge of the importance of registration, enrolment and licensureHas knowledge and understanding of the importance of registration, enrolment and licensureHas wide knowledge and understanding of the importance of registration, enrolment and licensure
The steps used in registration, enrolment and licensure in nursing profession correctly explainedHas knowledge of steps used in registration, enrolment and licensure in nursing professionHas knowledge and understanding of steps used in registration, enrolment and licensure in nursing professionHas wide knowledge and understanding of the steps used in registration, enrolment and licensure in nursing profession
The term organogram  defined correctlyHas knowledge of defining the term organogramHas knowledge and understanding of defining the term organogramHas wide knowledge and understanding of the term organogram
Importance of organogram correctly recognizedHas knowledge of recognizing the importance of organogramHas knowledge and understanding of recognizing importance of organogramHas wide knowledge and understanding of recognizing importance of organogram
Organization structure of Ministry of health correctly explainedHas knowledge of Organization structure of Ministry of healthHas knowledge and understanding of Organization structure of ministry of HealthHas wide knowledge and understanding of Organization structure  of the Ministry of health
The   term  duties correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the term dutiesHas knowledge and understanding of defining the term dutiesHas wide knowledge and understanding of the term duties
Various nursing cadre correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying various nursing cadreHas knowledge and understanding of identifying various nursing cadreHas wide knowledge and understanding of various nursing cadre
Duties of nursing cadre correctlyHas knowledge of listing duties of  nursing cadreHas knowledge and understanding of listing duties of nursing cadreHas wide knowledge and  understanding 0f listing duties of nursing cadre
The term scheme  of service  correctly definedHas knowledge of defining scheme of serviceHas knowledge and understanding of defining scheme of serviceHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining scheme of service
The various current remunerations in nursing professional properly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying various current remunerations in nursing professionalHas knowledge and understanding of identifying various current remuneration in nursing professionalHas wide knowledge and understanding of various current remuneration in nursing professional
The various current remuneration in nursing are applied currently in daily life situationHas knowledge of applying current various remuneration in nursing in daily lifeHas knowledge and understanding of applying current various remuneration in nursing in daily lifeHas  wide knowledge and understanding of applying current various remuneration in nursing in daily life
ZNMC correctly definedHas knowledge of defining ZNMCHas knowledge and understanding of defining  Z NMCHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining ZNMC
The importance of ZNMC correctly explainedHas knowledge of explained the importance 0f ZNMCHas  knowledge and understanding of explaining the importance of  ZNMCHas wide knowledge and understanding of importance  of ZNMC
The relationship between ZNMC and other health and education councils correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the relationship between ZNMC and other health and education councilsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining relationship between ZNMC and other health and education councilsHas wide knowledge and understanding of relationship between ZNMC and other health and education councils
The roles of ZNMC currently explainedHas knowledge of the roles of ZNMCHas knowledge and understanding of the roles of ZNMCHas wide knowledge and understanding of the roles of ZNMC
The function of ZNMC ordinance correctly explainedHas knowledge of ZNMC ordinanceHas knowledge and understanding of the ZNMC ordinanceHas wide knowledge and understanding of the ZNMC ordinance
The ZNMC ordinance currently explainedHas knowledge of the ZNMCHas knowledge and understanding of the ZNMC ordinanceHas wide knowledge and understanding of the ZNMC ordinance
The member of ZNMC correctly identifiedHas knowledge of the members of the ZNMCHas knowledge and understanding of the  member of the  ZNMCHad wide knowledge and understanding of the members of the ZNMC
The different committee  of  ZNMC  correctly explainedHas knowledge of different committees of the ZNMCHas knowledge and understanding of the different committees of the ZNMCHas wide knowledge and  understanding  of the different committees of the ZNMC
The function of different committees correctly explainedHas knowledge of the functions of different committees of the ZNMCHas knowledge and understanding of the functions  different committees of the ZNMCHas wide knowledge and understanding of the functions of different committees of the ZNMC
Common terms used in anatomy and physiology correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the terms used in anatomy and physiologyHas knowledge and understanding of defining the terms used in anatomy and physiologyHas wide knowledge and understanding the terms  used in anatomy and physiology
Organization of the human body correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying organization of the human bodyHas knowledge and understanding of identifying organization of the human bodyHas wide knowledge and understanding organization of the human body
Different human body systems correctly explainedHas knowledge of identifying of different of human body  systemHas knowledge and understanding of recognizing human body systemHas wide knowledge and understanding of human body system
Various parts of human body structure correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying various parts of human body structureHas knowledge and understanding of identifying various parts of human body  structureHas wide knowledge and understanding of various parts of human body structure
Various functions of the body parts correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying various parts of human body functionsHas  knowledge and understanding of identifying various parts of human body functionsHas wide knowledge and understanding various parts of human body functions
Interaction between human body structure and functions correctly explainedHas knowledge of interaction between human body structure and functionsHas knowledge and understanding of interaction between  human body structure functionsHas wide knowledge and understanding interaction between human body structure and functions
Common anatomical an d physiological functions identifiedHas knowledge of identifying common anatomical and physiological functionsHas knowledge and understanding of identifying common anatomical and physiological functionsHas wide knowledge and understanding common anatomical and physiological  functions
Common causes of anatomical and physiological dysfunction of human body system correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying  common causes of anatomical and physiological dysfunction of human body systemHas knowledge of understanding common causes of anatomical and physiological dysfunction of human body systemHas wide knowledge and understanding common causes of anatomical and physiological dysfunction of human body system
Management of minor anatomical and physiological dysfunction of human body systems correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of managing minor anatomical and physiological dysfunction of human body systemHas knowledge and understanding of management of minor anatomical and physiological dysfunction of human body systemHas wide knowledge and understanding of management of minor anatomical and physiological dysfunction of human body system
Qualities of a good nurse correctly explainedHas knowledge of explained the qualities of  a good nurseHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the qualities of a good nurseHas wide knowledge and understanding of the qualities of a good nurse
The good  qualities of a good nurse are correctly practicedHas knowledge of practicing the qualities of a good nurseHas knowledge and understanding of practicing the qualities of a good nurseHas wide knowledge and understanding of practicing the qualities of a good nurse
Common terms used in nursing correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the common terms used in nursingHas knowledge and understanding of defining the common terms used in nursingHas wide knowledge and understanding of the common terms used in nursing
Functions and roles of a nurse clearly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the functions and roles of a nurseHas knowledge and understanding of the functions and roles of a nurseHas wide knowledge and understanding of the functions and roles of a nurse
The characteristics of nursing a profession correctly explainedHas knowledge of the characteristics of nursing professionHas knowledge and understanding of the characteristics of nursing professionHas wide knowledge and understanding of the characteristics of nursing profession
  The historical background of nursing worldwide correctly explainedHas knowledge of the historical background of nursing in worldwideHas knowledge and understanding of nursing in worldwideHas wide knowledge and understanding of the historical background of nursing in worldwide
The historical background of nursing in Tanzania correctly explainedHas  knowledge of the historical background of nursing in TanzaniaHas  knowledge and understanding of the historical background of nursing in TanzaniaHas wide knowledge and understanding of the historical background of nursing in Tanzania
Health service delivery system in Zanzibar correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining health services in ZanzibarHas  knowledge and understanding of explaining health services in ZanzibarHas wide knowledge and understanding of health service in Zanzibar
common terms used in fundamentals of nursing currently definedHas knowledge of defining common terns used in fundamentals of nursingHas  knowledge and understanding  in defining common terms used in fundamentals of nursingHas wide knowledge and understanding common terms used in fundamentals of nursing
Basic nursing procedures currently performedHas knowledge of perfoming basic nursing proceduresHas knowledge and understanding of perfoming basic nursing proceduresHas wide knowledge and understanding of basic nursing procedures
common terms used in first Aid currently definedHas knowledge of defining common terns used in first AidHas  knowledge and understanding  in defining common terms used in first AidHas wide knowledge and understanding  of common terms used in first Aid
Various equipment in the First Aid Kit currently identifiedHas knowledge of identifying various equipment in First Aid KitHas  knowledge and understanding  of identifying various equipment in First Aid KitHas wide knowledge and understanding  various equipment in First Aid Kit
Principles of First Aid currently explainedHas knowledge of explaining the principles of First AidHas  knowledge and understanding  of explaining the principles of First AidHas wide knowledge and understanding  the principles  of First Aid
Assisted appropriately in managing common conditions using the First Aid KitHas knowledge of assisting in managing common conditions using the First Aid KitHas  knowledge and understanding  of assisting in managing common conditions using the First Aid KitHas  wide  knowledge and understanding  in managing common conditions using the First Aid Kit
Dissaster and emergence preparedness in nursing currently definedHas knowledge of defining disaster and emergence preparedness in nursingHas  knowledge and understanding of disaster and emergence preparedness in nursingHas wide  knowledge and understanding of disaster and emergence preparedness in nursing
Conditions which require emergency nursing care currently identifiedHas knowledge of identifying conditions which require emergency nursing careHas  knowledge and understanding of Conditions which require emergency nursing careHas wide  knowledge and understanding of Conditions which require emergency nursing care
Skills in Disaster and emergency preparedness in nursing practice currently appliedHas knowledge of skills in disaster and emergency preparedness in nursing practiceHas knowledge and understanding  of skills in disaster and emergency preparedness in nursing practice and understanding  ofHas wide  knowledge and understanding  of skills in disaster and emergency preparedness in nursing practice
Health members are identified properly and classifiedHas knowledge of identifying  health team membersHas knowledge identifying  health team membersHas wide  knowledge and understanding of health team members
Importance of having a team members  currently explainedHas knowledge of explaining the importance of having team membersHas  knowledge and understanding of explaining the importance of having team membersHas wide knowledge and understanding of importance of having team members
Principles of team work in collaboration with other health workers currently appliedHas knowledge of applying Principles of team work in collaboration with other health workersHas knowledge and understanding of applying Principles of team work in collaboration with other health workersHas wide knowledge and understanding of applying Principles of team work in collaboration with other health workers
Basic terminologies used in drug administration correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying basic terminologies used in drug administrationHas knowledge and understanding  of identifying basic terminologies used in drug administrationHas wide knowledge and understanding  of identifying basic terminologies used in drug administration
The Basic terminologies used in drug administration correctly definedHas knowledge of defining  the Basic terminologies used in drug administrationHas knowledge and understanding defining  the Basic terminologies used in drug administrationHas wide knowledge and understanding of basic terminologies used in drug administration
The basic terminologies correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying basic terminologies  in drug administrationHas knowledge  and understanding of applying basic terminologies  in drug administrationHas wide knowledge  and understanding of applying basic terminologies  in drug administration
Principles of drug explained correctlyHas knowledge of explaining Principles of drug administrationHas knowledge  and understanding of explaining Principles of drug administrationHas wide knowledge  and understanding of Principles of drug administration
Common route of drug administration correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining  Common route of drug administrationHas knowledge and understanding  of explaining  Common route of drug administrationHas wide  knowledge and understanding  of explaining  Common route of drug administration
Principles of drugs administration correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing Principles of drugs administrationHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing Principles of drugs administrationHas wide knowledge and understanding of Principles of drugs administration
Legal limitation and approval procedure doses correctly establishedHas knowledge of establishing  legal limitation and approval procedure  of drug doseHas knowledge and understanding of establishing  legal limitation and approval procedure of  drug  doseHas wide  knowledge and understanding of establishing  legal limitation and approval procedure of drug  dose
Correctness of drug  dosage correctly checkedHas knowledge of checking Correctness of  drug dosesHas knowledge  and understanding of checking Correctness of  drug dosesHas wide  knowledge  and understanding of checking Correctness of  drug doses
Amount of drugs for administration and frequency correctly calculatedHas knowledge of calculating amount of drugs for administration and frequencyHas knowledge and understanding  of calculating amount of drugs for administration and frequencyHas  wide knowledge and understanding  of calculating amount of drugs for administration and frequency
Units of measurements/weights content correctly describedHas knowledge of describing units of measurements/weight contentHas knowledge and understanding  of describing units of measurements/weight contentHas wide knowledge and understanding  of describing units of measurements/weight content
Ratio/percentage of solids in liquids correctly determinedHas knowledge of determining  ratios/percentage of solids in liquidsHas knowledge and understanding of determining  ratios/percentage of solids in liquidsHas wide knowledge and understanding of determining  ratios/percentage of solids in liquids
ratio/percentage of liquid in liquid correctly determinedHas knowledge of determining ratio/percentage of liquid in liquidHas knowledge and understanding of determining ratio/percentage of liquid in liquidHas wide knowledge and understanding of determining ratio/percentage of liquid in liquid
The term effect and side effect correctly definedHas knowledge of defining The term effect and side effect of drugHas knowledge and understanding of defining The term effect and side effect of drugHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining The term effect and side effect of drug
Effect and side effect correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying effect and side effect of drugsHas knowledge and understanding of identifying effect and side effect of drugsHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying effect and side effect of drugs
Care of patients/clients with common drug side effect correctly providedHas knowledge of providing care to patients/clients with common drug side effectsHas knowledge and understanding of providing care to patients/clients with common drug side effectsHas wide knowledge and understanding of providing care to patients/clients with common drug side effects
Common nutritional deficiencies correctly explainedHas knowledge of common nutritional deficienciesHas knowledge and understanding of common nutritional deficienciesHas wide knowledge and understanding of common nutritional deficiencies
Causes of common nutritional deficiencies correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the causes of common nutritional deficienciesHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the causes of common nutritional deficienciesHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining the causes of common nutritional deficiencies
The meaning of balance diet correctly explainedHas knowledge of the meaning of balanced dietHas knowledge and understanding of the meaning of balanced dietHas wide knowledge and understanding of the meaning of balanced diet
Available client’s type of food correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying available type of food for clientsHas knowledge and understanding of identifying available type of food for clientsHas wide knowledge and understanding of available type of food for clients
Client/family involved in planning balanced diet correctlyHas knowledge of involving in planning balanced diet to client/familyHas knowledge and understanding of involving in planning balanced diet to client/familyHas wide knowledge and understanding of involving in planning balanced diet to client/family
Mode of transmission of HIV/AIDS correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying mode of transmission of HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding of identifying mode of transmission of HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying mode of transmission of HIV/AIDS
Risk factors in acquiring HIV/AIDS correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying risk factors in acquiring HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding of identifying risk factors in acquiring HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying risk factors in acquiring HIV/AIDS
Measures to prevent HIV/AIDS to patient, co-workers and self correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing measures to prevent HIV/AIDS to patient, co-workers and selfHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing measures to prevent HIV/AIDS to patient, co-workers and selfHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing measures to prevent HIV/AIDS to patient, co-workers and self
Life skills in prevention of HIV/AIDS correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing life skills in prevention of HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing life skills in prevention of HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing life skills in prevention of HIV/AIDS
Information about adherence of ARV drugs correctly providedHas knowledge of  providing information about adherence of ARV drugsHas knowledge and understanding of  providing information about adherence of ARV drugsHas wide knowledge and understanding of  providing information about adherence of ARV drugs
Opportunistic infection in relation to HIV correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying opportunistic infection in relation to HIVHas knowledge and understanding of identifying opportunistic infection in relation to HIVHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying opportunistic infection in relation to HIV
Holistic care to patients/clients with HIV/AIDS properly providedHas knowledge of providing holistic care to patients/clients with HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding of providing holistic care to patients/clients with HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding of providing holistic care to patients/clients with HIV/AIDS
Policy guidelines for reporting accidentally exposure correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying policy guidelines for reporting accidental exposureHas knowledge and understanding of identifying policy guidelines for reporting accidental exposureHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying policy guidelines for reporting accidental exposure
Measures to be taken in care of accidental exposure correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining measures to be taken in care of accidental exposureHas knowledge and understanding of explaining measures to be taken in care of accidental exposureHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining measures to be taken in care of accidental exposure
Preventive measures of accidental exposure adhering to the set standard precaution correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of demonstrating preventive measures of accidental exposure by adhering to the set standard precautionHas knowledge and understanding of demonstrating preventive measures of accidental exposure by adhering to the set standard precautionHas wide knowledge and understanding of demonstrating preventive measures of accidental exposure by adhering to the set standard precaution
The preventive measures of HIV/AIDS correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying preventive measures of HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding of identifying preventive measures of HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying preventive measures of HIV/AIDS
Knowledge in providing information on HIV/AIDS preventive measures correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying provided information on HIV/AIDS preventive measuresHas knowledge and understanding of applying provided information on HIV/AIDS preventive measuresHas wide knowledge and understanding of applying provided information on HIV/AIDS preventive measures
The skills to prevent HIV/AIDS correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of demonstrating the skills to prevent HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding of demonstrating the skills to prevent HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding of demonstrating the skills to prevent HIV/AIDS
Life skills correctly definedHas knowledge of defining life skillsHas knowledge and understanding of defining life skillsHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining life skills
Various components of life skills correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining various components of life skillsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining various components of life skillsHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining various components of life skills
Life skills in daily life correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying life skills properly in daily lifeHas knowledge and understanding of applying life skills properly in daily lifeHas wide knowledge and understanding of applying life skills properly in daily life
The common opportunistic infections correctly listedHas knowledge of listing the common opportunistic infectionsHas knowledge and understanding of listing the common opportunistic infectionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of listing the common opportunistic infections
Patients/clients with opportunistic infection correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying patients/clients with opportunistic infectionHas knowledge and understanding of identifying patients/clients with opportunistic infectionHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying patients/clients with opportunistic infection

 

Care to patient/clients with opportunistic infections correctly providedHas knowledge of providing Care to patient/clients with opportunistic infectionsHas knowledge and understanding of providing Care to patient/clients with opportunistic infectionsHas wide knowledge and understanding  Care to patient/clients with opportunistic infections
The term holistic care correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the  term holistic careHas knowledge and understanding of defining the  term holistic careHas wide knowledge and understanding the  term holistic care
The importance of holistic care for patients with HIV/AIDS correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining The importance of holistic care for patients with HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding of explaining The importance of holistic care for patients with HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding the importance of holistic care for patients with HIV/AIDS
Holistic care to patient/clients with HIV/AIDS correctly providedHas knowledge holistic care to patient/clients with HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding of holistic care to patient/clients with HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding of holistic care to patient/clients with HIV/AIDS
The term PEP correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the term PEPHas knowledge and understanding of defining the term PEPHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining the term PEP
The importance of PEP correctly explainedHas knowledge explaining the importance of PEPHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the importance of PEPHas wide knowledge and understanding  the importance of PEP
The principles of PEP correctly explainedHas knowledge explaining the principles of PEPHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the principles of PEPHas wide knowledge and understanding  the principles of PEP
Type of accidental exposure in relation to HIV/AIDS correctly definedHas knowledge of identifying type of accidental exposure in relation to HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding of identifying type of accidental exposure in relation to HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding  type of accidental exposure in relation to HIV/AIDS

 

 

 

The steps to be followed incase of accidental exposure in relation to HIV/AIDS correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the steps to be followed in case of accidental exposure in relation to HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the steps to be followed in case of accidental exposure in relation to HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining the steps to be followed in case of accidental exposure in relation to HIV/AIDS
The PEP principles correctly adheredHas knowledge of the adhering PEP principlesHas knowledge and understanding of  adhering PEP principlesHas wide knowledge and understanding of  PEP principles
The set standards precautions of IPC correctly revisedHas knowledge of revising on set standards of IPCHas knowledge and understanding of revising on set standards of IPCHas wide knowledge and understanding on set standards of IPC
Information’s on set standards correctly providedHas knowledge of demonstrating standard precautionsHas knowledge and understanding of demonstrating standard precautionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of demonstrating standard precautions
The standards precautions correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of describing standards precautionsHas knowledge and understanding of describing standards precautionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of standards precautions
The common terms related to medical conditions defined correctlyHas knowledge of defining terms related to medical conditionsHas knowledge and understanding of defining terms related to medical conditionsHas wide knowledge and understanding  terms related to medical conditions
Different medical conditions correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining different medical conditionsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining different medical conditionsHas wide knowledge and understanding  different medical conditions
Care to patients with medical conditions correctly providedHas knowledge of providing care to patients with medical  conditionsHas knowledge and understanding of providing care to patients with medical  conditionsHas wide knowledge and understanding  providing care to patients with medical  conditions

 

 

 

The common terms related to surgical conditions correctly definedHas knowledge of defining terms related to surgical conditionsHas knowledge and understanding of defining terms related to surgical conditionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining terms related to surgical conditions
Different surgical conditions correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining different surgical conditionHas knowledge and understanding of explaining different surgical conditionHas wide knowledge and understanding  different surgical condition
Care to patients with surgical conditions correctly providedHas knowledge of providing care to patients with surgical conditionsHas knowledge and understanding of providing care to patients with surgical conditionsHas wide knowledge and understanding care to patients with surgical conditions
Common nutritional deficiencies correctly listedHas knowledge of defining Common nutritional deficienciesHas knowledge and understanding of defining Common nutritional deficienciesHas wide knowledge and understanding of  Common nutritional deficiencies
Common nutritional deficiencies correctly explainedHas knowledge of  Common nutritional deficienciesHas knowledge and understanding of Common nutritional deficienciesHas knowledge and understanding of Common nutritional deficiencies
Care to patients with nutritional deficiencies correctly providedHas knowledge of  providing care to nutritional deficiencies patientHas knowledge and understanding of  providing care to nutritional deficiencies patientHas wide knowledge and understanding  caring to nutritional deficiencies patient
The term nursing process correctly definedHas knowledge of  defining nursing processHas knowledge and understanding of  defining nursing processHas wide knowledge and understanding  nursing process
The characteristics of the nursing process correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining characteristics of the nursing processHas knowledge and understanding of explaining characteristics of the nursing processHas wide knowledge and understanding   characteristics of the nursing process
The steps in nursing process correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining steps in nursing processHas knowledge and understanding of explaining steps in nursing processHas wide knowledge and understanding steps in nursing process
The nursing diagnosis correctly formulatedHas knowledge of formulating nursing diagnosisHas knowledge and understanding of formulating nursing diagnosisHas wide knowledge and understanding formulating nursing diagnosis

 

 

Patients problems prioritized and care correctly plannedHas knowledge of planning and prioritizing patients problems and careHas knowledge and understanding of planning and prioritizing patients problems and careHas wide knowledge and understanding planning and prioritizing patients problems and care
Planned care implemented correctlyHas knowledge of implementing planned careHas knowledge and understanding of implementing planned careHas wide knowledge and understanding of implemention of planned care
Care given to the patient based on their dietary needs correctly evaluatedHas knowledge of evaluating care given to the patient based on their dietary needsHas knowledge and understanding of evaluating care given to the patient based on their dietary needsHas wide knowledge and understanding of evaluating care given to the patient based on their dietary needs
Common nutritional deficiencies correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining common nutritional deficienciesHas knowledge and understanding of explaining common nutritional deficienciesHas wide knowledge and understanding explaining common nutritional deficiencies
Care to patients with nutritional deficiencies correctly providedHas knowledge of providing Care to patients with nutritional deficienciesHas knowledge and understanding of providing Care to patients with nutritional deficienciesHas wide knowledge and understanding providing Care to patients with nutritional deficiencies
Manual and electronic method of record keeping correctly differentiatedHas knowledge of differentiating manual and electronic method of record keepingHas knowledge and understanding of differentiating manual and electronic method of record keepingHas wide knowledge and understanding differentiating manual and electronic method of record keeping
Advantages and disadvantages Manual and electronic record keeping correctly describedHas knowledge of describing the  disadvantages of manual and electronic  record keepingHas knowledge and understanding of describing the  disadvantages of manual and electronic  record keepingHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing the  disadvantages of manual and electronic  record keeping
Types of tool used in maintaining patients health record correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining types of tool used in maintaining patients health recordHas knowledge and understanding explaining the types of tool used in maintaining patients health recordHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining the types of tool used in maintaining patients health record

 

The advantage of keeping patients health recoed appropriately corectly enumeratedHas knowledge of enumerating the advantage of keeping patients health recoed appropriatelyHas knowledge and understanding of enumerating the advantage of keeping patients health recoed appropriatelyHas wide knowledge and understanding of enumerating the advantage of keeping patients health recoed appropriately
Principles of counseling skills in educating client on the advantages of keeping health record safe correctly utilaizedHas knowledge of utilaizing the Principles of counseling skills in educating patients  on the advantages of keeping health record safeHas knowledge and understanding of utilaizing the Principles of counseling skills in educating patients  on the advantages of keeping health record safeHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilaizing the Principles of counseling skills in educating patients  on the advantages of keeping health record safe
Legal importance of patient’s health records correctly describedHas knowledge of describing legal importance on patient’s health recordsHas knowledge and understanding of describing legal importance on patient’s health recordsHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing legal importance on patient’s health records
Legal implications in handiling patients health records correctly describedHas knowledge of describing legal implications in handiling patients health recordsHas knowledge and understanding of describing legal implications in handiling patients health recordsHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing legal implications in handiling patients health records
The organisational policy guidelines and legal regulations in handling client/patients health records correctly describedHas knowledge of describing organisational policy guidelines and legal regulations in handling client/patients health recordsHas knowledge and understanding of organisational policy guidelines and legal regulations in handling client/patients health recordsHas wide knowledge and understanding of organisational policy guidelines and legal regulations in handling client/patients health records
Confidentiality in managing patients health records correctly practicedHas knowledge of practicing Confidentiality of managing patients health recordsHas knowledge and understanding of practicing Confidentiality of managing patients health recordsHas wide knowledge and understanding of practicing Confidentiality of managing patients health records
Word processing application in organizing health records correctly usedHas knowledge of useing word processing application in organizing health recordsHas knowledge and understanding of useing word processing application in organizing health recordsHas wide knowledge and understanding of useing word processing application in organizing health records
Use of spreadsheet in organizing health records correctly doneHas knowledge of useing spreadsheet in organizing health recordsHas knowledge and understanding of useing spreadsheet in organizing health recordsHas wide knowledge and understanding of useing spreadsheet in organizing health records
Database/access application in organing health records correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing database/access application in organing health recordsHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing database/access application in organing health recordsHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing database/access application in organing health records
Graphs and charts using spreadsheet application to display the interpreted health data correctly generatedHas knowledge of generating Graphs and charts using spreadsheet application to display the interpreted health dataHas knowledge and understanding of generating Graphs and charts using spreadsheet application to display the interpreted health dataHas wide knowledge and understanding of generating Graphs and charts using spreadsheet application to display the interpreted health data
Analysis of data correctly interpretedHas knowledge of interpreting analyzed dataHas knowledge and understanding of interpreting analyzed dataHas wide knowledge and understanding of interpreting analyzed data
Health information in developing nursing interventions correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing health information in developing nursing interventionsHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing health information in developing nursing interventionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing health information in developing nursing interventions
Sources of HIMS data correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying sources of HIMS dataHas knowledge and understanding of identifying sources of HIMS dataHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying sources of HIMS data
HIMS data tools correctly differentiatedHas knowledge of differentiating HIMS data toolsHas knowledge and understanding of differentiating HIMS data toolsHas wide knowledge and understanding of differentiating HIMS data tools
Filling in of HIMS paper and  electronic tools correctly practicedHas knowledge of practicing the filling in of the HIMS paper and  electronic toolsHas knowledge and understanding of practicing the filling in of the HIMS paper and  electronic toolsHas wide knowledge and understanding of practicing the filling in of the HIMS paper and  electronic tools
Key board skills demonstratedHas knowledge of demonstrating Key board skillsHas knowledge and understanding of demonstrating Key board skillsHas wide knowledge and understanding of demonstrating Key board skills

 

 

 

Serving of document using basic computer skills correctly doneHas knowledge of Serving of document using basic computer skillsHas knowledge and understanding of Serving of document using basic computer skillsHas wide knowledge and understanding of Serving of document using basic computer skills
Value using word and spreadsheet correctly calculatedHas knowledge of calculating value using word and spreadsheetHas knowledge and understanding of calculating value using word and spreadsheetHas wide knowledge and understanding of calculating value using word and spreadsheet
Searching and retrieving of health information using internet correctly doneHas knowledge of Searching and retrieving of health information using internetHas knowledge and understanding of Searching and retrieving of health information using internetHas wide knowledge and understanding of Searching and retrieving of health information using internet
Formulation of documents according to legal and professional guidelines correctly doneHas knowledge of formulating  documents according to legal and professional guidelinesHas knowledge and understanding of formulating  documents according to legal and professional guidelinesHas wide knowledge and understanding of formulating  documents according to legal and professional guidelines
Patients evaluation health record  correctly doneHas knowledge of evaluating patients health recordHas knowledge and understanding of evaluating patients health recordHas wide knowledge and understanding of evaluating patients health record
Nursing diagnosis made and plan of patients care correctly plannedHas knowledge of making nursing diagnosis  and planning of patients careHas knowledge and understanding of making nursing diagnosis  and planning of patients careHas wide knowledge and understanding of making nursing diagnosis  and planning of patients care

 

 

 

21.0 DESCRIPTION OF MODULES

Code:  NM 04101

Name: communication skills

Sub-enabling outcomes:

1.1.1 Describe the components of communication procss
1.1.2 Explain the factors influencing communication
1.1.3 Establish and maintain good relationship with patients/clients and co workers
1.2.1 Identify various ways in which people communicate verbal and non-verbally
1.2.2 Demonstrate proper use of verbal and non-verbal communication
1.2.3 Utilize listing, observing and questioning skills in clinical setting
1.3.1 Select and utilize appropriate ways of giving and receiving feedback
1.3.2 Give and receive feedback to patients/clients appropriately
1.3.3 Describe factors influencing feedback in communication

 

Prerequisite modules: None

Learning context

This module will be conducted through lecture, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, role plays, simulation, demonstration ,games, practical and workplace learning.

Learning content

Concept of communication

  • Definition of communication
  • Types of communication
  • Components of communication process

Goog interpersonal communication

Advantages of good interpersonal relationship

Creating and maintaining good interpersonal relationship patients/clients

  • Establish report with and co-workers

Verbal and Non verbal

Verbal communication

Non verbal communication

Advantages and disadvantages of verbal and non verbal communication

Interpretation of non verbal

Concepts of listening, observing and questioning

Listening skills

Observing skills

Questioning skills

Importance of effective listening, observing and questioning

 

 

The concept of team work

Definition of team work concept of feedback

Types of feedback

Importance of giving and receiving feedback

Principles  of giving and receiving feedback

Guidelines

Advantages of team work

Giving and receiving feedback

for giving and receiving feedback

Factors that influence communication process

  • influence factors

Barriers of effectives communication

Overcoming the barriers

Learning Materials/Facilities

Facilities:

Multifunctional room /skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices.

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead  projectors and screens, computers, Flip charts, White and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes.

 

References:

  1. Fisher Cassie W. 1989.Students guide to success.2nd edition. ELBS. London
  2. Graven RF(1992) Page 274
  3. MOHSW-EPL. 2008. Communication guide for facilitators
  4. MOHSW- RCH. Integrated RCH clinical skills curriculum.

 

 

Code : NM 04102

Name: Infection Prevention and control Including Microbiology

Sub- enabling outcome:

2..1.1  Explain basic concepts of Microbiology
2.1.2  Classify the various types of microorganisms causing diseases
2.1.3  Explain basic concept of parasitology and entomology in relation to client care
2.1.4  State the relationship between the parasite and host
2.2.1  Explain the mode of disease transmission
2.2.2  Describe the basic factors in the prevention and control of infection
2.2.3  Describe principles of disease prevention and control
2.3.1  Describe the principles of standard precaution in infection prevention and control
2.3.2  Perform hand washing before and after every procedure
2.3.3  Select appropriate aseptic techniques in clinical setting
2.3.4  Use principles of disposing hazardous and non-hazardous materials

 

Prerequisite Modules: None

Learning context

This module will be conducted through lecture, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

Learning context

  • History of microbiology
  • Important of microbiology in nursing practice
  • Types and characteristic of microorganism
  • Classification
  • Structure
  • Multiplication
  • Infection Process
  • Collection of specimen for bacteriological examination
  • Types of specimen
  • Specific immune responses
  • Humeral immunity
  • Types of antibody
  • Back ground
  • Introduction
  • Situational analysis
  • Goals and objectives of IPC
  • IPC guidelines
  • Fundamentals of IPC
  • The infections disease transmission cycle
  • Health care worker safety and standard precaution
  • Hand hygiene and use of personal protective Equipment(PPE)
  • Antiseptic and disinfectants
  • Health care waste management
  • 2.2 Process in IPC
  • Housekeeping, processing linen, Processing instrument
  • Prevention infection special setting/condition
  • Prevention nosocomial infection
  • Prevention material and new born infection
  • Prevention infection related to intravascular device and injection
  • Prevention surgical site infection

Leaning Materials/Facilities

Facilities:

Multifunction room /skills laboratory in which student can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices.

Learning and teaching materials:

The following leaning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead  projectors and screens, computers, Flip charts, White and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes.

References:

  1. 2004. National IPC guidelines for health care services in Tanzania. 1st ed. Dar–es- salaam
  2. Johon Snow Inc. 2006. Do not harm. 1st Dar es Salaam
  3. Crawen, R.F. Hirnle, C.J. (2000) Fundamentals of Nursing: Human Health and Function, 3rd Edition, Lippincott.
  4. Dixon, E. (1983), Theatre technique, 5th Edition Bailliere, Tindall, London.
  5. Grubb, K. (2000). Medical Law. 3rd Butterworths. London.
  6. Greenwood, D. Slack, R. & Peutherer J.2002. Medical Microbiology. A guide to microbial infections: Pathogeneses, Immunity, Laboratory Diagnosis and Control. 16th Churchill livingtone. London.
  7. Khuse, H.& Snger Peter. 1999. Bioethics. An Antholoy. 1st Blackwell. Massachusetts.
  8. Mason and McCall Smith. 1999. Law and Medical Ethics, 5th Butterworths. London

 

 

 

Code: NM04103

Name: Nursing Ethics And Practice –I

Sub-enabling outcomes:

3.1.1  Describe history of nursing worldwide, Tanzania and Zanzibar
3.1.2  Describe the concepts and composition of Zanzibar Nurses and Midwives Council (ZNMC)
3.1.3  Explain the process used in nursing registration enrolment and licensure
3.1.4  Explain the component of nursing ethics and etiquettes
3.1.5  Explain the concepts of nursing profession
3.1.6  Describe basic nursing procedure in health care setting
3.2.1  Recognize moral conduct in working station
3.2.2  Demonstrate trust worthiness towards patient/clients
3.2.3  Utilize  the principles of confidentiality in rendering health services
3.2.4  Observe patient and service rovider rights
3.2.5   Demonstrate abilities in maintaining professional qualities
3.3.1  Describe basic nursing procedures in health care settings

 

Prerequisite Modules: None

Learning context

This module will be conducted through lecture, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

Learning context

  • Definition of terms

Nursing, nursing council,

Nursing profession, nursing act,

Ethics and etiquettes

  • Legislation guidelines in providing nursing and midwifery care
  • Nursing legislation process
  • Professional responsibilities in relation to level of licensure
  • Professional qualities
  • Ethical principles /moral conducts in nursing profession
  • Principle of confidentiality in rendering health services
  • Nursing ethics and etiquettes code
  • Nursing ethics and research ethics
  • Patients and service provider’s rights.

 

  • Leaning Materials/Facilities
  • Facilities:

Multifunction room /skills laboratory in which student can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices.

 

 

 

Learning and teaching materials:

The following leaning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead  projectors and screens, computers, Flip charts, White and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes.

 

References:

  1. Davis JA. Tschudin, V. De Raeve L. 2006. Essentials Of Teaching And Learning In Nursing Ethics. Prospectives And Methods. 1st Churchill Livingstone, London.
  2. Kushe, H. & Singer Peter. (1999). Bioethics. An Anthology. 1st Blackwell. Massachusetts.
  3. Mason And Mccall Smith (1999) Law And Medical Ethics, 5th Butterworths, London.
  4. National Council For Technical EDUCATION.2006. Corporate Information. “Striving For World-Class Excellence In Technical Education And Training”. NACTE. Dar Es Salaam.
  5. Pera And Van Tonder 1996. Ethics In Nursing Practice, Juta Ltd.
  6. Rosdahl C.1991 Texbook Of Basic Nursing (5th Edition)

 

 

  • Learning and teaching materials:

 

 

 

Code: NM04104

Name: Anatomy And Physiology

Sub-Enabling Outcomes:

4.1.1  describe basic anatomy and physiology of human body
4.1.2  Identify various parts of the human body structure and functions
4.1.3  Apply knowledge and skills in managing clients with minor anatomical and physiological functions of human body system

 

Prerequisite Modules: Nil

Learning content

Basi anatomy and physiology of human body

Definition of terms

  • Cell,Tissues, Organs and Systems

Typical cells and its organelles

  • Stucture of typical cells, Cell organelles and functions

Body tissues,types of tissue, structure, location and function

  • Connective tisssue, Muscles tissue, Nervous tissue

Membranes and their functins

  • Mucous, serous and synovials membranes

Body cavities organs functions

  • Body regions and the organs contained

Body system

  • Digestive, resiratory, urinary,circulatory,skeletal,endocrine, Nervous, Iymphatic and muscular.

Basic anatomical and physiological functions of human body systems

  • Leaning Materials/Facilities
  • Facilities:

Multifunction room /skills laboratory in which student can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices.

Learning and teaching materials:

The following leaning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead  projectors and screens, computers, Flip charts, White and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes.

 

References:

  1. Graven R .E And Hirnle Constauce J.2000. Fundamentals Of Nursing. Human Health And Function 4th J.B. Lippicott Company Philandelphia
  2. Murray R, K, Granner D. K, Mayer P. A. And Rodwel V. W. 2001. Harpers Biochemistry 24th Large Medical Book Practice Hall International Inc.
  3. Oliver, J.& Middleditch, A. 2000. Functional Anatomy Of The Spine. 6th Butterworth- Heinemann. Oxford.
  4. Thibodeau G.A. And Patton K.J.2001 Anatomy And Physiology 3rd Edition Mosby Co. St Lous MO USA.
  5. Roasdahl C. B. 1999, Textbook Of Basic Nursing 7th Edition Philadelphia. Lippincott Williams &Wilkins.
  6. Robinson, MC. Alho, A. & Brown, CMC. 2000. Musculoskeletal Trauma Series. Femur. 1st Arnold. Edinburgh.
  7. Ross & Wilson, (2001) Anatomy And Physiology In Health & Illness, 9th Edition, Churchill, Livingsone.
  8. Ross And Wilson 2004. Anatomy And Physiology In Health And Illness. 10th Edition Churchill, Livingsone
  9. Saladin, SK. 1998. Anatomy And Physiology. The Unit of Form And Function. 1st Edition Mcgraw-Hill. Boston.
  10. Watson, R. 2001. Anatomy And Physiology For Nurses. 11th Bailliere Tindall.
  11. Waugh, Ross And Wilson 2002. Anatomy And Physiology In Health & Illness, 9th Edition, Churchill, Livingsone. Stdney

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code: NM 04105

Name: Nutrition

Sub-enabling outcomes:

4.3.1 Explain common basic concept in nutrition
4.3.2 utilize dietary pattern in serving meals to patient/ clients
4.3.3 explain common nutritional deficiencies
4.3.4 Educate client/family members in planning a balance diet

 

Prerequisite Modules: None

Learning context

This module will be conducted through lecture, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

Learning content

Leaning Materials/Facilities

Common basic concept in nutrition

  • Definition of food, nutrients, diet, balanced diet, food nutrients

Principal classes of nutrients

  • Carbohydrates, protein, lipids, mineral, vitamins, water

Functions of the nutrients

  • Metabolism, anbolismand catabolism

Common nutritional deficiency

  • Malnutrition, under nutrition, iron deficiency, vitamin deficiency, Kwashiorkor and miasmas

Planning balance diet

  • Availability of common diet in the community
  • Accessibility of the common diet
  • Awareness of balance diet

Leaning Materials/Facilities

Facilities:

Multifunction room /skills laboratory in which student can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices.

 

 

Learning and teaching materials:

The following leaning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead  projectors and screens, computers, Flip charts, White and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

References:

  1. Stewart T 1992 ABC Of Nutrition, 2nd Edition, Stewart Truswell
  2. Felicity, C.A. 1992. Nutrition for Developing Countries, 2nd Edition, ELBS Oxford University Press.

 

 

Code: NM0410

Name: Information Management in nursing

Sub-enabling outcomes:

6.1.1 Identify the different methods of keeping health record
6.1.2 Describe the tools used in keeping patients health records
6.1.3 Describe the advantages and disadvantages of different methods of keeping health record
6.2.1 Describe legal limitation in managing clients/ patient medical records
6.2.2 Apply ethical principle of confidentiality in managing patient/clients records
6.2.3 Explain legal limitation in managing patient/clients records
6.3.1 Describe the basic concept of computer application
6.3.2 Organize  health record using computer application
6.3.3  Use Computer In Performing Simple Data analysis for planning and implementation of care
6.3.4 Use HMIS (MTUHA) tools/computer software in organizing health records
6.3.5 Utilize word/spreadsheets computer application in producing report

 

 

Prerequisite Modules: None

Learning context

This module will be conducted through lecture, lecture discussion, illustrated discussion, coaching, tutorials, directed and self directed learning experiences in skill laboratory and in the clinical settings as applicable.

Learning content

  • Definition of record
  • Definition of record keeping
  • Important of record keeping
  • General principle of record keeping
  • Types of record
  • Type Of medical record keeping
  • Client/patient record
  • Equipment and supplies records
  • Clinic records
  • Data protection
  • Tools used in medical record
  • Collection and analyze of patient records
  • Importance of confidentiality in managing patient records
  • Legal limitation in managing Client/patient record
  • Definition of computer
  • Part and peripheral accessories and their function
  • Computer operation, computer programme, Microsoft word excel and internet

 

 

 

 

Leaning Materials/Facilities

Facilities:

Multifunction room /skills laboratory in which student can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices.

Leaning and teaching materials:

The following leaning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead  projectors and screens, computers, Flip charts, White and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes.

 

References :

Internet search

Millman A and lee, N. 1995 ABC OF MEDICAL COMPUTING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code: NM 04207

Name: medical and surgical nursing I

Sub-enabling outcome:

5.1.1 Describe the concept of nursing process
5.1.2 Utilize nursing process in providing care to client/patient2
5.2.1 Provide care to patients with medical conditions
5.2.2 Provide care to patients with surgical conditions
5.2.3 Provide care to patients/clients with common nutritional deficiencies
5.3.1 Apply knowledge and skills in HIV/AIDS Prevention
5.3.2 Provide appropriate care to HIV/AIDS patients/clients
5.3.3 Utilize principles of post exposure prophylaxis (PEP) in case of accidental exposure

 

Prerequisite Modules: Anatomy and physiology. IPC, pharmacology and nutrition

Learning context

This module will be conducted through lecture, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

Learning content

Definition of the terms

  • Medicine, Physician, Disease, Medical conditions, surgical conditions,
  • Infection /inflammation, Immunity, pain

Causes of diseases and disease process

Causes of disease

Genetic, Infection, Injuries, Metabolic disorders, Environmental, Disease process, Reaction to illnesses, Inflammation

 

Nursing care of a patient with medical and surgical disorders

For every disorder of the system, the following format of description will be followed:

Definition, Causes, Sign and symptoms, Common diagnosis and investigation

Complication

Nursing care

Respiratory disorders

Common cold, Pharyngitis, Laryngitis, Bronchitis, TB, Pneumonia, Bronchial asthma

Cardiovascular disorders

Pericarditis, Myocarditis, Endocaditis, Rheumatic heart disease, C.C.F, Hypertension, angina pectoris, Varicose vein, Phlebitis, Thrombophlebitis, Anemia Haemophila Sickle cell anemia

Digestive disorders

Condition of mouth and oesophagus,

Gingivitis.

Urinary disorders

Cystitis, urethritis, glomeruloneuphritis

Endocrine disorders

Hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, diabetic mellitus CNS conditions, CVA, paralysis

Sensory organ condition

Otitis media, Conjunctivitis, Epitasis, Sinusitis

Skin condition “

Scabies, eczema, fungal infection

Local inflammation

Abscess, Boil, Cellulites

Respiratory system

Hemorrhage, lung abscess, Haemothorax, fracture of ribs, under water seal drainage

Gastro intestinal Tract

Dental carries, glositis, cancer of oesophagus, gastritis, cancer of stomach, hernia, intestinal obstruction, appendicitis, Peritonitis, colostomy, hemorrhoid

Disorder of liver

Liver abscess, liver tumor, cholesystisis, Jaundice, Hepatitis A and B

Liver cirrhosis

Muscular skeleton system

Fracture, arthritis, rheumatoid, arthritis, gangrene, mystics, Amputation, Burns

Urinary tract system

Cancers of bladders, phimosis, balanitis, hydrocele, BPH, undecided testes, prostrctomy, cancer of prostate

 

Endocrine system

Thyrodectomy, CNS, Head injury, Brain tumor,

Sensory organ condition

Chalazion style, nephritis, foreign body in eye/nose, Cataract, Nasal polyps

Definition in terms in relation to the surgical nursing

Surgery, surgeon

Surgical condition

General Pre, intra and post operative care

  • Pre-operative care, Physical preparation, Exercise e.g. breathing, position, hygiene, Fasting, Investigation, Psychological preparation, Discussion about the operation, informed consent, Post operative care,
  • Care of patient before recovery from anesthesia
  • General post operative care

Common nutrition problem

Vitamin + mineral, vitamin A   and B, iron + folic deficiencies

Under nutrition, malnutrition, under weight, kwashiorkor, Marasmus, Marasmus kwashiorkor

Learning Materials/Facilities  

Fertilities:

Multifunctional room /skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

 

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used ( not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, Computers Flips, White and black boards Chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

Reference:

  1. Bloom R. Stephen. 1994 Toolieys Medicine. A Textbook For Students In The Health Care Professions. 15th Churchill Livingstone London
  2. Brigden J.R. 1998.Operating Theaters Technique 5th Edition Churchill Livingstone
  3. Brunner, L.S. & Suddath, S.D.(1999) Medical Surgical Nursing 9th Edition Lippincott. Philadelphia.
  4. Caroline B.R. 1999. Text Book Of Basic Nursing 7th Lippincott. Philadelphia.
  5. Chapter 10: Managment Of Common Symptoms And Opportunistic Infections In HIV/AIDS
  6. 2005. Chapter 12. Managment Of HIV Infected Patients Using Atiretroviral Drugs Nation Gidelines For The Clinical Managment Of HIV/AIDS, Dar Es Salaam.
  7. Colmer, M.R. 2005 Surgery For Nurses. 16th Edinburgh. Churchill Livingstone London
  8. Dixon,E. 1983. Theatre Technique. 5th Bailliere Tinal. London
  9. Donna D. Et Al. 1995. Medical Surgical Nursing. W.B. Saunder Co. Philandelphia
  10. Lugalla J, Emmelin M, Matembei A, Sima M, Kwesigambo G, Killewo J,Dahlgren L. 2004. Social, Cultural And Sexual Behavioural Determinants Of Observed Decline In HIV Infection Trends: Lessons From The Kagera Region Tanzania. Soc. Sc. Med Tul; 59(1): 185-98
  11. Lewis, SM And Collier, IC. 1998. Medical Surgical Nursing Assessment and Managment Of Clinical Problems. Mosby. New York.
  12. Long Et Al 1993. Medical Surgical Nursing. A Nursing Process Approach. Mosby London
  13. 2005. Guideline For Home Based Care Services. NACP. Dar Es Salaam
  14. 2005. National Guidelines For The Clinical Management Of HIV/AIDS Dar Es Salaam
  15. Watson, Je. 1997. Medical Surgical Nursing And Related Physiology. Saunders London
  16. Pattie, I.P. Walker, S. 1995. Understanding Nursing Care 4th Edition Churchill Livingstone London
  17. Smelter, CS. & Bare, GB.2000. Textbook Of Medical-Surgical Nursing. 9th Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Philadelphia.
  18. Pattie, P. & Walker. S. 1995. Understanding Nursing Care. 4th Churchill Livingstone London

 

 

 

 

Code: NM 04208

Name: Pharmacology

Sub-enabling outcomes:

4.2.1         Describe different routes used in drug administration
4.2.2  Describe the principle of drug administration
4.2.3  Describe different classes of drugs/medications commonly used
4.2.4  Identify the effects and side effects of common drugs
4.2.5  Utilize mathematical principle in calculating drug doses

 

Prerequisite Modules: none

Learning context

This module will be conducted through lecture, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

Learning content

Introduction to pharmacology

Definition of pharmacokinetics, pharmacotherapeutic, toxicology, medication and drugs, pharmacopoeia, formulary

Law affecting drugs and medications

Drug enforcement agencies

Patient rights

Role of nurses in drug administration

Drug and medication

-Name of drugs

-Types and forms of drugs

-Essential drugs

Drug calculation

 

 

 

Learning materials/facilities

Fertilities:

Multifunctional room /skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used ( not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, Computers Flips, White and black boards Chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

References:

  • Rold B. (1998) Nurse Dryg Guide. 2nd Edition. ELBS. London
  • Lapham R. & Agar, H. 1995. Drug Calculation For Nurses. A Step By Step Approach. 1st Arnold London.
  • Mtulia, TAI. 1990. Pharmacology & Therapeutics. A Manual For Medical Assistants And Other rural Health Workers. 3rdAMREF. Nairobi.
  • Trounces, J. & Gould. 2000. Clinical Pharmacology For Nurses, 14th Educational Low-Priced Books Scheme. Churchill Livingstone London

 

Code: NM 04209

Name: Nursing Ethic and practice II

Sub-enabling outcomes:

3.2.6 Describe basic nursing procedures in health care settings
3.2.7 Describe the concepts of nursing process
3.2.8 Utilize nursing process in providing care to client/patient

 

Prerequisite Modules: none

Learning context

This module will be conducted through lecture, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

Learning content

Basic nursing procedures

Personal hygiene, promotion of rest and sleep (bed making), vital signs, maintaining of food and nutrition

Catheterization, stitch removal,

Administration of drugs

Care of wound

Care of the terminally ill and dying patient

Care of the dead body

Nursing process

  • Development of nursing process
  • Characteristic of nursing process

Components of nursing process

  • Assessment , Nursing diagnoses, Planning, Implementation and Evaluation
  • Nursing education and scope or practice
  • Standard of nursing practice

 

Learning Materials/Facilities

 

Facilities:

Multifunctional room / skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated   well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used ( not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, Computers Flips, White and black boards Chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

References:

  1. Brunner, L.S & Suddath, S.D 1999. Medical Surgical Nursing 9th Edition . Lippincott. Philadelphia .
  2. Crawen, R.F Hirnel, C.J . 2000.Foundamental of Nursing : Human Health nd Function  . 3rd Edition . Lippincott.
  3. Dixon . E. 1983. Theatre Technique . 5th Edition .Bailiere  Tindal, London .
  4. Downie, G.Mackkenzie ,J & Williams 2001.  Pharmacology  and Drug Managemnt  for Nurses, 2nd  edition ,  Churchill, Livingstone .
  5. Grubb , K.2000 Medical 3rd Edition . Buttewordths . London
  6. Kuhse, H & Singer Peter . 1999. Bioethics. An Anthology 1st edition .Blackwell.M assachusetts.
  7. 1997. Stardards for Nursing practice in Tanzania
  8. 2004. National Infection prevention  and Control Guidelines for health care in Tanzania . Ministry of Health , Dar es salam .
  9. Peattie, I.P.Walker, S. 1995. Understanging Nursing Care , 4th Edition . Churchill, Livingstone London

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code :   NM 04210

Name:   Emergency Care

Sub- enabling Outcomes :

3.3.1   Apply the principles  and measure first aid in clients / patients / family care
3.3.3   Provide care  to clients / patients during disaster and emergency
3.3.4   Participate with health team member  in giving care

 

 

Prerequisite Modules:          None

Learning context

This module will be conducted through lecture, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning

Learning Content

First aid techniques

Banding dressing

Hemorrhage , fracture, Burn , Asphyxia, CPR, Hypoglycemia, Drawing Shock, Unconsciousness, Choking , Poisoning, Bites, Handling  and transport of patient

Types of disaster

Role of nursing in disasters and emergency

Preparation for community for disasters and emergency

Management of causalities

Learning Materials/Facilities

 

Facilities:

Multifunctional room / skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated   well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

 

 

 

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used ( not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, Computers Flips, White and black boards Chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

 22.0    CURRICULUM INFORMATION FOR NTA LEVEL 5

22.1     Qualification : Certificate in Nursing

22.2     Purpose of General Studies:

This qualification is intended for a person who will play an integral part in providing basic nursing services including health education, ordering drugs, and work  under supervision ,a registered nurse in health  care setting .

22.3     Competence Descriptors

            The holder of the qualification will be able to apply knowledge and skills in a  range activities some of which  are non-routine and be able to assume operational  responsibilities

22.5     Entry Requirements:

Candidates who has successfully completed Level 4 with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0

22.6     Credits at this Level: 120

22.7     Cumulative Credits from Lowest Level: 240

22.8     Date the Qualification Standard Last Reviewed: November 2013

 

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24.0     TRAINING STANDARDS:

24.0     Principal Outcomes, Credit Value and Assessment Criteria

Principal OutcomeCreditAssessment Criteria
1.      Utilize principal of midwifery in proving quality reproductive and child health care42(i)                 Ability in caring woman in reproductive health is clearly demonstrated

(ii)              common reproductive health problem correctly explained

(iii)            common child health problem correctly explained

(iv)             management of child health problems correctly described and demonstrated

(v)               management of common reproductive health problems clearly explained and demonstrated

(vi)             procedure for normal and abnormal delicacies correctly demonstrated and performed

(vii)          family planning methods correctly described

2.      Apply basic principles of prevention and immunization procedures to reduce mobility and mortality in the community18(i)                 deferent methods of preventing communicable diseases are correctly explained

(ii)              types and uses of different vaccines correctly described

(iii)            methods of storage and administration of different vaccines well explained and demonstrated

(iv)             relevant heath education is appropriately provided to given group in relevant setting

3.      Apply basic mental health concepts and techniques in giving quality care to patient/clients in health care settings14(i)                 mental health concepts and principles correctly described

(ii)              an understanding of the interrelationships between physical and mental/emotional aspects of wellness and diseases correctly demonstrated

(iii)            basic mental health techniques correctly utilized in giving care to mentally ill patient/clients

4.      apply nursing concepts in the management of patient/clients with HIV/AIDS and other communicable diseases in health care setting and in the community17(i)                 procedure for management of HIV/AIDS patient/clients in health care setting correctly described

(ii)              the national guidelines for diagnosis  and treatment of HIV/AIDS correctly described and applied

(iii)            common problems in the management of HIV/AIDS patients correctly enumerated and described

(iv)             understanding of home based care initiatives for HIV/AIDS patient/clients correctly demonstrated

(v)               The communicable diseases development processes correctly described

 

 

5.      Utilize the concepts and principles of community health in solving health needs and problems17(i)                 The concepts of community approach correctly defined and explained

(ii)              The principles of home visiting are observed during field practice

(iii)            Immunization schedule correctly explained and practiced

(iv)             Different types of communicable and non communicable diseases correctly managed

6.      Apply basic planning and organization techniques to effect smooth operations in health care settings12(i)                 Appropriate use of equipment and supplies is well demonstrated

(ii)              Effective methods of interpersonal skills are used to supervise juniors

(iii)            Conflict resolution process is properly described

(iv)             Stores and legal procedures for drugs and supplies are followed

(v)               Services providers and patients/clients responsibilities correctly explained and demonstrated

 

24.2 Principal outcomes and Enabling outcomes

Principal outcomesEnabling outcomes
1.      Utilize principle of midwifery in providing quality reproductive and child health care1.1 Comprehend the female reproductive system and related problems
1.2 Differentiate common childhood illnesses and their management
1.3 Identify life threatening material and newborn situations that require referral to higher level of care
2.      Apply basic principle of preventive and immunization procedure to reduce morbidity and mortality in the community2.1 Describe basic preventive approaches used in diseases control and health promotion
2.2 Utilize individual and group information/education techniques to improve health
2.3 Interrelate social, cultural and environmental aspects in wellness and diseases prevention
3.      Apply basic mental health concepts and principles in giving care to patients/clients in health care settings3.1 Understand the historical background of mental health services nationally and globally
3.2 Differentiate the etiological factors including clinical manifestations of mental illness
3.3 Describe common mental health problem and their management
4.      Apply nursing concepts in the management of patients/clients with  HIV/AIDS and other communicable diseases in health care setting and in the community4.1 Comprehend information on the treatment and care of people living with HIV and AIDS in accordance to the national guidelines
4.2 Describe the concepts of  integrated management of adult and adolescent illness (IMAI) HIV and AIDS diagnosis, treatment and care
4.3 Explain management of different types of communicable diseases
4.4 Describe the National guidelines on provision of care and treatment HIV and AIDS
5.      Utilize the concepts and principles of community health in solving health needs and problems5.1 Utilize the PHC concepts in the promotion of community heath
5.2 Identify appropriate techniques for health  appraisal and health promotion strategies
5.3 Interrelated the concepts of empowerment and critical reasoning in advocating for personal, family, school and community health

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

24.3 Enabling outcomes and sub-enabling outcomes

1.1 Comprehend the female reproductive system and related problems1.1.1 Differentiate major parts of female and male productive system
1.1.2 Recognize physiological changes that occur during pregnancy
1.1.3 Provide care to woman and their family  during pregnancy, labour and postpartum period
1.1.4 Interrelated social, cultural and economical aspects with reproductive and child health services in Zanzibar
1.1.5 Describe the management of 1st,2nd, 3rd, and 4th stages of labour
1.1.6 Utilize Focused Antenatal Care (FANC) in reproductive health
1.1.7 Describe pharmacological substances which are safe during pregnancy, birth and breast feeding
1.1.8 Apply the principles and techniques of family planning
1.1.9 Describe the causes and management of infertility Male end female

 

1.2 Differentiate common childhood illnesses and their management1.2.1 Describe the process of human growth and development 
1.2.2 Demonstrate appropriate care to a new born baby 
1.2.3 Manage new born baby with common physiological abnormalities and congenital malformation 
1.2.4 Identify newborns at high risk including LBW 
1.2.5 Describe the concepts and principles of Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) 
1.2.6 Utilize knowledge of immunization to prevent common communicable diseases to under-five children 
1.3 Identify life threatening maternal and fetal conditions that require referral to higher levels of care1.3.1 Utilize principles of caring for women with abnormal pregnancy, labour and puerperium 
1.3.2 Identify life threatening maternal and fetus conditions 
1.3.3 Describe the management of life threatening maternal and fetal condition 
2.1 Describe basic preventive approaches used in diseases control and health promotion2.1.1 Differentiate types of pollution and their health risks and prevention 
2.1.2 Recognize precautions to take during medication administration, vital signs monitoring and transportation of a client who is potentially infectious 
2.1.3 Explain how to set up a client’s room for isolation and appropriate barrier techniques 
2.2 Utilize individual and group health information/education techniques to improve health2.2.1 Describe different types of health education techniques 
2.2.2 Prepare health education sessions according to patients/client needs 
2.2.3 Provide health information and education to patient/clients based on their needs 
2.2.4 Use therapeutic relationship approach during health care delivery 
2.2.5 Perform counseling and guidance 
2.3 Interrelate social, cultural and environmental aspects in wellness and diseases prevention2.3.1 Differentiate social and cultural issues that have negative/positive impact on health and wellness 
2.3.2 Describe the importance of social, culture and environment in the prevention of diseases 
2.3.3 Differentiate major life style factors that influence health and wellness 
2.3.4 Describe the importance of religious and spiritual beliefs for clients experiencing illness 
3.1 Comprehend the historical background of mental health services nationally and globally3.1.1 Explain the concept of mental health in relation to psychiatric nursing 
3.1.2 Describe the mental health historical back ground in Zanzibar and existing new trends 
3.1.3 Describe the National Health Policy and guidelines on mental health services 
3.1.4 Explain the preventive measures for mental ill health conditions 
3.1.5 Explain national and global initiatives for improving mental health 
3.1.6 Classify mental illnesses according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual mental disorder (DSM iv)/International Classification of Diseases (ICD 10) classification 
3.2 Differentiate etiological factors including clinical manifestations of mental illness3.2.1 Differentiate common mental health problems and their causes 
3.2.2 Describe classes/categories of mental illnesses and their conditions, signs and symptoms 
3.2.3 Describe the characteristic of common mental illness 
3.3 Describe common mental health problems and their management3.3.1 Differentiate types of care for mentally ill individuals 
3.3.2 Utilizing available measures to prevent mental illnesses 
3.3.3 Plan and provide nursing care to mentally disturbed persons 
4.1 Comprehend information on the treatment and care of people living with HIV and AIDS4.1.1 Describe the state of HIV and AIDS pandemic nationally and globally 
4.1.2 Describe illness related stigma and discrimination issues and its impact 
4.1.3 Perform counseling in HIV and AIDS care 
4.2 Describe the concepts of Integrated Management of Adult and Adolescent Illness (IMAI) HIV and AIDS diagnosis4.2.1 Describe community – based family centered care  (framework for nursing care) 
4.2.2 Explain the Zanzibar/WHO guideline ARV drugs 
4.2.3 Describe the syndromic approach to diagnosis of HIV and AIDS 
4.2.4 Assess and establish management plan of patients/clients with HIV and AIDS 
4.3 Describe the National guidelines on provision of care and treatment of HIV/AIDS4.3.1 Differentiate commonly used ARV drugs in Zanzibar 
4.3.2 Comprehend common side effects and adverse drugs reactions related to ARV drugs and their management 
4.3.3 Describe distribution and documentation system for 
 ARV drugs in Zanzibar
4.4  differentiate various communicable   disease and their management4.4.1 Describe the causes and clinical signs of the common communicable diseases
4.4.2 Explain appropriate preventive measures for common communicable disease.
4.4.4 Utilize nursing process in managing patient/ clients suffering from communicable disease.
5.1 utilize the primary health Care (PHC) concepts in the promotion5.1.1 Describe the historical background of PHS
5.1.2 Describe components of PHS
5.1.3 Describe PHS strategies in health care delivery
5.1.4 Interrelate PHS and nursing concepts
5.1.5 Describe Community Health Care (CBHC)  in the relation to PHS
5.2 Identify appropriate techniques for health appraisal and health promotion strategies5.2.1 Describe community entry process and concepts of community empowerment
5.2.2 Describe procedures for conducting community health needs assessment
5.2.3 Describe essential steps in initiation of CBHC in the community
5.2.4 Describe the process of identifying and training of the community owned resource persons (CORPs)
5.3 Interrelate the concepts of empowerment and critical reasoning in advocating for personal, family, school and community health5.3.1 Utilize nursing process in providing care to individuals, families and community.
5.3.2 Utilize health education techniques in raising community awareness
5.3.3 Describe the concepts of community involvement in monitoring and evaluation of health promotion activity
5.3.4 Prepare community assessment report
6.1 Identify resources and evaluate information in relation to individual patient/client condition and needs.6.1.1 Use laid down procedures for managing equipment and supplies
6.1.2 Estimate resources requirement in the provision of care
6.1.3 Assess and determine clients/patients needs
6.1.4 Monitor and keep inventories in health care settings
6.2 Utilize information for planning and organizing resources in health care setting.6.2.1 Describe basic steps use in planning and organizing resources.
6.2.2 Utilize the knowledge and skills in planning and organizing activities at work place
6.2.3 Apply health management information system (HMIS) tools in the provisions of care
6.2.4 Use critical judgment skills in making appropriate decision making in work place
6.3 Identify appropriate problem solving process using critical reasoning6.3.1 Recognize common problems occurring to patients/clients, relatives and staff at work place.
6.3.2 Use appropriate techniques in solving conflicts of patients/clients, relatives and staff
6.3.3 Describe work related procedures in managing changes
6.3.4 Demonstrate team work sprit and decision making skills

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sub-enabling outcomes Related Tasks, Assessment criteria and Instruments

Sub-enabling outcomeRelated taskAssessment CriteriaAssessment instrument
1.1.1 Differentiate major parts of female and male reproductive systemDescribe anatomy and physiology of male and female reproductive systemAnatomy and physiology of male and female reproductive system are correctly describeContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Draw and label the various part of female and male organsThe various part of female and male organs correctly drown and labeledContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain types of pelvisTypes of pelvis correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the different pelvic bones, joints and ligamentsDifferent pelvic bones, joints and ligaments are correctly describeContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe pelvic diameters in relation to foetal skullPelvic diameters in relation to foetal skull correctly describeContinues assessment and end of semester examination
1.1.2 recognize physiological changes that occur to the women during pregnancyIdentify the hormonal changes in female reproductive systemThe hormonal changes in female reproductive system correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain different stages of fetal developmentDifferent stages of fetal development correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain physiological changes which occur during pregnancyPhysiological changes which occur during pregnancy correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the sign of pregnancyThe sign of pregnancy correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
1.1.3coborrelate social, cultural and economical aspect with productive and child health services in ZanzibarRelate physiological, emotional and behavioral practices  with productive and child health servicesPhysiological, emotional and behavioral practices  with productive and child health services are correctly relatedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
State the harmful social and cultural aspects practiced in R/H servicesHarmful social and cultural aspects practiced in R/H services correctly statedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe sexuality, gender roles and their relationshipSexuality, gender roles and their relationship correctly describeContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the social and economic inequalities their impact to reproductive health servicessocial and economic inequalities their impact to reproductive correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
1.1.4  Provide care to women during normal pregnancyDefine FANCFocus antenatal care correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the goal of FANCGoal of FANC correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify characteristics of effective antenatal Care (FANC)Characteristics of effective antenatal Care correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the elements of focused Antenatal Care (FANC)Elements of focused Antenatal Care correctly describeContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Manage malaria and anemia in pregnancyMalaria and anemia in pregnancy correctly managedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Manage syphilis in pregnancysyphilis in pregnancy correctly managedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Understand the effects of drugs during pregnancy, birth and breast feedingeffects of drugs during pregnancy, birth and breast feeding correctly understoodContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Educate women on the effect of drug during pregnancy and breath feedingwomen on the effect of drug during pregnancy and breath feeding correctly educatedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify the specific drugs used in emergency situationSpecific drugs used in emergency situation correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the common term used in laborCommon term used in labor correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the physiological change in labourPhysiological change in labour correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the factors that influence the onset the labourFactors that influence the onset the labour correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify the duration of labour in different stages ( 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4thstage)The duration of labour in different stages correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify courses of the onset of labourCourses of the onset of labour correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the use of petrography in managing a women in labourThe use of petrography in managing a women in labour correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Demonstrate the ability to record and interpret information in the petrographyThe ability to record and interpret information in the petrography correctly demonstratedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Develop interventions based on `partograph findingsInterventions based on `partograph findings correctly developedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe physiological changes which occur during 1st, 2nd and 3rdstage of labourPhysiological changes which occur during 1st, 2nd and 3rd stage of labour correctly developedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Manage the women during 1st , 2nd, and 3rd of labourThe women during 1st , 2nd, and 3rd of labour correctly managedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Perform placenta examinationPlacenta examination correctly performedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Utilized principles of safe delivery in assisting a women during deliveryPrinciples of safe delivery in assisting a women during delivery correctly utilizedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize active management of the 3rd stage of labour principle in appropriately.Active management of the 3rd stage of labour principle in appropriately correctly utilized.Continues assessment and end of semester examination
Perform placenta examinationPlacenta examination correctly performedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Assess general condition of the women during 4th stage of labourGeneral condition of the women during 4th stage of labour correctly assessedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Assess the general condition of the women and her new born babyGeneral condition of the women and her new born baby correctly assessedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Provide care according to needs and problem identified from the postnatal women and her new born babyCare according to needs and problem identified from the postnatal women and her new born baby correctly providedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize principles of concealing and postnatal women during the care and before dischargePrinciples of concealing and postnatal women during the care and before discharge correctly utilizedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
1.1.5 Utilized principles of caring women during abnormal pregnancy, labour and postpartum

 

Differentiate disorders due to pregnancyDifferentiate disorders due to pregnancy  correctly differentiateContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe disease associated with pregnancydisease associated with pregnancy correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain management of women with abnormalities during pregnancyManagement of women with abnormalities during pregnancy correctly managedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Manage mal position and mal presentationMal position and mal presentation correctly managedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Manage physical problem and complication in postpartum periodPhysical problem and complication in postpartum period correctly managedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
1.1.6 Apply basic principles and techniques of family planningDefine term used in family planningTerm used in family planning correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain history of family planning in Zanzibar and TanzaniaHistory of family planning in Zanzibar and Tanzania correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Differentiate family planning and child spacingFamily planning and child spacing correctly differentiatedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify different types of family planning methodsDifferent types of family planning methods correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the advantages and side effects to each types of family planning methodsThe advantages and side effects to each types of family planning methods correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify the advantages and disadvantages of family planning to individual, family, community and nation.The advantages and disadvantages of family planning to individual, family, community and nation correctly identified.Continues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe concealing of informed choiceConcealing of informed choice correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain concealing for high risk clientConcealing for high risk client correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Demonstrate counseling for informed choice and high risk clientCounseling for informed choice and high risk client correctly demonstratedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Apply counseling skills on instructing client for appropriate family planning method selectedcounseling skills on instructing client for appropriate family planning method selected correctly appliedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify social, cultural factor that hinder family planning practicesocial, cultural factor that hinder family planning practice correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Provide health education to community to relieve negative social, cultural factors on family planning practiceHealth education to community to relieve negative social, cultural factors on family planning practice correctly providedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Define the term infertilitythe term infertility correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Outline the causes of infertilityThe causes of infertility correctly outlinedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the psychological and social effect to the infertile individual/couplesThe psychological and social effect to the infertile individual/couples correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Apply knowledge and skills of counseling in managing infertile client/couplesKnowledge and skills of counseling in managing infertile client/couples correctly appliedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain alternative techniques to promote infertilityAlternative techniques to promote infertility correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe artificial inseminationArtificial insemination correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

1.2.1 Describe the process of human growth and developmentDefine term used in human growth and development

 

term used in human growth and development correctly defined

 

Continues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the process of human growth and developmentProcess of human growth and development correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the characteristic of human growth and developmentCharacteristic of human growth and development correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Determine the stages of growth and development of a childStages of growth and development of a child correctly determinedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
1.2.2 Demonstrate appropriate care to a new born babyExplain immediate care of a new born babyCare of a new born baby correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe APGAR-SCORE at 1 minus and 5 minutesAPGAR-SCORE at 1 minus and 5 minutes correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the safety measures in caring for the new born babySafety measures in caring for the new born baby correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the importance of breast feedingImportance of breast feeding correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the importance of breast feedingImportance of breast feeding correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Counsel the mother on appropriate feeding modes on an infantMother on appropriate feeding modes on an infant correctly counseledContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Educate the mother on general care of the new born babyMother on general care of the new born baby correctly educatedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain to the mother on the importance of timely referral of the new born baby with danger signsMother on the importance of timely referral of the new born baby with danger signs correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
1.2.3 Manage new born baby with common physiological and congenital abnormalities in new born babyDescribe characteristics of a new born babyCharacteristics of a new born baby correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Perform the physical assessment of new born babyThe physical assessment of new born baby correctly performedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the philological changes of a new born baby at birthThe philological changes of a new born baby at birth correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the common  philological changes of a new born baby at birthCommon  philological changes of a new born baby at birth correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify abnormal condition in a neonate that need immediate referralAbnormal condition in a neonate that need immediate referral correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
  
1.2.4 Manage new born baby at high risk including low birth weight

 

Describe the classification of low birth weightthe classification of low birth weight correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the causes of low birth weightCauses of low birth weight correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the prevention of infection in the low birth weightPrevention of infection in the low birth weight correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify newborns at high riskNewborns at high risk correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Assess newborn at high riskNewborn at high risk correctly assessedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the newborn at high riskNewborn at high risk correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
1.2.5 describe the concepts and principle of integrated Management to childhood illness (IMCI)Explain the aims and objectives of IMCIAims and objectives of IMCI correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe principles of IMCI in managing sick childPrinciples of IMCI in managing sick child correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Provide the care to the children with the common child hood illnessCare to the children with the common child hood illnessContinues assessment and end of semester examination
1.2.6 Utilize knowledge of immunization to prevent common communicable diseaseDefine term used in immunizationTerm used in immunization correctly defiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe types and uses of different vaccineTypes and uses of different vaccine correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Demonstrate method of storage and administration of different vaccineMethod of storage and administration of different vaccine correctly demonstratedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
2.1.1 Differentiate types of pollution and their health risks and privationDescribe different types of pollution and their health riskDifferent types of pollution and their health risk correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the prevention measures in different types of pollutionPrevention measures in different types of pollution correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Educate the community the effect of pollutioneffect of pollution to the community correctly educatedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
2.2.1 Recognize precautions to be taken during medication administration, vital signs monitoring and transportation of a client who is potentially infectiousExplain the precaution to be taken during medication, vital signs monitoring and transportation of clientPrecaution to be taken during medication, vital signs monitoring and transportation of client correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Apply knowledge and skills obtained during IPC courseKnowledge and skills obtained during IPC course correctly appliedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify infectious diseases which need to be reported to the appropriate authorityInfectious diseases which need to be reported to the appropriate authority correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
   
      

 

 

2.2.3 explain set of client’s room for isolation and appropriate barriers techniquesApply knowledge and skills of IPC on set up client room for isolation

 

Knowledge and skills of IPC on set up client room for isolation correctly applied

 

Continues assessment and end of semester examination
Enumerate barriers techniques used to infectious client

 

Barriers techniques used to infectious client correctly enumerated

 

Continues assessment and end of semester examination
Provide proper management of isolation roomProper management of isolation room correctly providedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
2.3.1 Describe different types of health education techniquesIdentify different types of health educationDifferent types of health education correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the principle of health educationPrinciple of health education correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Recognize the importance of health educationImportance of health education correctly recognizedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
2.2.2 Prepare health education sessions according to patient/client needsAccess  health education needs of the patient/client

 

Health education needs of the patient/client correctly acceded

 

Continues assessment and end of semester examination
Plan health education according to the community needsHealth education according to the community needs correctly planedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Conduct health education sessionsHealth education sessions correctly educatedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Evaluate health education sessionHealth education session correctly evaluatedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
2.2.3 Perform counseling and guidance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Describe the concepts counseling and guidanceThe concepts counseling and guidance correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify types of counselingTypes of counseling correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Determine the purpose of counseling and guidancePurpose of counseling and guidance correctly determinedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify clients who need counseling and guidanceClients who need counseling and guidance correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
2.2.4 Use therapeutic relationship approach during health care deliveryExplain therapeutic relationship approach during health care deliveryTherapeutic relationship approach during health care delivery correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Recognize importance of therapeutic relationship approach during health care deliveryImportance of therapeutic relationship approach during health care delivery correctly recognizedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Apply therapeutic relationship approaches when caring patient/clientTherapeutic relationship approaches when caring patient/client correctly appliedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
2.3.1 Differentiate social and cultural issues that have negative/positive impact on healthDescribe social and cultural issue that have negative impact on healthSocial and cultural issue that have negative impact on health correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify the socio cultural issues that have positive and negative impact on healthSocio cultural issues that have positive and negative impact on health correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Provide health education on social and cultural issue to relative negative impact on health

 

Health education on social and cultural issue to relative negative impact on health  correctly provided

 

Continues assessment and end of semester examination
2.3.2 Describe the importance of social, cultural, and environmental issue in prevention of diseasesExplain the importance of social, cultural, and environmental issue in prevention of diseases

 

Importance of social, cultural, and environmental issue in prevention of diseases correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify life styles which influence healthLife styles which influence health  correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Recognize condition/diseases which associate with life styles.Condition/diseases which associate with life styles correctly recognizedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
2.3.3 Differentiate major life style factors that

influence health

 

 

 

 Identify different life style that influence healthDifferent life style that influence health correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain life style that have negative impact in healthLife style that have negative impact in health correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Apply knowledge and skills to educate patient/client on positive life styleKnowledge and skills to educate patient/client on positive life style correctly appliedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
2.3.4 Describe the importance of religious and spiritual believes for client experiencing illnessExplain experiencing illness the importance of religious and spiritual believes for clientThe importance of religious and spiritual believes for client correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
 Appreciate the use of religious and spiritual believes in conforming patient/clientThe use of religious and spiritual believes in conforming patient/client correctly appreciatedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
3.1.1 Explain the concepts of mental health in the relation to nursing practiceDefine common terms used in mental healthCommon terms used in mental health correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain role of mental health teamRole of mental health team correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify principle of mental health practicePrinciple of mental health practice correctly identified

 

Continues assessment and end of semester examination
3.1.2 Describe the mental health historical back ground and existing new trendsExplain historical background Tanzania and ZanzibarHistorical background Tanzania and Zanzibar correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain current mental health trendsCurrent mental health trends correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain mental health policy of ZanzibarMental health policy of Zanzibar correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
3.1.3 Describe rights of the mental health patient/clientIdentify right of mental ill patientsRight of mental ill patients correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify laws and regulations that protect mental ill patients

 

Laws and regulations that protect mental ill patients correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
3.1.4 Explain the preventive measures for mental ill health conditionIdentify preventive measures available

 

 

Preventive measures available correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain preventive measures of mental illnessPreventive measures of mental illness correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Employ preventive measures  to different groups of people

 

Preventive measures  to different groups of people correctly employedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
3.1.5 Explain global and national activities for improving national healthIdentify global and national programs for improving mental healthGlobal and national programs for improving mental health correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify barriers for improving mental healthBarriers for improving mental health correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the available services for improving mental healthAvailable services for improving mental health correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
3.2.1 Explain common mental health problems and their causesIdentify the characteristics common mental illnessesCharacteristics common mental illnesses correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the causes of mental health problemsCauses of mental health problems correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify risk factors for mental illnesses

 

Risk factors for mental illnesses correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
3.2.2 Classify mental illnesses according to the Diagnostic statistic Manual (DSM IV)/international Classification of disease (ICD 10) classification for mental disorderEnumerate the common mental illnessesCommon mental illnesses correctly enumeratedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe mental illnesses Diagnostic statistic Manual (DSM IV)/international Classification of disease (ICD 10) classification for mental disorderMental illnesses Diagnostic statistic Manual (DSM IV)/international Classification of disease (ICD 10) classification for mental disorder  correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify the characteristics of common mental illnessesCharacteristics of common mental illnesses correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
3.2.3 Describe the characteristicsIdentify characteristics common mental illnessesCharacteristics common mental illnesses correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Distinguish different types of common mental illnessesDifferent types of common mental illnesses correctly distinguishedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
common mental illnessesIdentify mental health patients in the communityMental health patients in the community  correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
3.3.1. Differentiate types of care for mental ill patient/clientDescribe types of care for mental health ill patient/clientTypes of care for mental health ill patient/client correctly typedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize appropriate treatment modalities to mental ill patientsAppropriate treatment modalities to mental ill patients correctly utilizedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
3.3.2 Plan and provide nursing care to mental disturbed personsIdentify groups affected and those at risk for mental illness in the communityGroups affected and those at risk for mental illness in the community correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Formulate nursing diagnosis for appropriate nursing careNursing diagnosis for appropriate nursing care correctly formulatedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Plan nursing care of the mentality ill individualNursing care of the mentality ill individual correctly planedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Provide nursing intervention according to different mental illnessesNursing care of the mentality ill individual correctly providedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
4.1.1 Describe the state of HIV and AIDS for academic globally and nationallyExplain overviews of HIV infection globally and nationallyOverviews of HIV infection globally and nationally correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify major commission of HIV and AIDS in ZanzibarThe major commission of HIV and AIDS in Zanzibar  correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain courses of Stigma and discriminationCourses of Stigma and discrimination correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
4.1.2 describe illness related stigma and discrimination issues and its impact

 

 

Discuss the role of gender and HIV and AIDS stigma and discriminationThe role of gender and HIV and AIDS stigma and discrimination correctly discussedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain consequences of stigma and discriminationConsequences of stigma and discrimination correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
4.1.3 Perform consoling  in HIV and AIDS careIdentify basic component of VCT and PITCBasic component of VCT and PITC correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe goals of counselingGoals of counseling correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Apply  counseling skills in caring HIV/AIDS clientsCounseling skills in caring HIV/AIDS clients correctly appliedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

 

4.2.1 Describe community based family care 9frame work for nursing care)

 

 

Describe the concept of home based careConcept of home based care correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Identify assessment needs of HIV and AIDS clients and their families in home based settingAssessment needs of HIV and AIDS clients and their families in home based setting correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Identify ways to supervise and educate home health worker in family member on providing care to HIV and AIDS patient/clientWays to supervise and educate home health worker in family member on providing care to HIV and AIDS patient/client correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

4.2.2 Describe the Zanzibar/WHO guidance for ARV drugsUnderstand the goals of ARV therapy to people living with HIV/AIDSThe goals of ARV therapy to people living with HIV/AIDS correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Explain recommended ARV in ZanzibarRecommended ARV in Zanzibar correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Explain investigation before initiation of ARV therapyInvestigation before initiation of ARV therapy correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

4.2.3 Describe the syndromic approach to diagnosis of HIV and AIDSIdentify common symptoms experienced by people living with HIV/AIDSCommon symptoms experienced by people living with HIV/AIDS correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Explain factors that contribute symptoms of HIV infected personFactors that contribute symptoms of HIV infected person correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Describe syndromic management strategiesSyndromic management strategies correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Identify opportunistic infections of HIVOpportunistic infections of HIV correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

4.2.4 Assess and establish management plan of patients/clients with HIV and AIDSExplain nursing process in the management of HIV/AIDSNursing process in the management of HIV/AIDS correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Identify common ARV used in Tanzania/ZanzibarCommon ARV used in Tanzania/Zanzibar correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Explain the action of ARV drugs commonly used in Tanzania/ZanzibarAction of ARV drugs commonly used in Tanzania/Zanzibar correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Describe signs of Treatment failureSigns of Treatment failure correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

Explain common side effect and adverse drug reactionCommon side effect and adverse drug reaction correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
4.3.2 Demonstrate appropriate preventive measures for common communicable disease

 

Explain the inter relationship of agent, host and environment in disease transmissionInter relationship of agent, host and environment in disease transmission correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain principles of privative measure in controlling communicable diseasePrinciples of privative measure in controlling communicable disease  correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
 

 

 

4.3.3 Utilize nursing process in managing patients/clients suffering from communicable disease

Apply preventive practice against communicable disease to the communityPreventive practice against communicable disease to the community correctly appliedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Assess patients/clients suffering from communicable diseases to the communityPatients/clients suffering from communicable diseases to the community correctly assessedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Plan nursing care to patient suffering from communicable diseasesNursing care to patient suffering from communicable diseases properly plannedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Implement nursing care to the patient suffering from communicable diseaseNursing care to the patient suffering from communicable disease correctly implementedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
5.1.1 Describe the historical background of PHCState brief history of PHCBrief history of PHC is clearly statedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain aims of PHCThe aims of PHC correctly explained 
Explain components and elements of PHCComponents and elements of PHC correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
5.1.2 Describe component of PHCExplain PHS component of PHSPHS component of PHS correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain success and failure of PHSSuccess and failure of PHS correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Collaborate with other sectors in promotion of health in the communityPromotion of health in the community with other sectors correctly collaboratedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
5.1.3Describe PHC strategies in health care deliveryEnumerate PHC strategies in health care deliveryPHC strategies in health care delivery correctly enumeratedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the PHC strategies in health care deliveryPHC strategies in health care delivery correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Collaborate with other sectors in promotion of health in the community

 

Promotion of health in the community with other sectors is highly  collaborated

 

Continues assessment and end of semester examination
5.1.4 Describe Community Based Health Care (CBHC) in the relation to PHC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Explain concept of CBHCThe concept of CBHC correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify the role of CBHC in the promotion of healthThe role of CBHC in the promotion of health correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the benefit of

CBHC in the promoting health

The benefit of

CBHC in the promoting health correctly explained

Continues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify component of CBHCComponents of CBHC correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain CBHC as a strategy in PHCCBHC as a strategy in PHC correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
5.2.1 Describe procedures for conducting community health needs assessmentExplain the concepts of community health nursingConcepts of community health nursing correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain procedures for conducting community diagnosisProcedures for conducting community diagnosis correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Develop plan of action for community health care, implementation and evaluationPlan of action for community health care, implementation and evaluation correctly developedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
5.2.2 Describe community entry  process and concepts community empowermentExplain community health profileCommunity health profile correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Explain the concept of community empowermentThe concept of community empowerment correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain techniques of collaboration  between Community leader,

community member and CORPs in promotion of health

Techniques of collaboration  between Community leader,

community member and CORPs in promotion of health correctly explained

Continues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe essential steps in initiation of CBHC in the communityEssential steps in initiation of CBHC in the community  correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
5.2.3 Describe the process of identifying and training of community Owned resources persons (ORPS)Identify criteria for selection of own resource personCriteria for selection of own resource person correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe method of training COPRSsMethod of training COPRSs correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain steps of nursing process applied to the communitySteps of nursing process applied to the community correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe method of community assessmentMethod of community assessment correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
5.3.1 Utilize nursing process providing care to individuals, families and communities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Explain steps of nursing process applied to the communitySteps of nursing process applied to the community correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe method of community assessmentMethod of community assessment correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify characteristic of nursing process applied to the communityCharacteristic of nursing process applied to the community correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
5.3.2 Prepare community assessment report

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Explain the component of community assessment reportThe component of community assessment report correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Display different formats in writing assessment reportDifferent formats in writing assessment report correctly displayedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the use of assessment report in the community health promotionThe use of assessment report in the community health promotion correctly describedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
6.1.1 Describe basic steps used in planning and organizing resources

 

Define common term use in leadership and managementCommon term use in leadership and management correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the principle of leadership and managementThe principle of leadership and management correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify leadership stylesLeadership styles correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify basic steps in planning and organizing resources

 

Basic steps in planning and organizing resources correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify factors that hinder effective planning and organizing resourcesFactors that hinder effective planning and organizing resources correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
6.1.2 Plan and organize activities at work placeIdentify modes of planning and organizing patients careModes of planning and organizing patients care correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify resources available for planning and organizingResources available for planning and organizing correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Prepare daily, weekly and monthly work planDaily, weekly and monthly work plan correctly preppedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.3 Practice use management information system (HMIS) tools

 

 

 

Outline uses of informationUses of information correctly outlinedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify stages in generating informationStages in generating information correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize computer and internet to prepare health informationImportance of computer and internet correctly utilizedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
6.3.1 Recognize common problems occurring to patients/clients, activities and staff at work place

 

 

Identify common problems at work placeCommon problems at work place correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify sources of problems at work placeSources of problems at work place correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Apply problem solving approach steps in solving problems at work placeProblem solving approach steps in solving problems at work place correctly appliedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.2 use appropriate techniques in solving conflicts of patients/client, relatives and staffIdentify sources/causes of conflicts at work placeSources/causes of conflicts at work place correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify categories of conflictsCategories of conflicts correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain appropriate techniques in solving conflictsAppropriate techniques in solving conflicts correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.3 Describe work related procedures in managing changes

 

 

 

 

 

Define the term changeThe term change correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain reasons for management of changeReasons for management of change correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Outline factors for introducing for changeFactors for introducing for change correctly outlinedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify factors  leading to resident to changeFactors  leading to resident to change correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify factors to reduce resistance to changeFactors to reduce resistance to change correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.4 Demonstrate team-work spirit in day to day activitiesDefine team workTeam work is correctly definedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Explain characteristics of team workCharacteristics of team work correctly explainedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify advantages and disadvantages of teamworkAdvantages and disadvantages of teamwork correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.5 Utilize decision making skills in day to day activitiesDefine decision makingDecision making defined correctlyContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Identify stages that involves in decision making processStages that involves in decision making process correctly identifiedContinues assessment and end of semester examination
Outline factors that hinder rational decision makingFactors that hinder rational decision making correctly outlinedContinues assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

24.4.2 Assessment Criteria and Benchmarking

Assessment CriteriaSatisfactory/goodVery goodExcellent
The major part of female reproductive system correctly explainedHas knowledge of major part of reproductive systemHas knowledge and understand of major part of reproductive systemHas wide knowledge and understand of major part of reproductive system
The various parts of female and male organs correctly labeledHas knowledge of various parts of female and male organsHas knowledge and understand of various parts of female and male organsHas wide knowledge and understand of various parts of female and male organs
Types of pelvis correctly explainedHas knowledge of types of pelvisHas knowledge and understand of types of pelvisHas wide knowledge and understand of
Different pelvic bones, joints and ligaments correctly describedHas knowledge of different pelvic bones, joints and ligamentsHas knowledge and understand of different pelvic bones, joints and ligamentsHas wide knowledge and understand of different pelvic bones, joints and ligaments
Pelvic diameters in the relation to foetal skull correctly describedHas knowledge of pelvic diameters in the relation to foetal skullHas knowledge and understand of pelvic diameters in the relation to foetal skullHas wide knowledge and understand of pelvic diameters in the relation to foetal skull
The hormonal changes in female reproductive system correctly identifiedHas knowledge of hormonal changes in femaleHas knowledge and understand hormonal changes in femaleHas wide knowledge and understand of hormonal changes in female
 reproductive systemChanges in female reproductive systemOf hormonal changes in female reproductive system
social cultural factors that hinder family planning practice correctly identifiedHas knowledge of social cultural factors that hinder family planning practiceHas knowledge and understanding of social cultural factors that hinder family planning practiceHas wide knowledge and understanding of social cultural factors that hinder family planning practice
health education to the community to relieve negative social, cultural factors on family planning practice correctly providedHas knowledge of educating the community to relieve negative social, cultural factors on family planning practiceHas knowledge and understanding of educating the community to relieve negative social, cultural factors on family planning practiceHas wide knowledge and understanding of educating the community to relieve negative social, cultural factors on family planning practice
Physiological changes occurring  during pregnancy correctly explainedHas knowledge of physiological changes occurring  during pregnancyHas knowledge and understanding of physiological changes occurring  during pregnancyHas wide knowledge and understanding of physiological changes occurring  during pregnancy
The signs of pregnancy correctly explainedHas knowledge of signs of pregnancyHas knowledge and understanding of signs of pregnancyHas wide knowledge and understanding of signs of pregnancy
The principles of management of women during pregnancy correctly explainedHas knowledge of principles of management of women during pregnancyHas knowledge and understanding of principles of management of women during pregnancyHas wide knowledge and understanding of principles of management of women during pregnancy
Focused antenatal care correctly definedHas knowledge of focused antenatal careHas knowledge and understanding of focused antenatal careHas wide knowledge and understanding of focused antenatal care
Characteristics of an effective antenatal care correctly identifiedHas knowledge on Characteristics of an effective antenatal careHas knowledge and understanding on Characteristics of an effective antenatal careHas wide knowledge and understanding on Characteristics of an effective antenatal care
Elements of focused antenatal care correctly describedHas knowledge on elements of focused antenatal careHas knowledge and understanding on elements of focused antenatal careHas wide knowledge and understanding on elements of focused antenatal care
Malaria and anemia in pregnancy correctly managedHas knowledge of Malaria and anemia in pregnancyHas knowledge and understanding of Malaria and anemia in pregnancyHas wide knowledge and understanding of Malaria and anemia in pregnancy
Syphilis in pregnancy correctly managedHas knowledge of Syphilis in pregnancyHas knowledge and understanding of Syphilis in pregnancyHas wide knowledge and understanding of Syphilis in pregnancy
Effects of drugs during pregnancy, birth and breast feeding correctly understoodHas knowledge on Effects of drugs during pregnancy, birth and breast feedingHas knowledge and understanding on Effects of drugs during pregnancy, birth and breast feedingHas wide knowledge and understanding on Effects of drugs during pregnancy, birth and breast feeding
Physiological changes in labour correctly explainedHas knowledge of Physiological changes in labourHas knowledge and understanding of Physiological changes in labourHas wide knowledge and understanding of Physiological changes in labour
The factors that influence the onset of labour are correctly explainedHas knowledge of factors that influence the onset of labourHas knowledge and understanding of factors that influence the onset of labourHas wide knowledge and understanding of factors that influence the onset of labour
The process of labour correctly explainedHas knowledge on process of labourHas knowledge and understanding on process of labourHas wide knowledge and understanding on process of labour
Types of labour correctly explainedHas knowledge on Types of labourHas knowledge and understanding on Types of labourHas wide knowledge and understanding on Types of labour
The use of partograph in managing a woman in labour correctly explainedHas knowledge on the use of partograph in managing a woman in labourHas knowledge and understanding on the use of partograph in managing a woman in labourHas wide knowledge and understanding on the use of partograph in managing a woman in labour
The ability to record and interpret information on the partograph correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of recording and interpreting information on the partographHas knowledge and understanding of recording and interpreting information on the partographHas wide knowledge and understanding of recording and interpreting information on the partograph
Intervention based on partograph findings correctly developedHas knowledge on intervention based on partograph findingsHas knowledge and understanding on intervention based on partograph findingsHas wide knowledge and understanding on intervention based on partograph findings
Stages of labour correctly explainedHas knowledge on Stages of labourHas knowledge and understanding on Stages of labourHas wide knowledge and understanding on Stages of labour
Signs and symptoms of 1stand 2nd stages of labour correctly describedHas knowledge on Signs and symptoms of 1st and 2nd stages of labourHas knowledge and understanding on Signs and symptoms of 1st and 2nd stages of labourHas wide knowledge and understanding on Signs and symptoms of 1st and 2nd stages of labour
Care of woman in the 1stand 2nd stages of labour correctly describedHas knowledge of caring a woman in the 1st and 2ndstages of labourHas knowledge and understanding of caring a woman in the 1st and 2ndstages of labourHas wide knowledge and understanding of caring a woman in the 1st and 2ndstages of labour
Mechanism of labour correctly describedHas knowledge of Mechanism of labourHas knowledge and understanding of Mechanism of labourHas wide knowledge and understanding of Mechanism of labour
Principles of safety delivery correctly explainedHas knowledge of Principles of safety deliveryHas knowledge and understanding of Principles of safety deliveryHas wide knowledge and understanding of Principles of safety delivery
Signs and symptoms in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd stages of labour correctly describedHas knowledge of Signs and symptoms in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd stages of labourHas knowledge and understanding of Signs and symptoms in the 1st, 2ndand 3rd stages of labourHas wide knowledge and understanding of Signs and symptoms in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd stages of labour
Active management of the 3rd stage of labour correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of active management of the 3rd stage of labourHas knowledge and understanding of active management of the 3rd stage of labourHas wide knowledge and understanding of active management of the 3rd stage of labour
Placenta examination correctly performedHas knowledge of placenta examinationHas knowledge and understanding of placenta examinationHas wide knowledge and understanding of placenta examination
General condition of the woman during 4th stage of labour correctly assessedHas knowledge of assessing general condition of the woman during 4th stage of labourHas knowledge and understanding of assessing general condition of the woman during 4th stage of labourHas wide knowledge and understanding of assessing general condition of the woman during 4th stage of labour
Emergency situation that occur in 3rd and 4th stage of labour correctly managedHas knowledge of managing emergency situation that occur in 3rd and 4th stage of labourHas knowledge and understanding of managing emergency situation that occur in 3rd and 4th stage of labourHas wide knowledge and understanding of managing emergency situation that occur in 3rd and 4th stage of labour
Terms used in family planning correctly definedHas knowledge on terms used in family planningHas knowledge and understanding on terms used in family planningHas wide knowledge and understanding on terms used in family planning
History in family planning in Zanzibar and Tanzania correctly explainedHas knowledge on history on family planning in Zanzibar and TanzaniaHas knowledge and understanding on history on family planning in Zanzibar and TanzaniaHas wide knowledge and understanding on history on family planning in Zanzibar and Tanzania
Family planning and child spacing correctly differentiatedHas knowledge on family planning and child spacingHas knowledge and understanding on family planning and child spacingHas wide knowledge and understanding on family planning and child spacing
Different types of family planning correctly identifiedHas knowledge of different types of family planningHas knowledge and understanding of different types of family planningHas wide knowledge and understanding of different types of family planning
The advantages and side effects of each type of family planning methods correctly explainedHas knowledge on advantages and side effects of each type of family planning methodsHas knowledge and understanding on advantages and side effects of each type of family planning methodsHas wide knowledge and understanding on advantages and side effects of each type of family planning methods
The advantages and disadvantages of family planning to individual, family, community and nation correctly identifiedHas knowledge on advantages and disadvantages of family planning to individual, family, community and nationHas knowledge and understanding on advantages and disadvantages of family planning to individual, family, community and nationHas wide knowledge and understanding on advantages and disadvantages of family planning to individual, family, community and nation
Counseling for informed choice correctly describedHas knowledge of Counseling for informed choiceHas knowledge and understanding of Counseling for informed choiceHas wide knowledge and understanding of Counseling for informed choice
Counseling for high risk client correctly explainedHas knowledge of Counseling for high risk clientHas knowledge and understanding of Counseling for high risk clientHas wide knowledge and understanding of Counseling for high risk client
Appropriate family planning method selected by client correctly instructedHas knowledge of instructing client on family planning method selectedHas knowledge and understanding of instructing client on family planning method selectedHas wide knowledge and understanding of instructing client on family planning method selected
Social cultural factors that hinder family planning practice correctly identifiedHas knowledge of Social cultural factors that hinder family planning practiceHas knowledge and understanding of Social cultural factors that hinder family planning practiceHas wide knowledge and understanding of Social cultural factors that hinder family planning practice
Health education to the community to relieve negative social, cultural factors on family planning practice correctly providedHas knowledge of educating community to relieve negative social, cultural factors on family planning practiceHas knowledge and understanding of educating community to relieve negative social, cultural factors on family planning practiceHas wide knowledge and understanding of educating community to relieve negative social, cultural factors on family planning practice
The term infertility is correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the term infertilityHas knowledge and understanding of defining the term infertilityHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining the term infertility
Causes of infertility correctly outlinedHas knowledge on the causes of infertilityHas knowledge and understanding on the causes of infertilityHas wide knowledge and understanding on the causes of infertility
The psychological and social effects of the infertile individuals/couples correctly describedHas knowledge of psychological and social effects of the infertile individuals/couplesHas knowledge and understanding of psychological and social effects of the infertile individuals/couplesHas wide knowledge and understanding of psychological and social effects of the infertile individuals/couples
Knowledge and skills of counseling correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying counseling skillsHas knowledge and understanding of applying counseling skillsHas wide knowledge and understanding of applying counseling skills
Alternative techniques to promote fertility correctly explainedHas knowledge of alternative techniques to promote fertilityHas knowledge and understanding of alternative techniques to promote fertilityHas wide knowledge and understanding of alternative techniques to promote fertility
Artificial insemination correctly describedHas knowledge of artificial inseminationHas knowledge and understanding of artificial inseminationHas wide knowledge and understanding of artificial insemination
Different types of abnormal and high risk pregnancy correctly identifiedHas knowledge of different types of abnormal and high risk pregnancyHas knowledge and understanding of different types of abnormal and high risk pregnancyHas wide knowledge and understanding of different types of abnormal and high risk pregnancy
Immediate care to women with abnormal or high risk conditions correctly providedHas knowledge of immediate care to women with abnormal or high risk conditionsHas knowledge and understanding of immediate care to women with abnormal or high risk conditionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of immediate care to women with abnormal or high risk conditions
Women with complicated pregnancy correctly identified and referredHas knowledge of identified and referred women with complicated pregnancyHas knowledge and understanding of identified and referred women with complicated pregnancyHas wide knowledge and understanding of identified and referred women with complicated pregnancy
Techniques for preventing complications of pregnancy correctly describedHas knowledge of techniques for preventing complications of pregnancyHas knowledge and understanding of techniques for preventing complications of pregnancyHas wide knowledge and understanding of techniques for preventing complications of pregnancy
The abnormal labour and delivery correctly identifiedHas knowledge of abnormal labour and deliveryHas knowledge and understanding of abnormal labour and deliveryHas wide knowledge and understanding of abnormal labour and delivery
The principles of abnormal labour and deliveries correctly explainedHas knowledge of principles of abnormal labour and deliveriesHas knowledge and understanding of principles of abnormal labour and deliveriesHas wide knowledge and understanding of principles of abnormal labour and deliveries
Women with deep-transverse arrest correctly detectedHas knowledge on detecting women with deep-transverse arrestHas knowledge and understanding on detecting women with deep-transverse arrestHas wide knowledge and understanding on detecting women with deep-transverse arrest
Women in labour with breech, face and brow presentations correctly differentiatedHas knowledge on differentiating women in labour with breech, face and brow presentationsHas knowledge and understanding on differentiating women in labour with breech, face and brow presentationsHas wide knowledge and understanding on differentiating women in labour with breech, face and brow presentations
Complications of breech delivery correctly explainedHas knowledge on Complications of breech deliveryHas knowledge and understanding on Complications of breech deliveryHas wide knowledge and understanding on Complications of breech delivery
Women in labour with occipital posterior position correctly detectedHas knowledge on detecting women in labour with occipital posterior positionHas knowledge and understanding on detecting women in labour with occipital posterior positionHas wide knowledge and understanding on detecting women in labour with occipital posterior position
Complications associated with posterior position correctly detectedHas knowledge of detecting complications associated with posterior positionHas knowledge and understanding of detecting complications associated with posterior positionHas wide knowledge and understanding of detecting complications associated with posterior position
The management of women with abnormal labour and delivery correctly describedHas knowledge of management of women with abnormal labour and deliveryHas knowledge and understanding of management of women with abnormal labour and deliveryHas wide knowledge and understanding of management of women with abnormal labour and delivery
Psychological, emotional and behavioral practices with reproductive and child health services correctly relatedHas knowledge of relating psychological, emotional and behavioral practices with reproductive and child health servicesHas knowledge and understanding of relating psychological, emotional and behavioral practices with reproductive and child health servicesHas wide knowledge and understanding of relating psychological, emotional and behavioral practices with reproductive and child health services
Harmful social and cultural aspects practiced in R/H services correctly statedHas knowledge of harmful social and cultural aspects practiced in R/H servicesHas knowledge and understanding of harmful social and cultural aspects practiced in R/H servicesHas wide knowledge and understanding of harmful social and cultural aspects practiced in R/H services
Sexuality, gender roles and their relationship correctly describedHas knowledge of sexuality, gender roles and their relationshipHas knowledge and understanding of sexuality, gender roles and their relationshipHas wide knowledge and understanding of sexuality, gender roles and their relationship
Social and economic equalities and their impact on reproductive services correctly explainedHas knowledge of Social and economic equalities and their impact on reproductive servicesHas knowledge and understanding of Social and economic equalities and their impact on reproductive servicesHas wide knowledge and understanding of Social and economic equalities and their impact on reproductive services
Process of human growth and development correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining process of human growth and developmentHas knowledge and understanding of explaining process of human growth and developmentHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining process of human growth and development
Characteristics of human growth and development correctly explainedHas knowledge on characteristics of human growth and developmentHas knowledge and understanding on characteristics of human growth and developmentHas wide knowledge and understanding on characteristics of human growth and development
Stages of growth and development of a child correctly determinedHas knowledge of explaining stages of growth and development of a childHas knowledge and understanding of explaining stages of growth and development of a childHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining stages of growth and development of a child
Immediate care of a new born baby correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining immediate care of a new born babyHas knowledge and understanding of explaining immediate care of a new born babyHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining immediate care of a new born baby
APGAR-SCORE at 1 minute and at 5 minutes describedHas knowledge of describing APGAR-SCORE at 1 minute and at 5 minutesHas knowledge and understanding of describing APGAR-SCORE at 1 minute and at 5 minutesHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing APGAR-SCORE at 1 minute and at 5 minutes
    
CorrectlyScore at 1 minute and at 5 minuteOf describing apgar-score at 1 minute and at 5 minuteUnderstanding of describing apgar-score at 1 minute and 5 minute
Safety measure in caring for new born baby correctly explainedHas knowledge of measure in caring for new born babyHas knowledge and understanding of safety measure in caring for new born babyHas wider range of knowledge and understanding of safety measure in caring for new born baby
Characteristics of a new born baby correctly describedHas knowledge of describing of characteristics of new born babyHas knowledge and understanding of describing characteristics of a new born babyHas wider range of knowledge and understanding of describing characteristics of a new born baby
Physical assessment of new born baby correctly performedHas knowledge of performing physical assessment of new born babyHas knowledge and understanding of performing physical assessment of new born babyHas wide knowledge and understanding of performing physical assessment of new born baby
The physiological changes of new born baby at birth correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining physiological changes of a new born at birthHas knowledge  and understanding of explaining physiological changes of a new born at birthHas wider range of knowledge  and understanding of explaining physiological changes of a new born at birth
Importance of breast feeding correctly describedHas knowledge of describing Importance of breast feedingHas knowledge  and understanding of describing Importance of breast feedingHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing Importance of breast feeding
The WHO/UNICEF ten steps to successful breast feeding correctly explainedHas knowledge on WHO/UNICEF ten steps to successful breast feedingHas knowledge and understanding WHO/UNICEF ten steps to successful breast feedingHas wide knowledge and understanding on WHO/UNICEF ten steps to successful breast feeding
Mother on appropriate feeding modes of an infant correctly counseledHas knowledge of counseling mother on appropriate feeding modes of infantHas knowledge and understanding of counseling mother on appropriate feeding modes of infantHas wide knowledge of understanding counseling mother on appropriate feeding modes of an infant
Mother on general care of the new born baby correctly educatedHas knowledge of educated mother on general care the new born babyHas knowledge of educated mother on general care the new born babyHas wide knowledge and understanding of educated mother on general care the new born baby
Common physiological abnormalities in new born baby correctly describedHas knowledge on common physiological abnormalities in new born babyHas knowledge and understanding on common physiological abnormalities in new born babyHas wider range of knowledge and on common physiological abnormalities in new born baby
Abnormal condition in a neonate that need immediate referral correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying abnormal condition in a neonate that need immediate referralHas knowledge and understanding identifying abnormal condition in a neonate that need immediate referralHas wide range knowledge and understanding identifying abnormal condition in a neonate that need immediate referral
A child with medical and surgical problem correctly recognizedHas knowledge of recognizing a child with medical and surgical problemHas knowledge and understanding of recognizing of child with medical and surgical problemHas wider range of knowledge and understanding recognizing a child with medical and surgical problem
Care to a child with medical and surgical condition correctly providedHas knowledge of providing care to a child with medical and surgical conditionHas knowledge and understanding providing care to a child with medical and surgical conditionHas wide knowledge and understanding providing care to a child with medical and surgical condition
Different types of congenital malformations correctly managedHas knowledge of describing different types of congenital malformationsHas knowledge and understanding of describing different types of congenital malformationHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing different types of congenital malformation
New born with congenital malformation correctly managedHas knowledge of managing new born with congenital malformationHas knowledge and understanding of managing new born with congenital malformationsHas wide knowledge and understanding of managing new born with congenital malformations
Mother on the caring of the child with congenital malformation correctly counseledHas knowledge of counseling mother on the caring of the child with congenital malformationHas knowledge and understanding of on the caring of the child with congenital malformationHas wide knowledge and understanding of on the caring of the child with congenital malformation
The importance of timely referral of the new born baby with danger signs correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining importance of timely referral of new born baby with danger signsHas knowledge and understanding ofHas wide knowledge and understanding of
Different types of congenital malformations correctly describedHas knowledge of describing different types  of congenital malformationsHas knowledge and understanding of describing different types of congenital malformationsHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing different types of congenital malformations
New born with congenital malformations correctly managedHas knowledge of managing new born with congenital malformationsHas knowledge of managing new born with congenital malformationsHas wide knowledge and understanding of managing new born with congenital malformations
Mother on the caring of the child with congenital malformation correctly counseledHas knowledge of counseling mother on the caring of the child with congenital malformationHas knowledge and understanding of on the caring of the child with congenital malformationHas wide knowledge and understanding of on the caring of the child with congenital malformation
Classification of low birth weight correctly describedHas knowledge of classification of low birth weightHas knowledge and understanding of classification of low birth weightHas wide knowledge and understanding of classification of low birth weight
Causes of low birth weight correctly explainedHas knowledge on causes of low birth weightHas knowledge and understanding on causes of low birth weightHas wide knowledge and understanding on causes of low birth weight
Prevention of infection in the low birth weight correctly describedHas knowledge of prevention of infection in the low birth weightHas knowledge and understanding of prevention of infection in the low birth weightHas wide knowledge and understanding of prevention of infection in the low birth weight
New bones  at high risk correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying newborns at high riskHas knowledge and understanding of identifying newborns at high riskHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying newborns at high risk
New born at high risk correctly assessedHas knowledge of assessing new born at high riskHas knowledge and understanding of assessing new born at high riskHas wide knowledge and understanding of assessing new born at high risk
Provision of emotion support to parents/guardians correctly describedHas knowledge of provision of emotion support to parent/guardiansHas knowledge  and understanding of provision of emotion support to parent/guardiansHas wide knowledge  and understanding of provision of emotion support to parent/guardians
Aims and objectives of IMCI correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining aims and objectives of IMCIHas knowledge and understanding of explaining aims and objectives of IMCIHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining aims and objectives of IMCI
Common childhood illnesses correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying common childhood illnessesHas knowledge and understanding of identifying common childhood illnessesHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying common childhood illnesses
Principles of IMCI in managing sick child correctly describedHas knowledge of describing the principles of IMCI in managing sick childHas knowledge and understanding of describing the principles of IMCI in managing sick childHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing the principles of IMCI in managing sick child
Care to the children with common childhood illness correctly providedHas knowledge of providing care to the children with common childhood illnessHas knowledge and understanding of providing care to the children with common childhood illnessHas wide knowledge and understanding of providing care to the children with common childhood illness
Current situation of maternal and fetal death in Zanzibar correctly understoodHas knowledge of current situation of maternal and fetal death in ZanzibarHas knowledge and understanding of current situation of maternal and fetal death in ZanzibarHas wide knowledge and understanding of current situation of maternal and fetal death in Zanzibar
Life threatening maternal and fetal condition correctly explainedHas knowledge of life threatening maternal and fetus conditionHas knowledge and understanding of life threatening maternal and fetus conditionHas wide knowledge and understanding of life threatening maternal and fetus condition
Life threatening maternal and fetus condition correctly managedHas knowledge of managing life threatening maternal  and fetus conditionHas knowledge and understanding of managing life threatening maternal  and fetus conditionHas wide knowledge and understanding of managing life threatening maternal  and fetus condition
Focused antenatal care correctly definedHas knowledge of focused antenatal careHas knowledge and understanding of focused antenatal careHas wide knowledge and understanding of focused antenatal care
Goals of ANC correctly explainedHas knowledge on Goals of FANCHas knowledge and understanding on Goals of FANCHas wide knowledge and understanding on Goals of FANC
Characteristic of an effective antenatal care correctly identifiedHas knowledge on characteristics of an effective antennal careHas knowledge  and understanding on characteristics of an effective antennal careHas wide knowledge  and understanding on characteristics of an effective antennal care
Elements of Focused Antenatal Care correctly described

 

Has knowledge of elements of Focused Antenatal careHas knowledge and understanding of elements of Focused Antenatal careHas  wide knowledge and understanding of elements of Focused Antenatal care
Malaria and anemia in pregnancy correctly managedHas knowledge of managing malaria and anemia in pregnancyHas knowledge and understanding of managing malaria and anemia in pregnancyHas wide knowledge and understanding of managing malaria and anemia in pregnancy
Syphilis in pregnancy correctly managedHas knowledge of managing syphilis in pregnancyHas knowledge and understanding of managing syphilis in pregnancyHas wide knowledge and understanding of managing syphilis in pregnancy
Effects of drugs during pregnancy   ,birth and breast feeding correctly understandingHas knowledge on effects of drugs during pregnancy, birth and breast feedingHas knowledge and understanding on effects of drugs during pregnancy, birth and breast feedingHas wide knowledge and understanding on effects of drugs during pregnancy, birth and breast feeding
Education on effects of drugs during pregnancy and breast feeding correctly providedHas knowledge on providing education on effect of drug during pregnancy and breast feedingHas knowledge and understanding on providing education on effect of drug during pregnancy and breast feedingHas wide knowledge and understanding on providing education on effect of drug during pregnancy and breast feeding
Specific drugs used in emergency situation correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying specific drugs used in emergency situationHas knowledge and understanding of identifying specific drugs used in emergency situationHas wider range knowledge and understanding of identifying specific drugs used in emergency situation
Different types of pollution and health risks correctly describedHas knowledge of different types of pollution and the health risksHas knowledge and understanding of different types of pollution and the health risksHas wider range of knowledge and understanding of different types of pollution and the health risks
Preventive measures in different types of pollution correctly explainedHas knowledge of preventive measures in different types of pollutionHas knowledge and understanding of preventive measures in different types of pollutionHas wider range of knowledge and understanding of preventive measures in different types of pollution
Education on the effect of pollution to the community correctly providedHas knowledge of providing education on the effect of pollution to the communityHas knowledge and understanding of providing education on the effect of pollution to the communityHas wide knowledge and understanding of providing education on the effect of pollution to the community
Precaution to be taken during medication, vital signs, monitoring and transportation of client correctly explainedHas knowledge on precaution to be taken during medication, vital signs, monitoring and transportation of clientHas knowledge and understanding on precaution to be taken during medication, vital signs, monitoring and transportation of clientHas wide knowledge and understanding on precaution to be taken during medication, vital signs, monitoring and transportation of client
Knowledge and skills of IPC on prevention of diseases correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying IPC skills on prevention of diseasesHas knowledge and understanding  of applying IPC skills on prevention of diseasesHas wide knowledge and understanding  of applying IPC skills on prevention of diseases
Knowledge and skills of identifying and reporting infectious diseases IPC correctly appliedHas knowledge and skills of identifying and reporting notifiable  infectious diseasesHas knowledge and understanding skills of identifying and reporting notifiable  infectious diseasesHas wider range knowledge and understanding skills of identifying and reporting notifiable  infectious diseases
Knowledge and skills of IPC on set up of infectious client room for isolation correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying skills of IPC on set up of infectious client room for isolationHas knowledge and understanding of applying skills of IPC on set up of infectious client room for isolationHas wide knowledge and understanding of applying skills of IPC on set up of infectious client room for isolation
Barrier techniques used to infectious client correctly enumeratedHas knowledge on the barrier techniques used to infectious clientHas knowledge and understanding on the barrier techniques used to infectious clientHas wide knowledge and understanding on the barrier techniques used to infectious client
Proper management of isolation room correctly providedHas knowledge of proper management of isolation roomHas knowledge and understanding of proper management of isolation roomHas wide knowledge and understanding of proper management of isolation room
Different types of health education correctly identifiedHas knowledge on principles health  educationHas knowledge and understanding on principles health  educationHas wide knowledge and understanding on principles health  education
Principles of health education correctly explainedHas knowledge on principles of health educationHas knowledge and understanding on principles of health educationHas wide knowledge and understanding on principles of health education
Importance of health education correctly recognizedHas knowledge on importance of health educationHas knowledge and understanding  on importance of health educationHas wide knowledge and understanding  on importance of health education
Health education needs of the patient/client correctly assessedHas knowledge on health education needs of  the patient/clientHas knowledge and understanding on importance of health educationHas wide knowledge and understanding on importance of health education
Health education according to the community needs correctly plannedHas knowledge of planning health education according to the community needsHas knowledge  and understanding of planning health education according to the community needsHas wide knowledge  and understanding of planning health education according to the community needs
Health education sessions correctly conductedHas knowledge of evaluating health      education sessionsHas knowledge and understanding of evaluating health education sessionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of evaluating health education sessions
Health education sessions correctly evaluatedHas knowledge of evaluating health education sessionsHas knowledge and understanding of evaluating health education sessionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of evaluating health education sessions
The concepts of counseling and guidance correctly describedHas knowledge of concepts of counseling and guidanceHas knowledge and understanding of concepts of counseling and guidanceHas wide knowledge and understanding of concepts of counseling and guidance
Types of counseling  correctly identifiedHas knowledge on types of counselingHas knowledge and understanding on types of counselingHas wide knowledge and understanding on types of counseling
Purpose of counseling and guidance correctly identifiedHas knowledge on determining of purpose of counseling and guidanceHas knowledge and understanding on determining of purpose of counseling and guidanceHas wide knowledge and understanding on determining of purpose of counseling and guidance
Clients who need counseling and guidance correctly identifiedHas knowledge on identifying clients who need counseling and guidanceHas knowledge and understanding on identifying clients who need counseling and guidanceHas  wide knowledge and understanding on identifying clients who need counseling and guidance
Importance of therapeutic relationship approach during health care delivery correctly recognizedHas knowledge on importance of therapeutic relationship approach during health care deliveryHas knowledge and understanding on importance of therapeutic relationship approach during health care deliveryHas wide knowledge and understanding on importance of therapeutic relationship approach during health care delivery
Therapeutic relationship approach when caring patient /client correctly appliedHas knowledge on therapeutic relationship approach when caring patient/clientHas knowledge and understanding on therapeutic relationship approach when caring patient/clientHas wide knowledge and understanding on therapeutic relationship approach when caring patient/client
Social and culture issue that have negative impact on health correctly describedHas knowledge on social and culture issue that have negative impact on healthHas knowledge and understanding on social and culture issue that have negative impact on healthHas wide knowledge and understanding on social and culture issue that have negative impact on health
Social and culture issues that have negative and positive impact on health correctly describedHas knowledge on social and culture issues that have negative and positive impact on healthHas knowledge and understanding on social and culture issues that have negative and positive impact on healthHas wide knowledge on social and culture issues that have negative and positive impact on health
Health education on socio cultural issues to relieve negative impact on health correctly providedHas knowledge of providing health education on socio cultural issues to relieve negative impact on healthHas knowledge and understanding of providing health education on socio cultural issues to relieve negative impact on healthHas wide knowledge and understanding of providing health education on socio cultural issues to relieve negative impact on health
The importance of social, cultural, spiritual and environmental issue on prevention of diseases correctly explainedHas knowledge on importance of social, cultural, spiritual and environmental issue on prevention of diseasesHas knowledge and understanding on importance of social, cultural, spiritual and environmental issue on prevention of diseasesHas wide knowledge and understanding on importance of social, cultural, spiritual and environmental issue on prevention of diseases
Life styles which influence health correctly identifiedHas knowledge on life styles which influence healthHas knowledge and understanding on life styles which influence healthHas wide knowledge and understanding on life styles which influence health
Condition/diseases which associate with life style correctly recognizedHas knowledge on condition/diseases which associate with life styleHas knowledge and understanding on condition/diseases which associate with life styleHas wide knowledge and understanding on condition/diseases which associate with life style
Education on advantage and disadvantage of life style to community correctly providedHas knowledge on providing education on advantage and disadvantage of life style to communityHas knowledge and understanding on providing education on advantage and disadvantage of life style to communityHas wide knowledge and understanding on providing education on advantage and disadvantage of life style to community
Common mental health terms are correctly definedHas knowledge of common terms of mental healthHas knowledge and understanding of common terms of mental healthHas wide knowledge and understanding of common terms of mental health
Roles of mental health team correctly enumeratedHas knowledge on roles of mental health teamHas knowledge and understanding on roles of mental health teamHas wider range knowledge and understanding on roles of mental health team
Principles of mental health practice correctly identifiedHas knowledge on principles of mental health practiceHas knowledge and understanding on principles of mental health practiceHas wide knowledge and understanding on principles of mental health practice
Historical background of mental health worldwide, Tanzania and Zanzibar correctly explainedHas knowledge of historical background of mental health worldwide, Tanzania and ZanzibarHas knowledge and understanding of historical background of mental health worldwide, Tanzania and ZanzibarHas wide knowledge and understanding of historical background of mental health worldwide, Tanzania and Zanzibar
Current mental health trends correctly explainedHas knowledge of current mental health trendsHas knowledge and understanding of current mental health trendsHas wide knowledge and understanding of current mental health trends
Mental health policy of Zanzibar correctly explainedHas knowledge of mental health policy of ZanzibarHas knowledge and understanding of mental health policy of ZanzibarHas wide knowledge and understanding of mental health policy of Zanzibar
Rights of mental ill patients correctly identifiedHas knowledge on rights of mental ill patientsHas knowledge and understanding on rights of mental ill patientsHas wide knowledge and understanding on rights of mental ill patients
Laws and regulations that protect mental ill patients correctly identifiedHas knowledge of laws and regulations that protect mental ill patientsHas knowledge and understanding of laws and regulations that protect mental ill patientsHas wide knowledge and understanding of laws and regulations that protect mental ill patients
Global and national programs for improving mental health correctly identifiedHas knowledge of global and national programs for improving mental healthHas knowledge and understanding of global and national programs for improving mental healthHas wide knowledge and understanding of global and national programs for improving mental health
Barriers for improving mental health correctly identifiedHas knowledge of barriers for improving mental healthHas knowledge and understanding of barriers for improving mental healthHas wide knowledge and understanding of barriers for improving mental health
Available services for improving mental health correctly explainedHas knowledge of available services for improving mental healthHas knowledge and understanding of available services for improving mental healthHas wide knowledge and understanding of available services for improving mental health
Common mental health problems are correctly identifiedHas knowledge of common mental health problemsHas knowledge and understanding of common mental health problemsHas wide knowledge and understanding of common mental health problems
Causes of common mental health problems correctly explainedHas knowledge on causes of common mental health problems correctly explainedHas knowledge and understanding on causes of common mental health problems correctly explainedHas wide knowledge and understanding on causes of common mental health problems correctly explained
Risk factors for mental health illnesses are correctlyHas knowledge of risk factors for mental health illnessesHas knowledge and understanding of risk factors for mental health illnessesHas wide knowledge and understanding of risk factors for mental health illnesses
Appropriate treatment modalities to mental ill patients are correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing appropriate treatment modalities to mental ill patientsHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing appropriate treatment modalities to mental ill patientsHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing appropriate treatment modalities to mental ill patients
Preventive measures for mental illnesses correctly identifiedHas knowledge of preventive measures for mental illnessesHas knowledge and understanding of preventive measures for mental illnessesHas wide knowledge and understanding of preventive measures for mental illnesses
Preventive measures to different group of people are correctly employedHas knowledge of employing preventive measures to different group of peopleHas knowledge and understanding of employing preventive measures to different group of peopleHas wide knowledge and understanding of employing preventive measures to different group of people
Groups affected and those at risk for mental illness in the community are correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying groups affected and those at risk for mental illness in the communityHas knowledge and understanding of identifying groups affected and those at risk for mental illness in the communityHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying groups affected and those at risk for mental illness in the community
Nursing diagnosis for appropriate nursing care correctly formulatedHas knowledge of nursing diagnosis for appropriate nursing careHas knowledge and understanding of nursing diagnosis for appropriate nursing careHas wide knowledge and understanding of nursing diagnosis for appropriate nursing care
Nursing care of mentally ill individual correctly plannedHas knowledge of planning care of mentally ill individualHas knowledge and understanding of planning care of mentally ill individualHas wide knowledge and understanding of planning care of mentally ill individual
Nursing intervention according to different mental illnesses are correctly providedHas knowledge of nursing intervention according to different mental illnessesHas knowledge and understanding of nursing intervention according to different mental illnessesHas wide knowledge and understanding of nursing intervention according to different mental illnesses
Overview of HIV/AIDS infection globally and nationally is correctly explainedHas knowledge on overview of HIV/AIDS infection globally and nationallyHas knowledge and understanding on overview of HIV/AIDS infection globally and nationallyHas wide knowledge and understanding on overview of HIV/AIDS infection globally and nationally
Opportunistic infections correctly identifiedHas knowledge of opportunistic infectionsHas knowledge and understanding of opportunistic infectionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of opportunistic infections
The major roles of Zanzibar Aids Commission (ZAC) correctly identifiedHas knowledge of major roles of Zanzibar Aids Commission (ZAC)Has knowledge and understanding of major roles of Zanzibar Aids Commission (ZAC)Has wide knowledge and understanding of major roles of Zanzibar Aids Commission (ZAC)
Causes of stigma and discrimination correctly explainedHas knowledge on causes of stigma and discriminationHas knowledge and understanding on causes of stigma and discriminationHas wide knowledge and understanding on causes of stigma and discrimination
The roles of gender in HIV/AIDS stigma and discrimination correctly discussedHas knowledge on roles of gender in HIV/AIDS stigma and discriminationHas knowledge and understanding on roles of gender in HIV/AIDS stigma and discriminationHas wide knowledge and understanding on roles of gender in HIV/AIDS stigma and discrimination
Consequences of stigma correctly explainedHas knowledge on consequences of stigmaHas knowledge and understanding on consequences of stigmaHas wide knowledge and understanding on consequences of stigma
Basic components of VCT correctly identifiedHas knowledge of Basic components of VCTHas knowledge and understanding of Basic components of VCTHas wide knowledge and understanding of Basic components of VCT
Goals of counseling are correctly describedHas knowledge on goals of counselingHas knowledge and understanding on goals of counselingHas wide knowledge and understanding on goals of counseling
Counseling skills in caring HIV/AIDS clients correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying counseling skills in caring HIV/AIDS clientsHas knowledge and understanding of applying counseling skills in caring HIV/AIDS clientsHas wide knowledge and understanding of applying counseling skills in caring HIV/AIDS clients
Concept of home based care correctly describedHas knowledge on concept of home based careHas knowledge and understanding on concept of home based careHas wide knowledge and understanding on concept of home based care
      

 

  CareOn home based care
Needs of HIV/AIDS clients and their families in home based setting correctly assessedHas knowledge on assessing needs of HIV/AIDS clients and their families in home based settingHas knowledge and understanding on assessing needs of HIV/AIDS clients and their families in home based settingHas wide knowledge and understanding on assessing needs of HIV/AIDS clients and their families in home based setting
Ways to supervise and educate home health worker and family member on providing care to HIV/AIDS patient/client correctly identifiedHas knowledge of supervise and educate home health worker and family member on providing care to HIV/AIDS patient/clientHas knowledge and understanding of supervise and educate home health worker and family member on providing care to HIV/AIDS patient/clientHas wide knowledge and understanding of supervise and educate home health worker and family member on providing care to HIV/AIDS patient/client
The goal of ARV therapy to patient/client living with HIV/AIDS correctly explainedHas knowledge on goal of ARV therapy to patient/client living with HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding on goal of ARV therapy to patient/client living with HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding on goal of ARV therapy to patient/client living with HIV/AIDS
Recommended ARVs drugs in Zanzibar are correctly understoodHas knowledge of recommended ARVs drugs in ZanzibarHas knowledge and understanding on recommended ARVs drugs in ZanzibarHas wide knowledge and understanding on recommended ARVs drugs in Zanzibar
Investigation before initiation of ARV therapy are correctly explainedHas knowledge of investigation before initiation of ARV therapyHas knowledge and understanding  of investigation before initiation of ARV therapyHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining investigation before initiation of ARV therapy
The common symptoms experience by people living with HIV/AIDS are correctly identifiedHas knowledge of common symptoms experience by people living with HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding on common symptoms experience by people living with HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding on common symptoms experience by people living with HIV/AIDS
Factors that contribute symptoms of HIV infected person correctly explainedHas knowledge on factors that contribute symptoms of HIV infected personHas knowledge and understanding on factors that contribute symptoms of HIV infected personHas wide knowledge and understanding on factors that contribute symptoms of HIV infected person
Syndromic management strategies correctly describeHas knowledge of syndromic management strategiesHas knowledge and understanding of syndromic management strategiesHas wide knowledge and understanding of syndromic management strategies
Nursing process in the management of HIV/AIDS correctly explainedHas knowledge of nursing process in the management of HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding of nursing process in the management of HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding of nursing process in the management of HIV/AIDS
Clinical criteria for giving ART to patient with HIV/AIDS correctly describedHas knowledge of clinical criteria for giving ART to patient with HIV/AIDSHas knowledge and understanding of clinical criteria for giving ART to patient with HIV/AIDSHas wide knowledge and understanding of clinical criteria for giving ART to patient with HIV/AIDS
Common ARV drugs used in Zanzibar correctly identifiedHas knowledge on common ARV drugs used in ZanzibarHas knowledge and understanding of common ARV drugs used in ZanzibarHas wide knowledge and understanding of common ARV drugs used in Zanzibar
Action of ARV drugs commonly used in Zanzibar correctly explainedHas knowledge of action of ARV drugs commonly used in ZanzibarHas knowledge and understanding of action of ARV drugs commonly used in ZanzibarHas wide knowledge and understanding of action of ARV drugs commonly used in Zanzibar
Common signs of treatment failure correctly describeHas knowledge of common signs of treatment failureHas knowledge and understanding of common signs of treatment failureHas wide knowledge and understanding of common signs of treatment failure
Common sides effects and advise drug reactions are correctly explainedHas knowledge of common sides effects and advise drug reactionsHas knowledge and understanding of common sides effects and advise drug reactionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of common sides effects and advise drug reactions
Clients/patient with side effects correctly recognizedHas knowledge of recognizing clients/patient with side effectsHas knowledge and understanding of recognizing clients/patient with side effectsHas wide knowledge and understanding of recognizing clients/patient with side effects
The side effects of patients/clients who used ART correctly managed and referredHas knowledge of managing and referring side effects of patients/clients who used ARTHas knowledge and understanding of managing and referring side effects of patients/clients who used ARTHas wide knowledge and understanding of managing and referring side effects of patients/clients who used ART
Common documents used in  CTC are correctly  identifiedHas knowledge of common documents used in  CTCHas knowledge and understanding of common documents used in  CTCHas wide knowledge and understanding of common documents used in  CTC
 Description process of ARV drugs in Zanzibar correctly describeHas knowledge of description process of ARV drugs in ZanzibarHas knowledge and understanding of description process of ARV drugs in ZanzibarHas wide knowledge and understanding of description process of ARV drugs in Zanzibar
Procedures for dispensing, recording  and storage of ARV drugs correctly explainedHas knowledge of procedures for dispensing, recording  and storage of ARV drugsHas knowledge and understanding of procedures for dispensing, recording  and storage of ARV drugsHas wide knowledge and understanding of procedures for dispensing, recording  and storage of ARV drugs
Common communicable disease s correctly identifiedHas knowledge of common communicable diseaseHas knowledge and understanding of common communicable diseaseHas wide knowledge and understanding of common communicable disease
Causes of common communicable disease are correctly explainedHas knowledge of causes of common communicable diseasesHas knowledge and understanding of causes of common communicable diseasesHas wide knowledge and understanding of causes of common communicable diseases
Clinical signs of different types ofHas knowledge on clinical signs ofHas knowledge and understanding onHas wide knowledge and understanding on

 

communicable  diseases are correctly identifieddifferent types of communicable  diseasesclinical signs of different types of communicable  diseasesclinical signs of different types of communicable  diseases
Inter relationship of agent, host and environment in disease transmission are correctly explainedHas knowledge of inter relationship of agent, host and environment in disease transmissionHas knowledge and understanding  of inter relationship of agent, host and environment in disease transmissionHas wide  knowledge and understanding of inter relationship of agent, host and environment in disease transmission
Principles and preventive measure in controlling communicable diseases correctly explainedHas knowledge principles and preventive measure in controlling communicable diseasesHas knowledge and understanding of principles and preventive measure in controlling communicable diseasesHas wide  knowledge and understanding of principles and preventive measure in controlling communicable diseases
Preventive practice against communicable diseases to the community correctly appliedHas  knowledge of applying preventive practice against communicable diseases to the communityHas  knowledge and understanding  of applying preventive practice against communicable diseases to the communityHas  wide  knowledge and understanding of applying preventive practice against communicable diseases to the community
Patient/clients suffering from communicable diseases correctly assessedHas knowledge of assessing Patient/clients suffering from communicable diseases correctly assessedHas knowledge and understanding  of assessing Patient/clients suffering from communicable diseases correctly assessedHas wide  knowledge and understanding  of assessing Patient/clients suffering from communicable diseases correctly assessed
Nursing care to patient suffering from communicable diseases properly plannedHas knowledge of planning Nursing care to patient  Suffering from communicable diseasesHas knowledge and understanding  of planning Nursing care to patient Suffering from communicable diseasesHas  wide knowledge and understanding  of planning Nursing care to patient Suffering from communicable diseases

 

 

 

 

Nursing  care to the patient suffering from communicable diseases correctly implemented

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge of implementing Nursing care to the patient suffering from communicable diseasesHas knowledge and understand implementing of Nursing care to the patient suffering from communicable diseasesHas knowledge and understand implementing of Nursing care to the patient suffering from communicable diseases
Brief history of PHC is clearly stated

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge of brief history of PHCHas knowledge and understanding of brief history  of PHCHas wide knowledge and understanding of brief history  of PHC
The aim of PHC correctly explained

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge of aim of PHCHas knowledge and understanding of aim PHCHas wide knowledge and understanding of aim PHC
Components and elements of PHC are correctly explainedHas knowledge of components and elements of PHC

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understand  of components and elements of PHCHas  wide knowledge and understand  of components and elements of PHC
The PHC strategies in health care delivery correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining PHC health care delivery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding of explaining PHC strategies in  health care delivery

Has wide knowledge and understanding of explaining PHC strategies in  health care delivery
Success and failure of PHC correctly explained

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on success and failure of PHC correctly explainedHas knowledge and understanding  on success and failure of PHCHas  wide knowledge and understanding  on success and failure of PHC

 

Promotion of health in the community with other sectors is highly collaborated

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on promotion of health in the community with other sectorsHas knowledge and understanding  on promotion of health in the community with other sectorsHas  wide knowledge and understanding  on promotion of health in the community with other sectors
 

The concepts of CBHC is correctly explained

 

 

 

Has knowledge of concepts of CBHCHas knowledge and understanding  of concepts of CBHCHas wide  knowledge and understanding  of concepts of CBHC
The role of CBHC in promoting health correctly explained

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge  role of CBHC in the  promoting health

 

Has knowledge and understanding of  role of CBHC in the  promoting health

 

Has wide knowledge and understanding of  role of CBHC in the  promoting health

 

The benefits of CBHC in  promoting health correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining benefits of CBHC in  promoting health 

Has knowledge and understanding of explaining benefits of CBHC in promoting health

 

Has  wide knowledge and understanding of explaining benefits of CBHC in promoting health

Components of CBHC are correctly identified

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge of components of CBHCHas knowledge and understanding  of components of CBHCHas wide knowledge and understanding  of components of CBHC
CBHC as a strategy in PHC is correctly explained

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge of CBHC as a strategy in PHC 

Has knowledge and understanding of CBHC as strategy in  PHC

 

Has  wide knowledge and understanding of CBHC as strategy in  PHC

Concept of community health nursing explained

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on explaining conceptHas knowledge and understandingHas wide knowledge and

 

 Of community  health nursing 

On explaining concept of community health nursing

Understanding on explaining concept of community  health nursing
Procedure of conducting community diagnosis correctly explaining

 

 

 

Has knowledge  on procedures of conducting community diagnosis 

Has knowledge and understanding  on procedures of conducting community diagnosis

 

Has wide knowledge and understanding  on procedures of conducting community diagnosis

Plan of action for community health care implementation and evaluation correctly developedHas knowledge of developing plan of action for community health care implementation and evolution

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding  of developing plan of action for community health care implementation and evolution

Has wide  knowledge and understanding   of developing plan of action for community health care implementation and evolution
Community health profile correctly explained

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge of community health profile 

Has knowledge and understanding  of community health profile

Has  wide knowledge and understanding  of community health profile
The concept of community empowerment is correctly explained

 

 

Has knowledge of explaining concept of community empowerment 

Has knowledge and understanding   of explaining concept of community empowerment

 

Has wide knowledge and understanding   of explaining concept of community empowerment

Collaboration techniques between  community leader and community members in promotion of health correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining techniques of collaboration between community leaders.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding of explaining techniques of collaboration between community leaders.Has wide knowledge and understanding of explaining techniques of collaboration between community leaders.

 

 Community members and CORPs in promotion of health

 

 

 

 

 

Community leader, community members and CORPs in promotion  of healthBetween community leaders, community members and CORPs in promotion of health
Criteria for selection of own resource person is correctly identifiedHas knowledge on identification of criteria for selection of own resource person

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding  on identification of criteria for selection of own resource personHas wide knowledge and understanding  on identification of criteria for selection of own resource person
Methods of training CORPs correctly describedHas knowledge of methods of training CORPs

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding of methods of training CORPsHas wide knowledge and understanding of methods of training CORPs
Steps of nursing  process applied to the community correctly explainedHas knowledge of steps of nursing process applied to the community

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding  of steps of nursing process applied to the community

 

Has wide knowledge and understanding  of steps of nursing process applied to the community

Method of community assessment is correctly describedHas knowledge of describing method of community assessment

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding  of describing method of community assessment

 

Has  wide knowledge and understanding  of describing method of community assessment

Characteristics of nursing process applied to the community correctly identifiedHas knowledge of characteristics of nursing process applied to the community

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding  of characteristics of nursing process applied to the communityHas wide  knowledge and understanding  of characteristics of nursing process applied to the community               Process to the community

 

 

The process of identifying  influential people in the community people in the community correctly describedHas knowledge on process of identifying influential people in the communityHas knowledge and understanding  on process of identifying influential people in the community

 

 

 

 

Has  wide knowledge and understanding  on process of identifying influential people in the community
The effects of health problems to the community correctly describedHas knowledge of describing the effects of health problems to the community

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding  of describing the effects of health problems to the community

 

Has wide  knowledge and understanding  of describing the effects of health problems to the community

The components of community assessment report correctly explainedHas knowledge on the component of community assessment

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding  on the component of community assessmentHas  wide knowledge and understanding  on the component of community assessment
Different format in writing assessment report correctly displayedHas knowledge of different format in writing assessment report

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding of different format in writing assessment reportHas wide knowledge and understanding of different format in writing assessment report

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Common terms used in leadership and management correctly defineHas knowledge of common terms used in leadership and managementHas knowledge and understanding of common terms used in leadership and management

 

 

 

 

 

Has wide knowledge and understanding of common terms used in leadership and management

 

Principles of leadership and management correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining principles of leadership and managementHas knowledge and understanding of common terms used in  leadership and management

 

 

 

 

Has wide knowledge and understanding of common terms used in  leadership and management
Leadership styles are correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying leadership stylesHas knowledge and understanding  of identifying leadership styles

 

 

 

 

Has wide  knowledge and understanding  of identifying leadership styles
Basic steps in planning and organizing resource are  correctly identifiedHas knowledge on basic steps in planning and organizing resourceHas knowledge  and understanding of basic steps in planning and organizing resource

 

 

 

Has wide  knowledge  and understanding of basic steps in planning and organizing resource
Factors that hider effective planning and organizing resources are correctly identifiedHas knowledge and identified factors that hider effective planning and organizing resourcesHas knowledge and understanding of identified factors that hider effective planning and organizing resources

 

 

Has  wide knowledge and understanding of identified factors that hider effective planning and organizing resources

 

 

 

Modes of planning and organizing activities correctly identified

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on modes of planning and organizing activitiesHas knowledge and understanding  of  modes of planning and organizing activitiesHas wide  knowledge and understanding  of  modes of planning and organizing activities
Available resources for planning and organizing are correctly identified

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge of identifying available resources for planning and organizingHas knowledge and understanding of identifying available resources for planning and organizingHas  wide knowledge and understanding of identifying available resources for planning and organizing
Daily, week and monthly work plan are correctly preparedHas knowledge on preparing daily, weekly and monthly work plan

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding  of preparing daily, weekly and monthly work planHas wide knowledge and understanding  of preparing daily, weekly and monthly work plan preparing daily, weekly and monthly work plan
Use information are correctly outlined

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on using informationHas knowledge  and understand  of using informationHas wide  knowledge  and understand  of using information
Stages in generating information are correctly identified

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge of identifying stages in generation informationHas knowledge and understanding  of identifying stages in generation informationHas wide  knowledge and understanding  of identifying stages in generation information

 

 

 

 

Importance of computer and internet are correctly outlined

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on importance of computer and internetHas knowledge and understanding of importance of computer and internetHas wide knowledge and understanding of importance of computer and internet
Common problems at work place are correctly identified

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge of identifying common problems at work placeHas knowledge and understanding  of identifying common problems at work placeHas wide knowledge and understanding  of identifying common problems at work place
Source of problems at work place are correctly identifying

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on source of problems at work placeHas knowledge and understanding  of source of problems at work placeHas  wide knowledge and understanding  of source of problems at work place
Problems solving approaches at work place correctly applied

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on applying problem solving approaches at work placeHas knowledge and understanding  of applying problem solving approaches at work placeHas  wide knowledge and understanding  of applying problem solving approaches at work place
Sources/causes of conflicts at work place correctly identified

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on sources/causes of conflicts at work placeHas knowledge and understanding of sources/causes of conflicts at work placeHas wide  knowledge and understanding of sources/causes of conflicts at work place
Categories of conflicts correctly identifiedHas knowledge on identifying categories of Conflicts

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding of identifying Categories of conflictsHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying categories of conflicts

 

 

 

Appropriate techniques in solving conflicts correctly enumerated

 

 

 

Has knowledge on appropriate techniques in solving conflictsHas knowledge and understanding of appropriate techniques in solving conflictsHas  wide knowledge and understanding of appropriate techniques in solving conflicts
Reasons for management of change correctly explained

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on explaining reasons for management of changeHas knowledge and understanding ofHas wide knowledge and understanding of
Factors for introducing a change correctly outlined

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on factors for introducing changeHas knowledge and understanding of explaining reasons for management of changeHas  wide knowledge and understanding of explaining reasons for management of change
Factors leading to resistance to chance are correctly identified

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on identifying factors leading to resistance to changeHas knowledge and understanding on identifying factors leading to resistance to changeHas wide knowledge and understanding on identifying factors leading to resistance to change
Factors to reduce resistance  to change are correctly identified

 

 

 

Has knowledge on factors to reduce resistance to changeHas knowledge and understanding  on factors to reduce resistance to changeHas wide  knowledge and understanding  on factors to reduce resistance to change
    
Team work is correctly definedHas knowledge of defining team work

 

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding of defining  team workHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining  team work

 

Characteristics of team work correctly explained

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge of explaining characteristic of team workHas knowledge  and understanding of explaining characteristic of team workHas wide  knowledge  and understanding of explaining characteristic of team work
Advantages and disadvantage of teamwork are correctly identified

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge of advantages and disadvantages of teamworkHas knowledge and understanding of advantages and disadvantages of teamworkHas  wide knowledge and understanding of advantages and disadvantages of teamwork
Decision making defied correctlyHas knowledge on decision making

 

 

Has knowledge and understanding of decision making

 

 

 

 

Has wide  knowledge and understanding of decision making
Stages that involved in decision making process are correctly identified

 

 

 

Has knowledge on stages that involved indecision making  processHas knowledge  and understanding on stages that involved indecision making  processHas  wide knowledge  and understanding on stages that involved indecision making  process
    
Factor  that hinder rational decision making are correctly outlined

 

 

 

 

 

Has knowledge on outlining factors that hinder rational decision makingHas knowledge  and understanding on outlining factors that hinder rational decision makingHas  wide knowledge  and understanding on outlining factors that hinder rational decision making

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF MODULES

Code:              NM 05111

Name:             Health education and counseling

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

1.      Describe different  types of health education techniques
2.      Prepare health education sessions according to patients/client needs
3.      Provide health information and education to patient/clients based on their needs
4.      Use therapeutic relationship approach during health care delivery
5.       Perform counseling  and guidance

Prerequisite Modules: Communication skills

earning Context

Class room

Clinical area

Community field

Earning Content

Definition of health education

Types of health education techniques

Role of health education

Therapeutic relationship during care

Importance of spiritual beliefs during illness

Health education sessions according to patients/client needs

Counseling and guidance

Definition of counseling and Guidance

Aim of counseling

Counselor’s role

Principle of counseling

Types of counseling

Counseling procedure and techniques

 

Learning Materials/Facilities

Abilities:

Multifunctional room /skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other

Uipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

Learning and teaching materials:

Following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) multimedia objector, overhead    projectors and screens, computers, flip charts, white and black boards, halks and marker pens, transparencies, slip projectors, TV set ,radio cassettes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF MODULES

Code:  NM 05111

Name: Health education and counseling

Sub-enabling Out comes:

2.2.1  Describe different types of health education techniques
2.2.2  Prepare health education sessions according to patient/client needs
2.2.3  Provide health information and education to patients/ clients based on their needs
2.2.4  Use therapeutic relationship approach during health care delivery
2.2.5  Perform counseling and guidance

Prerequisite Modules: Communication skills

Learning Context

Class room

Clinical area

Community field

Learning Content

Definition of health education

Types of health education techniques

Role of health education

Therapeutic relationship during care

Importance of spiritual beliefs during illness

Health education sessions according to patients/client needs

Counseling and guidance

Definition of counseling and guidance

Aim of counseling

Counselor’ role

Principle of counseling

Types of counseling situations

Counseling procedure and techniques

 

Learning Materials/Facilities

Facilities:

Multifunctional room /skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated

Equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, Computers, Flip charts, White and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

References:

 

  1. M, Ngatia P. Mwakilasa A.(1993)A Guide for Training Teachers of Health Workers. AMREF
  2. World Health Organization , Geneva
  3. 1991.Education for health 1st edition. World Health Organization. Indiana.
  4. Jaypee Brothers. 1991. A manual on health education in primary health care. 1st

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code:  NM05112

Name: Midwifery Incl. FANC

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

1.1.1    Differentiate  major parts of female and male reproductive system
1.1.2    Recognize physiological changes that occur during  pregnancy
1.13     Provide care to women and their families during pregnancy, labour  and postpartum  period
1.1.4    Interrelate social, culture and economical aspects with reproductive and child health  services in Zanzibar
1.1.1    Describe the management of 1st, 2nd, 3rd  and  4th  stages of labour
1.3.2    Utilize Focused Antenatal Care ( FANC) in reproductive health
1.3.3    Describe Pharmacological substances which are safe during pregnancy, birth and breast feeding

 

Prerequisite Module:       None

Learning Context

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace and work learning.

 

Learning Content

         Back ground of midwifery practiced national and International

                      Historical back ground of midwifery practiced national and international

Legal and ethical issues practiced national and international

Roles and function of the mid wifely

Definition of terms used in midwifery

Major parts of female and male reproductive system

The female external and internal genitalia

Structure and functions of the breast

The male reproductive organs

Structure of spermatozoa

Types of pelvis

Diameters of the pelvis

Pelvis bones, joints and ligament

Foetal skull

 

Physiological changes which occur during pregnancy

Physiology of menstruation

Fertilization

Development of fertilized ovum and the Placenta

Physiology changes which occur during pregnancy

Fetal development

Fetal circulation

Sigs of pregnancy

Minor disorders of pregnancy

-Digestive system

-Muscular skeletal system

-Reproductive system

-Cardio vascular system

-Respiratory System

The concept of labour

Definition of terms used in labour

Stage of labour

Physiological changes during labour

Factors that influence the onset of labour

Admission of the woman in labour

Partograph in indentifying abnormalities in labour

Definition of partograph

Purpose of partograph

Symbols used during partograph recording

Record and interpret information on the partograph

Intervention based on partograph finding

 

Manage 1st and 2nd stage of labour

Signs and symptoms of 1st stage of labour

Care of the woman during 1st stage of labour

Signs and symptoms of 2nd stage of labour

Care of the woman during 2nd   stage of labour

Mechanism of labour

Principles of safe delivery

Manage 3rd and 4th stage of labour

Definition of active management of 3rd stage of labour

Physiological process of 3rd stage of labour

Quick assessment of the placenta

Examination of placenta

Assessment during 4th stage of labour

`           Focused antenatal care in reproductive health

-Definition of focused antenatal care

-Goals of focused antenatal

-Characteristics of an effective antenatal care

-Element of focused antenatal

– Early detection diagnosis of diseases and abnormalities assessment provision of care in antenatal

-Prevention of mother to child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV

-Management of client records referral and follow  -up

-ANC quality improvement and infection prevention and control

Specific medical diseases during pregnancy

Malaria in pregnancy

Use and advantages of ITN

Intermittent preventive treatment IPT

Management of malaria in pregnancy

Anemia in pregnancy

Definition of anemia in pregnancy

Sign and symptoms anemia in pregnancy

Classification of anemia in pregnancy

Management of anemia in pregnancy

Syphilis in pregnancy

Definition of syphilis in pregnancy

Mode of transmission

Stages of syphilis

Congenital syphilis

Sign and symptoms of congenital syphilis

Laboratory investigations

Management of syphilis in pregnancy

Pharmacological substance which are safe during pregnancy, birth and breast feeding

Effects of drugs during pregnancy, birth and breast feeding

Health education to the women on the effect of drugs during pregnancy and breast feeding

Specific drugs used in emergency situation

Learning Materials/Facilities

Facilities:

Multifunctional room/ skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices.

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, computers, flip charts, white and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes.

REFERENCES.

  1. Nursing and midwifery council. 2000. Standard of Proficiency for pre-registration Midwifery Education – United Kingdom Central Council for Nursing . Pre-registration Midwifery Education – United Kingdom Central Council for Nursing.

 

  1. Staff of Chogoria Hospital 1986.Procedure Manual for Nurses and Midwifes

AMREF

  1. Tiran, D 2003.Midwives’ Dictionary. 10th edition. Bailliere Tindall. London.
  2. USAID .2007.Emergency Obstetric Care Quick Reference Guide for Frontline Providers –JHPIEGO ACCESS-USA.
  3. World Health Organization .2003 Managing New Born Problems: A Guide for Doctors, Nurses and Midwives WHO. Geneva.
  4. World Health Organization .2000. Managing Complications in Pregnancy and Childbirth: A Guide for Midwives and Doctors. WHO. Geneva. MOHSW Tanzania. 2008 Focused Antenatal are Malaria and syphilis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code:   NM05113

Name:  Child Health incl. IMCL

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

1.2.1             Describe the process of human growth and development

 

1.2.2             Demonstrate appropriate care to a new born baby

 

1.2.3             Manage new born baby with common physiological abnormalities and congenital malformation

 

1.2.4              Identify newborns at high risk including LBW

 

1.2.5             Describe the concepts and principles of Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI)

 

1.2.6             Utilize knowledge of immunization to prevent common communicable diseases to under-five children

 

 

Prerequisite Modules:  None

Learning context

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

Learning content

Process of human growth and development

Definition of common terms used in human growth and development

Growth, development, child, maturity

Factors influencing growth and development

-Prenatal, Intra-natal, Post natal

Characteristics of human growth and development

-Continuous process

-Orderly sequence of growth

-Interrelatedness

-Rate of growth

Factors that influence growth and development

-Genetics/heredity, sex, environment

Stages of human growth and development

Appropriate care to a new born baby

Immediate care of the new born

Describe APGAR score

Safety measures in caring new born baby

Characteristics of new born

Psychological perception of the new born

-Hearing, smell and test, touch, habituation, sleeping and waking and crying

Needs of the new born baby

Daily care of the new born

Manage common physiological abnormalities

Physical assessment of the new born baby

Common physiological abnormalities in new born babies

-Jaundice

Abnormal condition in neonate

-Hydrocephalus, Microcephalus, Ancephalocell, Meningocele, Spinal bifida, Cleft palate, Hare lip.

Care to a child with medical and surgical condition

-Neonatal infection, Pathological jaundice, Hernia, Imperforated anus, Pneumonia, Intestinal parasite Poisoning, Burns

Fractures

Advice on care of the new born on discharge

Importance of breast feeding

WHO/UNICEF Ten Step for Successful Breast feeding

Appropriate feeding modes

General care of the new born baby at home

Prompt referral of the new born baby with danger signs

Care of baby with congenital malformation

Counseling mother on the baby with congenital malformation

Babies with low birth weight

Classification of low birth weight

-Preterm and Small for gestational age

Care of new born at high risk

New born at high risk

Asphyxia neonatorum

Hypothermia

Metabolic disorders

Pathological jaundice

Premature baby

Assessment of new born at high risk

Emotional support to parents/ guardians with a new born at risk

Learning Materials / Facilities

Facilities:

Multifunctional room/skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

 

Learning and teaching materials :

The following learning and teaching materials will be used(not  exhaustive ) Multimedia  projector, overhead proctors and screens, Computer, Flip charts, White and black boards, Chalks and  marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

Reference :

  1. Barbara, F.W. 1985. Paediatric Nursing 6th edition William Clowes Beccles and London
  2. Barbara, F.w 1979 . Paediatric Nursing 5th edition William  Spottswoode Ballantyne Colchester and  London
  3. David , G 1982 . The newborn child 4 and 5th  edition Churchill Livingstone
  4. Ebrahim, G.J 1979. Practical mother and child health in developing country Hong Kong
  5. Ebrahim G.J 1991. Practical mother and child health in developing country. A manual for health nurse and rural health centre staff.
  6. Roberton NRC. 1988 A manual of Normal Neonatal care. Great Britain
  7. King, FS. 1985. Helping mother to breast feeding. African Medical and Research Foundation. Nairobi.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

           

 

 

 

 

 

Code:       NM 05114

Name:     Mental Health 1

Sub- enabling Outcomes:

3.1.1       Explain the concept of mental health in relation to psychiatric nursing

 

3.1.2       Describe the mental health  historical background

 

3.13         Describe the National Health policy and guidelines on mental health services

 

3.1.4         Explain the preventive measures  for mental ill  health conditions

 

3.1.5          Explain national and global initiative for improving mental health

 

3.1.6          Classify mental illnesses according to the Diagnostic and Statistical

 

 Manual mental disorder (DSM iv ) International Classification of Diseases (ICD10) Classification

 

3.2.1         Differentiate  common mental health problems and their causes

 

3.2.2        Describe classes / categories of mental illness and their conditions, signs and symptoms

 

3.2.3        Describe the characteristic of common mental

Illnesses

 

3.2.1        Differentiate types of care for mental ill individuals

 

3.3.2        Utilizing available  measures to prevent mental illnesses

 

3.3.3         Plan and provide  nursing care to mentally disturbed persons

 

 

Prerequisite Modules

Health education and counseling

Communication skills

Anatomy and physiology

Pharmacology

Nursing ethics

Learning Context

A class room or a multifunctional room /skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practice, Clinical area, and field practice in the community

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and cheating materials will be used(not exhaustive) multimedia projector, over head projector and screens, computers, flip charts, white and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

Teaching methods

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

Learning content

Neuro- anatomy and physiology

Definition of terms

Structure and functions of brain in relation to mental health

-Neuro transmitters, Noradrenaline, Dopamine, Serotonin, Acetycholine,

Gamma amino Butric Acid (GABA), Glycine

Limbic System

The autonomic nervous  system, Sympathetic and

Parasympathetic

Concept of mental health

Definition of terms

Historical background and existing new trends

History of mental health services

Demonological period

-Political period

-Humanitarian period

-Scientific period

History of mental health services in Zanzibar

Colonial period

After revolution

Mental health policy of Zanzibar

Mental health services as component of PHC

Functional role of psychiatric team member

Introduction to psychology

Definition of psychology

Common concepts used in psychology

Personality, Motivation,Learning,Perspective,Remembering

Forgetting,Stress,Pain,Perspective,Attitude,Frustration,Behaviour,

Emortion,Aggression,Group dynamic

Relevance of psychology in health promotion

Relevance of psychology for nurses

Biomedical model

Health belief mode

Theories of personality development

Personality concept

Psychoanalytic theory (Id,Ego and Superego)

Psychosexual stages of development (Oral,Anal,Phallic,and genital)

Erickson ,Carl Jung, Others

Personality development

Evolution of personality

Types of personality

Factors influencing personality development

  • Biological, Cultural, Environmental, Experiences

Theoretical approaches of behavior   modification

Theoretical approaches

Behaviorists’ theories

Conditioning

Reinforcement

Behavior modification

Group dynamics

Definition, Crowds, Groups,     Types of groups, Group morale

Group therapy, Group leadership

Common concepts used in sociology

Definition

Relevance of sociology to nurses

Common concepts of sociology

-Society, Family, Community, Culture, Beliefs, Values

Norms Taboos, Health Diseases, Illness, Socialization,

Social change, Social stratification, social institute, Social control, social stratification

Definition of terms

Class, Power, Status

Theories of social class

Measurement of social class

Inequalities in health service

Measuring of inequalities in health service

Morbidly

Mortality

Cultural patterns influencing people’s behavior

Traditions, Beliefs Norms, Values

Social response to diseases

Introduction

Explanatory models

Medical pluralism

Therapy management group

Germ theory disease

Tran’s theoretical model of behavior change

Introduction, Stage of change, Preparation, Action, Maintenance

Persuading to change

Disease pattern in different society

Pre-agriculture society

Agriculture society

Industrial society

Rights of mental ill patients

Admission procedures

Mental health act of Zanzibar, (2001)

Civil commitment to civil ill patients

Role of psychiatric nursing in criminal justice

Criminal commitment for mental ill patients

Global and national initiative for improving mental health

Classification of mental illness according to DSM IV/ICD 10 classification

Main components of mental health evaluation

History taking mental status evaluation, patient interviewgy

And symptomatology

Causes of mental illness

Genetic, cultural factors, physical and psychological factors

Common mental health problems and their causes

Schizophrenia, Depression, Neurosis, Anxiety, Hysteria, Obsessive

Compulsive, Anorexia nervous, Epilepsy

Characteristic of common mental illnesses

Types care for mental ill individuals

Preventive measures to prevent mental illnesses

-Primary, Secondary and Tertiary

Nursing care to mental disturbed person

Learning Materials/Facilities

 Facilities:

Multifunctional room/skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and

Supplies that will be required for group‘s demonstration practices

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching material will be used (not exhaustive) Multimedia

Projector, overhead projectors and screens, Computers, Flip charts, White and black boards,

Chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes.

References:

  1. Andrews and Jenkins.1999.Management OF Mental Disorders

(UK Edition)Sydney: World health Organization Collaborating Center for Mental health and substance Abuse First Published Volume 2

  1. David G, Sydney B, Francis C 1996. 1999. Psychiatry in Medical prentice second Edition route ledge, London and New York
  2. Stuart and sundae, 1995. Principles and practice of psychiatric Nursing. 5th Edition. Publisher Alison Harrison Mosby United

State of America

  1. Green B. 1994. Psychiatry in General practice. Kluwer Academic Publisher Dordrecht /Boston/London
  2. World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Research and Training for Mental Health
  3. WHO. 2001. Guide to Mental Health in primary care 2001. MEHATA Dares salaam
  4. Mbatia J, kilonzo G. P. and Hauli J Reprinted. 2004. Mental Health A basic

 

manual for general health workers in primary care 2001. MEHATA Dares salaam

  1. Armstrong E. 1995. Mental Health Issue in primary care. A Practical Guide Publisher Macmillan London

 

  1. Morrison M. 1997. Foundations of Mental health nursing by Mosby Publisher Nancy L. Coon

 

  1. Theodore A. S. 2005. The ten – Minute to psychiatric Diagnosis and Treatment professional publishing Group, Ltd New York

 

  1. WHO primary care Guidelines for Mental Disorders Mental health in primary care Diagnostic and treatment Guideline

 

Code: NM 05215

Name: Family Planning

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

1.1.10  Apply the principles and techniques of family planning
1.1.11  Describe the causes and management of infertility Male and female

Prerequisite Modules: None

Learning Context

This module will be conducted though lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion tutorials, seminars, practical and work place learning.

Learning Content

Basic principles and techniques of family planning

Definition of term used in family planning

History of family planning in Zanzibar

Difference of family planning and child space

Difference types of family planning

Advantages and side effects of each type of family planning method

Advantage and disadvantages of family planning to individual, family, community and national

Counseling of informed choice

Counseling for high risk client

Instruct client on appropriate family planning method selected

Management of client with side effect and complication of deferent type of family planning method

Social, cultural factors that hider family planning practice

Health education to the community to relieve negative social, cultural factors on family planning practice

Causes and management of infertility male and female

Definition of infertility

Types of infertility

Causes of infertility

Psychological and social effects to the infertile individual/couple

Counseling and managing infertile individual/couple

Learning Materials/Facilities

Facilities

Multifunctional room/skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practice

Learning and teaching materials:  

The following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead projectors

And screens, Computers, Flip charts, White and black boards, Chalk and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

References:

  1. 1988.A managerial tool for the prevention for prolonged labour
  2. 1998. Intergraded R/CH clinical skills curriculum

MOHSW. Dar es Salaam

  1. 1983. Family Planning methods and Practice : Africa , Georgia 30333 USA
  2. H.1997. The Essential of contraceptive technology A  hand  book for clinic staff  Population information  program
  3. Ronald N.K. 1986. Family Planning handouts for Midwives and Nurses 3rd  edition IPPF Kleiman R.L
  4. MOHSW Tanzania. 2004 Comprehensive Family Planning  Clinical skills curriculum  module 1-8 MOHSW Tanzania
  5. 1988. Text book for Midwives 12th and 13th edition. Edinburh, London

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code:              NM 05216

Name:             Midwifery 11

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

1.3.1   Utilize principles of caring for women with abnormal pregnancy , labour and puerperium

 

1.3.2.   Identify life  threatening maternal and foetus conditions

 

1.3.3    Describe the management of life threatening  maternal and fetal condition

 

 

Prerequisite Modules:                       Midwifery       1

Learning Context

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

 

Learning Content

1.1.6 Care to woman with abnormal and high risk pregnancy

Abnormalities in pregnancy

Disease associated with pregnancy

 

  • Anaemia, Hypertension, Renal problems, Cardiac disease,
  • Pulmonary tuberculosis, STI/HIV/AIDS

 

 

Disorders due to pregnancy

Hyperemesis  gravidarum,  P.I.H, Jaundice in pregnancy , Skin

Disorders, bleeding during pregnancy, Amniotic fluid disorders

Blood coagulation disorders, Mal presentation   . Breech presentation

Face presentation, Shoulder presentation, Brow presentation,

Mal position, Occipito-posterior position, Transverse,

High risk condition, Too early, Too frequent, Too many, Too late

 

 

Social, cultural and economical aspects with reproductive and child health services in Zanzibar

            Psychological, emotion and behavioral practices with reproduce and child health service in Zanzibar

Good social and cultural aspects practiced in RH services

Harmful social and cultural aspects practiced in RH services

Health education on releasing harmful    social and cultural aspects practiced in RH services

Sexuality , gender roles and their relationship

The social and economic inequalities and their impact to the reproductive health service

Management of life threatening maternal and fetus condition

Current situation of maternal and fetal death in Zanzibar

Common life threatening maternal and fetus condition

Management of the life threatening maternal and fetus condition

Referral system

Learning Materials/Facilities

 

Facilities:

Multifunction room /skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

 

Learning and teaching materials

The following learning and teaching materials   will be used (not exhaustive )Multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, Computers, Flip charts, White and black boards, Chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

 

 

 

 

 

Code:                          NM 05217

Name:             Communicable Diseases

Sub – enabling Outcome:

4.4.1  Describe the causes and clinical sign of the common communicable and non communicable diseases

 

4.4.2  Explain appropriate preventive measures for common communicable and non communicable diseases

 

4.3.5   4.4.3 Utilize nursing process in managing patient/ clients suffering from communicable and non communicable                      diseases

 

 

Prerequisite Modules:                      None

Learning Context

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group tutorials, seminars , practical and work place learning

Learning Materials/Facilities

Facilities:

Multifunctional room/skill in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be ( not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead  projectors and screens, Computers,  Flip charts, White  and black boards, chalks and marker pens,  transparencies  slide projectors, TV set , radio cassettes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code: NM 05218

Name:    HIV and AIDS

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

4.1.1  Describe the state of HIV and AIDS  pandemic  nationally and globally

 

4.1.Describe illness related stigma  and discrimination issue  and its impact

 

4.1.3  Performed counseling in HIV and AIDS

 

4.2.1  Describe community-based family centered are (frame work for nursing care)

 

4.2.2  Explain the Zanzibar /WHO guideline for ARV drugs

 

4.2.3  Describe  the syndromic approach  to diagnosis of HIV and AIDS

 

4.3.4   Assess and establish management plan of patients / clients with HIV  and   AIDS

 

4.3.1   Differentiate  commonly used ARV drugs in Zanzibar

 

4.3.2  Comprehend common side effects and Adverse Drugs Reactions related  to  ARV drugs and   their  management

 

4.3.6   Describe distribution and documentation system for ARV drugs in Zanzibar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prerequisite Modules:                      None

Learning Context

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion , tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning .

Learning Context

Learning Materials /Facilities

Facilities :

Multifunction room /skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practice

Learning and teaching Materials  

The following learning and teaching materials   will be used( not exhaustive )Multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, Computers, Flip charts, White and black boards, Chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

References:

  1. Brunner, L.s.& Suddath, S. D. 1999. Medical Surgical Nursing 9th Edition  Lippincott Philadelphia
  2. Caroline Bunke Rosdah, 1995. Tex book of Basic Nursing 7th Edition  Lippincott Philadelphia
  3. Chapter 10: Management of common symptoms and opportunistic infections in HIV/AIDS
  4. Chapter 12: Management of HIV infected patients  using antiretroviral  drugs National guidelines  for the clinical management of HIV/AIDS.MOH, Tanzania April 2005
  5. Colmer , M.R (2005)Surgery for Nurses. 16th edition Edinburgh  Churchill  Living stone  London
  6. Dixon , E. (1983) Theatre Technique 5th Edition Bailliere  Tindal-London
  7. Donna D et al (1995) Medical Surgical Nursing W.B Sounder Philadelphia
  8. Lugalla J, Emmelin M, Matembei  A , Sima , M, Kwesigabo G, Killewo J, Dahlgren L,  Social, Cultural  and Sexual behavioral determinats of observed decline in HIV infection
  9. trends: Lessons from the kagera Region, Tanzania. Soc,Sc.Med 2004 Tul;  59(1):185-98
  10. Levis , SM and Collier, IC (1998)Medical Surgical Nursing Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems . Mosby New York

 

  1. MOHSW, (2005) Guideline for Home Based Care Services. NACP, Dar es Salam February 2005

 

  1. National guidelines for the Clinical management of HIV/AIDS MOH, Tanzania April 2005

 

Code:              NM 05219

Name:                                     Community Health incl.PCH

Sub- enabling Outcomes:

5.1.1  Describe the historical background of PHC

 

5.1.2  Describe components of PHC

 

5.1.3  Describe PHC strategies in health care delivery

 

         5.1.4    Interrelate  PHC and Nursing  concepts

 

         5.1.5    Describe Community Based Health  Care (CBHC) in relation to PHC

 

         5.2.1     Describe Community  entry process and concepts and concepts  of community empowerment

 

         5.2.2     Describe procedures for conducting community health need assessment

 

          5.2.3    Describe essential steps in initiation of CBHC  in the community

 

         5.2.4     Describe process of identifying and training of Community Owned Resource Persons (CORPs)

 

         5.3.1      Utilize nursing process in providing care  to individuals, families and community

 

          5.3.2     Utilize Health education technique  in raising community awareness

 

         5.3.3    Describe  the concept  of community involvement  in monitoring  and evaluation of health   promotion                  activities

 

          5.3.4      Prepare community assessment report

 

 

 

Prerequisite Modules:                      None

Learning Context

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace

 

Learning Content

Learning Materials/Facilities

Facilities:

Multifunctional room/skill laboratory in which student can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

Learning and teaching Materials 

The following learning and teaching materials  will be used (not exhaustive ) Multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, Computers, Flip charts, White and black boards, Chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

 

References:

15 .Long et al. 1993 .Medical Surgical Nursing Process Approach. Mosby London

16 WHO .1998. Educational for Health a manual on Health in primary Health Care Geneva

17 Wood, C.H Glanville, H.  de Vaughan J. P 2001 . Community Health 2nd revised edition AMREF, Nairobi

 

Code:  NM  05220

Name: Leadership and Management 1

Sub- enabling Outcomes:

0.1.1   Use laid down procedure for managing equipment and supplies

 

0.1.2   Estimate recourses requirement in the provision  of Care

 

0.1.3   Assess and determine clients /patients need

 

0.1.4   Monitor and keep inventories in health care setting

 

0.2.1   Describe basic steps  used in planning  and organization resources

 

0.2.4   Utilize  knowledge and skills in planning

 

0.2.3    Apply Health Management Information System (HMIS) tools  in the provision of care

 

0.2.4    Use critical  judgment skills  in making appropriate decision  making in work place

 

0.3.1    Recognize common problems occurring  to patients/clients, relatives and staff at work place

 

0.3.2    Use appropriate  technique in solving conflicts of patients/clients, relative and staff.

 

0.3.3    Describe work related procedures in managing changes

 

0.3.4   Demonstrate team-work spirit and decision-making skills

 

 

Prerequisite Modules: Communication skills

Learning Context

This module be conducted through lectures, lecture r discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

Learning content                                                                                                                                                       

Plan and Organize activities in work place

Steps used in planning and organizing resources

Health management information system (HMIS) tools

Common problems occurring to patient /clients, relatives and staff at work place

Techniques in solving conflicts of patients/client, relatives and staff

Managing changes

Team – work

Decision making skills

Learning MaterialsFacilities

Facilities:

Multifunctional room/skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplied that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials  will be used (not exhaustiveMultmedia project ,overhead projects and screens , computer, Flip chart, White and black boards, Chalk and marked pens ,transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

 

References

  1. District Health Management Training Module one: 2001. Health Sector Reform and District Health systems
  2. District Health Management Training 2001 Modules Three: Management of Health Resources,
  3. Module four: 2001.Planing and implementation of district health services

4 .Sally Shaw. 2002 .International Council for Nurses Leadership for changes

  1. MOHSW .2006. Hospital Management Training Module Level I &II
  2. Module Three: Management of Hospital Resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25.0 CURRICULUM INFORMATION FOR NTA LEVEL 6

25.1 Qualification: Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery

25.2 Purpose of qualification:

This equalization is intended for a person who will autonomously play an integral part of patient care, participate in conducting research find findings, facilitates learning, administration roles and providing professional nursing care at all levels in health care   setting.

25.4 Competence Descriptors:

The holder of the qualification will be able to apply knowledge and skills in a broad range of work activities, most of which are non-routine

25.5 Entry Requirements:

A candidate who successfully completed ANA level 5 with accumulative GPA

Of at least 2.0

25.6 Credits at this Level: 120

25.7 Cumulative Credits from Lowest Level:   360

25.8 Date the Qualification standard Last: November 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

26.0 TRAINING   STANDARDS:

26.0 Principal Outcomes, Credit Value and Assessment Criteria

SNPrincipal OutcomeCreditsAssessment Criteria
1Apply the nursing process and other approaches in providing35        i.            Knowledge of parasitology, entomology, biochemistry  and genetics in promoting health, preventing diseases, rehabilitation  and provision of care correctly utilized

ii.            Clients/ patients  with medical surgical conditions correctly managed

iii.            Techniques and approaches for implementing  quality  care correctly  evaluated

2Apply knowledge of epidemiology, biostatistics and research in community health nursing practice4        i.            Concepts of epidemiology and biostatistics correctly identified

ii.            Basic  principles of research in conducting mini research studies in identified problems  correctly utilized

iii.            Research findings, epidemiological and statistical data in provision of care correctly utilized

3Utilize knowledge, skill and  appropriate  attitude in managing clients  with mental health needs/ problems15        i.            Approaches and principles and principles  which are used in  the management of mentally ill health correctly detected

ii.            Nursing process  in providing care  for mental illness correctly  applied

iii.            Mental health preventive  measure  in collaboration  with  families  and community at large  in provision  of appropriate  mental care  correctly utilized

4Apply midwifery knowledge  and skills in caring woman with17        i.            Appropriate  new trends and best practices in midwifery care correctly utilized

 

 

 

 Obstetric emergency and  neonate with  life  threatening       ii.            Care of  the woman  with emergency situations during pregnancy,  labour  and puerperium  appropriately provide

iii.            Care to the new born baby with life threatening conditions correctly provided

5Utilize teaching and learning techniques in acquisition of knowledge, skill and attitude5        i.            Concepts of teaching and learning correctly explained

ii.            Principles of learning and teaching correctly describe

iii.            Abilities in using various teaching and learning methods to a group of junior  students correctly  demonstrated

6Utilize principles of leadership and management in maintaining quality nursing14        i.            Concepts of leadership and management  including  entrepreneurship  correctly described

ii.            Functions of  leadership and management correctly describe

iii.            Leadership and management principles in provision of health care correctly applied

 

26.2 Principal Outcomes and Enabling Outcomes

Principal OutcomeEnabling Outcome
1 Apply the nursing process and other approaches in providing nursing care1.   Utilize knowledge of Parasitology and  entomology,  biochemistry and genetics in promoting  health,  preventing  ill –health ,  rehabilitation and  provision of care

 

1.2   Manage clients / patients with medical  surgical  conditions/ diseases

 

1.3    Evaluate technique and approaches for Implementing  quality care

 

 

2     Apply knowledge  of epidemiology , biostatistics and research , in community health nursing  practice2.1    Demonstrate abilities in  utilizing principles of epidemiology, demography and biostatics in provision of care

 

2.2     Utilize basic  principles  of research in conducting  mini                       research studies  in identified problems

 

2.3      Utilize Research  findings, I provision  of care

 

3.    Utilize knowledge , skills and appropriate  attitude in managing clients with mental health needs/ problems3.1  Identify approaches and principles which are used  in the  management of mental ill health

 

3.2  Apply nursing process in  providing care for mental illness

 

3.3  Utilize mental health preventive measures in collaboration with  families and community in provision  of appropriate of mental care
4.Apply midwifery  knowledge and  skills in caring woman with obstetric emergency and  neonate with life threatening  conditions4.1  Utilize appropriate  new trends and best practices  in midwifery care

 

4.2    Provide  care to woman with emergency  situations during pregnancy, labour , and puerperium

 

4. 3   Provide care to  newborn baby with life threatening  conditions
5.  Utilize  teaching and learning techniques in promotion of knowledge  , skills and attitude

 

5.1     Explain concepts of teaching and learning

 

 

5.2      Describe  principles of learning and teaching

 

5.3     Demonstrate abilities  in using various teaching and  learning methods in  presenting a small session to a group

 

6.  Utilize principles of leadership and management in maintain quality nursing care6.1  Describe concepts of leadership and  management  including en entrepreneurship
 

6.2    Describe  functions of leadership and management

 

 

6,3   Apply leadership and management principles in provision of health care

 

 

26.3      Enabling Outcomes and Sub-enabling Outcomes

Enabling OutcomeSub enabling Outcome
1.1   Utilize knowledge of Parasitology , biochemistry and genetics in promoting health , preventing ill health , rehabilitation and provision of care1.1.1     Explain  basic concepts  of parasitology and entomology , in relation to clients / patients care

 

1.1.2      Apply knowledge of parasitology,  in provision of quality nursing care

 

 

 

1.1.3      Describe the concepts of biochemistry in provision of quality nursing care

 

1.1.4       Describe the  physiological factors which affect the fluid electrolyte and acid  based homeostasis

 

 

1.1.5      Explain the importance of genetics in promoting health , prevention and control of diseases

 

1.1.6      Utilize the knowledge of biochemistry and  genetics in provision of care

 

1.2   Manage clients / patient with medical surgical conditions/  diseases1.2.1     Identify  nursing responsibilities in diagnostics

Procedure

1.2.2       Describe  nursing  care of  patients with  complex medical and surgical conditions/ diseases

 

 

1.2.3   Provide holistic care to a child with complex  medical and surgical conditions/ diseases

 

 

1.2.4    Utilize principles  of theatre technique  in nursing patients  undergoing  surgical  procedure
1.3 Evaluate approaches and technique for implementing nursing  care 

1.3.1  Describe theories / models in nursing process

 

 

1.3.2      Apply nursing theories/ modules in providing care to patients  with medical and surgical conditions

 

 

1.3.3     Describe quality  nursing care and quality assurance

2.1.1      Explain basic concepts of epidemiology and demography
2.1     Demonstrate abilities in utilizing principles  of epidemiology , demography and biostatistics in provisio of care2.21       Explain basic concepts  of epidemiology and demography

 

2.1.2      Describe concepts of Biostatics

 

2.1.3      Utilize knowledge of epidemiology , demography and biostatistics

 

 

2.2    Utilize basic principles of2.2.1      Explain the concepts of research

 

2.2.2       Explain the steps in developing

 

 Research in conducting mini research studies in identified problems 2.2.3   Development a workable mini research proposal
2.3     Utilize research findings , in provision of care 

2.3.1     Utilize various research methods in data collection relevant to research to topic

 

 

2.3.2    Utilize computer/ manual in processing research data

 

 

2.3.3    Develop a workable mini research report for dissemination

 

3.1      Describe approaches and principles which are used in the management  of mental ill patients/client 

3.1.1    Explain nursing management of mental ill patient/ client with specific condition

 

 

3.1.2    Explain the care of children, adolescent and elders with mental illness

 

 

3.1.3   Explain the use, effects, and limitations of different therapies

 

 

 

 

3.1.4   Demonstrate abilities in conducting various therapies in hospital and community

seating

3.2      Apply nursing  process in providing care for ermental illness 

3.2.1   Provide care for mental ill patient using nursing process

 

 

3.2.2    Utilize components of comprehensive mental health evaluation

 

 

3.3.1    Develop nursing diagnosis for provision of nursing care to the mental ill patient

 

3.3      utilize mental health preventive measures in collaboration with families and community at large in provision of appropriate mental health care. 

3.3.1    Explain concept of community mental health

 

 

 

 

3.3.2     Utilize community resources to provide mental health services and prevent mental

Illness

 

 

3.3.2    Explain the interplay of ethnicity, gender, culture and sexuality in the implementation

of community mental health nursing

 

4.1        Utilize appropriate new trends and best practice in midwifery care4.1.1     Recognize the law, code of conduct and standards guiding midwifery practice in

Zanzibar

 

 

4.1.2      Differentiate between good and bad cultural including social insure affecting

pregnancy, labour and method periods

 

 

4.1.3     Utilize research finding in improving midwifery care

 

 

 

4.1.4      Promote good socio-cultural practices during care of women/families during pregnancy, labour and motherhood periods

 

 

 

 

4.2   Provide care to women with emergency  situations during pregnancy, labour and puerperium4.2  I Describe  conditions that need emergency care to the women during pregnancy, labour and puerperium

 

 

4.2.2. Apply principles of Advance Life saving  Skill in Obstetrics(ALSO)  in  managing women with  emergency obstetrics condition

 

4.2.3. Utilize  life saving skills in obstetrics  emergencies

 

 

4.3  Provide care to a new born baby with life threatening  conditions4.3.1     Identify life threatening  condition in neonate  that  need emergency care

 

4.3.2 Describe    neonatal condition   that  need emergency care

 

 

5.1.   Describe concepts  of teaching  and learning4.3.3     Apply principles of Advance Life saving  Skill in managing  neonate  with life  threatening  conditions

 

5.1.1    Explain concept and teaching

 

5.1.2   Explain concept and teaching

 

 

5.1.3   Describe  the various  teaching  and learning  theories
5.2   Describe principles of learning and teaching

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.2.1   Explain  different  teaching  and learning methods

 

 

 

5.2.2.     Explain  the properties of conducive teaching  and learning environment

 

 

 

5.2,3    Apply basic  principles of teaching  and learning in a  microteaching session

 

5.2.4     Describe the process  of evaluating  both class and  clinical  teaching

 

5.3   Demonstrate abilities in nursing  various teaching  methods   in presenting a session to a group5.3.1   Identify the qualities of a good teacher

 

5.3.2   Prepare a lesson plan for teaching junior  students

 

 

 

5.3.3   Apply basic  principles of teaching and learning in a micro-teaching session

5.3.4    Describe the process of evaluating both class and clinical teaching
6.1   .   Describe concepts   of leadership  and management6.1.1   Explain the concepts of leadership

 

 

 

6.1.2    Explain the concepts of  management

 

 

 

6.1.3   Explain different leadership style

 

 

6.1.4   Explain different management theories

 

6.2    .   Describe function    of leadership  and management6.2.1. Describe the function of a leader and a manager in health setting

 

 

 

 

6.2.2 Utilize problem solving approach and nursing  process  in managing nursing  process in managing nursing situations.

 

 

6.2.3   Utilize critical judgment skills in making appropriate decision in nursing  care

 

 

 

 

6.2.4   Utilize performance  appraisal in evaluating  nursing activities

 

 

6.2.5   Identify remuneration of current nursing  positions

 

 

6.2.6   Apply knowledge  and skills  on quality control in health setting

 

 

6.2.7    Create and maintain a motivation climate  in nursing  activities
6.3    Apply leadership and management principles in provision of health care setting6.3.1    Explain the management  process of human and non  human resource  in health care settings

 

6.3.2     Utilize government  standing orders in carrying out management  functions

 

6.3.3    Manage  change  in health care  settings

 

 

6.3.4   Demonstrate  managerial skills in dealing  with conflicts  in clinical  settings

 

6.4   Describe  concepts  of basic  entrepreneurship in nursing6.3.1    Explain the concepts of entrepreneurship.

 

6.4.2   Identify areas in health  services delivery to which entrepreneurship  can be applied

 

 

6.4.3    Apply entrepreneurship  skills in provision of quality care

 

 

 

 

 

Sub – enabling outcomes, related tasks, Assessment criteria and instructions

Sub – enabling outcomeRelated taskAssessment criteriaAssessment instrument
1.1.1 Explain basic concepts of parasitology and entomology in relation to clients/patient careDefine the common terms used in parasitologyThe common terms used in parasitology and entomology correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain modes of transmissionModes of transmission correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Define the common terms used in entomologyThe common terms used in entomology correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the life cycle of organisms and their reproductionThe life cycle of organism and their reproduction correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify diseases caused by parasitesDiseases caused by parasites correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain common types of parasite and vectorCommon types of parasite and vector correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain control measures of parasites and vectorsControl measures of parasites and vectors correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
1.1.2 State the relationship between the parasites and hostsExplain mode of entry of parasite into hostMode of entry of parasite into host correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain life cycle of parasite in hostsLife cycle of parasite in hosts correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify the diseases caused by parasitesThe diseases caused by parasites correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
1.1.3 Apply knowledge of parasitology and entomology in provision of nursing careDetect the common parasite’s structure through microscopeThe common parasite’s structure through microscope correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
State common diseases caused by vector and parasite in health care settingCommon diseases caused by vector and parasite in health care setting correctly statedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize principles of entomology in provision of quality nursing carePrinciples of parasitology and entomology in provision of quality nursing care correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
1.1.4 Describe the concepts of biochemistry in provision of quality nursing careExplain common terms used in biochemistryCommon terms used in biochemistry correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the pH and its relationship to acid, base and salt in the bodyThe pH and its relationship to acid, base and salt in the body correctly explained

 

Continuous assessment and end of semester examination
1.1.5 describe physiological factors which affect the fluid electrolyte and acid base homeostasisIdentify body fluid and electrolytes in human bodyBody fluid and electrolytes in human body correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the property that made water such an important in organic molecules and living organismsThe property that made water such an important in organic molecules and living organisms correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain distribution and factors affecting fluid and electrolytes balanceDistribution and factors affecting fluid and electrolytes balance correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
1.1.6 Explain the importance of genetics in promoting health, prevention and control of diseasesDefine common terms used in geneticsCommon terms used in genetics correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Describe factors that lead to genetic abnormalitiesFactors that lead to genetic abnormalities correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the importance of geneticsThe importance of genetics correctly described

 

Continuous assessment and end of semester examination
1.1.7 Utilize the knowledge of biochemistry and genetics in provision of careFamilies with common genetic disordersGenetic disorder correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Perform counselling to individuals and families with common genetic disordersCounselling to individuals and families with common genetic disorders correctly performedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Determine proper management in administration of drugs including drug reactionProper management in administration of drugs including drug reaction correctly determinedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
1.2.1 Identify nursing responsibilities in diagnostic proceduresExplain common diagnostic procedures in providing nursing care to patientCommon diagnostic procedures in providing nursing care to patient correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

Apply skills required in assisting diagnostic proceduresSkills required in diagnostic procedures correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Provide nursing care to patient undergoing diagnostic procedurePursing care to patient undergoing diagnostic procedure correctly providedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
1.2.2Describe nursing care of the patients with complex medical conditionsIdentify complex medical and surgical conditionsComplex medical and surgical conditions correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize the observations skills in identifying complications in patients with complex medical/surgical conditionsThe observations skills in identifying complications in patients with complex medical/surgical conditions correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Provide nursing care to patients with complex medical/surgical conditionsNursing care to patients with complex medical/surgical conditions correctly providedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
1.2.3 Provide holistic care to a child with complex medical and surgical conditions/diseasesIdentify common complex medical and surgical conditions to a childCommon complex medical and surgical conditions to a child correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize observation skills in early identification of child with complex medical/surgical conditionsObservation skills in early identification of child with complex medical/surgical conditions correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Render quality care to a child with complex medical and surgical conditionsQuality care to a child with complex medical and surgical conditions correctly renderedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
1.2.4 Utilize principles of theater technique in nursing patient undergoing surgical proceduresDefine common terms used in theater techniqueCommon terms used in theater technique correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the care given to patient pre, intra and post-operative phaseCare given to patient pre, intra and post-operative phase correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
1.3.1Describe theories/models in nursing processDefine common terms used in theoriesCommon terms used in theories correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain purpose of nursing theoriesPurpose of nursing theories correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain different theories applied in nursing practiceDifferent theories applied in nursing practice correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

1.3.2 Apply nursing theories/models in providing care to patients with medical and surgical conditionsIdentify advantages and disadvantages of different nursing theoriesAdvantages and disadvantages of different nursing theories correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

Determine appropriate nursing theories in providing care to patient with medical and surgical conditionsAppropriate nursing theories in providing care to patient with medical and surgical conditions correctly determinedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

Utilize nursing theories in providing care to patient with medical and surgical conditionsNursing theories in providing care to patient with medical and surgical conditions correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

1.3.3 Describe quality nursing care and quality assuranceDefine common terms used in quality nursing and quality assuranceCommon terms used in quality nursing and quality assurance correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
State aims and objectives of quality nursing and quality assurance

 

Aims and objectives of quality nursing and quality assurance correctly statedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

Mention standards of performing quality nursing careStandards of performing quality nursing care correctly mentionedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

1.3.4 Utilize the evaluation process in implementing quality nursing careIdentify tools used in evaluating quality nursing careTools used in evaluating quality nursing care correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

Explain steps used in evaluating quality nursing careSteps used in evaluating quality nursing care correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

Use evaluation tools when performing quality nursing careEvaluation tools when performing quality nursing care correctly usedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

2.1.1 Explain basic concepts of epidemiology and demographyDescribe the concept of epidemiologyTerm epidemiology correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the concept of demographyTerm demography correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

Identify terms and methods used in epidemiological studiesTerms and methods used in epidemiological studies correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

Describe demography and vital statisticsDemography and vital statistics correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

Outline the importance of health indicators and vital statistics in provision of health careThe importance of health indicators and vital statistics in provision of health care correctly outlined

 

Continuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

Identify the common health indicators that influence health in community

 

The common health indicators that influence health in community correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

2.1.2 Describe the concept of biostatisticsDefine the term biostatisticsThe term biostatistics correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the importance of biostatistics in health careThe importance of biostatistics in health care correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

2.1.3 Utilize knowledge of epidemiology, demography and biostatistics in community health practiceInvolve community members in identifying their priorities based on available informationInvolvement of  community members in identifying their priorities based on available information correctly doneContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Demonstrate abilities in using knowledge of epidemiology, and biostatistics in planning and implementation of community health careAbilities in using knowledge of epidemiology, and biostatistics in planning and implementation of community health care correctly demonstratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Monitor and evaluate community health care based on health indicators and vital statisticsCommunity health care based on health indicators and vital statistics correctly monitored and evaluatedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
2.2.1 Explain the concepts of researchDefine the term researchTerms research correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the types of researchTypes of research correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
2.2.2 Explain the steps in developing a research proposalList the source of research problemThe source of research proposal correctly listedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the steps of developing a mini research proposal

 

Steps in developing a mini research proposal correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
2.2.3 develop a workable mini research proposalFormulate the mini research proposalThe mini research proposal correctly formulatedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
State the mini research objectivesThe objectives of the mini research correctly statedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify the mini research methodologyThe methodology for the mini research correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Demonstrate ability in developing the mini research proposalAbility in developing the mini research proposal correctly demonstratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
2.2.4 Utilize computer data analysis programmes in processing research dataApply computer knowledge and skills in processing data analysisComputer knowledge and skills in processing data analysis correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Demonstrate the ability to analyze data by using computerAbility to analyze data by using computer correctly demonstrated

 

Continuous assessment and end of semester examination
2.2.5 Utilize basic computer knowledge in processing mini research reportExplain format of report writingFormat of report writing correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Apply basic computer knowledge in processing mini research reportBasic computer knowledge in processing mini research report correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Apply critiquing knowledge when  analyzing research findings/reportCritiquing knowledge when  analyzing research findings/report correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Disseminate research findingsResearch findings correctly disseminatedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
2.2.6 Apply research finding in improving quality health careIdentify the practices for improving the quality of health careBest practices for improving the quality of health care correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Demonstrate abilities for implementing evidence based care to improve the quality of health careAbilities for implementing evidence based care to improve the quality of health care correctly demonstratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
3.1.1 Explain nursing management of mental health clients with specific conditionExplain nursing care of neurotic patientNursing care of neurotic patient correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain nursing care of the patient with psychotic disorderNursing care of the patient with psychotic disorders correctly explained

 

Continuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain nursing care of patient with social and personality disordersNursing care of patient with social and personality disorders correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain nursing care of the patient with mental retardationNursing care of the patient with mental retardation are correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
3.1.2 Explain the care of children, adolescent and elders with mental illnessExplain nursing intervention in children with evidence of disturbed behaviorNursing intervention in children with evidence of disturbed behavior correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain nursing intervention in adolescent with evidence of disturbed behaviorNursing intervention in adolescent with evidence of disturbed behavior correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain nursing interventions in elderly with evidence of disturbed behavior

 

 

Nursing interventions in elderly with evidence of disturbed behavior correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
3.1.3 Explain the use, effects, benefit and limitations of the therapies

 

Explain role of nurse on provision of different therapies to mental ill patientRole of nurse on provision of different therapies to mental ill patient correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

Identify the use and benefit of different therapies used in mental illnessUse and benefit of different therapies used in mental illness correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

Identify the limitation of different therapies used in mental illnessThe limitation of different therapies used in mental illness correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
3.1.4 Demonstrate skills in conducting the various therapies in the hospital and community settingIdentify individuals with mental illness for the provision of mental health therapiesIndividuals with mental illness for the provision of mental health therapies correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Conduct various therapies in the hospital and community setting

 

Various therapies in the hospital and community setting correctly conductedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
3.2.1 Utilize components of comprehensive mental health evaluation and care of mental individualsDefine mental status evaluationMental status evaluation correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify main components of mental health evaluationMain components of mental health evaluation correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Conduct mental status assessmentMental status assessment correctly conductedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
3.2.2 Develop nursing diagnosis for provision of nursing care to the mental ill patientsExplain the steps for formulating nursing diagnosisThe steps for formulating nursing diagnosis correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Formulate nursing diagnosis for provision of nursing care of mentally ill patientsNursing diagnosis for provision of nursing care of mentally ill patients correctly formulatedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Plan nursing care for mentally ill patientNursing care for mentally ill patient correctly plannedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Provide nursing intervention according to the planNursing intervention according to the plan correctly providedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

3.3.1 Explain concept of community mental healthExplain the relationship between beliefs/spirituality taboos, gender and custom with mental illnessThe relationship between beliefs/spirituality taboos, gender and custom with mental illness correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain stigma toward mental ill patientsStigma toward mental ill patients correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain management of mental ill patient in the communityManagement of mental ill patient in the community correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
3.3.2 Utilize community resources to provide mental health services and prevent mental illness

 

 

 

 

Identify resources for mental health servicesResources for mental health services correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize community support system in caring of mental ill patientsCommunity support system in caring of mental ill patients correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Integrate mental health in all health practice servicesMental health in all health practice services correctly integratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
4.1.1 Promote good socio-cultural practices during care of women and families during pregnancy, labour and motherhood periodsIdentify good socio-cultural practices during care of the women with their families during pregnancy, labour and mother hood periodsGood socio-cultural practices during care of the women with their families during pregnancy, labour and mother hood periods correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

Describe the advantages of social cultural practices during pregnancy, labour and motherhood periodAdvantages of social cultural practices during pregnancy, labour and motherhood period correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Provide health education to encourage good social cultural practices in the communityHealth education to encourage good social cultural practices in the community correctly providedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
4.1.2 Utilize approach of safe motherhood initiatives in provision of quality midwifery careDefine term safe motherhoodTerm safe motherhood correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain pillars of safe motherhoodPillars of safe motherhood correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Apply knowledge of safe motherhood pillars in provision of quality midwifery careKnowledge of safe motherhood pillars in provision of quality midwifery care correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
4.1.3 Utilize research findings in improving midwifery careIdentify the applicable research findings

 

 

The applicable research findingscorrectly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Outline the process of introducing the research findings/changes in the careThe process of introducing the research findings/changes in the care correctly outlinedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize knowledge and skills in introducing appropriately the approved careKnowledge and skills in introducing appropriately the approved care correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
4.2.1 Explain abnormal pregnancy, labour and puerperiumIdentify women with abnormal/high risk pregnancyWomen with abnormal/high risk pregnancy correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Describe abnormal labourAbnormal labour correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Describe causes of abnormal puerperiumCauses of abnormal puerperium correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
4.2.2 Provide care to women with abnormal pregnancyIdentify types of common abnormal and high risk pregnancyTypes of common abnormal and high risk pregnancy correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Provide immediate care to women with abnormal or high risk conditionsImmediate care to women with abnormal or high risk conditions correctly providedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Refer women with complicated pregnancyWomen with complicated pregnancy identified and referredContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Describe techniques for preventing complications during pregnancyTechniques for preventing complications during pregnancy correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
4.2.3 Manage women in abnormal labour, delivery and puerperiumIdentify causes of abnormal labour and deliveryThe abnormal labour and delivery are correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the principles of abnormal labour and deliveriesthe principles of abnormal labour and deliveries correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Describe women with deep- transverse arrestwomen with deep- transverse arrest correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Differentiate women in labour with breech, face and brow presentationswomen in labour with breech, face and brow presentations correctly differentiatedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain complications of breech deliverycomplications of breech delivery correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain women in labour with occipital posterior positionWomen in labour with occipital posterior position correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Detected complication associated with posterior positionComplication associated with posterior position correctly detectedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Describe management of women with abnormal labour and deliveryManagement of women with abnormal labour and delivery correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Demonstrate abilities in managing women with abnormal puerperiumAbilities in managing women with abnormal puerperium correctly demonstratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
4.2.4 Apply knowledge of life saving skills in women abnormal pregnancy and abnormal labour and puerperiumDefine the term saving skills

 

 

The term life saving skills correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify ways to collaborate with supervisors, DHMT, facility staff and community members to plan implement lifesaving skillsWays to collaborate with supervisors, DHMT, facility staff and community members to plan implement lifesaving skills correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain obstetric emergenciesObstetric emergencies correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Manage women with obstetric emergenciesWomen with obstetric emergencies correctly managedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
4.3.1 Describe condition that need emergency care to the women during labour and puerperiumIdentify condition that need emergency care to the women during labour and puerperiumCondition that need emergency care to the women during labour and puerperium correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Provide care to women With condition that need emergency careCare to women with condition that need emergency care correctly providedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
4.3.2 Apply principle of basic emergency obstetrics and neonatal care to women with abnormal labour puerperium and newborn babiesIdentify principles emergency obstetric care to women with abnormal labour and puerperiumPrinciple emergency obstetric care to women with abnormal labour and puerperium correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize principle of emergency obstetric care in managing women with abnormal labour and puerperiumPrinciple of emergency obstetric care in managing women with abnormal labour and puerperium correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Use facility and maternal and neonatal records for improving the quality of emergency Obstetric care (EMOc)Maternal and neonatal records for improving the quality of EMOc correctly usedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain common health problems, birth injuries, congenital malformations and disorders of the newborn babyCommon health problems, birth injuries, congenital malformations and disorders of the new born baby correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify common minor and serious disorders of the newborncommon minor and serious disorders of the newborn correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Manage newborns with common problems and congenital disordersnewborns with common problems and congenital disorders correctly managedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
5.1.1 Explain the concepts of teaching and learningDefine the terms teaching and learningthe terms teaching and learning correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify principles of teaching and learningPrinciples of teaching and learning correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the characteristics of an effective teacherThe characteristics of an effective teacher correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Prepare lesson planLesson plan correctly preparedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Conduct teaching using appropriate methods

 

Teaching using appropriate methods correctly conductedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
5.2.2 Apply basic principles of teaching and learning in a microteaching sessionExplain the concept of microteachingThe concept of microteaching correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the steps of microteachingThe steps of microteaching correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify microteaching cycleMicroteaching cycle correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
5.2.3 Describe the process of evaluating both class and clinical teachingIdentify different evaluation methods in teaching and learningDifferent evaluation methods in teaching and learning correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.1.1 Explain concepts of leadership, managementDefine the term leadership, managementThe term leadership, management correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.1.2 Explain different leadership styles and management theories in nursingExplain leadership stylesLeadership styles correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain historical development of management theoryHistorical development of management theory correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.1.3 Explain the concepts of entrepreneurship in relation to health careDefine the term entrepreneurship

 

The term entrepreneurship correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Describe the concept of entrepreneurship in health care areaThe concept of entrepreneurship in health care area correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.1.4 Explain areas in health services delivery to which entrepreneurship applyDescribe the importance of entrepreneurship in health careThe importance of entrepreneurship in health care correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Describe different areas in health services to which entrepreneurship applyDifferent areas in health services to which entrepreneurship apply correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.1.5 Apply entrepreneurship skills in provision of quality careDescribe characteristics of an entrepreneurCharacteristics of an entrepreneur correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize knowledge and skills of entrepreneurship in provision of nursing careKnowledge and skills of entrepreneurship in provision of nursing care correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.1 Explain the functions and roles of a leader and manager in health settingEnumerate functions and roles of a leader in health settingFunctions and roles of a leader in health setting correctly enumeratedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
List functions and roles of a manager in health settingFunctions and roles of a manager in health setting correctly listedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the qualities of a good leader and manager in nursingThe qualities of a good leader and manager in nursing correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.2 Utilize problem solving approach and decision making in managing nursing situationsDescribe problem solving approaches and decision makingProblem solving approaches and decision making correctly describedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Apply knowledge and skills in problem solving approaches in managing nursing situationsKnowledge and skills in problem solving approaches in managing nursing situations correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.3 Utilize clinical judgements skills in making appropriate decision in nursing careExplain steps in decision makingSteps in decision making correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Apply clinical judgment skills in making appropriate nursing care decisionsClinical judgment skills in making appropriate nursing care decisions correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.4 Apply knowledge of staff recruitment to manage personnel in all work settingsDefine recruitmentThe term recruitment correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain process of recruitmentProcess of recruitment correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize knowledge and skills on recruitment proceduresKnowledge and skills on recruitment procedures correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.5 Utilize performance appraisal in evaluating nursing activitiesDescribe the concept of performance appraisalPerformance appraisal correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain method of performance appraisalMethods/tools performance appraisal correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Apply performance appraisal techniques in evaluating nursing staffPerformance appraisal techniques in evaluating nursing staff correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.6 Identify remuneration of current nursing positionsDefine the term scheme of serviceThe term scheme of service correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify various current remuneration in nursing professionThe various current remuneration in nursing profession identified properlyContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Apply current various remuneration in daily life situationCurrent kinds of remuneration in day to day nursing situation correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.7 Apply knowledge and skills on quality control in health settingDefine quality and controlQuality and control correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain quality control processQuality control process correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify person to be involved in quality control

 

Person to be involved in quality control correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain the constraints of quality control

 

The constraints of quality control correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.2.8 Create and maintain a motivative climate in nursing activitiesExplain types of motivation

 

Types of motivation correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain strategies for creating a motivating climateStrategies for creating a motivating climate correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify factors that motivate staff at workplace

 

Factors that motivate staff at workplace correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Utilization available and relevant resources in maintain a good working environmentAvailable and relevant resources in maintain a good working environment correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.3.1 Apply the management process of human and non-human resource in healthIdentify leadership roles and management functions in managing personnel in various settingsLeadership roles and management functions in managing personnel in various settings correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify leadership roles and management functions in managing materials and supplies at various settingsLeadership roles and management functions in managing materials and supplies at various settings correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Utilize skills of leadership, management and team building process in managing nursing activitiesSkills of leadership, management and team building process in managing nursing activities correctly utilizedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.3.2 Utilize government standing orders in carrying out management functionsDefine standing ordersStanding orders correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify Zanzibar standing orders for public serviceZanzibar standing orders for public service correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Adhere to government standing ordersGovernment standing orders correctly adheredContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.3.3 Manage change in health settingExplain theories of changeTheories of change correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain factors for introducing changeFactors for introducing change correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Identify factors leading to resistance to changeFactors leading to resistance to change correctly identifiedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain ways to reduce resistance to changeWays to reduce resistance to change correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Apply managerial skills in managing a planned change

 

Managerial skills in managing a planned change correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
6.3.4 Demonstrate managerial skills in dealing with conflicts in clinical settingsDefine conflictConflict correctly definedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Explain causes of conflict at work placesCauses of conflict at work places correctly explainedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination
Apply managerial knowledge and skills in resolving conflictsManagerial knowledge and skills in resolving conflicts correctly appliedContinuous assessment and end of semester examination

 

 

 

Sub – enabling outcomes, related tasks, assessment criteria and instruments

Assessment criteria and benchmarking

Assessment criteria                           Benchmarking
Satisfactory/GoodVery goodExcellent
The common terms used in parasitology and entomology correctly definedHas knowledge of defining common terms used in parasitology and entomologyHas knowledge and understanding of defining common terms used in parasitology and entomologyHas wide knowledge and understanding of common terms used in defining parasitology and entomology
Modes of transmission correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining modes of transmissionHas knowledge and understanding of explaining modes of transmissionHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining modes of transmission
The life cycle of organism and their reproduction correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining life cycle of organism and their reproductionHas knowledge and understanding of explaining life cycle of organism and their reproductionHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining life cycle of organism and their reproduction
Diseases caused by parasites correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying diseased caused by parasitesHas knowledge and understanding of identifying diseased caused by parasitesHas wide knowledge and understanding diseased caused by parasites
Common types of parasite and vector correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining common types of parasite and vectorHas knowledge and understanding of explaining common types of parasite and vectorHas wide knowledge and understanding of  explaining common types of parasite and vector
Control measures of parasites and vectors correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining control measures of parasites and vectorsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining control measures of parasites and vectorsHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining control measures of parasites and vectors
Mode of entry of parasite into host correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining mode of entry of parasite into hostHas knowledge and understanding of explaining mode of entry of parasite into hostHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining mode of entry of parasite into host
Life cycle of parasite in hosts correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining life cycle of parasite in hostsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining life cycle of parasite in hostsHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining life cycle of parasite in hosts
The diseases caused by parasites correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying diseases caused by parasitesHas knowledge and understanding of identifying diseases caused by parasitesHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying diseases caused by parasites
The common parasite’s structure through microscope correctly detectedHas knowledge of detecting common parasite’s structure through microscopeHas knowledge and understanding of detecting common parasite’s structure through microscopeHas wide knowledge and understanding of detecting common parasite’s structure through microscope
Common diseases caused by vector and parasite in health care setting correctly statedHas knowledge of stating common diseases caused by vector and parasite in health care settingHas knowledge and understanding of stating common diseases caused by vector and parasite in health care settingHas wide knowledge and understanding of stating common diseases caused by vector and parasite in health care setting
Principles of parasitology and entomology in provision of quality nursing care correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing principles of parasitology and entomology in provision of quality nursing careHas knowledge and understanding ofutilizing principles of parasitology and entomology in provision of quality nursing careHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing principles of parasitology and entomology in provision of quality nursing care
Common terms used in biochemistry correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining common terms used in biochemistryHas knowledge and understanding of explaining common terms used in biochemistryHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining common terms used in biochemistry
The PH and its relationship to acid, base and salt in the body correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining PH and its relationship to acid, base and salt in the bodyHas knowledge and understanding of explaining PH and its relationship to acid, base and salt in the bodyHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining PH and its relationship to acid, base and salt in the body
Major elements and minerals found in the human body correctly listedHas knowledge of listing major elements and minerals found in the human bodyHas knowledge and understanding of listing major elements and minerals found in the human bodyHas wide knowledge and understanding of listing major elements and minerals found in the human body
Body fluid and electrolytes in human body correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying major elements and mineral found in human bodyHas knowledge and understanding of  identifying major elements and mineral found in human bodyHas wide knowledge and understanding of  identifying major elements and mineral found in human body
The properties which make water such an important in organic molecules and living organisms correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining properties which make water such an important in organic molecules and living organismsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining properties which make water such an important in organic molecules and living organismsHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining properties which make water such an important in organic molecules and living organisms
Distribution and factors affecting fluid and electrolytes balance correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining distribution and factors affecting fluid and electrolytes balanceHas knowledge and understanding of distribution and factors affecting fluid and electrolytes balanceHas wide knowledge and understanding of distribution and factors affecting fluid and electrolytes balance
Common terms used in genetics correctly definedHas knowledge of defining common terms used in geneticsHas knowledge and understanding of defining common terms used in geneticsHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining common terms used in genetics
Factors that lead to genetic abnormalities correctly describedHas knowledge of describing factors that lead to genetic abnormalitiesHas knowledge and understanding of describing factors that lead to genetic abnormalitiesHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing factors that lead to genetic abnormalities
Families with common genetic disorders correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying families with common genetic disordersHas knowledge and understanding of identifying families with common genetic disordersHas wide knowledge and understanding of families with common genetic disorders
Counseling to individuals and families with common genetic disorders correctly performedHas knowledge of performing counseling to individual and families with common geneticHas knowledge and understanding of performing counseling to individuals and families with common geneticHas wide knowledge and understanding of performing counseling to individuals and families with common

 

   genetic
Proper management in administration of drugs including  drug  reaction correctly determinedHas knowledge of determining proper management in administration of drugs including drug reactionHas knowledge and understanding  of determining proper management in administration of drugs including drug reactionHas  wide knowledge of determining proper management in administration of drugs including drug reaction
Common diagnostic procedures in providing nursing care to patient correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining common diagnostic procedures in providing nursing care to patientHas knowledge and understanding  of explaining common diagnostic procedures in providing nursing care to patientHas wide knowledge and understanding  of explaining common diagnostic procedures in providing nursing care to patient
Skills required in assisting diagnostic procedures correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying skills required in assisting diagnostic proceduresHas knowledge and understanding  of applying skills required in assisting diagnostic proceduresHas wide knowledge and understanding  of applying skills required in assisting diagnostic procedures
Nursing care to patient undergoing diagnostic procedure correctly providedHas knowledge of providing Nursing care to patient undergoing diagnostic procedureHas knowledge and understanding of providing Nursing care to patient undergoing diagnostic procedureHas wide knowledge  and understanding of providing Nursing care to patient undergoing diagnostic procedure

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Complex medical and surgical conditions correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying Complex medical and surgical conditionsHas knowledge and understanding of identifying Complex medical and surgical conditionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying Complex medical and surgical conditions
The observation skills in identifying complication in patients with complex medical/surgical conditions correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing observation skills in identifying complication in patients with complex medical/surgicalHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing observation skills in identifying complication in patients with complex medical/surgicalHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing observation skills in identifying complication in patients with complex medical/surgical
Nursing care to patients with complex medical/surgical conditions correctly providedHas knowledge of providing nursing care to patients with complex medical/surgicalHas knowledge and understanding of providing nursing care to patients with complex medical/surgicalHas wide knowledge and understanding of providing nursing care to patients with complex medical/surgical

 

 

 

Common complex medical and surgical condition to a child correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying common complex medical and surgical conditions to a childHas knowledge and understanding of identifying common complex medical and surgical conditions to a childHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying common complex medical and surgical conditions to a child
Observation skills in early identification of child with complex medical/surgical conditions correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing observation skills in early identification of child with complex medical/surgical conditionsHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing observation skills in early identification of child with complex medical/surgical conditionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing observation skills in early identification of child with complex medical/surgical conditions
Quality care to a child with complex medical and surgical conditions correctly renderedHas knowledge of rendering quality care to a child with complex medical and surgical conditionsHas knowledge and understanding of rendering quality care to a child with complex medical and surgical conditionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of rendering quality care to a child with complex medical and surgical conditions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Common terms used in nursing theories correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying common terms used in nursing theoriesHas knowledge and understanding of identifying common terms used in nursing theoriesHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying common terms used in nursing theories
Purpose of nursing theories correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining purpose of nursing theoriesHas knowledge and understanding of explaining purpose of nursing theoriesHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining purpose of nursing theories
Different theories applied in nursing practice correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining different theories applied in nursing practiceHas knowledge and understanding of explaining different theories applied in nursing practiceHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining different theories applied in nursing practice
Advantages and disadvantages of different nursing theories correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying advantages and disadvantages of different nursing theoriesHas knowledge and understanding of identifying advantages and disadvantages of different nursing theoriesHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying advantages and disadvantages of different nursing theories

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appropriate nursing theories in providing care to patients with medical and surgical conditions correctly determinedHas knowledge of determining appropriate nursing theories in providing care to patients with medical and surgical conditionsHas knowledge and understanding of determining appropriate nursing theories in providing care to patients with medical and surgical conditionsHas wide knowledge and understanding of determining appropriate nursing theories in providing care to patients with medical and surgical conditions
Nursing theories in providing care to patients with medical and surgical condition correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing nursing theories in providing care to patients with medical and surgical conditionHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing nursing theories in providing care to patients with medical and surgical conditionHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing nursing theories in providing care to patients with medical and surgical condition
Common terms used in quality nursing and quality assurance correctly definedHas knowledge of defining common terms used in quality nursing and quality assuranceHas knowledge and understanding of defining common terms used in quality nursing and quality assuranceHas knowledge and understanding of defining common terms used in quality nursing and quality assurance

 

Aims and objectives of quality nursing and quality assurance correctly statedHas knowledge of stating aims and objectives of quality nursing and quality assuranceHas knowledge and understanding of stating aims and objectives of quality nursing and quality assuranceHas wide knowledge and understanding of stating aims and objectives of quality nursing and quality assurance
Standards of performing quality nursing care correctly listedHas knowledge of listing standards of performing quality nursing careHas knowledge and understanding of listing standards of performing quality nursing careHas wide knowledge and understanding of listing standards of performing quality nursing care
Tools used in evaluating quality nursing care correctly identifiedHas knowledge of indentifying tools used in evaluating quality nursing careHas knowledge and understanding of indentifying tools used in evaluating quality nursing careHas wide knowledge and understanding of indentifying tools used in evaluating quality nursing care
Steps used in evaluating quality nursing care correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining steps used in evaluating quality nursing careHas knowledge and understanding of explaining steps used in evaluating quality nursing careHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining steps used in evaluating quality nursing care

 

Evaluation tools when performing quality nursing care correctly usedHas knowledge of using evaluation tools when performing quality nursing careHas knowledge and understanding of using evaluation tools when performing quality nursing careHas wide knowledge and understanding of using evaluation tools when performing quality nursing care
Terms epidemiology and demography correctly definedHas knowledge of identifying terms epidemiology and demographyHas knowledge and understanding of identifying terms epidemiology and demographyHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying terms epidemiology and demography
Terms and method used in epidemiological studies correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying terms and method used in epidemiological studiesHas knowledge and understanding of identifying terms and method used in epidemiological studiesHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying terms and method used in epidemiological studies
Demography and vital statistics correctly describedHas knowledge of describing demography and vital statisticsHas knowledge and understanding  of describing demography and vital statisticsHas wide knowledge and understanding  of describing demography and vital statistics

 

Importance of health indicators and vital statistics in provision of health care correctly outlinedHas knowledge of outlining importance of health indicators and vital statistics in provision of health careHas knowledge and understanding of outlining importance of health indicators and vital statistics in provision of health careHas wide knowledge and understanding of outlining importance of health indicators and vital statistics in provision of health care
Common health indicators that influence health in community correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying common health indicators that influence health in community correctly identifiedHas knowledge and understanding of identifying common health indicators that influence health in community correctly identifiedHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying common health indicators that influence health in community correctly identified
The term biostatics correctly definedHas knowledge of defining term biostaticsHas knowledge and understanding  of defining the term biostaticsHas wide knowledge and understanding  of defining the term biostatics
The importance of biostatics correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining importance of biostaticsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining importance of biostaticsHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining importance of biostatics

 

 

   correctly explained
Involvement of community members in identifying their priorities based their needs and available information correctly doneHas knowledge of involving community members in identifying their priorities based their needs and available informationHas knowledge and understanding of involving community members in identifying their priorities based their needs and available informationHas wide knowledge and understanding of involving community members in identifying their priorities based their needs and available information
Abilities in using knowledge of epidemiology, and biostatics in planning and implementation of community health care correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of demonstrating abilities in using knowledge of epidemiology, and biostatics in planning and implementation of community health careHas knowledge and understanding of demonstrating abilities in using knowledge of epidemiology, and biostatics in planning and implementation of community health careHas wide knowledge and understanding of demonstrating abilities in using knowledge of epidemiology, and biostatics in planning and implementation of community health care
Community health practices/programmes based on health indicators and vital statistics correctlyHas knowledge of monitoring and evaluating Community health practices/programmesHas knowledge and understanding of monitoring and evaluating Community healthHas wide knowledge and understanding of

 

 

 

monitored and evaluatedbased on health indicators and vital statisticspractices/programmes based on health indicators and vital statisticsmonitoring and evaluating Community health practices/programmes based on health indicators and vital statistics
Term research correctly definedHas knowledge of defining term researchHas knowledge and understanding of defining term researchHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining term research
Type of research correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining type of researchHas knowledge and understanding of explaining type of researchHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining type of research
The sources of research correctly listedHas knowledge of listing sources of researchHas knowledge and understanding of listing sources of researchHas wide knowledge and understanding of listing sources of research
Steps in developing a mini research proposal correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining steps in developing a mini research proposalHas knowledge and understanding of explaining steps in developing a mini research proposalHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining steps in developing a

 

 

 

 

   mini research proposal
The mini research problem correctly formulatedHas knowledge of formulating mini research problemHas knowledge and understanding of formulating mini research problemHas wide knowledge and understanding of formulating mini research problem
The objectives of the mini research correctly statedHas knowledge of stating the objectives of the mini researchHas knowledge and understanding of stating the objectives of the mini researchHas wide knowledge and understanding of stating the objectives of the mini research
The methodology for the mini research correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying methodology for the mini researchHas knowledge and understanding of identifying methodology for the mini researchHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying methodology for the mini research
Ability in developing the mini research proposal correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of demonstrating Ability in developing the mini research proposalHas knowledge and understanding of demonstrating Ability in developing the mini research proposalHas wide knowledge and understanding of demonstrating Ability in developing the mini research proposal
Computer knowledge and skills in processingHas knowledge of applying computerHas knowledge and understanding ofHas wide knowledge

 

data analysis correctly appliedknowledge and skills in processing data analysisapplying computer knowledge and skills in processing data analysisand understanding of applying basic computer knowledge and skills in processing data analysis
Ability to analyze data by using computer correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of demonstrating ability to analyze data by using computerHas knowledge and understanding of demonstrating ability to analyze data by using computerHas wide knowledge and understanding of demonstrating ability to analyze data by using computer
Format of report writing correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining teaching using appropriate teaching methodsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining teaching using appropriate teaching methodsHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining teaching using appropriate teaching methods
Basic computer knowledge in processing mini research report correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying basic computer knowledge in processing mini research reportHas knowledge and understanding of applying basic computer knowledge in processing mini research reportHas wide knowledge and understanding of applying basic computer knowledge in processing mini research report

 

 

Critiquing knowledge in analyzing research findings correctly  appliedHas knowledge of applying critiquing knowledge in analyzing research findingsHas knowledge and understanding of applying critiquing knowledge in analyzing research findingsHas wide knowledge and understanding of applying critiquing knowledge in analyzing research findings
Research findings correctly disseminatedHas knowledge of disseminated research findingsHas knowledge and understanding of disseminated research findingsHas wide knowledge and understanding of disseminated research findings
Best practices for improving the quality of health care correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying best practices for improving the quality of health careHas knowledge and understanding of identifying best practices for improving the quality of health careHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying best practices for improving the quality of health care
Abilities for implementing evidence based care to improve the quality of health care correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of demonstrating abilities for implementing evidence based care to improve the quality of health careHas knowledge and understanding of demonstrating abilities for implementing evidence based care to improve the quality of health careHas wide knowledge and understanding of demonstrating abilities for implementing evidence based care to improve the quality of health care

 

 

 

Nursing care of neurotic patient correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining nursing care of neurotic patientHas knowledge and understanding of explaining nursing care of neurotic patientHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining nursing care of neurotic patient
Nursing care of the patient with psychotic disorders correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Nursing care of the patient with psychotic disordersHas knowledge and understanding of explaining Nursing care of the patient with psychotic disordersHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining Nursing care of the patient with psychotic disorders
Nursing care of patient with social and personality disorders correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Nursing care of patient with social and personality disordersHas knowledge and understanding of explaining Nursing care of patient with social and personality disordersHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining Nursing care of patient with social and personality disorders
Nursing care of patient with mental retardation correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Nursing care of patient with mental retardationHas knowledge and understanding of explaining Nursing care of patient with mental retardationHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining Nursing care of patient with mental retardation

 

 

 

 

 

Nursing intervention of children with evidence of disturbed behavior correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Nursing intervention of children with evidence of disturbed behaviorHas knowledge and understanding of explaining Nursing intervention of children with evidence of disturbed behaviorHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining Nursing intervention of children with evidence of disturbed behavior
Nursing intervention in adolescent with evidence of disturbed behavior correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Nursing intervention in adolescent with evidence of disturbed behaviorHas knowledge and understanding of explaining Nursing intervention in adolescent with evidence of disturbed behaviorHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining Nursing intervention in adolescent with evidence of disturbed behavior
Nursing intervention in elderly with evidence of disturbed behavior correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Nursing intervention in elderly with evidence of disturbed behaviorHas knowledge and understanding of explaining Nursing intervention in elderly with evidence of disturbed behaviorHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining Nursing intervention in elderly with evidence of disturbed behavior

 

 

 

Role of nurse on provision of different therapies correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining role of nurse on provision of different therapiesHas knowledge and understanding of explaining role of nurse on provision of different therapiesHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining role of nurse on provision of different therapies
Use, benefit and limitation of therapy are correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying use, benefit and limitation of therapyHas knowledge and understanding of identifying use, benefit and limitation of therapyHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying use, benefit and limitation of therapy
The limitation of different therapies used in mental illness correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying the limitation of different therapies used in mental illnessHas knowledge and understanding of identifying the limitation of different therapies used in mental illnessHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying the limitation of different therapies used in mental illness
Individual with mental illness for the provision of mental health therapies correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying Individual with mental illness for the provision of mental health therapiesHas knowledge and understanding of identifying Individual with mental illness for the provision of mental health therapiesHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying Individual with mental illness for the

 

 

 

   provision of mental health therapies
Various therapies in the hospital and community setting are correctly educatedHas knowledge of conducting Various therapies in the hospital and community settingHas knowledge and understanding of conducting Various therapies in the hospital and community settingHas wide knowledge and understanding of conducting Various therapies in the hospital and community setting
Mental status evaluation correctly definedHas knowledge of defining Mental status evaluationHas knowledge and understanding of defining Mental status evaluationHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining Mental status evaluation
Main components of mental health evaluation correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying Main components of mental health evaluationHas knowledge and understanding of identifying Main components of mental health evaluationHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying Main components of mental health evaluation
Mental status assessment correctly educatedHas knowledge of Mental status assessmentHas knowledge and understanding of Mental status assessmentHas wide knowledge and understanding of Mental status assessment

 

 

The steps for formulating nursing diagnosis correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the steps for formulating nursing diagnosisHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the steps for formulating nursing diagnosisHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining the steps for formulating nursing diagnosis
Nursing diagnosis for provision of nursing care to the mental ill patients correctly formulatedHas knowledge of formulating Nursing diagnosis for provision of nursing care to the mentally ill patientsHas knowledge and understanding of formulating Nursing diagnosis for provision of nursing care to the mentally ill patientsHas wide knowledge and understanding of formulating Nursing diagnosis for provision of nursing care to the mentally ill patients
Nursing care to mentally ill patient correctly plannedHas knowledge of planning Nursing care to mentally ill patientHas knowledge and understanding of planning Nursing care to mentally ill patientHas wide knowledge and understanding of planning Nursing care to mentally ill patient
Nursing intervention according to the plan correctly providedHas knowledge of providing Nursing intervention according to the planHas knowledge and understanding of providing Nursing intervention according to the planHas wide knowledge and understanding of providing Nursing intervention according to the plan

 

 

The relationship between believes, taboos, gender and custom with mental illness correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the relationship between believes, taboos, gender and custom with mental illnessHas knowledge and understanding of explaining the relationship between believes, taboos, gender and custom with mental illnessHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining the relationship between believes, taboos, gender and custom with mental illness
Stigma toward mental ill patients correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Stigma toward mental ill patientsHas knowledge and understanding of explaining Stigma toward mental ill patientsHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining Stigma toward mental ill patients
Management of mental ill patient in the community correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Management of mental ill patient in the communityHas knowledge and understanding of explaining Management of mental ill patient in the communityHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining Management of mental ill patient in the community
Resources of mental health services correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying mental health servicesHas knowledge and understanding of identifying resources of mental health Services

 

Has wide knowledge and understanding of identifying resources of

mental health services

 

 

 

 

Community support system in caring of mental ill patients correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing Community support system in caring of mental ill patientsHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing Community support system in caring of mental ill patientsHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing Community support system in caring of mental ill patients
Mental health in all health practice services correctly integratedHas knowledge of integrating Mental health in all health practice servicesHas knowledge and understanding of integrating Mental health in all health practice servicesHas wide knowledge  and understanding of integrating Mental health in all health practice services
Good social cultural practices during care of the women and families during pregnancy, labour and motherhood periods correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying Good social cultural practices during care of the women and families during pregnancy, labour and motherhood periodsHas knowledge and understanding of identifying Good social cultural practices during care of the women and families during pregnancy, labour and motherhood periodsHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying Good social cultural practices during care of the women and families during pregnancy, labour and motherhood periods

 

Health education to encourage good social cultural practices in the community correctly providedHas knowledge of providing Health education to encourage good social cultural practices in the communityHas knowledge and understanding of providing Health education to encourage good social cultural practices in the communityHas wide knowledge and understanding of providing Health education to encourage good social cultural practices in the community
Term safe motherhood correctly definedHas knowledge of defining term safe motherhoodHas knowledge and understanding of defining term safe motherhoodHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining term safe motherhood
Pillars of safe motherhood correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining pillars of safe motherhoodHas knowledge and understanding of explaining pillars of safe motherhoodHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining pillars of safe motherhood
Knowledge of safe motherhood pillars in provision of quality midwifery care correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying safe motherhood pillars in provision of quality midwifery careHas knowledge and understanding of applying safe motherhood pillars in provision of quality midwifery careHas wide knowledge

and understanding of applying safe motherhood pillars in provision of quality midwifery care

 

The applicable research findings correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying the applicable research findingsHas knowledge and understanding of identifying the applicable research findingsHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying the applicable research findings
The process of introducing the research findings/changes in the care correctly outlinedHas knowledge of outlining the process of introducing the research findings/changes in the careHas knowledge and understanding of outlining the process of introducing the research findings/changes in the careHas wide knowledge and understanding of outlining the process of introducing the research findings/changes in the care
Knowledge and skills for introducing appropriately the approved care correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing knowledge and skills for introducing appropriately the approved careHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing knowledge and skills for introducing appropriately the approved careHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing knowledge and skills for introducing appropriately the approved care
Women with abnormal/high risk pregnancy correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying women with abnormal/high risk pregnancyHas knowledge and understanding of identifying women with abnormal/high risk PregnancyHas wide knowledge and understanding of Identifying women with abnormal/ high risk pregnancy

 

Use of partograph  in identifying abnormal labour is correctly describedHas knowledge of describing use of partograph in identifying abnormal labourHas knowledge and understanding of describing use of partograph in identifying abnormal labourHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing use of partograph in identifying abnormal labour
Causes of abnormal pueperium correctly describedHas knowledge of describing causes of abnormal pueperiumHas knowledge and understanding of describing causes of abnormal pueperiumHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing causes of abnormal pueperium
Different type of abnormal and high risk pregnancy correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying different types of abnormal and high risk pregnancyHas knowledge and understanding of identifying different types of abnormal and high risk pregnancyHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying different types of abnormal and high risk pregnancy
Immediate  care to women with abnormal or high risk conditions correctly providedHas knowledge of identifying and referring women with complicated pregnancy correctlyHas knowledge and understanding of identifying and referring women with complicated pregnancy correctlyHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying and referring women with complicated pregnancy correctly

 

 

Women with complicated pregnancy correctly identified and referredHas knowledge of identifying and referring women with complicated pregnancy correctlyHas knowledge and understanding of identifying and referring women  with complicated pregnancy correctlyHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying and referring women with complicated pregnancy  correctly
Techniques for  preventing complications of  pregnancy correctly describedHas knowledge of describing  abnormal labour and deliveryHas knowledge and understanding of describing abnormal labour and deliveryHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing abnormal labour and delivery
The abnormal labour and delivery correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying the abnormal labour and deliveryHas knowledge and understanding of identifying the abnormal labour and deliveryHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying the abnormal labour and delivery
The principles of abnormal labour and deliveries are correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining the principles of abnormal labour and deliveriesHas knowledge and understanding of explaining  the principles ofHas wide knowledge and understanding

 

 

  abnormal labour and deliveriesof explaining the principles abnormal labour and deliveries
Women with deep-transverse arrest correctly describedHas knowledge of describing women with deep-transverse arrestHas knowledge and understanding of describing women with deep-transverse arrestHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing women with deep-transverse arrest
Women in labour with breech, face and brow presentations correctly differentiatedHas knowledge of differentiated women in labour with breech, face  and brow presentationsHas knowledge and understanding of differentiating women in labour with breech , face and brow presentationsHas wide knowledge and understanding of differentiating women in labour with breech, face and brow presentations
Complications of breech delivery correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining complications of breech deliveryHas knowledge and understanding of explaining complications of breech deliveryHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining complications of breech delivery
Women in labour with occipital posterior position correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining women in labour with occipital posterior positionHas knowledge and understanding of explaining women in labour with occipital posterior positionHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining women in labour with occipital posterior position
     

 

 

Complications associated with posterior position correctly detectedHas knowledge of detecting complications associated with posterior positionHas knowledge and understanding of detecting complications associated with posterior positionHas wide knowledge and understanding of detecting complications associated with posterior position
The management of women with abnormal labour and delivery correctly describedHas knowledge of describing management of women with abnormal labour and deliveryHas knowledge and understanding of describing management of women with abnormal labour and deliveryHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing management of women with abnormal labour and delivery
Abilities in managing women with abnormal pueperium correctly demonstratedHas knowledge of demonstrating abilities in managing women with abnormal pueperiumHas knowledge and understanding of abilities in managing women with abnormal pueperiumHas wide knowledge and understanding of abilities in managing women with abnormal pueperium
The term life saving skills correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the term life saving skillsHas knowledge and understanding of the term life saving SkillsHas wide knowl understanding of the term life saving skills edge   and

 

Ways to collaborate with supervisors, DHMT, facility staffs and community members to plan implement life saving skills correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying ways to collaborate with supervisors, DHMT, facility staff and community members to plan implement life saving skillsHas knowledge and understanding  of identifying ways to collaborate with supervisors, DHMT, facility staff and community members to plan implement life  saving skillsHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying ways collaborate with supervisors, DHMT, facility staff and community members to plan implement life saving skills
Obstetric emergencies correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining obstetric emergenciesHas knowledge and understanding of obstetric EmergenciesHas wide knowledge and understanding of obstetric emergencies
Women with obstetric emergencies correctly managedHas knowledge of managing women with obstetric emergenciesHas knowledge understanding of women with obstetric emergenciesHas wide knowledge and understanding of women with obstetric emergencies
Conditions that need emergency care to women during labour and puerperium correctlyHas knowledge of describing conditions that need emergency care to women during labourHas knowledge and understanding of describing conditionsHas wide knowledge and understanding

 

Describedand pueperiumthat need emergency care to women during labour and pueperiumof describing conditions that need emergency care to the women during labour and pueperium
Care to women with condition that need emergency care correctly providedHas knowledge of providing care to women with condition that need emergency careHas knowledge and understanding of providing care to women with condition that need emergency careHas wide knowledge and understanding of providing care to women with condition that need emergency care
Principles emergency obstetric care to women with abnormal labour and puerperium correctly  identifiedHas knowledge of identifying principles emergency obstetric care to women with abnormal labour and pueperiumHas knowledge and understanding of identifying principles emergency obstetric care to women with abnormal labour and pueperiumHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying principles emergency obstetric care to women with abnormal labour and pueperium
Principles of emergency obstetric care in managing women with abnormal labour and pueperium correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing principle of emergency obstetric care in managing women with abnormal labour and pueperiumHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing principle of emergency obstetric care in managing women with abnormal labour and pueperiumHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing principle of emergency obstetric care in managing women  with abnormal labour and  pueperium

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maternal and neonatal records for improving the quality of EMOc correctly usedHas knowledge of using maternal and neonatal  records for improving the quality of EMOcHas knowledge and understanding of using maternal and neonatal records for improving the quality the quality of EMOcHas wide knowledge and understanding of using maternal and neonatal records for improving the quality of EMOc
Common health problems, birth injuries, congenital malformations and dis orders of the newborn baby correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining common health problems, birth injuries, congenital malformations and disorders of the newborn babyHas knowledge and understanding of explaining common health problems, birth injuries, congenital malformations and disorders of the newborn  babyHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining common health problems, birth injuries, congenital malformations and disorders of  the newborn baby
Common minor and serious disorders of the newborn correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying common minor and serious disorders of the newbornHas knowledge and understanding of identifying common minor and serious disorders of the newbornHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying common minor and serious disorders of the newborn

 

 

 

Newborns with common problems and congenital disorders correctly managedHas knowledge of managing Newborns with common problems and congenital disordersHas knowledge and understanding of Newborns with common problems and congenital disordersHas wide knowledge and understanding of managing Newborns with common problems and congenital disorders
The  terms teaching and learning correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the terms teaching and learningHas knowledge and understanding of defining the terms teaching and learningHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining the terms teaching and learning
Principles of teaching and learning correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying principles of teaching and learningHas knowledge and understanding of identifying principles of teaching and learningHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying principles of teaching and learning
Explain the characteristics of an effective teacherHas knowledge on characteristics of an effective teacherHas knowledge and understanding on characteristics of an effective teacherHas wide knowledge and understanding on characteristics of an effective teacher

 

Teaching and learning theories correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying teaching and learning theoriesHas knowledge and understanding of identifying teaching and learning theoriesHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying teaching and learning theories
Theories of teaching and learning correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining theories of teaching and learningHas knowledge and understanding of explaining theories of teaching and learningHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining theories of teaching and learning
Teaching and learning methods correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying Teaching and learning methodsHas knowledge and understanding of identifying teaching and learning methodsHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying teaching and learning methods
Identify styles of learningHas knowledge of styles of learningHas knowledge and understanding of styles of learningHas wide knowledge and understanding of styles of learning

 

 

 

 

The advantages of self directed learning correctly explainedHas knowledge of advantages of self directed learningHas knowledge and understanding on advantages of self directed learningHas wide knowledge and understanding on advantages of self directed learning
Identifying characteristics of learners/audienceHas knowledge of characteristics of learners/audienceHas knowledge and understanding on characteristics of learners/audienceHas wide knowledge and understanding on characteristics of learners/audience
Select appropriate teaching methodsHas knowledge of appropriate teaching methodsHas knowledge and understanding on appropriate teaching methodsHas wide  knowledge and understanding on appropriate teaching methods
Select appropriate audio visual aidsHas knowledge of appropriate audio visual aidsHas knowledge and understanding of appropriate audio visual aidsHas wide knowledge and understanding of appropriate audio visual aids
Prepare a lesson planHas knowledge of preparing a lesson planHas knowledge and understanding of preparing a lesson planHas wide knowledge and understanding of preparing a lesson plan

 

 

Conduct teaching using appropriate teaching methodsHas knowledge of conducting teaching by using appropriate teaching methodsHas knowledge and understanding of conducting teaching by using appropriate teaching methodsHas wide knowledge and understanding of conducting teaching by using appropriate teaching methods
Explain the concept of microteachingHas knowledge on concept of microteachingHas knowledge and understanding on concept of microteachingHas wide knowledge and understanding on concept of microteaching
Explain steps of microteachingHas knowledge on steps of microteachingHas knowledge and understanding on steps of microteachingHas wide knowledge and understanding on steps of microteaching
Identify microteaching cycleHas knowledge of microteaching cycleHas knowledge and understanding of microteaching cycleHas wide knowledge and understanding of microteaching cycle
Identify different evaluation methods in teaching and learningHas knowledge of different evaluation methods in teaching and learningHas knowledge and understanding of different evaluation methods in teaching and learningHas wide knowledge and understanding of different evaluation methods in teaching and learning

 

 

 

The terms leadership, management correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the terms leadership, managementHas knowledge and understanding of defining the terms leadership, managementHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining the terms leadership, management
Management and leadership theories correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Management and leadership theoriesHas knowledge and understanding of explaining Management and leadership theoriesHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining Management and leadership theories
Theoretical development of management theory correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining theoretical development of management theoryHas knowledge and understanding of explaining theoretical development of management theoryHas wide knowledge   and understanding of explaining theoretical development of management theory
Definition of the term entrepreneurship correctly definedHas knowledge of defining definition of the term entrepreneurshipHas knowledge and understanding of defining definition of the term entrepreneurshipHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining definition of the term Entrepreneurship

 

 

The concept of entrepreneurship in health care correctly describedHas knowledge of describing the concept of entrepreneurship in health careHas knowledge and understanding of describing the concept of entrepreneurship in health careHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing the concept of entrepreneurship in health care
Importance of entrepreneurship in health care correctly describedHas knowledge of describing the importance of entrepreneurship in health careHas knowledge and understanding of describing the importance of entrepreneurship in health careHas wide knowledge and understanding of describing the importance of entrepreneurship in health care
Different area in health services to which entrepreneurship apply correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining different area in health services to which entrepreneurship applyHas knowledge and understanding of explaining different area in health services to which entrepreneurship applyHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining different area in health services to which entrepreneurship apply

 

 

Characteristic of entrepreneurship are correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Characteristic of entrepreneurshipHas knowledge and understanding of explaining Characteristic of entrepreneurshipHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining Characteristic of entrepreneurship
Knowledge and skills of entrepreneurship in provision of quality nursing care correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing knowledge and skills of entrepreneurship in provision of quality nursing careHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing knowledge and skills of entrepreneurship in provision of quality nursing careHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing knowledge and skills of entrepreneurship in provision of quality nursing care
Functions and role of a leader correctly enumeratedHas knowledge of enumerating functions and role of a leaderHas knowledge and understanding of enumerating functions and role of a leaderHas wide knowledge and understanding of enumerating functions and role of a leader
Functions and role manager correctly listedHas knowledge of listing function and roles of a managerHas knowledge and understanding of listing function and roles of a managerHas wide knowledge and understanding of listing function and roles of a manager

 

Qualities of a good leader and manager in nursing correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining qualities of a good leader and manager in nursingHas knowledge and understanding of explaining qualities of a good leader and manager in nursingHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining qualities of a good leader and manager in nursing
Problem solving approaches correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining Problem solving approachesHas knowledge and understanding of explaining Problem solving approachesHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining Problem solving approaches
Knowledge and skills in problems solving approach are correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying knowledge and skills in problems solving approachHas knowledge and understanding of applying knowledge and skills in problems solving approachHas wide knowledge and understanding of applying knowledge and skills in problems solving approach
Steps of decision making are correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining steps of decision makingHas knowledge and understanding of explaining steps of decision makingHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining steps of decision making
Clinical judgment skills in making appropriate nursing care decisions correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying clinical judgment skills in making appropriate nursing care decisionsHas knowledge and understanding of applying clinical judgment skills in making appropriate nursing care decisionsHas knowledge and understanding of applying clinical judgment skills in making appropriate nursing care decisions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The term recruitment correctly definedHas knowledge of defining recruitmentHas knowledge and understanding of defining recruitmentHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining recruitment
Process of recruitment correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining process of recruitmentHas knowledge and understanding of process of recruitmentHas wide knowledge and understanding of process of recruitment
Knowledge and skills on recruitment procedures correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing knowledge and skills on recruitment proceduresHas knowledge and understanding of utilizing knowledge and skills on recruitment proceduresHas wide knowledge and understanding of utilizing knowledge and skills on recruitment procedures
Performance appraisal correctly definedHas knowledge of defining performance appraisalHas knowledge and understanding of defining performance appraisalHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining performance appraisal
Methods/tools of performance appraisal correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining methods/tools of performance appraisalHas knowledge and understanding of explaining methods/tools of performance appraisalHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining methods/tools
   for performance appraisal
Performance appraisal techniques in evaluating nursing staff correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying performance appraisal techniques in evaluating nursing staffHas knowledge and understanding of applying performance appraisal techniques in evaluating nursing staffHas wide knowledge

and understanding of applying performance appraisal techniques in evaluating nursing staff

The term scheme of service correctly definedHas knowledge of defining scheme of serviceHas knowledge and understanding of defining scheme of serviceHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining scheme of service
The various current remuneration in nursing profession properly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying various current remuneration in nursing professionHas knowledge and understanding of identifying various current remuneration in nursing professionHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying various current remuneration in nursing profession
The various current remuneration in nursing are applied correctly in daily life situationHas knowledge of applying various current remuneration in nursing in daily lifeHas knowledge and understanding of applying various current remuneration in nursing in daily lifeHas wide knowledge and understanding of applying various current remuneration in nursing in daily life

 

 

 

Quality and control correctly definedHas knowledge of defining quality and controlHas knowledge and understanding of defining quality and controlHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining quality and control
Quality control process correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining quality control processHas knowledge and understanding of explaining quality control processHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining quality control process
Person to be involved in quality control correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying Person to be involved in quality controlHas knowledge and understanding of identifying Person to be involved in quality controlHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying Person to be involved in quality control
Constraints of quality control correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining constraints of quality controlHas knowledge and understanding of explaining constraints of quality controlHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining constraints of quality control
Types of motivation correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining types of motivationHas knowledge and understanding of explaining types of motivationHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining types of motivation
Strategies for creating a motivating climate correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining strategies for creating a motivating climateHas knowledge and understanding of explaining strategies for creating a motivating climateHas wide knowledge and understanding of explaining strategies for creating a motivating climate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Factors that motivate staffs at work place correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying factors that motivate staffs at work placeHas knowledge and understanding of identifying factors that motivate staffs at work placeHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying factors that motivate staffs at work place
Available and relevant resources in promoting good working environment correctly maintainedHas knowledge of maintaining available and relevant resources in promoting good working environmentHas knowledge and understanding of maintaining available and relevant resources in promoting good working environmentHas wide knowledge and understanding of maintaining available and relevant resources in promoting good working environment
Leadership roles and management functions in managing personnel in various setting correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying leadership roles and management functions in managing personnel in various settingHas knowledge and understanding of identifying leadership roles and management functions in managing personnel in various settingHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying leadership roles and management functions in managing personnel in various settings

 

 

Leadership roles and management functions in managing materials and supplies at various setting correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying leadership roles and management functions in managing materials and supplies at various settingHas knowledge and understanding of identifying leadership roles and management functions in managing materials and supplies at various settingHas wide knowledge and understanding of identifying leadership roles and management functions in managing materials and supplies at various setting
Skills of leadership, management and team building process in managing nursing activities correctly utilizedHas knowledge of utilizing skills of leadership, management and team building process in managing nursing activitiesHas knowledge and understanding  of utilizing skills of leadership, management and team building process in managing nursing activitiesHas wide knowledge and understanding  of utilizing skills of leadership, management and team building process in managing nursing activities
Standing orders correctly definedHas knowledge of defining standing ordersHas knowledge and understanding of defining standing ordersHas wide knowledge and understanding of defining standing orders
Government standing order for public services in Zanzibar correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying government standing order for public services in ZanzibarHas knowledge and understanding of identifying government standing order for public services in ZanzibarHas knowledge and understanding of identifying government standing order for public services in Zanzibar Standing Orders for public services in Zanzibar

 

 

 

Government Standing Orders correctly adheredHas knowledge of adhering to Government Standing OrdersHas knowledge and understanding adhering to Government Standing OrdersHas wide  knowledge and understanding adhering to Government Standing Orders
The term change correctly definedHas knowledge of defining the term changeHas knowledge and understanding of defining the term changeHas wide knowledge and understanding  of defining the term change
Factors to consider in introducing change correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining factors to consider in introducing changeHas knowledge and understanding  of explaining factors to consider in introducing changeHas wide knowledge and understanding  of explaining factors to consider in introducing change
Factors leading to resistance to change correctly identifiedHas knowledge of identifying resistance to changeHas knowledge and understanding  of identifying resistance to changeHas wide knowledge and understanding  of identifying resistance to change

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ways to reduce resistance to change correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining ways to reduce resistance to changeHas knowledge and understanding  of explaining ways to reduce resistance to changeHas wide knowledge and understanding  of explaining ways to reduce resistance to change
Managerial skills in managing planned change correctly appliedHas knowledge applying managerial skills in managing a planned changeHas knowledge and understanding  of applying managerial skills in managing a planned changeHas wide knowledge and understanding  of applying managerial skills in managing a planned change
Conflict correctly definedHas knowledge of defining conflictHas knowledge and understanding  of defining conflictHas wide knowledge and understanding  of defining conflict
Causes of conflict at work places correctly explainedHas knowledge of explaining causes of conflict at work placesHas wide knowledge and understanding  of explaining causes of conflict at work placesHas wide knowledge and understanding  of explaining causes of conflict at work places
Knowledge and skills for resolving conflicts correctly appliedHas knowledge of applying knowledge and skills in resolving conflictsHas knowledge and understanding  of applying knowledge and skills in resolving conflictsHas wide knowledge and understanding  of applying knowledge and skills in resolving conflicts knowledge and skills in resolving conflicts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF MODULES.

Code:              NM 06121

Name:             Basic Parasitology and Entomology

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

1.1.1 Explain basic concepts of parasitology and entomology in relation to clients/patient care
1.1.2 Apply knowledge of parasitology in provision of quality nursing care

 

Prerequisite Modules:                      None

Learning Context.

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, coaching, demonstration, practical and workplace learning.

Learning Content

Learning Materials/Facilities

Facilities:

Multifunctional room/skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices.

 

Learning and teaching materials:                                                                                                The following learning and teaching  materials will be used (not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, Computers, Flip charts, White and black boards, Chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

References:

  1. Jeffrey, Hc. and Leach, R. 1991. Atlas of medical Helmithology and protozoology 3rd

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code:              NM06122

Name:             Elementary Biochemistry

Sub – enabling Outcomes:

1.1.3  Describe  the  concepts of  biochemistry  in  provision  of  quality  nursing  care
1.1.4  Describe  physiological  factors  which  affect the   fluid  electrolyte  and  acid  base
1.1.5  Explain the of genetics promoting health, prevention and control of diseases
1.1.6  Utilize the knowledge of biochemistry and genetics in provision of care

 

Prerequisite Modules:                      None

Learning Content

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

Learning Content

Prerequisite Modules:

Learning Context

Prerequisite Modules:                      None

Learning Context

This module  will  be   realized  through  lecture   discussion,  tutorials,  seminars,  practical/demonstration,  simulation,  coaching,  illustrated  lecture, role plays, group  discussions, games, brainstorming, buzzing, question  and answers and workplace learning.

Learning Content

Concept of biochemistry in the provision of quality care

Introduction of terms related to biochemistry

Biochemistry

Atoms

Molecules

 

Compounds

Electrolytes and PH

Important biological molecules

Amino Acid and proteins

Carbohydrates

Lipids

Enzymes

Metabolism process

Definition of terms

  • Metabolism, catabolism, anabolism and energy

Metabolism of

  • Carbohydrates
  • Protein
  • Fats

Movement of chemical substances and within the body

Factors affecting fluid and electrolyte balance                                                                                    Diffusion                                                                                                                                      Osmosis                                                                                                                                          Extra-cellular fluid                                                                                                                Intracellular fluid

  • Disorders of fluid and electrolyte balance             Increased chemicals and fluids                                                                                Decreased chemicals and fluids                                                                                  Concepts of genetics in promoting and preventing ill health                                         Introduction to genetics                                                                                 Definition to terms
  • Genetics
  • Oogenesis and Spermatogenesis
  • Chromosomes
  • Gregor Joham Mendels Laws of heredity

Dominant and recessive gene characteristics

Replication of genes

Sex linked hereditary anomalies

Hereditary traits

Learning Materials/Facilities

Facilities:

Multifunctional room / skill laboratory in which students can be accommodates well and other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) Multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, computers, flip charts, while and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes.

References:

  1. Watson, JE. 1997. Medical surgical nursing and related
  2. Physiology. 3rd edition. Saunders. London
  3. Christine Brooker. 1998. Nursing Applications in clinical practice,
  4. Human Structure and function 2nd Edition M. Mosby
  5. Fasman, DG. 1970. Handbook of Biochemistry and molecular  Biology

 

  1. Grishan, Charles Garraett R .2001 principles of biochemistry with a
  2. Human focus engage learning company
  3. Hatchwell, E & Lallo F.2002. Genetics for oncologists. 1st
  4. Remedica group London
  5. Koolman J. Rohm. 2004. Color Atlas of Biochemistry 2nd edition, Thieme Stuttgart- New York
  6. Montgomery, Rex, Dryer et al 1998. Biochemistry a case oriented Approach, Mosby St. Louis.
  7. Pamela C. Champe Richard A. Harvey 2005. Biochemistry 3rd edition Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  8. Priebe, JH. & Skarvan K. 1995. Fundamental of Anaesthesia and Acute Medicine. Cardiovascular Physiology. 1st BMJ Group. London

 

 

Code:              NM06123

 

Name:                         Elementary Epidemiology and Biostatics

 

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

2.1.1 Explain basic concepts of epidemiology and demography
2.1.2 Describe concepts of Biostatics
2.1.3 Utilize knowledge of epidemiology, demography and biostatics in provision of care

 

Prerequisite Modules:                      Note

 

Learning Context

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

 

Learning Content

Basic concept of epidemiology and demography

Definition of term epidemiology and demography

Distribution

Frequency

Determinants

The scope of epidemiology

Natural history of the disease

Stage of natural history of the disease

The measurement of health morbidity and mortality

Prevalence and incidence

Ratio

Rule                                                                                                                                              Proportion                                                                                                                        Descriptive methods for qualitative and quantitative data

Describe concept of biostatic                                                                                                                   Basic concept of biostatics                                                                                                         Term used in biostatics                                                                                                                   Introduction of biostatics                                                                                                      Types of variable                                                                                                               Frequency of distribution                                                                                                               Vital statistics                                                                                                                            

Measures of location/central tendency                                                                                                       The arithmetic mean                                                                                                                          Mode                                                                                                                                                 Medium                                                                                                                                 Measures of variability                                                                                                                           Range                                                                                                                                                Variance and standard deviation                                                                                             Sources of demographic information                                                                                                Census                                                                                                                                                      Vital registration                                                                                                                Sample survey

Learning materials/Facilities

Facilities:                                                                                                                        Multifunctional room/skills laboratory in which students can be accommodate well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

Learning and teaching materials                                                                                                 The following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, computers, flip charts, white and black boards, chalk and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

References:

  1. Clement-stoneS, McGuire, S.L Eigsti, D.G. (2002) Comprehensive edition, Mosby St. Louis London
  2. Colmer, M>R (2005) Surgery for Nurses. 16th edition Edinburgh Livingstone Churchill
  3. Cook Gordon, 1998, Manson’s Tropical Diseases 20th edition, Tokyo, WB Saunders Company Limited

 

Code:        NM 06124

Name:       Medical Surgical Nursing II

Sub-enabling Outcome:

1.2.1 Identify nursing responsibility in diagnostic procedures
1.2.2 Describe nursing care of the patients with complex medical and surgical conditions/diseases
1.2.3 Provide holistic care to a child with complex medical and surgical conditions/diseases
1.2.4 Utilize principles of theatre technique in nursing patient undergoing surgical procedures
1.3.1 Describe theories/models in nursing process
1.3.2 Apply nursing theories/models in providing care to patients with medical and surgical conditions
1.3.3 Describe quality nursing care and quality Assurance
1.3.4 Describe the evolution process in implementing quality nursing care

 

Prerequisite Modules:     None

Learning Context

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

Learning Content

Nursing theories/models                                                                                                   Nursing care of the patients with complex medical conditions                                               Quality nursing care and quality assurance in nursing                                                        Complex medical and surgical conditions/diseases in children                                     Holistic care to a child with complex medical and surgical conditions/diseases

 

Evaluation process

Learning Materials/Facilities

Facilities:                                                                                                                   Multifunctional room/skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipments and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

Learning and teaching materials                                                                                               The following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, computers, flip charts, white and black boards, chalk and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

Code:              NM 06125

Name: introduction To Research Methodology                                                                      Sub-enabling Outcomes:

2.2.1 Explain the concept of research
2.2.2 Explain the steps in developing research proposal
2.2.3 Develop a workable mini research proposal
2.3.1 Utilize various research methods in data collection relevant to research topic
2.3.2 Utilize computer/manual in processing research data
2.3.3 Develop a workable mini research report for dissemination

 

Prerequisite Modules:          Epidemiology and Biostatics

Learning Context

This module will be conducted through lecturers, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

Learning Content

Apply knowledge of epidemiology, demography and biostatics in community health practice                                                                                                                                   Process of data analysis by using knowledge of epidemiology, demography and biostatics                  Process of report writing by using epidemiology, demography and biostatics

 

Explain concept of research

Definition of term                                                                                                                 Research                                                                                                                                     Health system research                                                                                                            Types of research

Steps in development of a health system research                                                           Selection, analysis and statement of                                                                                          Literature review                                                                                                                 Formulation of objectives                                                                                                     Work plan                                                                                                                              Budget                                                                                                                                                   Plan for project administration and utilization of results                                                 Proposal summary                                                                                                                   Criteria for research selection                                                                                        Component of research methodology

Develop a workable mini research proposal                                                                              Definition of research proposal                                                                                      Component of research proposal

Describe the ways of presenting and disseminating research report                                              Ways presenting and disseminating research report                                                                Ways of distributing the research proposal to donor

Health indicators influence health in the community                                                                        Safe water supply                                                                                                                   Waste disposal                                                                                                                         Food supply                                                                                                                                     Access to preventive and curative health services                                                              Transportation system                                                                                                    Educational facilities                                                                                                             Employment opportunities                                                                                                     Climate conditions                                                                                                                              Size of population                                                                                                                        Cultural believes and practice                                                                                     Internal and external political and economic influences                                                         Formal and informal communication

 

 

 

Reference:

  1. Barbara, ST. 1990. Nursing research an experimental approach
  2. Rebecca, G. 1992. Clinical epidemiology and biostatics
  3. Lewis, HR et al. 1982. Principle of epidemiology A self teaching guide
  4. Corhein V et al. 1995. Designing and conducting health system research project Volume 2 Part 1-2
  5. FD & Beck. TM 2003. Nursing research Methods 7th edition. Philadelphia Lippincott William Wilkins
  6. Brink, H. 2006 Fundamentals of research methodology for health care profession 2nd Cape Town. Juta
  7. Polit B. 2004. Nursing research Principles and Methods, Lippincott Company Philadelphia

Code:              NM 06226

 

Name:             Midwifery III

 

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

4.1.1 Recognize the law, code of standards and guiding midwifery practice in Zanzibar
4.1.2 Differentiate between good and bad cultural include social issue affecting pregnancy, labour and motherhood periods
4.1.3 Utilize research findings in improving midwifery care
4.1.4 Promote good socio-cultural practices during care of women/families during pregnancy, labour and motherhood periods
4.1.5 Utilize approach of self motherhood initiative in provision of quality midwifery care
4.2.1 Describe conditions that need emergency care to the women during pregnancy, labour and puerperium
4.2.2 Apply principle of advance life saving skills in obstetrics (ALSO) in managing women with emergency obstetric conditions
4.2.3 Utilize life saving skills in obstetric emergencies

 

 

 

 

4.3.1 Identify life threatening condition in neonate that need emergency care
4.3.2 Describe neonatal condition that need emergency care
4.3.3 Apply principle of life saving skills in managing neonate with life threatening conditions

 

PREREQUISIT MODULE- Midwifery I & II

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEARNING CONTEXT

In this module the students will in the classroom, skill lab, tutorial and clinical area

 

LEARNING CONTENT

The law, code of conduct and standard guiding midwifery practice in Tanzania

 

Definition of term law, code of conduct and standard

Relationship of law, code of conduct and standard guiding midwifery practice in Tanzania

Importance of using law, code of code of conduct and standard guiding midwifery practice in Tanzania

 

Promote good social cultural practices during care of the women/families during labour and motherhood periods

 

Good social cultural practices during care of the women/families during pregnancy, labour and motherhood periods

Health education on good social cultural practices to the community

 

Utilize approach of safe motherhood initiative in provision of quality midwifery care

 

Definition of safe mother hood

Pillars of safe mother hood

Knowledge of safe motherhood pillars in provision of quality midwifery care

 

Explain abnormal labour delivery and pueperium

 

Different type of abnormal labour

Obstructed labour

Prolonged labour

Deep transverse arrest

Complications of breech delivery and posterior position

Types of abnormal pueperium

 

 

Puerperal infection

Puerperal psychosis

 

Manage women with abnormal labour delivery and pueperium

Causes of abnormal labour and delivery

Knowledge on the uses of patograph findings in identifying abnormal labour

Care to women with different type of abnormal labour

Care women with abnormal pueperium

 

Apply knowledge of life serving skills to women in labour and pueperium

Definition of life saving skills

Ways to collaborate with supervisors, DHMT, facility staff and community members to plan

Implement life saving skills

Life saving skills to women with abnormal labour and pueperium

Conditions that need emergency care to the women during labour and pueperium

Care to the women that need condition to the need emergency care

Principles emergency obstetric care to women with abnormal labour and pueperium

Principle of emergency

Care in managing with abnormal labour and pueperium

Facility and maternal and neonatal records for improving the quality of EMOc

 

Learning Materials/Facilities

 

Facilities:

Multifunctional room/skills laboratory in which students can be accommodate well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

 

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, computers, flip charts, white and black boards, chalk and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

 

References

  1. Beishcher. 1988. Obstetric and the newborns
  2. Betty, RS. 1997. Mayes’ Midwifery A Text book for Midwifery 12th edition. B R Sweet
  1. Dickerson, SS. 1993. Maternal Infant Nursing care. 2nd education
  2. Louise, S. 1992. The Art and Sciences. 1st
  3. Victoria, A. 1988. Text book for Midwifery
  4. Film, VF. 1992. International conference on Nutrition
  5. Margaret, FM. 1981. Text book for Midwives. 9th Churchill living stone Edinburgh London
  6. Joanita, DK. 2004. Maternal and Newborn care
  7. Marget AM. 1998. Life serving skills Manual for Midwifes. 3rd John Snow USAID
  8. 2003. Orientation Programme on Adolescent health for health care provides WHO document proction service Geneva
  9. AYA, 2002. Improve adolescent sexual and reproductive health the nation’s wealth AYA Tanzania
  10. WHO Geneva 2006. Managing eclampsia. 2nd Department of making Pregnancy safer, WHO Geneva.
  11. 2003. Adolescent health and development in the African region. WHO Regional office for Africa. Brazzaville
  12. MOHSW ZANZIBAR. 2008. Clinical guide line for the use of Uteronics in the prevention and treatment of postpartum hemorrhage MOHSW ZANZIBAR
  13. Caroline, F. 1986. Sensitive midwifery
  14. 2002. Post – Abortion care clinical skills curriculum volume 2
  15. 1996. Puerperal sepsis Module education material for teachers of midwifery safe mother hood. WHO. Geneva
  16. 1988. A managerial tool for the prevention of prolonged labour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Code:              NM 06227

Name:  Introduction of teaching and learning

 

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

5.1.1 Explain concept of teaching
5.1.2 Explain concept of learning
5.1.3 Describe the various teaching and learning theories
5.2.1 Explain different teaching and learning methods
5.2.2 Explain the properties of conducive teaching and learning environment
5.2.3 Apply basic principles of teaching and learning in a microteaching session
5.2.4 Describe the process of evaluating both class and clinical teaching
5.3.1 Identify the qualities of a good teacher
5.3.2 Prepare a lesson plan for teaching junior students
5.3.3 Apply basic principles of teaching and learning in a microteaching session
5.3.4 Describe the process of evaluating both class and clinical teaching

 

Prerequisite Modules: Communication skills

 

Learning context

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

 

Learning Content

Definition of teaching and learning

Principles of teaching and learning

Individualization, Motivation, Relevance, Feedback, Repetition, Enjoyment, Systematic, Clarity of objectives, Active learning

Physically, Mentally, Socially, Intellectual

Task of teacher

Planning, Communication, providing resources, counseling, assessment, continuing self education

Theories of learning

Behaviorist psychologist, cognitive theory, humanistic psychologist, social psychologist

Lesson plan preparation

Definition, components, objectives, qualities of objectives and evaluation of lesson plan

Teaching and learning methods

Types of teaching and learning methods

Lecture, lecture discussion, practical, field visit, Demonstration,

Individual learning, seminar, project, Tutorial, small group discussion.

Simulation, role play, snowballing, drama, brain storming

Workshop, panel discussion, role modeling, assignments,

Game

Advantages and disadvantages of each teaching method

Styles of learning

Superficial

Deep learning

Advantages of self directed learning

Identification of audience

Selection of appropriate teaching methods

Definition of teaching aids

Types of teaching aids

Blackboard, Whiteboard, Flipcharts, Overhead

projector, Computer and LCD, Textbooks,

Television, Video, DVD/VCD/VHS. Poster, Slide projector,

Models

Different evaluation process in teaching methods

 

Overview of evaluation

Types of evaluation

Formative

Summative

 

Characteristic of good evaluation

Validity, reliability, objectivity and practicability

Assessment tools of knowledge, essay test, short answer, MCQS, Objective and Structured practical examination

Clinical assessment

Assessment tool of attitudes

Methods of assessing attitudes

Instruments of assessing attitudes

 

 

 

Learning Materials/Facilities

 

Facilities

Multifunctional room/skill laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group demonstration’s practices

 

 

 

 

 

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, computers, flip charts, white and black boards, chalk and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

References:

  1. World Health Organization, 1991. Education for health © World Health Organization. 1st WHO. Geneva.
  2. M, Ngatia P. Mwakilasa, A. 1993. A Guide for Training Teachers of Health Workers. AMREF. Dar es Salaam.
  3. Hinchliff S. 2004. The practitioner as teacher. 3rd Churchill Livingstone

 

 

Code:              NM 06228

 

Name:             Mental Health II

 

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

3.1.1 Explain nursing management of mental ill patient/client with specific condition
3..1.2 Explain the care of children, adolescent and elders with mental illness
3.1.3 Explain the use, effects, and limitations of different therapies
3.1.4 Demonstrate abilities in conducting various therapies in hospital and communities settings
3.2.1 Provide care for mental ill patient using nursing process
3.2.2 Utilize components of comprehensive mental health evaluation
3.2.3 Develop nursing diagnosis for provision nursing care to the mental ill patients
3.3.1 Explain concept of community mental health
3.3.2 Utilize community resources to provide mental health services and prevent mental illness
3.3.3 Explain the interplay of ethnicity, gender, culture and sexuality in the implementation of community mental health nursing

 

Prerequisite Modules: Mental health I

 

Learning Context

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

 

Learning Content

Nursing care of neurotic patient

Definition of neurosis

Causes of neurosis

Types of neurosis

Management of the patient with neurosis

Nursing of patient with psychotic disorders

Definition of psychotic

Causes of psychotic

Types of psychotic

Management of psychotic

Nursing care of patient with social and personality disorders

Definition of personality disorders

Causes personality disorders

Types of personality disorders

Management of personality disorders

Nursing care of patient with mental retardation

Definition of mental retardation

Causes of mental retardation

Types of mental retardation

Management of mental retardation

Nursing intervention of children with evidence of disturbed behavior

Definition of disturbed behavior

Types of disturbed behavior of children

Behavior disorder

Development disorder

Conduct disorder

Oppositional disorder

Hyperkinetic disorder

Delinquency

School phobia

Enuresis and enchopresis

Sleeping disturbances

Eating disturbances

Psychotic disorder

Nursing intervention of adolescent with evidence of disturbed behavior                                               ***Ssion and Substance abuse                                                                                                   Nursing intervention of elderly with evidence of disturbed behavior                                             **** Dementia, Pre-senile and senile dementia

And benefit of different therapies used in mental illness

***pharmacology, Psychotherapy, Behaviour therapy

Occupational therapy, Physical therapy (ECT), Family therapy

Relaxation therapy, counseling, Recreation therapy

Necessary skills in conducting the various therapies in the hospital and community setting.

***used in formulating nursing diagnosis

Nursing diagnosis for provision of nursing care to the mental ill patients

Nursing care to mental ill patient with

****stment disorder

**umatic stress disorder

Bereavement, Substance abuse, Sexual disorder male,

Sexual disorder female, Sleeping problem, Suicidal patient

Psychiatric emergency

Nursing intervention according to the plan

Definitions:

Community mental health

Community rehabilitation

Community beliefs towards mental ill patient

Community taboos and customs towards mental ill patients

Stigma towards mental ill patients in the community

Management of mental patient in the community

Roles and functions of mental health nurse in the community

Relationship between belief/spirituality taboos, gender, and custom with mental illness

Health education on mental health in the community

Resources for mental health services in the community

Traditional healer, Community health groups, Family

NGOs, Outreach mental health services

Integration of mental health in all health practice services

IMCI, Reproductive health services, CBHC, Malaria control program

HIV/AIDS program, EPI, nutritional program, diabetic program

TB and leprosy program, school health program

Helmenthiasis program

 

Learning Materials/Facilities

 

Facilities:

Multifunctional room/skill laboratory in which students can be accommodate well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

 

Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, computers, flip charts, white and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

 

References:

  1. Ann Isaacs. 2005. Mental health and Psychiatric nursing. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  2. Leana Uys, Lyn Middleton. 2004. Mental health nursing: South African Perspective. Juta academic
  3. Mima, C. Sylvia, T. 2006. Mental health promotion: A Lifespan Approach. McGraw-hill.
  4. Richard, R. 2003. Principles and practice of forensic psychiatry. Hodder Arnold publications.
  5. Gail, S, Michele, L. 2004. Principles and practice of Psychiatry nursing. Elsevier
  6. Sheila, L. Videbeck 2007. Psychiatric mental health nursing Lippincott William & Wilkins
  7. Wanda K. M. 2005. Psychiatric-Mental health nursing. Lippincott William & Wilkins
  8. Nambi, 2005. Psychiatry for nurses. Jaypee Brothers
  9. Ian Norman, Iain R. 2004. The Art and science of mental health nursing: A Textbook of Principles. McGraw-Hill
  10. Elizabeth L. T. John, A. S. 2006. The Community Mental Health System: A Navigational guide for Providers. Pearson
  11. Alex Carson, Mary Chambers, Kathryn church. 2005. Psychiatric and mental health nursing: the field of knowledge. Blackwell Publishing
  12. Anne Rogers, David. 2005. Pilgrim sociology of mental health and illness. McGraw-Hill.
  13. Eric J. Mash, David A. Wolfe, 2005. Abnormal child Psychology (ISE with Info Trac), 3rd Thomson Learning.
  14. Louise R. Shives. 2007. Basic concept of psychiatric-mental health nursing. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  15. Norma, B. 2005 Community Mental health: A study Guide and Workbook. Kendall/Hunt publishing Company.

 

Code:              NM 06229

Name:             Leadership and management II

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

6.1.1 Explain the concepts of leadership
6.1.2 Explain the concepts of Management
6.1.3 Explain different leadership styles
6.1.4 Explain different management theories
6.2.1 Describe the function of a leader and a manager in health setting
6.2.2 Utilize problem solving approach and nursing process in managing nursing situation
6.2.3 Utilize critical judgment skills in making appropriate decision in nursing care
6.2.4 Utilize performance appraisal in evaluating nursing activities
6.2.5 Identify remuneration of current nursing positions
6.2.6 Apply knowledge and skills on quality control in health setting
2.6.7 Create and maintain a motivation climate in nursing activities
6.3.1 Explain the management process of human and non human resource in health care settings
6.3.2 Utilize government standing orders in carrying out management functions
6.3.3 Manage change in health care settings
6.3.4 Demonstrate managerial skills in dealing with conflicts in clinical settings

 

Prerequisite: Communication skills, Leadership and Management I

Learning Context

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, practical and workplace learning.

LEARNING CONTENT

Introduction to leadership and management

Definition of terms

Leadership and a leader

Management and manager

Leadership styles and management theories

Historical development of management theory

Contemporary theories of managemThe trends of leadership and management in nursing

Integrating leadership and management skills

Roles of leader and manager

Qualities of good leader and manager

Problem solving approach

Knowledge and skills in problem solving approach

Steps in decision making

 

Decision making skills

Definition of recruitment

Process of recruitment

Recruitment skills

Definition of performance appraisal

Methods of performance appraisal

Definition of quality and control

Quality control process

Person to be involved in quality control

Performance appraisal

Constraints of quality control

Types of motivation

Strategies of creating motivating climate

Factors motivating staff at workplace

Human and non human resources in working area

Financial management in relation to nursing services

Financial control in organization

Management of logistic in health care setting

Definition of standing orders

Zanzibar standing order for public service

Standing orders in career development issues

Definition of change

Factors to consider in introducing change

Factors leading to resistance to change

Ways to reduce resistance to change

Definition of conflict

Causes of conflict in working place

Conflicts resolution

 

 

 

 

 

Learning Materials/Facilities

 

  1. Facilities:

 

Multifunctional room/skills laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

 

  1. Learning and teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, computers, flip charts, white and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

 

References:

  1. Bessie L. Marquis. 2000. Leadership Roles and Management function in nursing. Theory and Application. Third edition. Lippincott
  2. Murray G. 2002. Leadership and management in nursing. Prentice Hall
  3. Anita Finkelman. 2005. Leadership and management in nursing. Person
  4. Diane Huber. 2005. Leadership and nursing care management. Elsevier
  5. Bessie L. Marquis, Carol J. Huston 2005. Leadership Roles and management functions in nursing: Theory & Application. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  6. Eleanor J. Sullivan, Phillip J. Decker. 2004. Effective leadership and management in nursing. Pearson
  7. McMohan R.M and PIOT, M. 1995. On being In-Charge. A Guide for Middle level. Management in Primary Health care. WHO Geneva.
  8. Marquis B. L, Huston C. J. 2000. Leadership roles and management functions in nursing 3rd edition Lippincott. Philadelphia.

 

Code:              NM06230

Name:             Basic Entrepreneurship

 

Sub-enabling Outcomes:

6.4.1 Explain the concept of entrepreneurship
6.4.2 Identify areas in health services delivery to which entrepreneurship can be applied
6.4.3 Apply entrepreneurship skills in provision of quality care

 

Prerequisite Modules:                      None

 

 

Learning Context

This module will be conducted through lectures, lecture discussion, group discussion, tutorials, seminars, role play, simulation, demonstration, question and answers practical and workplace learning coaching, panel discussions.

 

Learning Content

Basic aspects of entrepreneurship

  • Definition of entrepreneurship
  • Importance entrepreneurship
  • Labour market and labour market demand
  • Different areas in health services that applicable to entrepreneurship
  • Technical skills of entrepreneurship in provision of quality care
  • Characteristic of an entrepreneurship

 

Learning Materials/Facilities

 

  1. Facilities:

Multifunctional room/skills laboratory in which students can be accommodated well and all other equipment and supplies that will be required for group’s demonstration practices

 

Learning and Teaching materials:

The following learning and teaching materials will be used (not exhaustive) multimedia projector, overhead projectors and screens, computers, flip charts, white and black boards, chalks and marker pens, transparencies, slide projectors, TV set, radio cassettes

 

References:

  1. William J. Dennis 1999. Business starts and stops Washington DC: National Federation of Independent Business.
  2. Sue Birley Westhead. 1994. Taxonomy of Business start – Up Benson and their Impact on firm growth and size. Journal of business Venturing (January 7-32)
  3. Dover M.A 1984. Entrepreneurship. 1st Lord Publishing
  4. Howard H. Stevenson and David E. Gumpert, 1985. The heart of Entrepreneurship. 1st Harvard Business review March/A&H 85-94