INDUS COLLEGE OF NURSING & MIDWIFERY

BSN Four Years program

Four Year BSc. Nursing Program

 

Title                                                              :     Mental Health Nursing

Placement                                                     :     Year III Semester VI

Course Credits                                            :     6.0 (3.0 theory and 3.0 clinical)

Course Faculty                                            :     Ms Farzana Mithani

Mode of study                                              :     Blended 

Duration                                                       :     18 weeks 

Date of commencement of course              :     02 August 2021

Date of Evaluation/ Review                        :     10-December-2021

Course ID number                                      :     NU 216

 

Course Introduction:

 

This course introduces the learners to the concepts of mental health and mental illness, the various concepts of psychiatric nursing and its development in general and in Pakistan in particular. It further develops understanding of holistic approach to mental health nursing by applying the nursing process for patients and families in hospital settings. The course is also intended to explore personal and cultural perceptions, values, and beliefs about mental health problems and the need and relevance of community mental health care in Pakistan.

Course Objectives:

On completion of this course, learners will be able to:

1.      Demonstrate an awareness and acceptance of mental health and illness as legitimate health issues

2.      Describe the nursing process as applied to mental health nursing

3.      Utilize knowledge base to actively participate in therapeutic milieu for clients with mental health problems

4.      Explore factors affecting mental health especially in the Pakistani culture

5.      Demonstrate care of a client suffering from different mental health illnesses

6.      Identify need and relevance of community mental health in Pakistan and the resources available to manage it

 

Teaching/Learning strategies:

Lecture with discussion, work in small group setting, review of articles, presentation, role-play, field visit and clinical.

Pre Requisite:

N/A

Rules and Regulations:

Theory and Clinical attendance is mandatory for this course.

Do pre reading before class.

 

YEAR-III Semester- VI

Mental Health Nursing

S.No

Evaluation Criteria:

1.       

Quiz

10%

2.       

Assignment  Scholarly Paper: Ethical and legal issues Related to Mental Health 10%

10%

3.       

Midterm

30%

4.       

Final Exam

20%

5.       

VIVA

20%

6.       

Clinical portfolio

10%

 

Total

100%

 



 








References:

Boyd, M. A. (2002). Psychiatric nursing: Contemporary practice (2nd ed).Philadelphia: Lippincott.

Burgess, A. W. (1998). Advanced practice of psychiatric nursing. London:Prentice Hall.

Fortinash, K. M., &Holoday-Worret, P.A. (2004). Psychiatric mental health nursing(5th ed). St. Louis: Mosby.

Frisch, N. C., & Frisch, L. E. (2002). Psychiatric mental health nursing (2nd ed). Albany: Delmar Publishers.

Gadit, A., & Khalid, N. (2002). State of mental health: Service, education & research. (4th ed). Karachi: Hamdard Foundation.

Gamble, C., & Brennan, G. (Eds.). (2000). Working with serious mental illness: A manual for clinical practice: London: Bailliere Tindall.

Keltner, N. L., Schwecke, L. H., &Bostrom, C. E. (2003). Psychiatric nursing(4th ed). St. Louis: Mosby.

Neeb, K. (2001). Fundamentals of mental health nursing. Philadelphia:F.A.Davis Company.

O’ Brien, P. G., Kennedy, W. Z., & Ballard, K. A. (1999). Psychiatric nursing: An integration of theory and practice. New York: McGraw Hill.

 


Course Introduction:

This course will help the learner understand human behavior and provide insight into one’s personal attitudes, responses to everyday situation and interactions. It will further assist learners to understand the way psychology can address issues concerning various spheres of life.

Course Objectives:

On completion of this course, learners will be able to: 

1. Discuss key concepts, approaches, methods and interventions of modern day psychology. 

2. Demonstrate understanding of theories of personality and behavior. 

3. Develop understanding of the concepts of health psychology. 

4. Discuss social relationships and group behavior. 

5. Orient themselves with the concepts of abnormal psychology. 

6. Demonstrate an understanding of applying concepts of behavioral psychology to the practice of nursing profession.

Course Code:

HU-236

Course Coordinator:

Danish Ali Siddiqui

Mode of Study:

Lectures, discussions, readings, presentations, quizzes & online classes.

Total Credit Hours:

Theory: 3.00

Total:     3.00

Course Assessment & Grading:

Sno.

Evaluation criteria

Marks

1.

Mid term

30%

2.

Scholarly Papers

10%

3.

CAT-I

10%

4.

CAT-II

10%

5.

Final/ Viva

40%

Total

100%


References & Reference books:
1. Atkinson, R. L., Atkinson, R. C., Smith, E. E., Bem, D. J., & NolenHoeksema, S. (1996). Hilgard’s introduction to psychology (12th ed ). Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt Brace & Company. 

2. Aronson, Elliot (2006) Social Psychology, edition 6th Prentice Hall Publication 

3. Charles, G (2005). Understanding Psychology .Amazon series 

4. Gerrig, Zimbardo (2006) Psychology and Life, edition 17th Academic International 

5. Hewstone, M (2005).Psychology. Published by Blackwell, UK ISBN.0631206787 

6. John, W (2004). Health Psychology. Published by Blackwell, UK 1SBN.0631214429 

7. Lynda, l. (2004). Explore the human psyche and understand why we do the things we do. New York: Worth publishers. Everything series. 

8. Myers, G. (2003). Psychology. New York 10010: Worth Publishers, 41, Madison Avenue 

9. Nairne, J (2005) Psychology. Amazon series. 

10. Nevid, J. (2000). Abnormal psychology in a changing world. London : Prentice Hall. 

11. Publication Manual of the American Psychology Association (5 th ed.). (2001). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 

12. Sarafino, E. (1994). Health psychology: Bio psychosocial interaction. USA : John Wiley and Sons. 

13. Walker, Jan (2006) Psychology for Nurses and Caring Professionals, Open University Press


Title of Course: Culture, Health & Society                               

Course Code: HU266

Course Coordinator: Shaheen ZahirAli

Mode of Study: Face to face / Online
Duration: August 2021 to December 2021
Credit Hours: 02

Course Introduction:

This course introduces learners to human interaction and its impact on individual and group behavior. It also introduces learners to the field of socio-cultural anthropology. It focuses on the exploration of values, beliefs and practices related to health and illness in general and among specific groups of people in Pakistan. The focus is on analysis of the inter relatedness of culture, society and health care delivery in Pakistan. The course promotes the exploration of trans-cultural nursing concepts, which will be promoted in the clinical setting.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course learners will be able to:

1.            Identify the units of social structure and their function.

2.            Describe the structure and patterns of groups.

3.            Discuss the role of members of a society.

4.            Explain the social development of Pakistan.

5.            Explore the relationship between culture, society and health

6.            Analyze health-related knowledge, beliefs, attitudes and practices of various socio- cultural groups in Pakistan

7.            Appreciate the role of society and culture in recognizing health system utilization

8.            Discuss the application of trans-cultural nursing concepts when providing nursing care to clients.

9.            Discuss relevant social issues and suggest methods to facilitate change where necessary

 

Teaching/Learning Strategies:

Lectures, group discussions, self-directed learning activities, small group activity, role-play and paper writing.

Evaluation Criteria:

 

 S.No

Evaluation Criteria:

1.

Quiz

10%

2.

Group Presentation

20%

3.

Paper writing

10%

3.

MidTerm

20 %

4.

Final Exam

40 %

 

Total

100




Title of course:English 

Course code: EN -267

Institute: ICoNM 

Course coordinator: Ms. Syeda Uzma

Mode of study : face to face/online.

Duration: 18 weeks.

Campus /Location :Online-ICoNM 

Total credit hours: 2hrs .

Accredited by:DUHS

Date of commencement of course:Aug 2 ,2021

Date of  Evaluation /Review:


Introduction:

This course is designed to  develop academic writing skills .The course supplements input & gives students practice in writing incident reports in the nursing context .It provides opportunities for students to proof read & edit with material 

Course Objectives:

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

1.     understand and use academic style of writing .

2.     write coherent academic texts /assignments .

3.     proofs read and edit their written material..

4.     write well organized incident reports using clinical contexts .

5.     Use APA style (reference /quotations/citations).

6      .Enhance self-expressing skills.

Eligibility Criteria : N.A

Course requirements ,Rules & regulations:

It is mandatory for the students to have 90% attendance ,to submit all the completed assignments before due date & to appear in all the CATs .

Year III Semester VI

 

6.English-VI

 

Evaluation Criteria:

Assignment

10 %

Quiz

10%

Presentation

10%

Midterm

30%

Final Exam

40%

Total

100%

 



Course Description:


This course is design to provide the knowledge and skill to the learners of using epidemiology concepts in assessing the contributing factors, diagnosing the problems, planning intervention and evaluating the results in the community. In addition the learners will be able to make inferences on the impact population demographics on social and health status in Pakistan. Learners will also be ableto correlate Epidemiological  research findings to community health nursin gpractice.