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COMPETENCY BASED MATRIX - FACILITATING OF LEARNING

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Facilitating of Learning - Competency based, patient with fracture.

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COMPETENCY BASED MATRIX - FACILITATING OF LEARNING

  1. 1. Presented by: Dave Jay S. Manriquez RN. Competency Based Instructional Matrix Subject: NCM 104 Unit: Care of Clients with Fracture Degree program: BSN Level IV
  2. 2. A Competencies B Elements C Instructional Objectives D Learning Outcomes E Instructional Activities F Outcome Measures Motr . S Decl. K Proc . K Strat. K Att. Given an adult client ( young, middle, old, old adult) with fracture, the students will be able to: 1. Apply knowledge of normal anatomy and physiology and assessment techniques on caring for clients with fracture. 2. Conduct a health history and functional health status of clients with fracture. 1. Structures and Functions of the Skeletal System 2. Assessment Techniques in a client with fracture such as: a. Subjective data -Hx(injury) -Functional Health Patterns b.Objective data - assessing musculoskeletal function: (MMT, Neurovascular) -Diagnostic Examination (X- ray) Given an actual client, population group, with fracture, the students should be able to: 1. ** Identify the Structures and Functions of the Skeletal System 2.Utilize the nursing process in the care of clients with fracture a. Assess with clients with his/her condition through interview, P.E, interpretation of Diagnostic findings D P ⁄ Direct Instruction - Review Anatomy & Physiology of musculoskel etal system - State objective** - Present new material (clips of cases with fracture) - Guide practice of assessment (MMT, neurovascul ar checks) with corrective feedback - Assign independent Pre-Test 15 items Worksheet (Independent practice): -Anatomy & Physiology Skeletal system -Assessment techniques -Physical Examination Laboratory/Diagnostic Considerations

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