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BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY

COLLEGE OF NURSING

COMMUNITY DUTY

INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN

DATE & VENUE OBJECTIVES LEARNING STRATEGIES TARGET RESOURCES EVALUATION OUTCOME
CONTENT POPULATION

VENUE: After 1 hour of Introduction Interactive Community Man Power. After 1 hour of The
lecture discussion. people lecture community
• At discussion the What is the including Financial discussion the recognized the
Barangay community will Sanitation? Use of visual children to Resources. community importance of
Health able to: aid. adult. will able to: proper
Center of - Sanitation sanitation
Iba, General generally refers to Demonstration. - Cooperative
Hagonoy, Objectives: the provision of and Waste
Bulacan. facilities and participatory segregation is
- Gain knowledge services for the role of all also
DATE & TIME: regarding proper safe disposal of members of the emphasized as
waste human urine and community well as its
• March segregation good feces. Inadequate (women, men importance.
20, 2009. environment sanitation is a and children),
sanitation. major cause of especially The
• 11 A.M disease world-wide children key community
and improving agents of also
Specific sanitation is known change to understand on
Objectives: to have a achieve 100% how to
significant coverage on segregate
- Know the beneficial impact proper waste waste.
importance of on health both in segregation &
waste households and sanitation in
segregation. across communities
communities.
- To be able to - The
gain enough Importance of community
information how waste understand the
waste segregation concept and
segregation is significance of
done. - It enables more waste
of the waste to be segregation
recycled, which and how to do it
reduces the drain properly.
on resources and
energy when new
stuff is being
produced. It also
reduces the
amount of the stuff
that has to go to
land filled, which is
also
environmentally
good.

How waste
segregation is
done?
It is done by
separating the
waste into 3
categories:

Biodegradable
Waste

Example: food
waste, dry leaves,
etc. for composting
and reuse.

Non-
Biodegradable
Waste

Example:
Polythenes and
plastics which
cannot be treated
for reuse.

Recyclable Waste

Example: Such as
paper, wood,
cotton, reusable
hardware, glass,
metal scrap, etc.
BULACAN STATE UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF NURSING

COMMUNITY DUTY

INSTRUCTIONAL PLAN

DATE & OBJECTIVES LEARNING CONTENT STRATEGIES TARGET RESOURCES EVALUATION OUTCOME
VENUE POPULATION

VENUE: Within 1 hour Includes age group & 3. Interactive 1. Male 3. Man After 1 hour The client
of health gender & condition discussio ages 18 Power. of health was able to
• Barangay teaching the (Pregnancy) which n. – 50 4. Financial teaching we answer the
Health client will be are at risk in 4. Use of years Resourc expect all following
Center. able to: developing problem visual aid. old. es. individuals to question:
related to excessive 5. Film 2. Pregnant abide by the
• Barangay General alcohol intake: showing. Women. following 1. Was
Iba, Objectives: 6. Role guidelines: able
Hagonoy, 1. What is playing to
Bulacan. • Teach alcoholism? 1. I will give
and underst the
DATE & TIME: spread Alcoholism, which is and the import
alcohol also known as "alcohol risks ance
• March awaren dependence involve of not
20, 2009. ess to syndrome," is a d. abusi
our disease that is 2. I will be ng
client, characterized by the mindful alcoh
• 10 in the and following elements: of my olic
morning. ultimate surroun bever
ly to • Craving: A dings. ages.
create strong need, or 3. I will 2. was
an compulsion, to spread able
enlighte drink. awaren to
ned ess. name
society • Loss of control: at
in which The frequent least
people inability to stop 2
realize drinking once a compl
the person has icatio
risks begun. n of
involve alcoh
d with • Physical ol.
alcohol, dependence:
conduct The occurrence
themsel of withdrawal
ves symptoms, such
accordi as nausea,
ngly, sweating,
and shakiness, and
actively anxiety, when
share alcohol use is
their stopped after a
knowle period of heavy
dge drinking. These
with symptoms are
others. usually relieved
by drinking
Specific alcohol or by
Objectives: taking another
sedative drug.
• Provide 2. Complication of
you Alcoholism.
with
backgro Over time, excessive
und alcohol use can cause
informat fatigue and short-term
ion on memory loss, as well
defining as weakness and
charact paralysis of your eye
eristics muscles.
and
prevale Other severe health
nce of a effects may include:
range
of • Liver disorders.
alcohol Drinking heavily
problem can cause
s. alcoholic
hepatitis, an
• Be able inflammation of
to learn the liver. Signs
how to and symptoms
drink may include loss
modera of appetite,
tely. nausea,
vomiting,
abdominal pain
and tenderness,
fever, yellowing
of the skin
(jaundice), and
sometimes
confusion.
• Gastrointestinal
problems.
Alcohol can
result in
inflammation of
the lining of the
stomach
(gastritis) and
interfere with
absorption of the
B vitamins —
particularly folic
acid and thiamin
— and other
nutrients.
• Cardiovascular
problems.
Excessive
drinking can lead
to high blood
pressure and
damage your
heart muscle.
• Diabetes
complications.
Alcohol prevents
the release of
glucose from
your liver and
can increase the
risk of low blood
sugar
(hypoglycemia)
• Sexual function
and
menstruation.
Alcohol abuse
can cause
erectile
dysfunction in
men. In women,
it can interrupt
menstruation.
• Birth defects.
Alcohol use
during
pregnancy may
cause fetal
alcohol
syndrome.
• Bone loss.
Alcohol may
interfere with the
production of
new bone. This
can lead to
thinning bones
and an
increased risk of
fractures.
• Neurological
complications.
Excessive
drinking can
affect your
nervous system,
causing
numbness of
your hands and
feet, disordered
thinking and
dementia.
• Increased risk
of cancer.
Chronic alcohol
abuse has been
linked to a
higher risk of
numerous
cancers,
including cancer
of the mouth,
pharynx (throat),
esophagus,
larynx, liver and
colon, rectum,
and breast.