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COMMUNITY PROFILE OF

BARANGAY 836, ZONE 91, DISTRICT 6


PANDACAN, MANILA

A Community Care Study Presented to:


The Faculty of
MAPUA Institute of Technology
San Lorenzo Ruiz School of Health Sciences
College of Nursing

In partial fulfillment of the requirements


In NRS 111L / AN0 Group

Submitted to:
Professor Carol Fortuno
Professor Elizabeth Paragas
Professor Auralyn Reyes

Submitted by:
AN0 Group, Batch 2006

March 3, 2008
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

First and foremost, we express our deepest gratitude to our Lord Almighty God

for giving us strength and will to contribute such data for the said project. Our Lord God

helped us to finish this requirement. Thank you.

To our Health Care 2 Laboratory Professors, Mrs. Carol Fortuno, Mrs. Elizabeth

Paragas, and Mrs. Auralyn Reyes, we are grateful for your kindness and guidance. The

things that we learned during our class and community visits, we will not forget those

memorable experiences with you. Thank you.

To the officials of Barangay 836, Hesus St., Pandacan Manila, we show our

gratitude to your warm welcome and acceptance to us. This experience will never be this

fun without you people. Thank you.

To the families that welcomed us during our community visits, we express our

great appreciation for the time and active participation. We are very happy that you’ve

been part of this requisite. We hope for the best of our loved ones. We’re sorry if we were

entailed to ask some questions that may have offended you.

To our family, the encouragement, help, support, time, and understanding that you

showed us during our compilation, we are very thankful for those. This requirement is

dedicated to you and to God.


To the group, we are grateful for all the hardworks that contributed in the

completion of this requirement. The time that we gave in this requirement is surely a

great thing in exchange for those.

And for those we haven’t mentioned for acknowledgement, thank you for the

loving support. Maybe without all of you, this requirement wouldn’t be possible. The

experience that we cultured through you is really a remarkable one. This completion is

for all of you who made this possible. Once again, thank you everyone.

Via Con Dios! (Go with God!)

AN0 Group
TABLE OF CONTENTS

PAGE

TITLE PAGE

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

TABLE OF CONTENTS

LIST OF FIGURES

LIST OF TABLES

CHAPTER

1 INTRODUCTION

Manila

Pandacan

Dependency Ratio

Sex Ratio

Organizational Structure

2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

Community

Faculty Administrators

Future Researchers

Limitations and Delimitations

Significance of the Study

Objectives of the Study

3 OPERATIONAL DEFINITION OF TERMS


4 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Sampling and Subjects

Setting

Alley I

Alley II

Alley III

Bliss

Research Design

Data Gathering Procedures

Data Gathering Instruments

5 ANALYSIS OF DATA AND INTERPRETATIONS

6 SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Summary

Conclusions

Recommendations

APPENDICES

A. Map of Manila

B. Map of Pandacan

C. Spot Map

D. Community Priorities – Scale Ranking and

Community Nursing Care Plan

E. Tool Assessment Guides


PICTURES

F. Barangay 836 Hall

G. Transportation Facilities

H. Health Facilities

I. Social Facilities

J. Alley I

K. Alley II

L. Alley III

M. Bliss

N. List of Students and Clinical Instructors


LIST OF FIGURES

Figure Page
1 Family Size of Each Family Interviewed
2 Families’ Length Residency
3 Family Structure
4 Dominant Family Members
5 Religion of Each Family Assessed
6 Educational Attainment
7 Employment of Male and Female above 18 years old
8 Type of Occupation of Employed Population
9 Type of Employment
10 Monthly Family Income
11 Dialect Used
12 Languaged Used
13 Psychological History
14 Immunization Status of Adult Population (Assessed Only)
15 Immunization Status of Children 6 years old and below
16 Results of the Metro Manila Development Screening Test
17 Consultation for Health Related Problems
18 Materials Used for Home Construction
19 Number of Rooms for Sleeping
20 Source of Drinking Water Supply
21 Potability of Water
22 Method of Storing Drinking Water
23 Cooking Facilities Available In Each Family
24 Type of Drainage
25 Methods of Keeping Garbage
26 Methods of Disposing Garbage
27 Toilet Ownership of Families
28 Presence of Breeding Sites in Houses
29 Status of Reproductive Women; Pregnant vs. Not Pregnant
30 Family Planning Methods
31 Member of the Family Diagnosed with Tuberculosis
LIST OF TABLES

Table Page
1 Family Size of Each Family Interviewed
2 Families’ Length Residency
3 Family Structure
4 Dominant Family Members
5 Religion of Each Family Assessed
6 Educational Attainment
7 Employment of Male and Female above 18 years old
8 Type of Occupation of Employed Population
9 Type of Employment
10 Monthly Family Income
11 Dialect Used
12 Languaged Used
13 Psychological History
14 Immunization Status of Adult Population (Assessed Only)
15 Immunization Status of Children 6 years old and below
16 Results of the Metro Manila Development Screening Test
17 Consultation for Health Related Problems
18 Materials Used for Home Construction
19 Number of Rooms for Sleeping
20 Source of Drinking Water Supply
21 Potability of Water
22 Method of Storing Drinking Water
23 Cooking Facilities Available In Each Family
24 Type of Drainage
25 Methods of Keeping Garbage
26 Methods of Disposing Garbage
27 Toilet Ownership of Families
28 Presence of Breeding Sites in Houses
29 Status of Reproductive Women; Pregnant vs. Not Pregnant
30 Family Planning Methods
31 Member of the Family Diagnosed with Tuberculosis
CHAPTER 1: THE PROBLEM

INTRODUCTION

Pandacan

In 1574, Pandacan was officially established as a community when Franciscan

priests established the first mission in the district.

In the 19th century, Pandacan was described as "Little Venice" for its numerous canals

leading to the Pasig River. Often, many would leisurely row in slender wooden bancas

during late afternoons as described by Francisco Balagtas in his early writings. Pandacan

was also home to many prominent Filipino artists such as Francisco Baltazar, Ladislao

Bonus, Lope K. Santos, Miguel Masilungan and Pantaleon Lopez.


Three major oil companies known as the "Big Three" operates its oil distribution

depots in Pandacan. They are the Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron's Caltex and Saudi Aramco

majority owned Petron Philippines. Adjoining riverside lots and other unoccupied ones

were bought by the following companies to aid in the expansion of their warehouses with

hopes of providing better service to the country by supporting its petroleum needs. To

briefly explain it, Pandacan plays a major role in petroleum production.

Barangay 836

One of the communities nearest to the oil depot is Barangay 836 Zone 91 District

6, created under the 1987 Local Government Code, which houses more than one

thousand households. It is composed of Alley 1, Alley 2, Alley 3 and Bliss. The history of

the community includes being engulfed by fire twice during the 70’s and 80’s due to

faulty electrical wiring, and enduring severe property losses and damages because of it.

After undergoing such, the residents still managed to adjust to all the changes and regain

what they have lost during the tragic fire.

As the adopted community of Mapua Institute of Technology’s School of Health

Sciences, the people of the barangay have been constant recipients of simple health care

services offered by the Nursing students and data gathering for health related purposes

since 2005. At present, with the 2nd year Nursing students of Batch 2006, evaluation of

health deficits, health practices, health beliefs, and environmental factors related to health

or may affect it still continues.

As a form of confirmation with regards to the data collected and the assessments

made, tables indicating the dependency ratio and sex ratio will verify the total number of

families and individuals assessed during the community visits.


Dependency Ratio (As Based on Age Pyramid)
For Dependency ratio (DR): DR = (0-14 yrs. old) + (65 and above yrs. old)
(15 yrs. old) + (64 yrs. old)

MALE
78 + 2 = 80 = 11.4
5 +2 7

FEMALE
57 + 3 = 60 = 5
12 + 0 12

Sex Ratio
Sex Ratio (SR) = _____# of females______ (x100)
# of males

= _______192______ (x100)
182

There are 95 males for 105 females.


Organizational Structure

Barangay Chairman
Santos S. Uy, Jr

Peace and Order Clean and Green

Committee Chairman Kagawad Committee Chairman Kagawad


Ronnie G. Limen Rommel M. Seposo
Health and Sanitation Internal and External

Committee Chairman Kagawad Committee Chairman Kagawad


Renz Rosary G. Rapiz
Rowena M. Espiritu
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

Vice Chairman problems were formulated Vice


Kagawad
The following duringChairman
the courseKagawad
of the community

study. Sports and Education Livelihood

Committee
I. SK Community
To the Chairman Committee Chairman Kagawad

Maria Ellen L. Placio Eduardo O. Riparip


a. What must the community do to improve their living conditions and

lessen
Vice Chairman the risk factors brought about by poor environment sanitation?
Kagawad
Vice Chairman Kagawad
b. Given the numerous social organizations in the community that may
Housing Ways and Means
contribute to their further development,
Chairman Kagawad what stepsChairman
Committee should be executed
Kagawadto
Bernard A. Garcia, Jr.
Francisco H.promote
Gabatbatproper awareness?

c. Due to the fact that Barangay 836 Pandacan ManilaKagawad


Vice Chairman is within different
Vice Chairman Kagawad
station of oil depots, what should the community
Secretary do to utilize the health
Treasurer

programs being implemented?


Fleurilyn May U. Prado Roque F. Estrada

II. To the Faculty Administrators

a. What should the faculty administrators do to improve the curriculum or

course description in relation to the short-time exposures of the nursing

students in the community?

b. Being formally aware the Barangay 836 in Pandacan is a developed

community, and not considered “poorest of the poor”, what should the

faculty administrators do to respond to the other health problems and

needs of the other communities?

c. What activities can the faculty provide in order to motivate and prepare

nursing students especially beginners in dealing with the community?


III. To the Future Researchers

a. After giving much emphasis to the significant outcomes of the

community’s diagnosis, what will be the next proper action of the future

researchers in relation with the results of the health assessments ad the

environmental risk factors?

b. Along with the organizational body of the barangay, what must the future

researchers do to somehow equally contribute in the intervention planned

after the identification of the community’s health needs?

c. What course of health actions must the future researchers perform to

improve the assessment techniques they have further in the community?


LIMITATIONS AND DELIMITATIONS

This study’s aims are primarily concentrated on the evaluation of the community’s

current health and environmental conditions and are strictly rationed to the stated relevant

concerns. Under these relevant concerns are procedures or methods such as data

gathering (physical and family assessment) and evaluation of the Barangay’s health

status, health beliefs, health deficits, health practices and amount of knowledge with

regards to important community concerns such as possible prevalence of certain diseases

and how to control them, family planning, and maternal and child health.

This study is limited to 374 individuals belonging to the 78 families assessed in

Barangay 836 Zone 91 District 6 and will only focus on the courses of health actions

mentioned above.

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

The findings of this study will help the providers of health care to prioritize the

different issues regarding the health and concerns of individuals in the community and

also the various health care needs. The results can also be used by independent groups as

reference and in formulating programs to sustain the development of the community.

The outcome of the findings may be of help to the community leaders for the

preparation, organization, and implementation of health programs in coordination with

the Department of Health through the health center and other interested non government

organizations.
In addition, the conduction of various health evaluation methods will benefit the

families in the Barangay in terms of health education. New information with regards to

improvement in health conditions and environmental sanitation will greatly help the

families better their lifestyles. The application of the said methods will also integrate the

Nursing students’ skills in different aspects of assessment and appraisal, and it will

provide them with more exposure for better application of health actions in the future.

OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

The following objectives were originated:

a) To illustrate the community profile of Barangay 836 in terms of biologic or vital

events like the total population size, number of families, births, marriages,

illnesses, mortality and morbidity.

b) To recognize the health status, health practices and health beliefs of each families

in Barangay 836.

c) To evaluate the current living conditions of the residents and educate them by

giving essential points on how to improve environmental sanitation.

d) To promote further assessment on the health problems and heath needs identified

and provide recommendations or suggestions on proper interventions to the

Barangay’s organizational body.


OPERATIONAL DEFINITION OF TERMS

ASTHMA. Asthma is a lung disorder with attacks of breathing difficulty.


BCG VACCINE. BCG vaccine is an immunizing vaccine (bacile Calmette-Guerin)
against tuberculosis.
BLOOD DYSCRASIA. Blood dyscrasia is a condition in which any of the blood
elements are abnormal, as in leukemia or hemophilia.
BLUE-COLLAR JOB. Blue-collar jobs are workers who are skilled, but are not

employed permanently due to lack of education or skills. These

are the janitors, drivers, and other contractual workers.

CANCER. Cancer is a general term for malignant tumor or forms of new tissue cells that

lack a controlled growth pattern.

CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE. Cardiovascular disease is any one of many defects that


may cause problems with the heart and blood vessels.
DIABETES. Diabetes is a condition in which there is too much excretion of urine.
DPT VACCINE. DPT vaccine is an abbreviation for diptheria, tetanus toxoids and

pertussis.

EXTENDED FAMILY. Extended family is a family pattern where two or more nuclear

families or several generations of families live together in one

abode.

FAMILY PLANNING. Family planning is the regulation or control of childbith so as to

limit the number or children.

FERROUS SULFATE. Ferrous sulfate is a blood-building drug given to treat iron

deficiency anemia and is usually given to pregnant women and

children.

HAZARDS. Hazards are situations or things that increases the chance of a loss from
some danger that may cause injury or illness.
HYPERTENSION. Hypertension is a condition of abnormally high pressure within the
arteries and veins. They may experience headaches, and easy
exhaustion.
KIDNEY DISEASE. Kidney disease is any of a large group of conditions including

infectious, inflammatory, obstructive, circulatory, and cancerous

disorders of the kidney.

LIVER CANCER. Liver cancer is a malignant tumor of the liver.


MATRIARCHAL FAMILY. Matriarchal family is a family pattern wherein the members

of the family trace their relationships and affiliations with

the relatives on the mother side.

MENOPAUSE. Menopausal period is the permanent cessation of menstruation, normally


during ages of 45-50.
MMR VACCINE. Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) Vaccine is a vaccine intended

to fight against the said disease, and is given to children in 3 doses.

NUCLEAR FAMILY. Nuclear family is a family pattern where married couples establish

an independent household.

OBESITY. Obesity is an abnormal increase in the amount of fat, mainly in the stomach
and intestines, and in tissues behind the skin.
OPV VACCINE. Oral polio virus (OPV) vaccine is a drug of changed live poliovirus that
makes a patient immune to poliomyelitis.
PATRIARCHAL FAMILY. Patriarchal family is a family pattern wherein the members
of the family trace their relationships and affiliations with
the relatives on the father side.
POTABILITY. Potability is the condition of water, that is, safe to drink.
REPRODUCTIVE. The reproductive state is a period of both male and females when

their germ cells are mature and ready to make an offspring.

RHEUMATIC FEVER. Rheumatic fever is disease that may develop within 1 to 5 weeks
after recovery from a sore (strep) throat or from scarlet fever.
RURAL. Rural community or living is a state in which the area is underdeveloped, still

using agricultural or non-industrial means of living.

SANITATION. Sanitation is the condition in which an environment or surrounding is


properly managed, organized, and cleaned, maintaining a healthy and
hygienic environment.
SEIZURE DISORDER. Seizures, or convulsions are sudden violent uncontrollable
contractions of a group of muscles.
STROKE. Stroke is a presence of blood clot or bleeding in the brain. This results in lack

of oxygen to the brain tissues.

TUBERCULOSIS. Tuberculosis is a long term, grainy tumorous infection caused by a

bacterium, Mycobacterium tuberculosis. General exposure is through

droplet and airborne, and is usually accompanied by productive

cough for more than 2 weeks.

URBAN. Urban community or living is a state in which the area is developed, further

industrialized, with establishment of offices offering the white-collar jobs, and

uses technology for means of living.

WHITE COLLAR JOB. White-collar jobs are jobs in which employed people are

professional skilled workers, has attained proper educational

attainment, and has achieved a non-limited quota. They are the

officemen, seaman workers, and overseas Filipino workers

(OFWs).
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

This portion of the study presents the methods and procedures that include

subjects of the study, setting, research design, data gathering procedures and instrument,

statistical treatment and the data presentations.

Sampling and Subjects

Respondents of this study are families with at least 1 child aged 5 years old and

below to whom the MMDST or Metro Manila Developmental Screening Test will be

performed. There was no particular distribution of the students regarding the selection of

the families. However, the AN0 group interviewed families from the Bliss and some were

designated in Alley 1 and Alley 2.

The AN0 group comprises of 26 students. The ratio of the student per family is

1:3. All in all, 78 families were interviewed; 3 families assigned for each student.

The youngest respondent was 2 months old and the oldest was 78 years old.

Mostly mothers of the family were the ones who provide accommodation for the students

because the head of the family is not around due to some circumstances. The clinical

instructors chose Alley 1 and Alley 2 as the target population because the target samples

were located in those areas. Most of the assessed families in the Barangay have children

in their developmental stage that can be test with MMDST.


Setting

The conduction of the community/family case study by the AN0 group of Health

Care II Nursing students of Mapua Institute of Technology was at Barangay 836 Zone 91

District 6, Pandacan, Manila – a community located near Sampaloc, Paco, Sta. Mesa and

San Andres.

It is a low profile area wherein the so called “big three” is located; these are the

top 3 oil companies in Royal Dutch Shell Chevron’s Caltex and Petron Philippines. The

community is often described as a poor urban society because of the congested houses.

The average ratio of student/family is 1:3 in the Barangay. It is composed of Alley I,

Alley II, Alley III and the Bliss. There’s also a view of the Pasig River in Barangay 836.

Following this section are the descriptions of each alley in the community:

Alley I

Alley 1, a congested area in Barangay 836, characteristically interconnects with Alley 2

at a certain point near the train tracks. It consists of numerous small passageways lined

with crammed houses either leading to various areas within the alley itself or the other

vicinities of the communities. Despite the ongoing drainage repair and construction in the

alley, children still manage to play in the alley’s localities. It also has a court and foul

odor is clearly evident in the place.

Alley II

Alley II is located upon entering the barangay at the right side of the area. In the said

alley, there were improperly disposed garbage and uncovered trash bins. Houses are more

congested than the ones in Alley 3. Self-employment is also dynamic in the locality due
to the presence of copious sari-sari stores and eateries. There is also a health post adjacent

to the court.

Alley III

Alley 3 is the first area located adjacent to the Barangay Hall. It extends up to the Day

Care Center, overlooking the Pasig River. Based on the geographic layout of the vicinity,

the road is quite smooth and the surrounding areas including the houses are clean. There

is less congestion in this region of the barangay.

Bliss

Bliss is located just within Alley I. The walkways are very narrow and the area is

immensely congested. Houses within the vicinity are built on extreme and hazardous

conditions such as being piled on top of each other and improper waste disposal of some

of the residents within the area. Although some of the families are able to promote

apposite waste containment, accumulation of breeding sites of insects and other pests is

inevitable. Bliss is considered as unsafe and the most unsanitary of all the localities of

Barangay 836.

Research Design

The case study conducted by the AN0 students of Mapua utilized the descriptive

method of research and documentary analysis. These methods are used for the evaluation

of the data gathered from the assessment guides such as health related factors and

concerns of the community. Descriptive analysis was used to establish the demographics

of Barangay 836 residents. Frequency distribution was used to describe the age,

occupation, family income etc.


Data Gathering Procedures

Permission to conduct the survey was obtained from the residents of Barangay

836 who were participative enough with the assessment procedures performed by the

second year nursing students and supervised by the clinical instructors during the survey

carried out from January to February 2008. Each student was assigned to three families

for data accumulation via interview using the given family assessment guide, physical

assessment guide and MMDST data sheets. The barangay tanods and barangay health

care workers volunteered in the distribution and assignment of families in the different

alleys. They also served as the students’ directional guide in traversing the various areas

of the community. Assessing the health care needs and other health related concerns of

each individual in every family was the top priority of each student.

Data Gathering Instruments

Three different forms were utilized to gather data. These are the family

assessment guide, MMDST and health assessment guide.

• Family assessment guide

- Family Assessment Guide provides systematic and clear information about the

family. It is composed of questions regarding a family’s characteristics, socio-

economic standing, health status, history, health practices, home and environment

conditions. Data collation and tallying is made easy through this assessment. The

common causes of family health problems and how health teachings can apply to

them are easily determined.


• Nursing Health Assessment

- Nursing health assessment is composed of information about the patient including

admission data, appearance and mental status, family history, psychological

history. The mechanics of this form is to assess the patient from head to toe

including vital sign, cardiovascular and gastrointestinal. Every physical feature

and possible irregularities are examined in this part of the evaluation.

• M.M.D.S.T.

- Metro Manila Development Screening Test is an evaluation of children below five

years of age. It is a test given to determine if the development of children is

normal or inadequate in relation to their age bracket. There are certain tasks for

the children to follow. The four domains of this test that require assessment are

gross motor, language, fine motor adaptive and personal-social.

Statistical Treatment of Data

Data from the respondents were tabulated. The used of sampling method was

utilized in the study. Specifically, the nonprobability sampling method was used. In

nonprobability sampling, the degree to which the sample differs from the population

remains unknown.

Part of the study computes for the percentage population of the respondents. The

following statistical analyses were used:

For % population: % f = _n_ (x 100)


N

For Sex ratio (SR): SR = _# of total females_ (x 100)


# of total males
For Dependency ratio (DR): DR = (0-14 yrs. old) + (65 and above yrs. old)
(15 yrs. old) + (64 yrs. old)

Data Presentations

Use of data presentations was utilized to visualized the data and see what

happened and make interpretations. Furthermore, it is a way to show the data in

comparison of two variables.

Bar graphs and pie charts are the graphical form of data presentation used in this

study. A bar graph compares values across categories or treatments. Pie charts are used to

show the contribution of each item to the whole. The values are commonly given as a

percent or a proportion.

Tabular form was also used in this study for the purpose of easy interpretation and

analysis of the data collected.


Population Pyramid

For % population: % f = _n_ (x 100)


N
ANALYSIS OF DATA

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION


SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Summary

Pandacan, the adopted community of Mapua Institute of Technology’s School of


Health Sciences, is composed of Alley 1, Alley 2, Alley 3 and Bliss. The people of the
barangay have been constant recipients of simple health care services offered by the
Nursing students and data gathering for health related purposes since 2005.
We have interviewed 97 families with a total population of 374 and majority of
which is composed of females. 255 people were assessed and mostly comprised of young
and middle adults.
The family size of 1 to 4 members has the highest percentage in the data
collected gathering 46.15% and 19.23% (15 families) has been living for not more than 5
years in Pandacan. 70.51% (55 Families) are nuclear and the rest are 24.36% (19
families) extended, 3.85% (3 families) matriarchal type and 1.28% (1 family) is
patriarchal. The dominant member and basic provider of the family in Jesus St, Pandacan,
Manila is the father which is usual to Filipino type of family. Singles comprised the
majority class in community. Majority of the assessed couples were legally married at
the right age.
Mostly their houses are owned and made up of mixed type of housing
materials with one room to sleep. Their appliances are colored television, refrigerator
and fm/am radio. Their toilets are owned and pail system is used. When it comes to their
lighting, the main source is electricity. For water potability, they order from drinking
stations and keep it refrigerated. They cooked their foods using gas stove and their left
over were covered. Their garbage is not covered and they just throw it on a plastic bag
and it is collected by the dump collector everyday.
Majority of the families do not have household pets and if they do have one those
pets are not vaccinated.
When it comes to religion, majority of the respondents are Roman Catholic and
the others are Iglesia Ni Cristo and Born Again.
For educational attainment, the highest percentage is to those who graduated from
high school which is 20.10%.
The main type of employment is regular employed blue collar jobs. Most of them
have a monthly income varying from 5000 and below.
Most of the families in Pandacan prefer the use of cell phones for communication
purposes due to its reliability and accessibility in any given area. For transportation, the
residents of the community utilize various kinds of vehicles such as PUVs, pedicabs,
tricycles, and trolleys. The means of social, creational, and political update of the families
in the community are daily newspapers, TV, and radio. But the major bulk goes to the use
of TV.
The current health status were impaired vision, high blood and non productive
cough ranked accordingly while most of them have a family history of hypertension,
heart disease and diabetes.
For the immunization of adult and children 6 years and below, most of them have
complete immunizations due to the affordability of the immunizations that are sufficient
on their income and the availability of the free vaccines on their works and center.
Most of the kids assessed aged 5 years and below show a normal result in
MMDST.
When it comes to tuberculosis control, the community has only 2 positive
individuals.
In psychological history there is a higher percentage of alcohol user rather than tobacco
user. When the time that the members of the family get sick, most of them consult or go
to the health center or to the public doctor.
Out of 374 total populations, 192 are females and nearly all are in the non
reproductive state and if they are planning to conceive majority agreed that it will happen
two years from now. They will use natural method of family planning. Expecting
mothers, usually have their regular pre natal checkups and have their tetanus vaccine and
ferrous sulfate received. The preferred place of delivery and manner of feeding is at the
lying in clinic and to be breastfed.
This community is not considered poorest of the poor but they also need attention.
Their health status is not that severe they just need to have regular check-ups and do
preventive method so that their health will be better. Health threats are still eminent and
needs immediate response from the community. Health teaching can improve their health
and life style. In this community, you could see that they are civilized yet it needs
improvement so that it will be well-developed. It just needs someone to facilitate them
for further development.
Not all civilized community has diminished the threats of diseases and that we as
students should be aware of the situations that our people are in.

Conclusions

 The community of Barangay 836, as the designated location for the health care

application of the 2nd year nursing students, was given full evaluation in various

facets of health such as related illnesses and familial concerns. In the span of time

the area was appraised, concerns of each family were somehow alleviated through

the services specifically rendered by the nursing students. Along this, factors such

as skills, interventions, and care plans were tested in terms of effectiveness.

 Barangay 836 Pandacan, Manila with a total population of 374 majorities of which

are females (192) 51.34% while (182) 48.36% are males.

 Nursing students can improve their skills during the clinical and community duty

and they can develop handling care for the patient. Health teaching skills can also

be improved during the community duty in the Barangay’s. Nursing students can

also improve their skills on the experience during the clinical and community duty.

 The community manages the health intervention by improving the community like

conducting different health teaching in the community and improving the health

facilities. The health teachings help the residence to improve their awareness in

different diseases and infections. Most of the environmental problem in the

community is the fire hazard.


 Barangay 836 has inadequate space living. Majority of the community that the

group assessed has a poor environmental sanitation resulting into breeding sites

found in the area.

 There a lot of dogs roaming around the facility and it is dangerous for the people

who live there because majority of them has no immunization.

 Due to visible faulty wirings it may bring about fire hazards that ca affect their

livelihood.

 Not all the improving their health conditions but also all the respondents must apply

to their everyday life activities.

 The nursing students, as mediums of health care service, must have assessed the

effectualness of the health techniques they have used and regard skill improvement

as their top priority to provide better service to their future clients. The faculty, as

an immense influence to the students, must work more on a greater motivation that

they can bid their learners. Health intercessions must also be taken into

consideration to see if further and greater enhancement is possible.

 Lastly, the community must also take into account the importance of awareness and

express a more positive response with regards to participation or cooperation with

the barangay organizations. This may help assuage their present conditions and

modify their outlook on health into a better one.

 For the generalization of all the mentioned aspects of the case study, the core

subject which is improvement must be given the greatest of all considerations due

to the fact that it has been the most regarded in the study. For all applications and

interventions to be successful, and for full awareness to gradually spread among the
residents of the community, the three main players of the study – nursing students,

administrators, and community, must always bear in mind that enhancement and

development are the key ingredients of every health care program.

Recommendations

COMMUNITY

 The community should have a segregation scheme. They can make a craft out of

it and income. Those things that could be recycled can be use for added they

could sell it in the market. So even if they are just at home they could have

additional income.

 The community should file a request that the oil depot within the area should

provide a safety measures. If health programs are to be implemented, the

community should cooperate and be fully involved in the betterment of their

community.

 There should have regular updates, and seminars. There should also have posters

and flyers.

FACULTY ADMINISTRATORS

 The faculty administrators should update the curriculum or course description

based on the need or outcome that needs to be develop.

 The faculty administrators should extend their capacities or broaden the scope of

the community assigned. In Barangay 836 and on their own they just need

someone who could facilitate them.


 Faculty preceptors should once in a while have a session to all nursing students

and have a preview of what is happening on the community diagnosis in

preparation on their own. Second, the nursing faculty should help hand in hand

with the NSTP department as a starter for the community diagnosis for nursing

students should be aware on the place so that they would implement their own;

they won’t have a hard time looking for families to be interviewed. There should

be less time of exposure and more time in preparation for defense.

FUTURE RESEARCHERS

 The mean umbrella here is prevention. Like on those who have hypertension,

they should avoid being stressed out, eating fatty foods and they should do their

daily exercise. With the people with asthma, they should avoid the things which

will induce their asthma and they should also avoid being exhaust. Therefore, the

future researchers should find ways on how to minimize or prevent risk factors.

They should educate the community on how to maintain their environment clean

to prevent having illness and they should also eliminate the possible breeding sites

of insects or pests.

 The future researchers should conduct more frequent visit into the family, have a

medical mission or free check-ups. They should coordinate with DOH to have a

low priced medicine. They could also educate the community or carry out

seminars so that people will be aware of different ways how to prevent illness and

they could also voice their comments or what they feel.


 The future researchers should build rapport with the people in the community.

They should not just do assessment or interviews by mere question and answer;

they should have open-ended questions and let the people express their feelings,

because if they will just base it on the given questionnaire, the information will be

limited. They should not be judgmental because what they thought they know

could be wrong. The person who knows him best is his self.
APPENDICES
MAP OF MANILA

(APPENDIX A)
MAP OF PANDACAN

(APPENDIX B)
SPOT MAP

(APPENDIX C)
Assigned Spot Map Name of Head of the
Address
Student Number family
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Del Prado 1 Diga, Alexis
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
2 Labnao, Ricardo
Manila
2609 L Jesus St. Pandacan
3 Mipa, Eduardo
Manila
2609 J Jesus St. Pandacan
Enrile 4 Mipa, Francisco
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
5 Garcia jr., Arturo
Manila
2609 L Jesus St. Pandacan
6 Gajardo, Rolando
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Abuan 7 Gula, Genie
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
8 Tamayo, Donald
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
9 Labnao, Ruben
Manila
5645 Jesus St. Pandacan
Agustin 10 Ashote, Fidel
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
11 Vallejo, Ferdinand
Manila
2601 K Jesus St. Pandacan
12 Lomibao, Domingo
Manila
229,2609 L Jesus St.
Neri 13 Espiritu, Juan
Pandacan Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
14 Bonus, Santiago
Manila
6415,2611 K Jesus St.
15 Dominquez, Ralph
Pandacan Manila
032,26-11 Jesus St.
Nicdao 16 Nepomuceno, Mildred
Pandacan Manila
047,26-11 Jesus St.
17 Hildap, Lolita
Pandacan Manila
0172,26-11 Jesus St.
18 Laurente, Noel
Pandacan Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Padillio 19 Macupa, Fernando
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
20 Labnao, Rodel
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
21 Martines, Tomas
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Odtojan 22 Silvino, Agol
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
23 Labnao, Ramil
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
24 Villaroza, Rustica
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Veluz 25 Llenas, Teddy
Manila
6295 ME Alley 2 St. Peter &
26 Santander, Marcelina
paul CPD Pandacan Manila
2609 Jesus St. Pandacan
27 Banhaw, Rey
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Toledo 28 Portes, Dennis
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
29 Perdon, Leticia
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
30 Santos, Alma
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
San Pedro 31 Ardidon, Samuel
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
32 Lomibao, Teresita
Manila
Alley 2 Jesus St. Pandacan
33 Caratay, Vergilio
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
De Guzman 34 Palero, Annabelle
Manila
Alley 2 Jesus St. Pandacan
35 Romeo, Cocoy
Manila
Alley 2 Jesus St. Pandacan
36 Lachica, Rose
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
De Mesa 37 Omar, Batan
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
38 Maslog, Ernesto
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
39 Dinglasan, Arnold
Manila
2609 J Jesus St. Pandacan
Racpan 40 Dela Pena, Roger
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
41 Molina, Feliza
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
42 Bien, Allan
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Galang 43 Panambitan, Arnel
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
44 Banaag, Leo
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
45 Delos Santos, Bryan
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Frac 46 Esperas, Gerry
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
47 Basbas, Jomar
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
48 Guerrero, Dionito
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Paraiso 49 Apuyan,Alberto
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
50 Esperidion, Salem
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
51 Muna, Renaldo
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Dayola 52 Triste, Danny
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
53 Nepumuceno, Mildred
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
54 Nepumuceno, Editha
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Realco 55 Santos, Valentino
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
56 Solo, Ely
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
57 Estoya, Rene
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Guilliem 58 Manuel, Romia
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
59 Indig, Alejandro
Manila
6611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
60 Mante, Revo
Manila
2609 G Jesus St. Pandacan
Garcia 61 Dacies, Marcelino
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
62 Jalagat, Danilo
Manila
2609 L Jesus St. Pandacan
63 Mabanta, Ariel
Manila
Jesus Extension Jesus St.
Bao 64 Apuyan, Jason
Pandacan Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
65 Jabalde, Elmer
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
66 Panano, Jonathan
Manila
2611 bliss I pandacan
Jalandoni 67 Cabangon, George C.
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
68 Cuarez Sr. Cyril G.
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
69 Damasco Gerald A.
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
San Pablo 70 Gange, Wilma
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
71 Andaya, Marie
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
72 Dela pena, Marnelle
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Tan 73 Panambitan, Simplicio
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
74 Salanio, Ceasar
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
75 Solo, Maria
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Fernandez 76 Suleta, Xyrus
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
77 Costodio, Ferdinand
Manila
2609 K Jesus St. Pandacan
78 Sarding, Lonrado
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
Pajara 79 Arquero, Anghelito
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
80 Frenda, Ferdinand
Manila
2611 K Jesus St. Pandacan
81 Aguirre, Jose
Manila
COMMUNITY PRIORITIES

-SCALE RANKING AND

COMMUNITY NURSING CARE

PLAN

(APPENDIX D)
TOOL ASSESSMENT GUIDE

(APPENDIX E)
ADMISSION DATA

HEAD AND NECK


Date:__________Time:__________Language used:__________ Hair & scalp: [ ] thick [ ] thin [ ] silky [ ] resilient [ ] dry
Arrived via: [ ]wheel chair [ ]stretcher [ ]ambulatory [ ] oily [ ] with/ [ ] without dandruff [ ] patches of hair
From: [ ] admitting [ ] ER [ ] MD clinic [ ] other:__________ Others, specify:____________________
Weight:_____kgs Height:_____ft_____in Temp:___________ Nails (hand/feet): [ ] convex curvature [ ] smooth texture
Pulse:_______ Resp:_______ BP: RA_______ LA_______ [ ] pink/brown color [ ] bluish/purplish [ ] pallor
Reason(s) for admission (Onset, Duration, Pt’s Perception): Face: [ ] symmetrical facial movement
___________________________________________________ [ ] others, specify:___________________
___________________________________________________ Eyebrows: [ ] hair evenly distributed [ ] thin hair [ ] skin
intact [ ] others, specify:___________________
Eyelids: [ ] skin infact [ ] no discharge [ ] no discolorization
Informant: _________________________________________ [ ] bilateral blinking [ ] others, specify:_______________
Relationship to patient:______________________________ Sclera: [ ] white [ ] yellowish (dark skin) [ ] jaundice
Unable to obtain history: [ ]reason(s): _________________ [ ] exessively pale [ ] reddened [ ] with lesions/modules
__________________________________________________ Cornea: [ ] tranparent, shiny, smooth [ ] opaque
[ ] others, specify:____________________
Pupil: [ ] round & reactive to light and acommodation
[ ] others, specify:____________________
ORIENTATION TO UNIT
Visual acuity: [ ] 20/20 [ ] others, specify:_______________
[ ] wears corrective lenses/glasses
Yes No Yes No
[ ] no corrective lenses/glasses
Visiting Hours [] [] Use of telephone [] []
Ears: [ ] outer ear aligned with external canthus of eye (10˚)
Use of Microwave [] [] Hot water for drinking [] []
[ ] color same as skin color [ ] stmmetrical
TV, Room lights [] [] Bed controls, Side rails [] []
Nose: [ ] external: symmetrical, straight [ ] no flaking
Call lights [] [] Mealtime [] []
[ ] no discharge [ ] septum intact and in midline
Use of hospital gowns [] [] Arm bands [] []
Lips & buccal mucosa: [ ] pink color [ ] lips: soft, moist,
Smooth texture and symmetric [ ] others, specify:______
APPEARANCE & MENTAL STATUS

Mental Status:
Oriented to: [ ] people [ ] time [ ] place [ ] disoriented [ ] buccal mucosa: pink, moist, soft, smooth, glistening
Thought organization: [ ] comprehensible [ ] incomprehensible [ ] teeth: white, complete [ ] wears dentures: [ ] upper
[ ] use inappropriate words [ ] w/speech disorder [ ] no response [ ] lower [ ] both
Speech: [ ] clear [ ] slurred [ ] others, specify:________________ [ ] gums: pink in color, moist, firm texture [ ] no retractions
Tongue: [ ] smooth, lateral margins [ ] no lesions
Tonsils: [ ] pink, smooth [ ] no lesions [ ] others, specify:_______
Neck: Lymph nodes: [ ] not enlarge [ ] others, specify:________
General Appearance:
Thyroid gland: [ ] not enlarged [ ] others, specify:___________
Skin color: [ ] brown [ ] black [ ] pink [ ] pale [ ] cyanotic
[ ] jaundice
Uniformity of skin color:
[ ] generally unifrom
[ ] hyperpigmetation on: (specify area):____________
[ ] Hypopigmentation on: (specify area):____________
[ ] other, specify:_____________________________
Presence of edema: [ ] yes [ ] location:________ color:________
Temperature:__________ shape:__________
Degree of edema:
[ ] 1+ barely detectable (2mm)
[ ] 2+ indentation of 2-4 mm
[ ] 3+ indentation of 5-7 mm
[ ] 4+indention of more than 7 mm
Presence of lesion: [ ] yes type: [ ] primary [ ] secondary
Size:_______mm [ ] circumscribed [ ] irregular [ ] round [ ] oval
[ ] elevated [ ] flat [ ] depressed [ ] solid [ ] soft [ ] hard
[ ] rough [ ] thickened [ ] fluid filled [ ] flakes [ ] others, specify:_______
RESPIRATORY

Chest expansion: [ ] full, even & symmetric


[ ] others, specify:________________________________
Breathing pattern: [ ] even [ ] uneven [ ] shallow [ ] dyspnea
Vocal fremitus: [ ] symmetric [ ] others, specify:__________
Secretions: [ ] none [ ] others, specify:__________________
Cough: [ ] none [ ] productive [ ] non-productive
CARDIOVASCULAR
Pulses: Apical rate:__bpm__[ ]regular [ ]irregular [ ]pacemake
S=strong W=weak A=absent D=Doppler
Radial: right___ left:___ pedal: right:___ left:___
Perfusion: [ ] warm [ ] dry [ ] diaphoretic [ ] cool
Others: [ ] site:_______________
[] site:_______________
[] site:_______________
[] site:_______________
FAMILY HISTORY

Yes No Yes No

Diabetes [] [] Hypertentsion [] []
Blood dyscrasia [] [] Eye disease [] []
Hearing loss/problems [] [] Heart disease [] []
High blood pressure [] [] Obesity [] []
Congenital heart diesease [] [] Rheumatic fever [] []
Cancer, specify:________ [] [] Tuberculosis [] []
Kidney problem [] [] Asthma [] []
Seizure disorder [] [] Stroke [] []

GASTROINTESTINAL
Oral Mucosa: [ ] normal others, specify:______________
Bowel sounds: [ ] normal [ ] others, specify:___________
Stool frequency:__________ Character:_______________
Last bowel movement date:__________________________
PSYCHOLOGICAL HISTORY

SELF-CARE GENITO-URINARY

Urine Last voided: date/time of day: [ ] am [ ] pm


Recent Srtess:________________________________________ [ ] normal [ ] anuria [ ] hematuria [ ] dysuria [ ] montinent
Coping mechanism:___________________________________ Others: ___________________________________________
Support system:______________________________________ Cather type:_______________ others:_________________
Calm: [ ] yes [ ] no [ ] Vagina/penile discharge: describe:__________________
Anxious: [ ] yes [ ] no Menarche:_________ Last Menstrual Period:______________
Afraid: [ ] yes [ ] no
Religion:____________________________________________
Tobacco use: [ ] yes, number of sticks/day:_________ [ ] no Need assitance with: [ ] meals [ ] elimination [ ] ambulation
Alcohol use: [ ] yes, number of glasses/day:_________ [ ] no [ ] hygiene [ ] dressing
Type of beverage: [ ] beer [ ] wine [ ] champaigne [ ] others:________
Drug use: [ ] yes [ ] no

SAN LORENZO RUIZ SCHOOL


SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES Patient’s Name:__________________________
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Age/Sex:__________Hospital
no.____________
Room no:__________
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
School of Health Sciences
College of Nursing

FAMILY ASSESSMENT GUIDE


Client Head of the Family:_________________________________________________ Address:___________________________
Surname First Name MI

I. Demographic Data: Household No.:___________ Barangay House No.:_________________

II. Family Data:

Family size:____________________ Length of residancy:________________

III. Family Characteristics:


A. Type of family structure: [ ] nuclear [ ] extended [ ] matriarchal [ ] patriarchal [ ] others, pls. specify: ________________

B. Dominant family member:____________________________

C. Family member’s chart :

Family Members Age Sex Religion Civils Birthday Relationshi Educational Occupation
Status p to the Attainment
Month Year head of the Type of Place of
family Work work
IV. Socio-economic Characteristics:

A. Source of Income: Husband: [ ] regular employee [ ] contracual [ ] casual [ ] self-employed [ ] none [ ] others, pls. specify:_____

B. Monthly family income:


Total (please, check): below Php 5,000.00 [] above Php 20,001.00 - 30,000.00 []
above Php 5,001.00 - 10,000.00 [] above Php 30,001.00 - 40,000.00 []
above Php 10,001.00 - 15,000.00 [] above Php 40,001.00 - 50,000.00 []
above Php 15,001.00 - 20,000.00 [] more than Php 50,001.00 []

C. General family relationship Dynamics:


Language used:__________________ Dialect used:____________________________________________________
Any noticable favorable & unfavorable communication pattern in expressing oneself:______________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_

D. Kind of neighborhood: [ ] poor rural [ ] poor urban [ ] urban [ ] others, specify:__________________________________

E. Social & health facilities available:____________________________________________________________________________

F. Communication & transportation facilities:_____________________________________________________________________

V. Family health current status/ health history ( use the Physical Assessment form for each member of the famiy )

A. Father:__________________________________________________________________________________________________

B. Mother:_________________________________________________________________________________________________

C. Elderly:

Name Age Current illness Immunization Record

Hepa B Influenza Hepa A Others (Specify)

D. Children: ( age 72 months and below )

Children’s Name Age Ht Wt Immunization


(mos) (cms) (kgs Bcg Dpt OPV HepaB MMR
) 1 2 3 B 1 2 3 B 1 2 3 B 1 2 3 b
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

VI. Health and health practices:


A. Who do you consult for heath related problems?
[ ] manghihilot [ ] midwife [ ] doctor [ ] BHW [ ] albularyo [ ] nurse [ ] health center [ ] others, specify:_______
B. For problems other than health, who do you consult?
[ ] family members [ ] friends [ ] priest [ ] relatives [ ] barangasy official [ ] others,specify:______________________

C. Have you had adequate: rest & sleep? [ ] yes [ ] no why?:_________________________________________


exercise? [ ] yes [ ] no why?:_________________________________________
relaxation activities [ ] yes [ ] no why?:_________________________________________
stress management activities? [ ] yes [ ] no why?:__________________________________________

VII. Home & Environment:


A. Ownership: [ ] owned [ ] rented [ ] rent-free

B. Type of housing materials: [ ] light [ ] mixed [ ] strong

C. Number of rooms for sleeping:______________________

D. Is the living space adequate? [ ] yes [ ] no

E. What are the appliances owned by the family? [ ] television set : [ ] black & white [ ] colored
[ ] radio: [ ] FM/AM simple radio battery operated [ ] component (describe):_____
[ ] refrigerator [ ] microwave oven [ ] air conditioning unit

F. Lighting facilities: [ ] electricity [ ] kerosene [ ] others, specify:

G. General sanitary condition:___________________________________________________________________________________


___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_

H. Drinking water supply: Source: [ ] private


[ ] public
[ ] others, specify

I.
Potability:__________________________________________________________________________________________________

J. Drinking water storage: [ ] refrigerated [ ] large uncovered container with faucet [ ] large uncovered container with faucet
[ ] large covered container without faucet [ ] large covered container with faucet
[ ] none (direct from the faucet or pipe [ ] others, specify:_____________________

K. Kitchen: cooking facility: [ ] electric stove [ ] gas stove [ ] firewood/ charcoal


Drainage: [ ] open drainage [ ] blind storage [ ] none
Food storage: [ ] covered [ ] refrigerated [ ] uncovered [ ] cabinet
Sanitary condition:__________________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________________

L. Waste Disposal:
1. Garbage:
Container of the garbage: [ ] covered [ ] not covered [ ] none
Method of the Disposal: [ ]collected [ ] hog feeding [ ] open dumping [ ] open burning
[ ] burying in pit [ ] throw in the river [ ] composting [ ] others,specify:___

2. Toilet
Type: [ ] none [ ] overhung latine [ ] closed pit privy [ ] open pit privy [ ] bored-hole latrine [ ] pail system
[ ] Antipolo[ ] water-sealed latrine [ ] flush type [ ] none [ ] others, specify:_____________________

Distance from the house:___________________________ Sanitary condition:___________________________________

____________________________________

M. Common house hold pets found at home/yard:

Kind Quantity Where Kept With vaccination against anti


rabies
(√)
N. Are there breeding sites of insects, rodent, etc. present? [ ] yes [ ] none

M. Orderly & clean surrounding in & out of the house: [ ] yes [ ] no

N. Are there accident hazards present? [ ] yes specify:________________________________________________________________

VII. Awareness of the community organization:

A. Are you aware of existing organizations in the community? [ ] yes [ ] none

B. Name all the organization you know:

C. Are you or any member of your family a member of any of these organization? [ ] yes If member, specify names of children,
name of organizations & positions:

Family member’s name Name of organization/ position designation

D. Are you aware of its activities & projects? [ ] yes [ ] no

E. How are you involved in its activities?


[ ] attend meeting regularly [ ] planning [ ] implementation [ ] give donation [ ] evaluation [ ] others, specify:____

IX. Family Planning Practices of Married Women of Reproductive Age (MWRA- 15- 49 years old) (to be asked from the mother or
expectant mother)

A.Reproductive state: [ ] menopausal (inurungan ng regla) [ ] hysterectomized (natanggalan na ng bahay-bata)


(end of interview, proceed to sector X. If not applicable, please proceed to letter B)

B. Are you currently pregnant? (Kayo po ba ay buntis sa kasalukuyan?) [ ] yes, # of months:_________ due date:_________ order of
sibling (current
pregnancy):__________________(if yes,proceed to C) [ ] no [ ] not sure (for “no” or “not sure” response,
proceed to D)

C. Do you intend to have another child after this pregnancy? [ ] no [ ] yes, after 2 years [ ] yes, within 2 years
(Nais pa po ba ninyong dagdagan ang inyong mga anak?) (proceed to letter D)

D. Are you interested to use a family planning method? [ ] yes [ ] current user (proceed to letter E)
[ ] no, why?______________________________________________________(if “no”, end of interview, proceed to sector X)
(interesado po ba kayong gumamit ng kahit anong pamamaraan ng pagpaplano ng pamilya?)

If yes, what do you intend to use? (Kung OO, ano po ang inyong nais gamiting pamamaraan?)
[ ] Temporary Method : [ ] Pill [ ] IUD [ ] Injectables [ ] Mucus/Billings/Ovulation [ ] Basal Body Temperature []
Condom
[ ] Standard Days Method

[ ] Permanent Method: [ ] Vasectomy [ ] Tubal Ligation (end of interview proceed to sector X)

E. Are you using any type of family planning method? [ ] yes, tick (√) the box that applies:
[ ] Temporary Method : [ ] Pill [ ] IUD [ ] Injectables [ ] Mucus/Billings/Ovulation [ ] Basal Body Temperature []
Condom
[ ] Standard Days Method

[ ] Permanent Method: [ ] Vasectomy [ ] Tubal Ligation


(proceed to letter F)

F. Where did you get the information about the family planning you are currently using? (Saan po ninyo nalaman kung paano gamitin
ang pamamaraan ng
pagpaplano na kasalukuyang ninyong ginagamit?)
(end of interview)

X. Maternal & Child Care: (Proceed only if the the mother is pregnant, If not or there’s no other pregnant women in the family,
proceed to Sector X. However, if pregnant women is other than the mother, proceed to ask the following questions)
Name of pregnant mother:_______________________________________________ Relatiionship to the head of the
family:______________________
Remarks:______________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________

A. When was your last menstruation? (Kailan po ang inyong huling regla?)_____________________________(day/month/year)

B. Did you have your pre-natal check-up? (Kayopo ba ay naka-pag-pre-natal check-up na?) [ ] yes,
where?_______________________________________
How many times? (Ilang beses na po?)_________________________ [ ] no,
why?__________________________________________

C. Did you receive your tetanus vaccination? (Nabakunahan na po ba kayo ng tetanus toxoid?) [ ] yes [ ] no,
why?__________________________
How many tetanus vaccintation did you already received? (Sa kabuuan, ilan na pong bakuna para sa tetano ang inyong
natanggap?)_________________

D.Do you have ferrous sulfate?(Nakatanggap na po ba kayo ng ferrous sulfate?) [ ] yes [ ] not yet

E. Where dou have to intent to have your baby delivered?(Saan po ninyo binabalak na manganak?) [ ] house (bahay) [ ] hospital []
lying-in clinic

F. How do you intent to feed your baby?(Paano po ninyo pasususuhin ang inyong bagong silang na anak?) [ ]breast feeding [ ] bottle
feeding

G. Did you exclusively breastfeed your other children before they are 6 months old? (Kayo po ba ay eksklusibong nagpasuso ng inyong
mga anak bago
sumapit ang ika-anim na buwan nilang kapanganakan?) [ ] yes [ ] no

IX. Tuberculosis Control

A. Are you or anyone in your family that has cough & colds for more than 2 weeks or more? (Kayo po ba o sino man sa inyong
kapamilya ang may ubo at
sipon na may 2 linggo na o higit pa?) [ ] none [ ] there is

B. Have you or the other member of your family have consulted a physician because of this? ( Kayo po ba o ang inyong kapamilya ay
nakapagkonsulta dahil
dito?) [ ] yes where: [ ] public MD [ ] private MD [ ] no

C. Have you or the other member of the family been diagnosed with pulmonary tuberculosis? ( Kayo po ba o sino man sa inyong
kapamilya ay kasalukuyang
may tuberculosis ayon sa diagnosis ng doctor?) [ ]none [ ] there is how many:_________ age(s): 1st : ______ 2nd : ______
3rd:_______

D. Do you or your other member of the family currently taking medicines for tuberculosis? ( Kayo po ba o o ang inyong kapamilya ay
umiinom ng gamot para sa tuberculosis?) [ ] yes [ ] no

E. Where did you get your medicines for tuberculosis? (Saan po ninyo kinukuha ang inyong mga gamot para sa
TB?)________________________________

F. Do you or other member of the family take your medicines regularly?( Kayo po ba o ang inyong kapamilya ay umiinom ng gamot
araw-araw?)
[ ] yes [ ] no

G. Do you “have treatment partner” who assist you or the other member of the family to take your medicines regularly?(Mayroon po ba
kayo o ang inyong
kapamilya na “treatment partner” sa pag-inom ng gamot laban sa TB?) [ ] yes, there is who is your “treatment
partner”?_______________ [ ]none
(end of interview)

Maraming pong salamat sa panahon na iniukol po ninyo sa amin. Ako po ay muling magbabalik sa susunod na linggo.
BARANGAY 836 HALL

(APPENDIX F)
We students assembled in the Barangay Hall on the first day of our community duty. We
met the Barangay officials who guided us throughout our community stay.
TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES

(APPENDIX G)
These pictures describe the transportation used in this Barangay. These shows that these
vehicles are what the inhabitants of the community use to get around.
HEALTH FACILITIES

(APPENDIX H)
Shown above is the City of Manila Health Center, Isidro Mendoza Jesus St., Pandacan
Manila. This is the nearest health center in the community & this is where all first aids
and care can be implemented immediately in times of emergency situations.
The pictures above show the Health and Nutrition Post and Botika ng Barangay. This is
the nearest pharmacy where some medicines can be bought at an affordable price in the
community
SOCIAL FACILITIES

(APPENDIX I)
Department of Social Welfare District VI Manila Day Care Center, this picture shows the
day-care center of the Barangay, wherein the children of the community are for the 1st
time are taught more about the world around them.
Peter Paul Park was the greenest part of the barangay, and it provided a spectacular view
of the Pasig River. This place was said to be the most focused project of the Barangay
captain.
Recreational facilities found in the Barangay, the Basketball court & the playground
provides people of all ages a fun place to go to.
San Roque Community Chapel and the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, these are the
places where religious gatherings take place.
ALLEY I

(APPENDIX J)
Alley 1 was the first area of the Barangay in our priority list; this is the 1st area that we
visited, this area is a bit congested & all the houses seem to be close to each other.
ALLEY II

(APPENDIX K)
Alley 2 was our second stop; this area was a bit more spacious than alley 1 because it was
located at a wider road and vehicles could pass through.
ALLEY III

(APPENDIX L)
Alley 3 is the most spacious & one of the cleanest parts of the Barangay where not much
rubbish litters the streets.
BLISS

(APPENDIX M)
Bliss is located just within Alley I. this area is the most congested and hazardous due to
possible danger of fire and exposed electrical wiring.
LIST OF STUDENTS

(APPENDIX N)
List of students

Surname Given Name Middle Initial Section Student Number

Abuan Sid Nicholas M. AN02 2006171011

Agustin John Joseph S. AN02 2006170327

Bao Jean Marc S. AN02 2005170708

Dayola Rose Marie G. AN01 2006170906

De Guzman Ronnel V. AN02 2006170807

Del Prado Ana Michaela M. AN02 2006170918

De mesa Matthew C. AN02 2006170421

Enrile Samantha Danielle C. AN01 2006170519

Frac Eda Marie S. AN02 2006170902

Galang Jean Abegail B. AN02 2006170117

Garcia Arriane Rose B. AN02 2006170523

Guillem Jayson V. AN02 2006170717

Jalandoni Rhea V. AN01 2006170104

Neri Kathleen Joyce A. AN01 2006170406

Nicdao Marlon B. AN01 2006170813

Odtojan Jun Philip N. AN01 2006170753

Padillo John Michael M. AN01 2006170745

Pajara Jerome Niko B. AN01 2006170921

Paraiso Jeraldine May M. AN01 2006170103

Racpan Joana Lyn M. AN02 2006170413

Realco Robert Daryl A. AN01 2006170520

100 Adrienne Bianca G. AN02 2005173012

San Pedro Angie Lee P. AN02 2006170817


Tan Ron Christopher M. AN01 2006170832

Toledo Rosedeelyn B. AN01 2006170503

Veluz Maria Corazon S. AN01 2006170348

Fernandez Maria Leslie Hays R. AN02 2004171417

Clinical Instructors:

Professor Elizabeth C. Paragas - AN01

Professor Carolina P. Fortuno - AN02


COMMUNITY PRIORITIES

-SCALE RANKING AND

COMMUNITY NURSING CARE

PLAN

(APPENDIX D)
TOOL ASSESSMENT GUIDE

(APPENDIX E)
ADMISSION DATA

HEAD AND NECK


Date:__________Time:__________Language used:__________ Hair & scalp: [ ] thick [ ] thin [ ] silky [ ] resilient [ ] dry
Arrived via: [ ]wheel chair [ ]stretcher [ ]ambulatory [ ] oily [ ] with/ [ ] without dandruff [ ] patches of hair
From: [ ] admitting [ ] ER [ ] MD clinic [ ] other:__________ Others, specify:____________________
Weight:_____kgs Height:_____ft_____in Temp:___________ Nails (hand/feet): [ ] convex curvature [ ] smooth texture
Pulse:_______ Resp:_______ BP: RA_______ LA_______ [ ] pink/brown color [ ] bluish/purplish [ ] pallor
Reason(s) for admission (Onset, Duration, Pt’s Perception): Face: [ ] symmetrical facial movement
___________________________________________________ [ ] others, specify:___________________
___________________________________________________ Eyebrows: [ ] hair evenly distributed [ ] thin hair [ ] skin
intact [ ] others, specify:___________________
Eyelids: [ ] skin infact [ ] no discharge [ ] no discolorization
Informant: _________________________________________ [ ] bilateral blinking [ ] others, specify:_______________
Relationship to patient:______________________________ Sclera: [ ] white [ ] yellowish (dark skin) [ ] jaundice
Unable to obtain history: [ ]reason(s): _________________ [ ] exessively pale [ ] reddened [ ] with lesions/modules
__________________________________________________ Cornea: [ ] tranparent, shiny, smooth [ ] opaque
[ ] others, specify:____________________
Pupil: [ ] round & reactive to light and acommodation
[ ] others, specify:____________________
ORIENTATION TO UNIT
Visual acuity: [ ] 20/20 [ ] others, specify:_______________
[ ] wears corrective lenses/glasses
Yes No Yes No
[ ] no corrective lenses/glasses
Visiting Hours [] [] Use of telephone [] []
Ears: [ ] outer ear aligned with external canthus of eye (10˚)
Use of Microwave [] [] Hot water for drinking [] []
[ ] color same as skin color [ ] stmmetrical
TV, Room lights [] [] Bed controls, Side rails [] []
Nose: [ ] external: symmetrical, straight [ ] no flaking
Call lights [] [] Mealtime [] []
[ ] no discharge [ ] septum intact and in midline
Use of hospital gowns [] [] Arm bands [] []
Lips & buccal mucosa: [ ] pink color [ ] lips: soft, moist,
Smooth texture and symmetric [ ] others, specify:______
APPEARANCE & MENTAL STATUS

Mental Status:
Oriented to: [ ] people [ ] time [ ] place [ ] disoriented [ ] buccal mucosa: pink, moist, soft, smooth, glistening
Thought organization: [ ] comprehensible [ ] incomprehensible [ ] teeth: white, complete [ ] wears dentures: [ ] upper
[ ] use inappropriate words [ ] w/speech disorder [ ] no response [ ] lower [ ] both
Speech: [ ] clear [ ] slurred [ ] others, specify:________________ [ ] gums: pink in color, moist, firm texture [ ] no retractions
Tongue: [ ] smooth, lateral margins [ ] no lesions
Tonsils: [ ] pink, smooth [ ] no lesions [ ] others, specify:_______
Neck: Lymph nodes: [ ] not enlarge [ ] others, specify:________
General Appearance:
Thyroid gland: [ ] not enlarged [ ] others, specify:___________
Skin color: [ ] brown [ ] black [ ] pink [ ] pale [ ] cyanotic
[ ] jaundice
Uniformity of skin color:
[ ] generally unifrom
[ ] hyperpigmetation on: (specify area):____________
[ ] Hypopigmentation on: (specify area):____________
[ ] other, specify:_____________________________
Presence of edema: [ ] yes [ ] location:________ color:________
Temperature:__________ shape:__________
Degree of edema:
[ ] 1+ barely detectable (2mm)
[ ] 2+ indentation of 2-4 mm
[ ] 3+ indentation of 5-7 mm
[ ] 4+indention of more than 7 mm
Presence of lesion: [ ] yes type: [ ] primary [ ] secondary
Size:_______mm [ ] circumscribed [ ] irregular [ ] round [ ] oval
[ ] elevated [ ] flat [ ] depressed [ ] solid [ ] soft [ ] hard
[ ] rough [ ] thickened [ ] fluid filled [ ] flakes [ ] others, specify:_______
RESPIRATORY

Chest expansion: [ ] full, even & symmetric


[ ] others, specify:________________________________
Breathing pattern: [ ] even [ ] uneven [ ] shallow [ ] dyspnea
Vocal fremitus: [ ] symmetric [ ] others, specify:__________
Secretions: [ ] none [ ] others, specify:__________________
Cough: [ ] none [ ] productive [ ] non-productive
CARDIOVASCULAR
Pulses: Apical rate:__bpm__[ ]regular [ ]irregular [ ]pacemake
S=strong W=weak A=absent D=Doppler
Radial: right___ left:___ pedal: right:___ left:___
Perfusion: [ ] warm [ ] dry [ ] diaphoretic [ ] cool
Others: [ ] site:_______________
[] site:_______________
[] site:_______________
[] site:_______________
FAMILY HISTORY

Yes No Yes No

Diabetes [] [] Hypertentsion [] []
Blood dyscrasia [] [] Eye disease [] []
Hearing loss/problems [] [] Heart disease [] []
High blood pressure [] [] Obesity [] []
Congenital heart diesease [] [] Rheumatic fever [] []
Cancer, specify:________ [] [] Tuberculosis [] []
Kidney problem [] [] Asthma [] []
Seizure disorder [] [] Stroke [] []

GASTROINTESTINAL
Oral Mucosa: [ ] normal others, specify:______________
Bowel sounds: [ ] normal [ ] others, specify:___________
Stool frequency:__________ Character:_______________
Last bowel movement date:__________________________
PSYCHOLOGICAL HISTORY

SELF-CARE GENITO-URINARY

Urine Last voided: date/time of day: [ ] am [ ] pm


Recent Srtess:________________________________________ [ ] normal [ ] anuria [ ] hematuria [ ] dysuria [ ] montinent
Coping mechanism:___________________________________ Others: ___________________________________________
Support system:______________________________________ Cather type:_______________ others:_________________
Calm: [ ] yes [ ] no [ ] Vagina/penile discharge: describe:__________________
Anxious: [ ] yes [ ] no Menarche:_________ Last Menstrual Period:______________
Afraid: [ ] yes [ ] no
Religion:____________________________________________
Tobacco use: [ ] yes, number of sticks/day:_________ [ ] no Need assitance with: [ ] meals [ ] elimination [ ] ambulation
Alcohol use: [ ] yes, number of glasses/day:_________ [ ] no [ ] hygiene [ ] dressing
Type of beverage: [ ] beer [ ] wine [ ] champaigne [ ] others:________
Drug use: [ ] yes [ ] no

SAN LORENZO RUIZ SCHOOL


SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES Patient’s Name:__________________________
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Age/Sex:__________Hospital
no.____________
Room no:__________
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
School of Health Sciences
College of Nursing

FAMILY ASSESSMENT GUIDE


Client Head of the Family:_________________________________________________ Address:___________________________
Surname First Name MI

I. Demographic Data: Household No.:___________ Barangay House No.:_________________

II. Family Data:

Family size:____________________ Length of residancy:________________

III. Family Characteristics:


A. Type of family structure: [ ] nuclear [ ] extended [ ] matriarchal [ ] patriarchal [ ] others, pls. specify: ________________

B. Dominant family member:____________________________

C. Family member’s chart :

Family Members Age Sex Religion Civils Birthday Relationshi Educational Occupation
Status p to the Attainment
Month Year head of the Type of Place of
family Work work
IV. Socio-economic Characteristics:

A. Source of Income: Husband: [ ] regular employee [ ] contracual [ ] casual [ ] self-employed [ ] none [ ] others, pls. specify:_____

B. Monthly family income:


Total (please, check): below Php 5,000.00 [] above Php 20,001.00 - 30,000.00 []
above Php 5,001.00 - 10,000.00 [] above Php 30,001.00 - 40,000.00 []
above Php 10,001.00 - 15,000.00 [] above Php 40,001.00 - 50,000.00 []
above Php 15,001.00 - 20,000.00 [] more than Php 50,001.00 []

C. General family relationship Dynamics:


Language used:__________________ Dialect used:____________________________________________________
Any noticable favorable & unfavorable communication pattern in expressing oneself:______________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_

D. Kind of neighborhood: [ ] poor rural [ ] poor urban [ ] urban [ ] others, specify:__________________________________

E. Social & health facilities available:____________________________________________________________________________

F. Communication & transportation facilities:_____________________________________________________________________

V. Family health current status/ health history ( use the Physical Assessment form for each member of the famiy )

A. Father:__________________________________________________________________________________________________

B. Mother:_________________________________________________________________________________________________

C. Elderly:

Name Age Current illness Immunization Record

Hepa B Influenza Hepa A Others (Specify)

D. Children: ( age 72 months and below )

Children’s Name Age Ht Wt Immunization


(mos) (cms) (kgs Bcg Dpt OPV HepaB MMR
) 1 2 3 B 1 2 3 B 1 2 3 B 1 2 3 b
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

VI. Health and health practices:


A. Who do you consult for heath related problems?
[ ] manghihilot [ ] midwife [ ] doctor [ ] BHW [ ] albularyo [ ] nurse [ ] health center [ ] others, specify:_______
B. For problems other than health, who do you consult?
[ ] family members [ ] friends [ ] priest [ ] relatives [ ] barangasy official [ ] others,specify:______________________

C. Have you had adequate: rest & sleep? [ ] yes [ ] no why?:_________________________________________


exercise? [ ] yes [ ] no why?:_________________________________________
relaxation activities [ ] yes [ ] no why?:_________________________________________
stress management activities? [ ] yes [ ] no why?:__________________________________________

VII. Home & Environment:


A. Ownership: [ ] owned [ ] rented [ ] rent-free

B. Type of housing materials: [ ] light [ ] mixed [ ] strong

C. Number of rooms for sleeping:______________________

D. Is the living space adequate? [ ] yes [ ] no

E. What are the appliances owned by the family? [ ] television set : [ ] black & white [ ] colored
[ ] radio: [ ] FM/AM simple radio battery operated [ ] component (describe):_____
[ ] refrigerator [ ] microwave oven [ ] air conditioning unit

F. Lighting facilities: [ ] electricity [ ] kerosene [ ] others, specify:

G. General sanitary condition:___________________________________________________________________________________


___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
_

H. Drinking water supply: Source: [ ] private


[ ] public
[ ] others, specify

I.
Potability:__________________________________________________________________________________________________

J. Drinking water storage: [ ] refrigerated [ ] large uncovered container with faucet [ ] large uncovered container with faucet
[ ] large covered container without faucet [ ] large covered container with faucet
[ ] none (direct from the faucet or pipe [ ] others, specify:_____________________

K. Kitchen: cooking facility: [ ] electric stove [ ] gas stove [ ] firewood/ charcoal


Drainage: [ ] open drainage [ ] blind storage [ ] none
Food storage: [ ] covered [ ] refrigerated [ ] uncovered [ ] cabinet
Sanitary condition:__________________________________________________________________________________

___________________________________________________________________________________

L. Waste Disposal:
1. Garbage:
Container of the garbage: [ ] covered [ ] not covered [ ] none
Method of the Disposal: [ ]collected [ ] hog feeding [ ] open dumping [ ] open burning
[ ] burying in pit [ ] throw in the river [ ] composting [ ] others,specify:___

2. Toilet
Type: [ ] none [ ] overhung latine [ ] closed pit privy [ ] open pit privy [ ] bored-hole latrine [ ] pail system
[ ] Antipolo[ ] water-sealed latrine [ ] flush type [ ] none [ ] others, specify:_____________________

Distance from the house:___________________________ Sanitary condition:___________________________________

____________________________________

M. Common house hold pets found at home/yard:

Kind Quantity Where Kept With vaccination against anti


rabies
(√)
N. Are there breeding sites of insects, rodent, etc. present? [ ] yes [ ] none

M. Orderly & clean surrounding in & out of the house: [ ] yes [ ] no

N. Are there accident hazards present? [ ] yes specify:________________________________________________________________

VII. Awareness of the community organization:

A. Are you aware of existing organizations in the community? [ ] yes [ ] none

B. Name all the organization you know:

C. Are you or any member of your family a member of any of these organization? [ ] yes If member, specify names of children,
name of organizations & positions:

Family member’s name Name of organization/ position designation

D. Are you aware of its activities & projects? [ ] yes [ ] no

E. How are you involved in its activities?


[ ] attend meeting regularly [ ] planning [ ] implementation [ ] give donation [ ] evaluation [ ] others, specify:____

IX. Family Planning Practices of Married Women of Reproductive Age (MWRA- 15- 49 years old) (to be asked from the mother or
expectant mother)

A.Reproductive state: [ ] menopausal (inurungan ng regla) [ ] hysterectomized (natanggalan na ng bahay-bata)


(end of interview, proceed to sector X. If not applicable, please proceed to letter B)

B. Are you currently pregnant? (Kayo po ba ay buntis sa kasalukuyan?) [ ] yes, # of months:_________ due date:_________ order of
sibling (current
pregnancy):__________________(if yes,proceed to C) [ ] no [ ] not sure (for “no” or “not sure” response,
proceed to D)

C. Do you intend to have another child after this pregnancy? [ ] no [ ] yes, after 2 years [ ] yes, within 2 years
(Nais pa po ba ninyong dagdagan ang inyong mga anak?) (proceed to letter D)

D. Are you interested to use a family planning method? [ ] yes [ ] current user (proceed to letter E)
[ ] no, why?______________________________________________________(if “no”, end of interview, proceed to sector X)
(interesado po ba kayong gumamit ng kahit anong pamamaraan ng pagpaplano ng pamilya?)

If yes, what do you intend to use? (Kung OO, ano po ang inyong nais gamiting pamamaraan?)
[ ] Temporary Method : [ ] Pill [ ] IUD [ ] Injectables [ ] Mucus/Billings/Ovulation [ ] Basal Body Temperature []
Condom
[ ] Standard Days Method

[ ] Permanent Method: [ ] Vasectomy [ ] Tubal Ligation (end of interview proceed to sector X)

E. Are you using any type of family planning method? [ ] yes, tick (√) the box that applies:
[ ] Temporary Method : [ ] Pill [ ] IUD [ ] Injectables [ ] Mucus/Billings/Ovulation [ ] Basal Body Temperature []
Condom
[ ] Standard Days Method

[ ] Permanent Method: [ ] Vasectomy [ ] Tubal Ligation


(proceed to letter F)

F. Where did you get the information about the family planning you are currently using? (Saan po ninyo nalaman kung paano gamitin
ang pamamaraan ng
pagpaplano na kasalukuyang ninyong ginagamit?)
(end of interview)

X. Maternal & Child Care: (Proceed only if the the mother is pregnant, If not or there’s no other pregnant women in the family,
proceed to Sector X. However, if pregnant women is other than the mother, proceed to ask the following questions)
Name of pregnant mother:_______________________________________________ Relatiionship to the head of the
family:______________________
Remarks:______________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________

A. When was your last menstruation? (Kailan po ang inyong huling regla?)_____________________________(day/month/year)

B. Did you have your pre-natal check-up? (Kayopo ba ay naka-pag-pre-natal check-up na?) [ ] yes,
where?_______________________________________
How many times? (Ilang beses na po?)_________________________ [ ] no,
why?__________________________________________

C. Did you receive your tetanus vaccination? (Nabakunahan na po ba kayo ng tetanus toxoid?) [ ] yes [ ] no,
why?__________________________
How many tetanus vaccintation did you already received? (Sa kabuuan, ilan na pong bakuna para sa tetano ang inyong
natanggap?)_________________

D.Do you have ferrous sulfate?(Nakatanggap na po ba kayo ng ferrous sulfate?) [ ] yes [ ] not yet

E. Where dou have to intent to have your baby delivered?(Saan po ninyo binabalak na manganak?) [ ] house (bahay) [ ] hospital []
lying-in clinic

F. How do you intent to feed your baby?(Paano po ninyo pasususuhin ang inyong bagong silang na anak?) [ ]breast feeding [ ] bottle
feeding

G. Did you exclusively breastfeed your other children before they are 6 months old? (Kayo po ba ay eksklusibong nagpasuso ng inyong
mga anak bago
sumapit ang ika-anim na buwan nilang kapanganakan?) [ ] yes [ ] no

IX. Tuberculosis Control

A. Are you or anyone in your family that has cough & colds for more than 2 weeks or more? (Kayo po ba o sino man sa inyong
kapamilya ang may ubo at
sipon na may 2 linggo na o higit pa?) [ ] none [ ] there is

B. Have you or the other member of your family have consulted a physician because of this? ( Kayo po ba o ang inyong kapamilya ay
nakapagkonsulta dahil
dito?) [ ] yes where: [ ] public MD [ ] private MD [ ] no

C. Have you or the other member of the family been diagnosed with pulmonary tuberculosis? ( Kayo po ba o sino man sa inyong
kapamilya ay kasalukuyang
may tuberculosis ayon sa diagnosis ng doctor?) [ ]none [ ] there is how many:_________ age(s): 1st : ______ 2nd : ______
3rd:_______

D. Do you or your other member of the family currently taking medicines for tuberculosis? ( Kayo po ba o o ang inyong kapamilya ay
umiinom ng gamot para sa tuberculosis?) [ ] yes [ ] no

E. Where did you get your medicines for tuberculosis? (Saan po ninyo kinukuha ang inyong mga gamot para sa
TB?)________________________________

F. Do you or other member of the family take your medicines regularly?( Kayo po ba o ang inyong kapamilya ay umiinom ng gamot
araw-araw?)
[ ] yes [ ] no

G. Do you “have treatment partner” who assist you or the other member of the family to take your medicines regularly?(Mayroon po ba
kayo o ang inyong
kapamilya na “treatment partner” sa pag-inom ng gamot laban sa TB?) [ ] yes, there is who is your “treatment
partner”?_______________ [ ]none
(end of interview)

Maraming pong salamat sa panahon na iniukol po ninyo sa amin. Ako po ay muling magbabalik sa susunod na linggo.
BARANGAY 836 HALL

(APPENDIX F)
We students assembled in the Barangay Hall on the first day of our community duty. We
met the Barangay officials who guided us throughout our community stay.
TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES

(APPENDIX G)
These pictures describe the transportation used in this Barangay. These shows that these
vehicles are what the inhabitants of the community use to get around.
HEALTH FACILITIES

(APPENDIX H)
Shown above is the City of Manila Health Center, Isidro Mendoza Jesus St., Pandacan
Manila. This is the nearest health center in the community & this is where all first aids
and care can be implemented immediately in times of emergency situations.
The pictures above show the Health and Nutrition Post and Botika ng Barangay. This is
the nearest pharmacy where some medicines can be bought at an affordable price in the
community
SOCIAL FACILITIES

(APPENDIX I)
Department of Social Welfare District VI Manila Day Care Center, this picture shows the
day-care center of the Barangay, wherein the children of the community are for the 1st
time are taught more about the world around them.
Peter Paul Park was the greenest part of the barangay, and it provided a spectacular view
of the Pasig River. This place was said to be the most focused project of the Barangay
captain.
Recreational facilities found in the Barangay, the Basketball court & the playground
provides people of all ages a fun place to go to.
San Roque Community Chapel and the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, these are the
places where religious gatherings take place.
ALLEY I

(APPENDIX J)
Alley 1 was the first area of the Barangay in our priority list; this is the 1st area that we
visited, this area is a bit congested & all the houses seem to be close to each other.
ALLEY II

(APPENDIX K)
Alley 2 was our second stop; this area was a bit more spacious than alley 1 because it was
located at a wider road and vehicles could pass through.
ALLEY III

(APPENDIX L)
Alley 3 is the most spacious & one of the cleanest parts of the Barangay where not much
rubbish litters the streets.
BLISS

(APPENDIX M)
Bliss is located just within Alley I. this area is the most congested and hazardous due to
possible danger of fire and exposed electrical wiring.
LIST OF STUDENTS

(APPENDIX N)
List of students

Surname Given Name Middle Initial Student Number

Abuan Sid Nicholas M. 2006171011

Agustin John Joseph S. 2006170327

Bao Jean Marc S. 2005170708

Dayola Rose Marie G. 2006170906

De Guzman Ronnel V. 2006170807

Del Prado Ana Michaela M. 2006170918

De mesa Matthew C. 2006170421

Enrile Samantha Danielle C. 2006170519

Frac Eda Marie S. 2006170902

Galang Jean Abegail B. 2006170117

Garcia Arriane Rose B. 2006170523

Guillem Jayson V. 2006170717

Jalandoni Rhea V. 2006170104

Neri Kathleen Joyce A. 2006170406

Nicdao Marlon B. 2006170813

Odtojan Jun Philip N. 2006170753

Padillo John Michael M. 2006170745

Pajara Jerome Niko B. 2006170921

Paraiso Jeraldine May M. 2006170103

Racpan Joana Lyn M. 2006170413

Realco Robert Daryl A. 2006170520

San Pablo Adrienne Bianca G. 2005173012

San Pedro Angie Lee P. 2006170817


Tan Ron Christopher M. 2006170832

Toledo Rosedeelyn B. 2006170503

Veluz Maria Corazon S. 2006170348

Fernandez Maria Leslie Hays R. 2004171417

Clinical Instructors:

Professor Elizabeth C. Paragas - AN01

Professor Carolina P. Fortuno - AN02