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The Nursing Curriculum in the Philippines

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Transcript of The Nursing Curriculum in the Philippines

THE NURSING CURRICULUM
CURRICULAR REVISIONS
CHED Memorandum No. 10 series of 1998
CHED Memorandum No. 30 series of 2001
CHED Memorandum No. 5 series of 2008
NURSING PROGRAM IN THE PHILIPPINES
THE NEW POLICIES AND STANDARDS FOR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING PROGRAM (CMO NO.14 SERIES OF 2009)
The Curricular Outline Summary
General Education 73 units
Nursing 72 units
Physical Education 8 units


Grand Total 153-159 units
Graduates in Nursing (GN) who wish to go to the BSN Program shall fulfill the requirement of the BSN curriculum specified under MECS Order No.9 series of 1984 according to the following guidelines:
1.Must fulfill the requirements of PD No. 146 (requiring NCEE)

2.Must fulfill admission requirements of the school where the student wishes to enroll

3.Must take all general education subjects specified for the BSN program in DECS Order No. 59 series of 1985.

Note: Graduate Nurse Program may be credited a maximum of 41 units towards the BSN Program.

Applicants shall be evaluated on a case to case basis considering the following:

1.GN program attended
2.Experience in Nursing Practice

Full-time staff nursing experience (hospitals, public health, occupational health nursing, school nursing, and military nursing) may be credited 20 hours of RLE for every year but not exceed 200 hours towards Nursing 106.
The Curricular Outline Summary

General Education 65 units
Associate in Health
Science Education 24 units
Nursing 80 units
Physical Education 8 units

Grand Total 177 units

The Curricular Outline Summary
B. Related Leaning Experience

Course Units Hours
Equivalence
Nursing 100 1 51 hours
Nursing 101 3 153 hours
Nursing 102 4 204 hours
Nursing 103 5 255 hours
Nursing 104 7 357 hours
Nursing 105 4 204 hours
Nursing 106 7 357 hours
Elective (RLE) 6 306 hours
Total 37 units 1,887 hours

Related Learning Experience
Course Units Hours
Equivalence
PHC I 3 153 hours
PHC II 2 102 hours
NCM 100 1 51 hours
NCM 101 8 408 hours
NCM 102 8 408 hours
NCM 103 4 204 hours
NCM 104 8 408 hours
NCM 105 8 408 hours


Total 42 units 2, 142 hours

General Education 87 units

Professional
Courses 125 units

Grand Total 212 units

Related Learning Experience
Course Units RLE
Contact Hours

Health Assessment 1 51 hours
CHN 2 102 hours
NCM 100 2 102 hours
NCM 101 6 306 hours
NCM 102 6 306 hours
NCM 103 6 306 hours
NCM 104 6 306 hours
NCM 105 4 204 hours
NCM 106 8 408 hours
NCM 107 8 408 hours

Total 49units 2, 499 hours

CHED Memorandum No. 14 series of 2009
The Curricular Outline Summary
General Education 87 units
Professional Courses 115 units

Grand Total 202 units

Related Learning Experience

Laboratory Units
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