Course Name: Diploma in Nursing Care Assistant
Course Id: DNCA/Q0001.
Education Qualification: 10th Class.
Course and Exam Fee: 5000.
Certification Process under Recognized Prior Learning (RPL) Mode.
How You will Get Diploma Certificate:
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Step 6- After Payment You will receive Study Material and Online Examination link on your email id.
Step 7- After Completion of Course Study give Online Examination.
Step 8- After Online Examination within 7 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 30 days.
Step 9- After Certification you will receive Prospect Job Opportunities as per your Interest Area.
Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
Benefits of Certification:
- Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
- Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
- Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
- Free Job Assistance as per your Interest Area.
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Diploma in Nursing Care Assistant
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Fundamental of Nursing||100||40|
|Basic Nursing Care and Needs of the Patient||100||40|
|Community Health Nursing||100||40|
|Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing||100||40|
Fundamental of Nursing
Introduction to Nursing: Nursing: Definition, meaning, Nature, scope, principle sand History of nursing, Nurse: Definition and meaning, preparation of a nurse qualities‐personal, professional, Ethics in nursing, Role and responsibilities of a nurse, Health care agencies: Hospital and community, Types of Hospitals and their functions, Holistic approach to nursing, Comprehensive nursing care, Nursing care of the patient /Client: Introduction to the sick and well, Determinants of health status, Patient/ Client: as an individual, member of the family, Society, effects of illness and hospitalization on patient and His family, Admission of a patient: patient’s unit, set up and care Admission procedure, reception of patient, care of patient’s Belongings, Bed and Bed Making: Principle of bed‐making, factor to be considered In selecting and making bed, different types of beds And their uses, Maintenance of therapeutic environment: Temperature, light, noise and humidity, Psycho social Environment: Meaning and its importance, aesthetic, Consideration in the environment, colour scheme, Beauty and flower arrangements, Meaning , importance and steps in development, Recording and Reporting: Importance, types and nurses responsibilities.
Basic Nursing Care and Needs of the Patient
Hygienic Needs and physical needs: Importance of maintaining good personal and environment hygiene in health and disease, Nurse’s role in maintaining good personal and environment hygiene, Care of Skin and Mucous Membrane, Bed bath, care of hair, eyes, nose, ears, teeth, genitalia, hands and feet. Nutrition needs, Importance of diet in health and disease, factors affecting the normal nutrition in sickness, nurses role in maintaining good nutrition, feeding helpless patients, maintenance of intake and output record, Elimination needs: Problem in sickness: constipation and diarrhea, retention and incontinence of urine, Nurse’s role in meeting elimination needs, Safety needs: Environmental hazards, role of nurses in prevention of health hazards, Interpersonal relationship, cultural/spiritual/religious needs, Activity and Exercises: Importance of activity and exercise in health and sickness, active and passive exercise.
Community Health Nursing
Introduction to Community Health and Community Health Nursing: Health and disease, Community, community health , community health nursing, Dimensions of health, Primary healthcare: Elements and principles, Nurse’ role In primary health care, Evolution and development of community health nursing In India and its present concept, Differences between institutional and community health nursing, Philosophy, goals, objectives and principles of community Health nursing practice, Qualities and functions of a community health nurse, Community Health Nursing Process: Concepts and definition, Importance of the community health nursing process, Steps of the process: Community identification, population Composition, health and allied resources, community, Assessment , planning and conducting community health Nursing care services, Health Assessment: Characteristics of healthy individual, Identification of deviation from normal health, Principles of epidemiology and Epidemiological Methods: Definition and aims of epidemiology, Basic tools of measurement in epidemiology, Disease transmission‐ direct and indirect, Immunizing agents and immunization schedule, Family Health Nursing care: Concepts, goals, objectives, family as a unit of health family Health care services.
Concept scope nature and importance of sociology in Nursing, The socio‐cultural and economic aspects of the community And their effects in health and illness. Brief review of human growth and development, Effect of environment on childhood, adolescence, adulthood And old age. The right and responsibilities of the individual in a Democratic society, The right and responsibilities of the individual in a Democratic society, Basic needs of family, its structure and relationships, Family life education: pre‐marriage and parenthood. Group: Types, Structure, inter‐group relationship, group Cycle, group behaviour and group morale, Social changes, social control, social stratification.
Concept in child health care, Trends in paediatric nursing, Role of paediatric nurse in child care. ‐ Child care in India. ‐ Emerging challenges, nursing process related to paediatric Nursing. ‐ Concept of preventive paediatics. ‐ Vital statistics, .Characteristics of New Born and Physiological Status of The new born: Assessment of the new born: head to toe assessment (physical assessment), neurological assessment. ‐ Nursing care of the normal/healthy new born, Common health problems‐medical and nursing management of: Hyperbilirubinaemia, hemolytic disorder, neonatal hypoglycaemia, Sepsis, oral thrush, impetigo, erythema toxicum, hypothermia.
Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing
Meaning of mental health and mental illness, ‐ Definition of terms used in psychiatry. ‐ Review of mental mechanisms (ego mechanisms). ‐ Review of personality and types of personality. History of psychiatry: History of psychiatric nursing. ‐ Trends in psychiatric nursing. Mental Health assessment, Psychiatric history taking ‐ Interview technique and mental status examination, Community Mental Health, Concept, importance and scope. ‐ Attitude and misconceptions towards mentally ill. ‐ Prevention of mental illness(Preventive Psychiatry) during childhood, Adolescence, adulthood and old age. ‐ Community mental health services. ‐ Role of nurses in community mental health services.