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PostSubject: Standard Format & Content for Community Diagnosis   Thu Jul 02, 2009 6:55 pm

Standard Format & Content for Community Diagnosis

IMPORTANT REMINDER TO STUDENTS: DO NOT PLAGIARIZE, SUBMIT AN OUTPUT DONE BY SOMEONE ELSE OR DO A CUT AND PASTE. REMEMBER, WE HAVE TOOLS TO DETECT COPIED MATERIAL.

ALSO SUBMIT YOUR OUTPUT ON THE 5th DAY OF YOUR ROTATION in Green book bound form (spiral bound) AND ORALLY PRESENT AND DEFEND YOUR OUTPUT DURING THE LAST DAY OF YOUR CHN CLINICAL ROTATION.

The output that you will submit must be both as a hard copy (paper form) and soft copy (burned on CD-R as a group).

To do your community diagnosis, download your community diagnosis tool here:
4shared.com4shared.com/file/115507364/c367efa6/Fatima_Community_Diagnosis_Tool.html

If the site asks you for a password type "chnrle" all small letters, no caps and without the " "

You may need Adobe Acrobat Reader as this is in PDF format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, download it here:
http://get.adobe.com/reader/ and install it.

Print and Replicate at least 30 copies of your community diagnosis tool. Bring this tool in your RLE rotation when you do community diagnosis and family ncp in the afternoon. You CANNOT make your output without this tool unless you prefer to create one on your own. This is the same tool you will need to make your family NCP.

The output that you will submit must be both as a hard copy (paper form) and soft copy (burned on CD-ROM as a group). Include a CD envelope attached to the last page of your output. The book bound output may be spiral bound with a GREEN COVER.

Standard Format & Content for Community Diagnosis - Bookbind your output in GREEN and attach your Individual Family NCPs

Title Page (must include the name of the community, location, your names, section, group number) A sample of the Title Page can be found here:
4shared.com4shared.com/file/118438923/81b0e234/Title_Page_Sample.html

If the site asks you for a password type "chnrle" all small letters, no caps and without the " ". A sample is also show below:


Table of Contents

Introduction (give the reader an introduction of the community in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

Acknowledgement (give recognition to the people, institutions, etc. that helped you create this paper in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

Rationale (give the fundamental reason or reasons serving to account for creating this paper in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

Statement of Objectives (explain what your efforts or actions intend to attain or accomplish; your purpose, goal or target in RICH LITERARY STYLE). Specify your General Objectives and Specific Objectives

Methodology and tools used (explain your sampling technique, how you collected your samples, and the tools you used to make your study in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

Limitation of the study (explain your study’s restrictive weakness, lack of capacity, inability or handicap in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

CHAPTERS:

I. SETTING OF THE STUDY
A. Description (all in RICH LITERARY STYLE)
- Location
- Boundaries
- Total population
- Total land area
- Physical features
- Climate
- Medium of communication
- Means of transportation
- Resources availability in the community
- History

B. Spot Map
- Construct a spot map with the following:
- Directions N, W, E, S (similar to a compass)
- North should always be located at the top
- Resources in the community (brgy. Hall, school, market, church, public faucet, public toilet, etc…)
- Use color legends to indicate household interviewed, health program acceptors/beneficiaries (FIC, malnourished child, AP, PP, preschooler, TB patient, etc.)
- Give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE
DO NOT use Google Earth, Google Maps or other similar sites to create your Spot Map. A sample of the Spot Map is shown below:


II. POPULATION
A. Total population of the barangay
B. Total population of the families surveyed
C. Sex Ratio
(Formula= No. of males / No. of females x 100)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

D. Age and Sex Distribution
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 1) & (Graph or Pie Chart 1)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)
To give you a guide and see an example of how to write your analysis of the data you have gathered in RICH LITERARY STYLE, download a sample analysis of a graph and table here:
4shared.com4shared.com/file/116054500/2dad5b3b/Analysis_Sample.html

If the site asks you for a password type "chnrle" all small letters, no caps and without the " "

TAKE NOTE THAT EACH TABLE, GRAPH & PIE CHART MUST HAVE THEIR OWN INDIVIDUAL ANALYSIS.

The guide is also shown below:




E. Civil Status
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 2) & (Graph or Pie Chart 2)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

III. ECONOMIC INDICES
A. Dependency Ratio:
(Formula = no. of pop. 0-14 y/o + 65 y/o & above / population 15 y/o to 64 y/o X 100)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

B. Occupational Status:
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 3) & (Graph or Pie Chart 3)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

C. Types of occupation
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 4) & (Graph or Pie Chart 4)
(fisherman, farmer, soldier, etc.)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

D. Average income
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 5) & (Graph or Pie Chart 5)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

E. Monthly Family Expenditure
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 6) & (Graph or Pie Chart 6)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

IV. SOCIO-CULTURAL INDICES
A. Literacy rate
(Formula=no. of pop. 8 y/o & above who can read & write / total # of population 8 y/o and above x 100)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

B. Educational Attainment
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 7) & (Graph or Pie Chart 7)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

C. Religion
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table Eight) & (Graph or Pie Chart Eight)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

D. Ethnic/Place of origin
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 9) & (Graph or Pie Chart 9)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

E. Population movement/Length of residency
(Length/years of stay in the area of the family surveyed)
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 10) & (Graph or Pie Chart 10)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

F. Languages/Dialects mainly spoken in the household
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 11) & (Graph or Pie Chart 11)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

G. Housing

1. Land Ownership
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 12) & (Graph or Pie Chart 12)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

2. House Ownership
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 13) & (Graph or Pie Chart 13)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

3. Types of house materials
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 14) & (Graph or Pie Chart 14)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

4. Ventilation
Method:
Use only one unit of measurement – meters
Determine the total floor area (TFA)
Get the area of the window or the window opening (WO).
WO= length of the window times its width L x W
Apply the following formula: Ventilation=TWO/TFA x 100
For the state of ventilation, consider the following scale:
20%-well ventilated, 18-19%-fair, 17% below-poorly ventilated.

(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 15) & (Graph or Pie Chart 15)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

V. ENVIRONMENTAL INDICES
A. Lighting Facilities
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 16) & (Graph or Pie Chart 16)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

B. Excreta Disposal
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 17) & (Graph or Pie Chart 17)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

C. Sanitary condition of toilet facility
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 18) & (Graph or Pie Chart 18)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

D. Garbage disposal
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 19) & (Graph or Pie Chart 19)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

E. Source of drinking water
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 20) & (Graph or Pie Chart 20)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

F. Storage of drinking water
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 21) & (Graph or Pie Chart 21)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

G. Methods of sanitizing drinking water
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 22) & (Graph or Pie Chart 22)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

H. Presence of vectors and rodents
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 23) & (Graph or Pie Chart 23)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

I. Ways of controlling vectors and rodents
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 24) & (Graph or Pie Chart 24)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

VI. HEALTH INDICES
A. Food storage practices
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 25) & (Graph or Pie Chart 25)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

B. First person consulted in times of illness
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 26) & (Graph or Pie Chart 26)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

C. Medications taken during illness
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 27) & (Graph or Pie Chart 27)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

D. Method of family planning
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 28) & (Graph or Pie Chart 28)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

E. Infant feeding program
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 29) & (Graph or Pie Chart 29)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

F. Formula used
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 30) & (Graph or Pie Chart 30)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

G. Immunization status
(Make a table and graph or pie chart) (Table 31) & (Graph or Pie Chart 31)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

H. Morbidity (Ten leading causes of morbidity) & (Bar Graph 32)
(Make a table and bar graph) (Table 32)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

I. Mortality (Ten leading causes of mortality) & (Bar Graph 33)
(Make a table and bar graph) (Table 33)
(Then give your analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

VII. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION (in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

VIII.PROBLEMS IDENTIFIED
Identify and Prioritize the Problems of the community using the following scoring method. Show your computations for the problems. Refer to your Maglaya book

Nature of the Problem
Magnitude of the Problem
Severity of the problem in terms of population
Modifiability of the Problem
Preventive Potential
Social Concern

Then do an analysis in RICH LITERARY STYLE

IX. SUGGESTIONS / RECOMMENDATIONS (in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

X. ACTION PLAN (discuss the plan of action and strategies that you will undertake to solve the problems of the community in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

OUR JOURNAL (give a narrative day to day account of your experiences in doing your paper in RICH LITERARY STYLE)

APPENDIX
A. List of the names of families surveyed with their addresses
B. Actual survey forms
C. Photos (Pictures of your actual community diagnosis endeavor and home visits as part of your documentary proof/evidence)
D. Family NCPs - Attach your individual family NCPs and computations on how you prioritized the family problems and see how to do your Family NCPs here:
http://nursingreviewers.forumotion.net/community-health-nursing-antipolo-rle-f1/how-to-do-your-family-ncp-t7.htm#7


As this forum can be seen by anybody in the world with a digital device, there is NO EXCUSE for not knowing what your tasks and assignments are and what is going on.

Let me emphasize the importance of writing your output in proper English with a correct subject verb agreement, appropriate adjectives, adverbs, and prepositions. Please do not dare submit your work with such bad English as this:



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