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  • 1. NSTP – CWTS 2 Orientation UERMMMC College of Nursing
  • 2. Course Description
    • The course is designed to provide the students with concepts, theories, principles, skills, and processes, which contribute to the fulfilment of her/his social responsibility in mobilizing the community toward sustainable practices that promote and maintain health, and prevent diseases.
  • 3. Course Objective
    • At the end of the course, the students must demonstrate understanding and appreciation of his/her role as a citizen and as a future health-care professional in promoting practices that address the community’s environmental health aspect through community service.
  • 4. Course Content
      • Environment and Health
        • Concepts on health and disease
        • Quality of life model
        • Principles of a healthy community
        • Environmental pollutants and their effects on health
        • Contemporary issues on environmental health
        • Environmental health programs of the Department of Health
      • Sustainable Development and Health-focused Millennium Development Goals
        • Sustainable development concept
        • Health-focused Millennium Development Goals
        • Second Philippines MDG progress report
      • Action Planning Guided Writeshop
  • 5. Requirements, Policies, and Guidelines
    • Log-in and log-out in the attendance sheet left by the instructor at MISD for the weekly online sessions.
    • Use of mobile phones, iPods and the like is allowed only during break/s and at the end of the class.
    • Always cite your reference/s and work on your individual outputs independently.
    • Observe appropriate decorum in class and during online/offline discussions.
  • 6. Course Evaluation
    • Your performance in the course shall be evaluated through the following:
    • Compliance with online and print requirements 25%
    • Completeness, punctuality, and quality
    • Community Service Action plan 40%
    • Implementation (Clinical Instructor), Presentation of results, & documentation
    • Deportment 05%
    • Attendance and behavior in class and online/offline
    • Self-assessment 30%
    • Online portfolio, community service
  • 7.
    • We do not give special exams nor activities for excused and unexcused absences however, the instructor/s has/have the prerogative to give completion requirements in lieu of the deficiencies, especially for those with excused absences. For excused absence/s, your grade shall be computed based on the rest of the requirements that you are able to accomplish. For unexcused absence/s, you will be given a grade of 4.00 for that particular output.
  • 8. Review of Key Concepts from NSTP I Others integration Self integrity
  • 9. On Servant Leadership…
    • “ Leadership
    • springs from within; it’s who we are.”
  • 10. On Servant Leadership…
    • “ A leadership model that puts serving others as the number one priority .”
    • The leader has responsibility for the followers.
    • Leaders have a responsibility towards society and those who are disadvantaged.
    • People who want to help others best do this by leading them.
  • 11. On Community Engagement…
    • EVERYONE HAS GIFTS.
    • RELATIONSHIPS BUILD A COMMUNITY.
    • CITIZENS AT THE CENTER
    • LEADERS INVOLVE OTHERS AS ACTIVE MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY.
    • PEOPLE CARE ABOUT SOMETHING. 
    • MOTIVATION TO ACT 
    • LISTENING CONVERSATION
    • ASK, ASK, ASK .
    • ASKING QUESTIONS RATHER THAN GIVING ANSWERS INVITES STRONGER PARTICIPATION.
    • A CITIZEN-CENTERED “inside-out” ORGANIZATION IS THE KEY TO COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
    • INSTITUTIONS HAVE REACHED THEIR LIMITS IN PROBLEM-SOLVING.  
    • INSTITUTIONS AS SERVANTS