“I am going to the sea
to fetch a new
baby…the journey is
dangerous and I
may not return . . .”
- Saying of Tanzanian wome...
 Identify the goals and philosophy of
maternal and child health nursing
 Discuss the implications of the
common standard...
 Increase awareness of health
educators regarding their crucial role in
improving status of women and
children’s health a...
 ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN’S HEALTH,
OBSTETRIC AND NEONATAL NURSES
STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES
 Standards of Professional Perfor...
 Standard I: Quality of Care
The nurse systematically evaluates
the quality and effectiveness of
nursing practice.
 Standard II:
Performance
Appraisal
The nurse evaluates
his/her own nursing
practice in relation to
professional practice...
 Standard III:
Education
The nurse acquires
and maintains current
knowledge in nursing
practice
 Standard IV:
Collegiali...
 Standard V: Ethics
The nurse’s decisions and
actions on behalf of
patients are determined in
an ethical manner.
 Standa...
 Standard VII: Research
The nurse uses research
findings in practice
 Standard VIII: Resource
Utilization
The nurse cons...
 Standard IX: Practice
Environment
The nurse contributes
to the environment of
care delivery within
the practice settings.
 Standard X:
Accountability
The nurse is
professionally and
legally accountable for
his/practice. The
professional regist...
 Standards of Care
Comprehensive pediatric
nursing care focuses on
helping children and their
families and communities
ac...
 Standard I:
Assessment
The pediatric nurse
collects health data.
 Standard II: Diagnosis
The pediatric nurse
analyzes t...
 Standard III: Outcome
Identification
The pediatric nurse
identifies expected
outcomes
individualized to the
client.
 St...
 Standard V: Implementation
The pediatric nurse implements
the interventions identified in
the plan of care.
 Standard V...
 Standard I: Quality of Care
The pediatric nurse
systematically evaluates the
quality and effectiveness of
pediatric nurs...
 Standard III: Education
The pediatric nurse acquires and
maintains current knowledge.
 Standard IV: Collegiality
The pe...
 Standard V: Ethics
The pediatric nurse’s
decisions and actions on
behalf of children and their
families are determined i...
 Standard VII: Research
The pediatric nurse uses research
findings in practice.
 Standard VIII: Resource Utilization
The...
 Primary goal of maternal and child
health nursing:
Promotion and maintenance of
optimal family health to ensure
cycles o...
Range of practice:
 Preconceptual health
care
 Care of women during
three trimesters of
pregnancy and the
puerperium
 C...
1. Maternal and child health nursing is family-
centered; assessment data must include a
family and individual assessment....
5. A maternal and
child health nurse
serves as an
advocate to
protect the rights of
all family members,
including the fetu...
7. Promoting health is an important nursing
role because this protects the health of the
next generation.
8. Pregnancy or ...
I. Legal Basis of Maternal and Child
Nursing:
› Scope of Nursing Practice
› Standards of Nursing Care
› Client/Patients Sa...
Section 28. Scope of Nursing.
 A person shall be deemed to be practicing
nursing within the meaning of this Act when
he/s...
(a) Provide nursing care through the utilization of the nursing process.
Nursing care includes, but not limited to, tradit...
 These establish the minimum criteria for
competent and proficient delivery of
nursing care. Such standard are designed
t...
 JCAHO (Joint
Commission on
Accreditation of
Healthcare
Organization) has
identified patient
safety as an important
respo...
1. Improve the accuracy of patients
identification
2. Improve the effectiveness of
communication among caregivers
3. Impro...
This is a legal
concept that
protects a
person’s right to
autonomy and
self-determination
by specifying that
no action may...
 When they are minor parents of the child
client
 When they are emancipated minors
(self-supporting adolescents under 18...
 When the child and the parents do not
agree on major treatment options.
 When the parents’ choice of treatment
does not...
 The right of a
person to
protect his or her
person or
property free
from public
scrutiny.
 Autonomy – the right/freedom to decide (the
patient has the right to refuse despite the
explanation of the nurse) Exampl...
 Golden Rule
 The principle of Totality – The whole is greater than its parts
 Epikia
 One who acts through as agent i...
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  1. 1. “I am going to the sea to fetch a new baby…the journey is dangerous and I may not return . . .” - Saying of Tanzanian women near the time of delivery
  2. 2.  Identify the goals and philosophy of maternal and child health nursing  Discuss the implications of the common standards of maternal and child health nursing and the health goals for the nation for maternal and child health.
  3. 3.  Increase awareness of health educators regarding their crucial role in improving status of women and children’s health and welfare.  Discuss the ethico-legal-moral basis of Maternal and Child Health Nursing
  4. 4.  ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN’S HEALTH, OBSTETRIC AND NEONATAL NURSES STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES  Standards of Professional Performance Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (1998), Standards for the nursing care of women and newborns (5th ed.). Washington, DC
  5. 5.  Standard I: Quality of Care The nurse systematically evaluates the quality and effectiveness of nursing practice.
  6. 6.  Standard II: Performance Appraisal The nurse evaluates his/her own nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and relevant statutes and regulations.
  7. 7.  Standard III: Education The nurse acquires and maintains current knowledge in nursing practice  Standard IV: Collegiality The nurse contributes to the professional development of peers, colleagues and others
  8. 8.  Standard V: Ethics The nurse’s decisions and actions on behalf of patients are determined in an ethical manner.  Standard VI: Collaboration The nurse collaborates with the patient, significant others, and health care providers in providing patient care.
  9. 9.  Standard VII: Research The nurse uses research findings in practice  Standard VIII: Resource Utilization The nurse considers factors related to safety, effectiveness and cost in planning and delivering patient care.
  10. 10.  Standard IX: Practice Environment The nurse contributes to the environment of care delivery within the practice settings.
  11. 11.  Standard X: Accountability The nurse is professionally and legally accountable for his/practice. The professional registered nurse may delegate to and supervise qualified personnel who provide patient care.
  12. 12.  Standards of Care Comprehensive pediatric nursing care focuses on helping children and their families and communities achieve their optimum health potentials. This is best achieved within the framework of family-centered care and the nursing process, including, secondary and tertiary care coordinated across health care and community settings.
  13. 13.  Standard I: Assessment The pediatric nurse collects health data.  Standard II: Diagnosis The pediatric nurse analyzes the assessment data in determining diagnoses.
  14. 14.  Standard III: Outcome Identification The pediatric nurse identifies expected outcomes individualized to the client.  Standard IV: Planning The pediatric nurse develops a plan of care that prescribes interventions to obtain expected outcomes.
  15. 15.  Standard V: Implementation The pediatric nurse implements the interventions identified in the plan of care.  Standard VI: Evaluation The pediatric nurse evaluates the child’s and family’s progress toward attainment of outcomes.
  16. 16.  Standard I: Quality of Care The pediatric nurse systematically evaluates the quality and effectiveness of pediatric nursing practice.  Standard II: Performance Appraisal The pediatric nurse evaluates his or her own nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and relevant statutes and regulations.
  17. 17.  Standard III: Education The pediatric nurse acquires and maintains current knowledge.  Standard IV: Collegiality The pediatric nurse contributes to the professional development of peers, colleagues and others.
  18. 18.  Standard V: Ethics The pediatric nurse’s decisions and actions on behalf of children and their families are determined in an ethical manner.  Standard VI: Collaboration The pediatric nurse collaborates with the child, family and health care provider in providing client care.
  19. 19.  Standard VII: Research The pediatric nurse uses research findings in practice.  Standard VIII: Resource Utilization The pediatric nurse considers factors related to safety, effectiveness and cost in planning and delivering care. American Nurses Association and the Society of Pediatric Nurses (1996) Statement on the Scope and Standards of Pediatric Clinical Practice. Washington, DC: American Nurses Publishing House
  20. 20.  Primary goal of maternal and child health nursing: Promotion and maintenance of optimal family health to ensure cycles of optimal childbearing and childrearing.
  21. 21. Range of practice:  Preconceptual health care  Care of women during three trimesters of pregnancy and the puerperium  Care of children during the perinatal period  Care of children from infancy through adolescence  Care in settings as varied as the birthing room, pediatric intensive care unit and the home
  22. 22. 1. Maternal and child health nursing is family- centered; assessment data must include a family and individual assessment. 2. Maternal and child health nursing is community-centered; the health of families depends on and influences the health of communities. 3. Maternal and child health nursing is research- oriented because research is the means whereby critical knowledge increases. 4. Nursing theory and evidence-based practice provide a foundation for nursing care.
  23. 23. 5. A maternal and child health nurse serves as an advocate to protect the rights of all family members, including the fetus. 6. Maternal and child health nursing uses a high degree of independent nursing functions because teaching and counseling are so frequently required.
  24. 24. 7. Promoting health is an important nursing role because this protects the health of the next generation. 8. Pregnancy or childhood illnesses can be stressful and can alter family life in both subtle and extensive ways. 9. Personal, cultural, and religious attitudes and beliefs influence the meaning of illness and its impact on the family. Circumstances such as illness or pregnancy are meaningful only in the context of total life. 10. Maternal and child health nursing is a challenging role for the nurse and is a major factor in promoting high-level wellness in families.
  25. 25. I. Legal Basis of Maternal and Child Nursing: › Scope of Nursing Practice › Standards of Nursing Care › Client/Patients Safety › Informed Consent › Right to Privacy
  26. 26. Section 28. Scope of Nursing.  A person shall be deemed to be practicing nursing within the meaning of this Act when he/she singly or in collaboration with another, initiates and performs nursing services to individuals, families and communities in any health care setting. It includes, but not limited to, nursing care during conception, labor, delivery, infancy, childhood, toddler, preschool, school age, adolescence, adulthood, and old age. As independent practitioners, nurses are primarily responsible for the promotion of health and prevention of illness. As member of the health team, nurses shall collaborate with other health care providers for the curative, preventive, and rehabilitative aspects of care, restoration of health, alleviation of suffering, and when recovery is not possible, towards a peaceful death.
  27. 27. (a) Provide nursing care through the utilization of the nursing process. Nursing care includes, but not limited to, traditional and innovative approaches, therapeutic use of self, executing health care techniques and procedures, essential primary health care, comfort measures, health teachings, and administration of written prescription for treatment, therapies, oral topical and parenteral medications, internal examination during labor in the absence of antenatal bleeding and delivery. In case of suturing of perineal laceration, special training shall be provided according to protocol established; (b) establish linkages with community resources and coordination with the health team; (c) Provide health education to individuals, families and communities;
  28. 28.  These establish the minimum criteria for competent and proficient delivery of nursing care. Such standard are designed to protect the public and are use to judge the quality of care provided. › Examples  Standards of Practice for Maternal- Child Health by ANA  Standards for Pediatric Clinical Nursing Practice by ANA and Society of Pediatric Nurses (2003)  Scopes and Standards of Practice for Neonatal Nursing by ANA and National Association of Neonatal Nurses (2004)
  29. 29.  JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organization) has identified patient safety as an important responsibility of healthcare providers and established seven goals as requirements for accreditation last 2005.
  30. 30. 1. Improve the accuracy of patients identification 2. Improve the effectiveness of communication among caregivers 3. Improve the safety of using medications 4. Improve the safety of using infusion pumps 5. Reduce the risk of healthcare-associated infections 6. Accurately and completely reconcile medications across the continuum of care 7. Reduce the risk of patient harm resulting from fall
  31. 31. This is a legal concept that protects a person’s right to autonomy and self-determination by specifying that no action may be taken without that individual’s prior understanding and freely given consent.
  32. 32.  When they are minor parents of the child client  When they are emancipated minors (self-supporting adolescents under 18 y.o.)  When they are adolescents between 16- 18 seeking birth control, mental health counseling or substance abuse treatment
  33. 33.  When the child and the parents do not agree on major treatment options.  When the parents’ choice of treatment does not permit lifesaving treatment for the child.  When there is a potential conflict of interest between the child and parents (e.g. Suspected child abuse or neglect) .  When parents are incapacitated and cannot make a decision (e.g. critically injured in the same motor accident).
  34. 34.  The right of a person to protect his or her person or property free from public scrutiny.
  35. 35.  Autonomy – the right/freedom to decide (the patient has the right to refuse despite the explanation of the nurse) Example:  surgery, or any procedure  Nonmaleficence – the duty not to harm/cause harm or inflict harm to others (harm maybe physical, financial or social)  Beneficence- for the goodness and welfare of the clients  Justice – equality/fairness in terms of resources/personnel  Veracity – the act of truthfulness  Fidelity – faithfulness/loyalty to clients
  36. 36.  Golden Rule  The principle of Totality – The whole is greater than its parts  Epikia  One who acts through as agent is herself responsible – (instrument to the crime)  No one is obliged to betray herself  The end does not justify the means  Defects of nature maybe corrected  If one is willing to cooperate in the act, no justice is done to him  A little more or a little less does not change the substance of an act.  No one is held to impossible

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