Nursing

Caring for humanity

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

 

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The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program aims to produce a fully functioning nurse who possesses a sensitive awareness to the health needs of society as well as commitment to the alleviation of problems arising there from, a research attitude through the use of the nursing process and the necessary skills, knowledge and attitudes for the promotion of health, prevention of illness, restoration of health and alleviation of suffering.

Base Hospital: Biñan Doctors Hospital

 

Affiliating Agencies: Laguna Provincial Hospital, Santa Rosa Community Hospital, Ospital ng Biñan, Philippine Orthopedic Center, National Center for Mental Health, San Lazaro Hospital, San Antonio Rural Health Unit, Toyota Motors (Philippines), Jacobo Z. Gonzales Memorial National High School

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Exit Competencies

First Year

  • Students have acquired an understanding of themselves as an individual, a member of the family, the community, and the world with emphasis on personal, societal, and professional values, responsibilities, rights, and awareness of physical, social, and cultural milieu.

Second Year

  • Students have acquired the holistic understanding of the human being focusing on the concept of health and illness related to the care of mother and child in varied settings.
  • Students are able to demonstrate appropriate skills in key areas of responsibility

Thurd Year

  • Students are able to demonstrate appropriate competencies in key areas of responsibility given actual actual events/situations with various physiologic and psychosocial alterations.

Final Year

  • Students are able to function as a beginning nurse.

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Laguna 4024 Philippines

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