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PRC BON NURSING UPDATES

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1. Nursing Education 2. Nursing Core Competency Revisiting Project 3. National Nursing Career Progression Program and Council for Nursing Advancement, Recognition and Specialization 4. CPE 5. NLE 6. Nursing Research and Nursing Service Monitoring 7. Philippine Nursing Profession Roadmap 8. Nursing Law Reform

OUTLINE

PROFESSIONAL REGULATION COMMISSION


R.A. 8981 PRC Modernization Act of 2000

R.A. 722 The Higher Education Act of 1994.

COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION

R. A. 9173 The Philippine Nursing Act of 2002 The Professional Regulation Commission

BOARD OF NURSING
QUASILEGISLATIVE

QUASIJUDICIAL

EXECUTIVE

THE BOARD OF and its NURSING


5 PILLARS BON Chairman 4 5

NURSING EDUCATIO N
N . E . Standards Requiremen ts for RLE Accreditat ion of N.E. Programs Review Centers

NURSING SERVICE / PRACTIC E


CPE Credentia ling Monitorin g Standards

LICENSURE AND OATHTAKIN G


4 Ps To Integrity

ETHICS , LEGAL CONCERNS , AND LEGISLATIO N


Code of Ethics Laws and Legislation IRR Legal Matters

DOMESTIC AND INTERNATION AL LINKAGES


Local : PNA ,

ADPCN , ANSAP , Various Specialty & Interest Groups , DOH , LGUs , NBI , DOLE , POEA , DFA , AIM

International : Regulatory Boards , ICN ,

NURSING EDUCATION

PRC-CHED Collaborative MOA On School Visitation All BON members will be part of the School Visitation Team CHED- TCNE and CHED Regional Directors and Supervisors part of the Team

CHED PRC BON COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITIES

Unified CHED-PRC BON Monitoring Tool Now Available Schools are enjoined to do their self monitoring using the tool Schedule of school monitoring to be determined

CHED PRC BON COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITIES CONT.

CHED TECHNICAL PANEL COMPOSITION


Chairperson
DR. CARMELITA C. DIVINAGRACIA

Members:
DR. CARMENCITA M. ABAQUIN DR. TERESITA I. BARCELO DR. FELY MARILYN E. LORENZO DR. LORENZANA SERAFICA DR. JOSEFINA A. TUAZON

CHED PRC-BON Management Information System Collaboration This collaboration will facilitate data exchange and retrieval

CHED PRC BON COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITIES CONT.

FEEDBACK RE - CMO NO 14 SERIES 2009


The Curriculum is competency based , competency is about actual performance of nursing care by type of client Competency Appraisal - are courses that are used to ensure that the expected competencies are developed. This is not only classroom activities. You have to use clinical scenarios as testing conditions.

NURSING CORE COMPETENCY REVISITING PROJECT

The Competency - based Framework in Curricular Design


WORK-SETTING SCENARIO ANALYSIS

Current Data and Projections

Work - Setting Professional Scenarios : Roles Demographic Requir Profile Professional ed Health Responsibilities Picture Socio Professional Economic Tasks Political SKA Analysis Cultural Context Selecting Learning Experiences Professional Competencies Student Competencies

Practitioner Manager / Leader Researcher

Cont . of Competency - based Framework Student Competencies

Entry Competencies Intermediate Competencies Competencie Terminal

Competency-Based BSN Curriculum Edition

A Model Revised

Steps In Revisiting The Nursing Core Competencies

inputs and analysis. The expected output: creation of health and health care scenarios affecting the nursing profession; identification of their roles and the responsibilities needed to perform each role; 2) PHASE IB ( April 2009) Benchmarking of Nursing Core Competencies. 3) PHASE II A, B, C, (June 2010, Nov.2010 and Feb.2011) Validation strategies of the identified nurses roles. Methodology focus-group discussion, Participant

1) PHASE I (Feb. 2009) Work setting scenario

Steps In Revisiting The Nursing Core Competencies

3) PHASE III Integrative review of outputs from the validation strategies:


Specify the responsibilities needed to perform each role Identify the functions/tasks for each responsibility per role For each task: Specify the skills needed to perform the task. Identify the knowledge needed to perform each skill. List the values and attributes needed to perform the skills based on standards of practice (e.g. accuracy, efficiency, completeness, trust, respect)

Steps In Revisiting The Nursing Core Competencies Cont .


Specify the condition/s under which the skills, knowledge and attitudes are to be demonstrated as competencies OUTPUT - Revised Nursing Core Competency Document (May 13, 2011)

4. PHASE IV- Pilot Testing Of Nursing Core Competency ( Aug. Sept. 2011) 5. PHASE V Public Hearing . Output Final Nursing Core Competency

PHASE VI - Promulgation Of The Revised Nursing Core Competency Standard Phase VII - Training In The Use Of The Revised Nursing Core Competency Standard Phase VIII - Implementation Of The Revised Nursing Core Competency Standard Phase IX - Evaluation

Steps In Revisiting The Nursing Core Competencies Cont .

NNCPP AND CNARS

BOARD OF NURSING
creates the

CAREER PROGRESSION PATHWAYS Nursing Practice/Service Nurse Clinician Education Leadership/Governance


Beginning Nurse Practitioner (Novice) Junior Nurse (Advanced Beginner) Senior Nurse (Competent) Nurse Clinician 1 Proficient Nurse Nurrse Clinician 2 ? Expert Nurse Clinical Nurse Specialist ? ? ? ? ?

R E C O G NI ZE S

C-NARS
(as per BoN Resolution No. 22, S. 2009)

FUNCTIONS

TASKS

Council for Advancement, Recognition, and Specialization

1.Recognize Organized Nursing Group 2.Accredit Specialty Programs 3.Credential - People

1.Set Standards 2.Establish Mechanisms 3.Develop Criteria

1.Policy-Development Initiatives recommendatory to the BoN 2.Oversight

SEEKS NOMINEES FOR MEMBERSHIP TO THE SPECIALTY BOARDS

Appeals Panel

creates the Specialty Certification Boards


3. Education

1. Leadership/Governance 2. Service/Practice/Clinical
COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING SPECIALTY MOTHER AND CHILD NURSING SPECIALTY MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING SPECIALTY MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHIATRIC NURSING SPECIALTY

SENDS NOMINEES FOR THE SPECIALTY BOARDS

Recognizes Specialty and Interest Nursing Organizations Nominations Committee

IMPLEMENTING MECHANISMS FOR THE NATIONAL NURSING CAREER PROGRESSION PROGRAM NNCPP.2011

NATIONAL NURSING CAREER PROGRESSION PROGRAM ( NNCPP ) AND COUNCIL FOR NURSING ADVANCEMENT , RECOGNITION , AND SPECIALIZATION ( CNARS )
Implementation now for mainstreaming with help from Dr. Federico Macaranas as consultant on the areas Public Private Partnership /Government Owned and Controlled Corporation (PPP/GOCC) Core Group meeting regularly to discuss mechanics and guidelines

CONTINUING PROFESSION AL EDUCATION

The CPE COUNCIL - working closely and collaboratively with the COUNCIL FOR NURSING ADVANCEMENT, RECOGNITION, AND SPECIALIZATION (CNARS) and the NATIONAL NURSING CAREER PROGRESSION PROGRAM (NNCPP) as provided for in BON Resolution 22, Series 2009.

CPE COUNCIL FOR NURSING

The CPE Council intends to dovetail its work with (CNARS) guidelines to make possible the approval of CPE activities that facilitates ones career progression in nursing. This is in response to the clamour of many nurse practitioners to come up with immediate action on the career progression and specialization program of the Board of Nursing.

CPE COUNCIL FOR NURSING CONT.

CPE COUNCIL FOR NURSING CONT.


In its meeting last April 19, 2011, the CPE Council agreed to hold a seminar workshop for CPE Providers in response to the need to fast track the submission of correct application data as CPE PROVIDER or for Course Programs. This will be held sometime in the last quarter of 2011, details to be announced.

1) Requirements must be submitted/sent to CPE


Office, STANDARDS Division, Professional Regulation Commission, Cor. Nicanor Reyes and P.Paredes St., Sampaloc, Manila, (not to the Board of Nursing) accompanied by an official receipt for payment of appropriate feesfor initial processing. Payment can be made at the central or regional office and requirements mailed to PRC central office. DO NOT SEND CASH OR CHECK TO THE BOARD OF NURSING. Non-compliance will cause delays in reaching the CPE Council for actual evaluation

Tips To Facilitate Processing Of CPE Program Application

Tips To Facilitate Processing Of CPE Program Application 2) Completely fill up the CPE Program Cont.

Application form for NURSING stating contact person/s & contact numbers of Provider for immediate feedback about requirements if needed. Use of the form that is NOT SPECIFIC to nursing shall not be accepted for processing.

Tips To Facilitate Processing Of CPE Program Application 3) State specific course objectives that Cont.

identify expected behavioural outcomesthat must be spelled out in the specific evaluation tool for the course after participation/attendance in the CPE program. Include instrument used; tests administered if any, to participants of the course /program.

Tips To Facilitate Processing Of CPE Program Application Cont.

4) A copy of the actual program of activities should be submitted showing time allotment for the topics listed in the instructional design for assignment of credit units. Time allotted for return demonstrations of participants is given half credit.

Tips To Facilitate Processing Of CPE Program Application Cont. 5) Proof of expertisein a given field should

accompany the resume of speakers along with their current/valid PRC license. Mere attendance to a training program does not imply expertise. 6) Tabs must be used in submitted documents for evaluator to identify the different sections of the documents submitted to facilitate processing.

CPE COUNCIL FOR NURSING


Announcement of the guidelines and updates on CPE will be posted at the BON Website: www.bonphilippines.org

COVERAGE OF THE SYSTEM


A P P L I C A T I O N TEST QUESTION DATABANKING SYSTEM (TQDS)
E N C O D I G

M E R G I N G

E X T R A C T I O N

A D M I N P
R I N T I N G

OF E X A M S

C O R R E C T I O N

R E L E A S E O F

E X A M R E S U L T S

1. TEST DEVELOPMENT
Regular Analysis of the 4 Ps to maintain Integrity, Credibility and Quality of NLE Review of Competency-based Test Framework BON Peer Test Development and Editing BON Group Key Answer Determination Preparation for the New NLE Test Framework for Graduates of CMO No. 14

DEVELOPMENTS IN NLE
BON OLAP in now integrated with PRCLERIS for pilot testing by July post NLE BON MIS will be fully set up after full implementation of PRC-BON OLAP-LERIS Project Started ground works towards improvement of NLE Venues for NCR (SMX-PICC-WTC) as complementary measure to NLE On Line Application

The Competency Based Test Framework

NURSING PROCESS NP I
Basic Foundation of Nursing and Professional Practice

NP II
Community Health Nursing and Care of Healthy/At Risk Mother and Child

NP III
Care of Clients with Physiologic and Psychosocial Alterations [A]

NP IV
Care of Clients with Physiologic and Psychosocial Alterations [B]

NP V
Care of Clients with Physiologic and Psychosocial Alterations [C]

ACROSS THE LIFESPAN INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES, GROUPS, COMMUNITY IN VARIED SETTINGS

NP I

NURSING PROCESS NP II NP III NP IV


SAFE AND QUALITY NURSING CARE COMUNICATION COLLABORATION AND TEAMWORK HEALTH EDUCATION RESEARCH QUALITY IMPROVEMENT ETHICO MORAL RESPONSIBILITY LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY

PREVENTIVE

NP V
PATIENT CARE C U COMPETENCIES

P R O M O T I V E

PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT RECORDS MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT

R ENHANCINGA T I EMPOWERING V E
Care of Clients w / Physiologic & Psychosocial Alterations Part C

ENABLING

Basic CHN & Care of Foundation Normal Mother of Nursing & Child and Professional Practice

Care of Clients w / Physiologic & Psychosocial Alterations Part A

Care of Clients w / Physiologic & Psychosocial Alterations Part B

C U R A T I V E

REHABILITATIVE

ACROSS THE LIFESPAN

Management of resources and environment

Research Quality improvement

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Patient Care Competencies (65) Empowering (15)


Legal responsibilities Ethico-moral responsibilities Personal and professional development

Competency-Based Test Framework

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PATIENT CARE COMPETENCIES (65%)

NURSING PRACTICE I

SAFE QUALITY CARE ( 50 %) A1. 1 Situation - Care of clients during admission and discharge in any setting A 2. 1 Situation - Care of client with problem in thermoregulation A 3. 1 Situation - Care of clients to maintain blood pressure and pulse within normal Situation - Care of clients requiring medication/drug management A 4. 1 range

A 5. 1 Situation - Care of clients to promote & maintain safety, and those with 1 Situation - Care of clients with mild oxygenation problems A 6. risk for infection A 7. 1 Situation - Care of clients requiring nutritional management & those with elimination problems A 8. 1 Situation - Care of clients to promote comfort and hygiene A 9. 1 Situation - Care of clients with mobility / immobility problems A 10. 1 Situation - Care of the dying person ( End of Life Care) B . COMMUNICATION ( 5 %) B1. 1 Situation Application C . COLLABORATION & TEAM WORK ( 5 %) C1 1 Situation. Integration D . HEALTH EDUCATION ( 5 %) D1.1 Situation Application Focus: Health Promotion, Healthy Life Focus :Nurse Client interaction

NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION

II. EMPOWERING COMPETENCIES (15%)


E. ETHICO-MORAL RESPONSIBILITY (5%)

NURSING PRACTICE I CONT.


E1 1 Situations Application Focus : related to the above

concepts (5%) F. LEGAL F1 1 Situation Focus on Nursing Law G. PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL GROWTH (5%) G1 . 1 Situation Application : Focus : New graduate

III. ENABLING COMPETENCIES (10%)


H. MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT (5%) H1 1 Situation Application Focus - related to the above concepts RECORD MANAGEMENT (5%) I1 . 1 Situation Application : Focus - Documentation

IV ENHANCING COMPETENCIES (10%)


J. RESEARCH (5%) J1 . 1 Situation Application : Evidence based Clinical nursing procedures /IMPROVEMENT (5%) etc K. QUALITY health promotion K1 . 1 Situation Application Focus - related to the above concepts TOTAL 20 SITUATIONS (5 QUESTIONS EACH) 100 QUESTIONS

NURSING PRACTICE II

PATIENT CARE COMPETENCIES (65%)

SAFE QUALITY CARE (50%) PART I CHN (25%) A1. 2 Situations - Care of normal and at risk families A 2. 1 Situation - Care of population groups A 3. 2 Situations - Care of the communities PART II MCN (25%) A 6. 1 Situation - Care of the newborn infant A 7. 1 Situation - Care of the normal child and those with common alterations/illnessCare of the client with sexuality, reproductive health, & A 8. 1 Situation fertility problems Care of the normal pregnant woman going through the various A 9. 1 Situation stages of pregnancy Care of the pregnant woman with complications of pregnancy A 10. 1 Situation COMMUNICATION (5%) B1. 1 Situation Application: Focus CHN, MCN C. COLLABORATION & TEAM WORK (5%) C1 1 Situation Application: Focus CHN, MCN D. HEALTH EDUCATION (5%) D1.1 Situation Application: Focus Family, Popn Group, Community, Pregnant Mother,

NURSING PRCTICE II CONT.


II. EMPOWERING COMPETENCIES (15%) E. ETHICO-MORAL RESPONSIBILITY (5%) E1 1 Situation Application Focus CHN, MCN F. LEGAL (5%) F1 1 Situation Application Focus CHN, MCN G. PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL GROWTH (5%) G1. 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts III. ENABLING COMPETENCIES (10%) H. MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT (5%) H1 1 Situation Application Focus CHN, MCN RECORD MANAGEMENT (5%) I1. 1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts IV ENHANCING COMPETENCIES (10%) J. RESEARCH (5%) J1.1 Situation Application: Focused in QI K. QUALITY IMPROVEMENT (5%) K1. 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts20 SITUATIONS (5 QUESTIONS EACH) 100 QUESTIONS TOTAL

NURSING PRACTICE III


PATIENT CARE CARE (50%) SAFE QUALITY COMPETENCIES (65%) A1. 2 Situations : Care of Care of clients undergoing the periclients in pain A2. 2 Situations: : Care of clients with alterations in 2 Situations A3. A4. 2 Situations : Care of clients with alterations in operative phases 2 Situations : Care of clients with alterations in care oxygenation A5. . of Situation Application Focus -related to the B. COMMUNICATION (5%) endocrine & metabolismfunction WORK (5%) B1 1 nutrition 1 Situation Application Focus -related to the above & metabolic C. COLLABORATION & TEAM C1 above concepts EDUCATION (5%) D. HEALTH D1. concepts 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts,

NURSING PRACTICE III CONT.


II. EMPOWERING COMPETENCIES (15%) E. ETHICO-MORAL RESPONSIBILITY (5%) E1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts, F. LEGAL (5%) F1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts, G. PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL GROWTH (5%) G1. 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts III. ENABLING COMPETENCIES (10%) H. MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT (5%) H1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts, MANAGEMENT (5%) RECORD I1. 1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts IV ENHANCING COMPETENCIES (10%) J1.1 Situation J. RESEARCH (5%) Application: Focused in QI K. QUALITY IMPROVEMENT (5%) K1. 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts20 SITUATIONS (5 QUESTIONS EACH) 100 QUESTIONS TOTAL

NURSING PRACTICE IV
PATIENT CARE COMPETENCIES (65%) SAFE QUALITY CARE (50%) A1. 2 Situations : Care of clients with alterations in fluid and electrolyte and acid A2. 2 Situations: Care of clients with alterations in base immunologic inflammatory & balance A3. 2 Situations : Care of clients with cellular aberrations A4. 2 response Situations : Care of clients in acute biologic crisis A5. 2 Situations : Care of clients in emergency and disaster situations B. COMMUNICATION (5%) B1. 1 Situation Application Focus -related to the above concepts C. COLLABORATION & TEAM WORK (5%) C1 1 Situation Application Focus -related to the above concepts D. HEALTH EDUCATION (5%) D1. 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts,

NURSING PRACTICE IV CONT.


II. EMPOWERING COMPETENCIES (15%) E. ETHICO-MORAL RESPONSIBILITY (5%) E1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts, F. LEGAL (5%) F1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts, G. PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL GROWTH (5%) G1. 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts III. ENABLING COMPETENCIES (10%) H. MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT (5%) H1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts, MANAGEMENT (5%) RECORD I1. 1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts IV. ENHANCING COMPETENCIES (10%) J. RESEARCH (5%) J1.1 Situation Application: Focused in QI K. QUALITY IMPROVEMENT (5%) K1. 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts20 SITUATIONS (5 QUESTIONS EACH) 100 QUESTIONS TOTAL

NURSING PRACTICE V

PATIENT CARE COMPETENCIES (65%)

SAFE QUALITY CARE (50%) PART I . Care of Clients with Alterations in Perception & Coordination A1.1 Situation Care of clients with alterations in neurologic functioning A2. 1Situation Care of clients with alterations in sensory functions A3. 1 Situation Care of clients with alterations in musculoskeletal functions A4. 1 Situation Care of clients with degenerative problems affecting perception& coordination PART II Care of clients with maladaptive patterns of behaviour . 1 Situation Care of Clients with Age-related maladaptive A5 patterns 1 Situation Care of Clients with Alterations in thought & A6. perception A7. 1 Situation Care of Clients with Depression, Mania, & suicide A8. 1 Situation Care of Clients with Stress & anxiety, Aggression, Hostility, Situation Care of Clients with Maladaptive patterns of A9. 1 Violence personality;Situation Care of Clients with Psychosexual disturbances, Eating A10. I with Physiologic Alterations, Substance Abuse disturbances B. COMMUNICATION (5%) B1. 1 Situation Application Focus -related to the above concepts C. COLLABORATION & TEAM WORK (5%) C1 1 Situation Application Focus -related to the above concepts D. HEALTH EDUCATION (5%) D1. 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts,

NURSING PRACTICE V CONT.


II. EMPOWERING COMPETENCIES (15%) E. ETHICO-MORAL RESPONSIBILITY (5%) E1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts, F. LEGAL (5%) F1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts, G. PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL GROWTH (5%) G1. 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts III. ENABLING COMPETENCIES (10%) H. MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT (5%) H1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts, MANAGEMENT (5%) RECORD I1. 1 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts IV. ENHANCING COMPETENCIES (10%) J. RESEARCH (5%) J1.1 Situation Application: Focused in QI K. QUALITY IMPROVEMENT (5%) K1. 1 Situation Application Focus-related to the above concepts20 SITUATIONS (5 QUESTIONS EACH) 100 QUESTIONS TOTAL

Test Framework is competency based. Thus we are testing the ability of the examinees to provide first level professional nursing care to varied clients and settings Thus the testing conditions are hospital and community based clinical scenarios Order of Learning in the Cognitive Domain that is given emphasis are Application, Analysis, Synthesis and Evaluation

NLE TABLE OF SPECIFICATION

Table of Specifications
COMPETENCY

WEIGH No . LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY T of Easy ModerateDifficult Quest K C A A S s

Legend: K Knowledge C Comprehension A Application A Analysis S Synthesis E - Evaluation

NLE RESULTS FROM 2003 - 2010


Year of NLE
June 2003 Dec 2003 June 2004 Dec 2004 June 2005 Dec 2005 June 2006 Dec 2006 June 2007 Dec 2007 June 2008 Nov. 2008 June 2009 Nov. 2009 July 2010

No. of Examinees
7,993 7,632 13,225 12,100 26,000 24,287 42,006 40,147 78,583 67,728 64,459 88,649 77,901 95,282 91, 000

No. of Passers
4,217 3,311 7,371 5,210 12,843 13,108 17,318 19,712 40,726 28,924 27,765 39,455 32,617 37,000 37,679

% Passing
52.77% 43.38% 55,74% 43.06% 49.40% 53.97% 41.23% As per CA decision 49.10% 51.83% 43.45% 43.07% 44.51% 41.87% 39.73% 41.40%

Dec 2010

84,285

29,711

35.25%

Reference : Data from Rating Division February 2011 .

NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINATION 2006 - 2010 MONTH OF SCHOOLS WITH WITH 30 % TOTAL NO , OF PERCENTAGE NO . OF SCHs . PASSING % OF 30 % AND NO . / YEAR & BELOW PASSING SCHOOLS JUNE 2006 172 348 49.43% BELOW PERCENTAGE
Dec. 2006 JUNE 2007 DEC. 2007 JUNE 2008 NOV. 2008 JUNE 2009 NOV. 2009 JULY 2010 DEC 2010 66 206 158 213 139 216 185 212 231 279 504 405 426 442 470 473 463 470 23.66% 40.87% 39.01% 50% 31% 46% 39.11% 45.78%. 49.14%^

REVIEW CENTER REGULATION


Now on stage of creating the InterAgency Regulatory Panel

NURSING RESEARCH AND NURSING SERVICE MONITORING

The Collaborative Research is undertaken with ADPCN and Phil. Nursing Research Society (PNRS) Entitled Analytical Study of the NLE Performance of Graduates of Colleges of Nursing In the Philippines (NLE Dec. 2006Dec 2011)

Collaborative Nursing Research

PHILIPPINE NURSING PROFESSION ROADMAP

VISION OF THE NURSING PROFESSION ROADMAP TOWARDS GOOD GPOVERNANCE 2030


Philippine Professional Nursing to be the BEST for the Filipino and the CHOICE of the World by 2030.

CLUSTERING OF THE INITIATIVES


Professionalism and Self-regulation Core Values Program Positive Practice Environment Program Nurse Watch Nursing Image State of Philippine Nursing

CLUSTERING OF THE INITIATIVES


Nursing Human Resource Management Program Competency Enhancement for Education and Service Functional Integration between Education and Service National Career Progression Plan Nursing Management Information System (NMIS) Deployment Program of Nurses

CLUSTERING OF THE INITIATIVES


Nurse-led Centers Primary Health Care Independent Nursing Practice Regulation of Nursing Practice Standard Practice Guidelines Review of the Nursing Law & other related Laws

CLUSTERING OF THE INITIATIVES


A Center for Nursing Governance Set up the Office of Strategy Management (OSM) Nursing Organizations Roadmap & Scorecard Alignment Resource Generation for Philippine Nursing Development

For each Initiative, there are action plans or milestones with:


clearly defined deliverables time targets, and budget plans to finance implementation

A core group, the Performance Governance System-Technical Working Group (PGS-TWG), continues to hold working sessions to polish the Initiatives, align with 23 Measures and prioritize implementation of the Initiatives. The Balanced Scorecard (BSC) and Performance Governance System (PGS) of the Institute for Solidarity in Asia (ISA) provide the process framework of good governance, the thrust of the nursing profession roadmap.

The present challenge is to formally set up an Office of Strategy Management which shall be tasked to monitor the implementation of the nursing roadmap. Likewise, a structural organization among the nursing organizations is necessary to handle administration and logistics of the whole program. This is the subject of ongoing meetings and discussions to be able to craft a MOU/A - to set up the organizational mechanics.

The complete program of Philippine Professional Nursing Roadmap 2030 to include: Charter Statement, Strategy Map, Initiatives and Measures, Structural organization and the OSM, shall be presented to all stakeholders for its final approval and adoption by the nursing profession.

Before the year ends, as soon as possible, it is hoped that the PPNR 2030 (Philippine Professional Nursing Roadmap) shall have been institutionalized as:
One profession One Vision Having a unified strategy With clear targets Fully supported by Filipino nurses and other stakeholders One in Journey to Nationhood: PHILIPPINES 2030

PHILIPPINE NURSING LAW REVISION

Introduction
q The Board of Nursing was created to supervise and regulate the practice of the nursing profession in the Philippines. q In line with this, the PRC BON, with the help of the Institute for Solidarity in Asia (ISA), crafted the Nursing Roadmap 2030 to guide the profession towards its vision of Philippine Professional Nursing Care: The Best for the Filipino and the Choice of the World.

During the process, the pressing need to align the Philippine Nursing Act of 2002 (RA 9173) to this Roadmap was recognized by the Board. Additionally, the updating of the Nursing law to become more relevant and responsive has always been one of the responsibilities of the Board, especially given the state of the profession today.

Methodology
A core group of key stakeholders in the Nursing profession in the country was formed and, from August 2010 onwards, a series of discussions and workshops was held to identify issues in Philippine Nursing, as well as to benchmark the Nursing Law with that of other professions in the Philippines and with Nursing Acts from other countries. The workshops also aimed to determine the sentiments of the various regarding the content and implementation gaps of RA 9173, and the changes to be established in the said Act.

After the separate workshops were conducted (BON, PNA, ANSAP, ADPCN, Clinical Specialty groups, Interest groups), the output derived from the workshops was presented to a plenary of over a hundred key stakeholders in the Nursing profession, including the executive committees of all Nursing organizations, as well as some representatives from Congress. This was done to further determine the acceptable revisions to the Nursing Law, as part of the initiative towards participative policy-making.

Finalize

the content and brainstorm with legislators to determine what should be legislated and what can be changed privately to prevent bureaucratic issues. Search for legislative champions and authors Policy discussions/debates Need to provide evidence statistics , position papers to support proposed revisions Met with Congressman Padilla (March 28 and April 26) Title Phil . Nursing Practice Reform Act - House Bill 4567 Bill drafting in both chambers

Next Steps

Next Steps
Advocacy activities to show support to the proposed revisions (focused and purposeful) BON met to get reactions/ suggestions Output to be presented to the Core Group May 18, 2011 Meeting with Senator Angara to be arranged

Next Steps
Enacting the proposed legislation only the beginning
Development

of the Implementing Rules and Regulations IMPLEMENTATION Evaluation of policy outcomes after 3-5 years

Goals
IMPLEMENTATION

OF THE NURSING LAW: To make Nursing a vital force to promote national development; To improve health care delivery To contribute to health outcomes including patient safety PROMOTE COMMON GOOD! ATTAIN THE VISION OF THE NURSING PROFESSION

NURSING LAW REVISION VISION

Professional Nursing Care : The Best for the Filipino and the Choice of the World

Philippine

LINKAGES

INTERAGENCY DOMESTIC LINKAGES NLE LEGAL NURSING EDUCATION NURSING PRACTICE

INTERNATIONAL LINKAGES ASEAN ICN NCSBN WP/SEAR WHO

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