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JKSSB: Syllabus for the Post of Matron/Head Nurse

Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board has advertised various Posts via Notifications 01, 02, 03, 04 and 05 of 2019. Syllabus for the Post of Junior Staff Nurse is given as Under:

  • Anatomy and Physiology

 

•         UNIT-1 Introduction to anatomical terms
  • UNIT-II Organization of body cells tissues .organs. systems membranes and glands
  • UNIT-III Skeletal system
  • UNIT –IV Muscular system
  • UNIT-V Cardio-vascular system
  • UNIT-VI Respiratory system
  • UNIT-VII Digestive system
  • UNIT-VIII Excretory system
  • UNIT-IX Nervous system
  • UNIT-X Endocrine system
  • UNIT-XI Sense organs
  • UNIT –XII Reproductive system

 

  • Community Health Nursing – I
    • Unit- I Introduction to community Health and community Health Nursing
    • Unit-II community health nursing process
    • Unit- III Health Assessment
    • Unit- IV Principles of Epidemiology and Epidemiological methods
    • Unit- V Family Health Nursing care
    • Unit-VI Family health care settings
    • Unit- VII Referral systems
    • Unit – VIII Records and Reports
    • Unit-IX Minor Ailments

 

  • Fundamentals of Nursing

 

  • Unit-I Introduction to Nursing
  • Unit – II Nursing care of the patient / Client
    • Bed and Bed Making
    • Maintenance of therapeutic environment Temperature, Light, noise and Psycho Social Environment
    • Nursing Process and Nursing Care Plan
    • Discharging a patient
  • Unit – III Basic Nursing Care and Needs of the patient
    • Nutritional
    • Elimination needs
    • Safety needs
    • Activity and Exercises
    • Physical Comforts
    • Moving, shifting and Lifting of patient
  • Unit – IV Assessment of patient / Client

 

  • Physical Assessment
  • Physiological Assessment
  • Unit – V Therapeutic Nursing Care and Procedures Asepsis
    • Care and Sterilization of:
    • Care of Respiratory System
    • Care of Gastro Intestinal Treact
    • Care of Genito Urinary System
    • Care of Skin and Mucous Membranes
  • Unit – IV Basic Needs and Care in Special conditions
    • Dying patient
    • Unit – VII Introduction to Pharmacology

 

  • Nutrition

 

  • Unit – I Introduction
  • Unit – II Classification of food

 

  • Medical Surgical Nursing – I

 

  • Unit – I Introduction
  • Unit – II Nursing Assessment
  • Unit – III Patho Physiological Mechanism of Disease
  • Unit – IV Altered Immune Response
  • Unit – V Clinical Pharmacology
  • Unit – VI Nurse’s role in Management of Fluids, Electrolyte and Acid Based Balance
  • Unit – VII Management of patients in pain
  • Unit – VIII Operation Theater Technique Physical Environment
    • Theatre Technique
    • Preparation of Theatre equipment & Supplies
  • Unit – IX Management of patient undergoing surgery
    • Intra operative Management
    • Post- operative management – Immediate and Routine
  • Unit – X Nursing management of patient with impaired respiratory function and gaseous exchange
  • Unit – XI Nursing Management of Patients with Digestive and Gastro-Intestinal Disorders
  • Unit – XII Nursing Management of Patients with Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders
  • Unit – XIII Nursing Management of patients with renal and urinary disorders
  • Unit – XIV Nursing Management of patient with Neurological disorders
  • Unit – XV Nursing Management of patients with disorders of connective tissue collagen
  • Unit – XVI Nursing Management of the Elderly
  • Unit – XVII Emergency Management

 

  • Paediatric Nursing
    • Unit – I Introduction
    • Unit – II The Newborn
    • Unit – III The Healthy Child
      • The Infant
      • Health Promotion during infancy
      • The Toddler

 

  • The Pre-Schooler
  • The School ager
  • The Adolescent
  • Unit – IV The Sick Child
    • Nursing interventions adaptations in nursing care of sick child
  • Unit – V Behavioral Disorders and common Health Problems during Childhood, their prevention, Medical and Nursing
    • Infancy
    • Early Childhood
    • Middle Childhood
    • Later Childhood
  • Unit – VI Children with congenital Defects / Mal formations
  • Unit – VII Children with various disorders and diseases
  • Unit – VIII Welfare of Children

 

  • Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing

 

  • Unit – I Introduction
  • Unit – II History of Psychiatry
  • Unit – III Mental Health Assessment
  • Unit – IV Community Mental Health
  • Unit – V Psychiatric Nursing Management
  • Unit – VI Mental disorders and Nursing
    • Functional Mental Disorders
    • Definition, etiology, signs, symptoms, medical and nursing management of:
  • Unit – VII Bio-Psychosocial Therapies
    • Psychopharmacology
    • Somatic therapy
  • Unit – VIII Forensic Psychiatry / Legal
  • Unit – IX Psychiatric Emergencies and Crisis Intervention

 

  • Medical Surgical Nursing – 2

 

  • Unit -1 oncology nursing
    • Nursing management of patients receving:
  • Unit-2 Nursing Management of patients with diseases of male genitor-urinary
  • Unit-3 Nursing management of patients with disorders of
  • Unit -4 Nursing management of patients with diseases and disorders of integumentary
  • Unit -5 Nursing management of patients with opthalamic disorders and diseases
    • Hospital cornea retrieval:
  • Unit -6 Nursing management of patients with disorders and diseases of ear, nose, and throat.
  • Unit -7 Nursing management of patients with cardio vascular ,circulatory and haemotological
  • Unit -8 Nursing management of patient with communicable diseases
    • Diseases caused by:
  • Unit – 9 Nursing Management of patients with sexually transmitted diseases
  • Unit – 10 Nursing Management of patients with Musculo-skeletal Disorders and diseases.
  • Unit – 11 Emergency and disaster

 

  • Community Health Nursing – 2

 

  • Unit – I Health system in India (Organizational set-up)
  • Unit – II Health care services in India
  • Unit – III Health Planning in India
  • Unit – IV Specialized community Health Services and nurse’s role
  • Unit – V Nurse’s Role in National Health Programmes
  • Unit – VI Demography and family welfare demography
    • Family Welfare
  • Unit – VII Health Team
    • Role of nursing personnel at various levels
  • Unit – VIII Vital Health Statistics

 

  • Midwifery

 

  • Unit – I Introduction
  • Unit – II Reproductive system
  • Unit – III Embryology and foetal development
  • Unit – IV Nursing Management of Pregnant Women
  • Unit – V Nursing Management of women in Labour
    • First Stage of Labour
    • Second Stage of Labour
    • Third Stage of Labour
    • Conduct of Home Delivery
  • Unit – VI Nursing Management of Baby at birth
  • Unit – VII Nursing management of Mother during puerperium
  • Unit – VIII Complications of pregnancy and its management
  • Unit – IX High Risk pregnancy and its management
    • Ostemalacia, Sexually Transmitted Diseases,
  • Unit – X High Risk Labour and its management
  • Unit – XI Complications of Puerperium and its management
  • Unit – XII Obstetric operations
  • Unit – XIII Drugs used in obstetrics
  • Unit – XIV Ethical and legal aspects related to Midwifery and Gynecological Nursing.
    • Clinical Experience

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