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Teaching Experience 3

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Teaching Experience

3. Plan: submitted to the clinical instructor during the teaching experience.

  1. Develop nursing diagnosis (NANDA) : Knowledge deficit related to newborn immunizations
  2. Develop two (2) learning objectives: 1. Pt will demonstrate understanding of immunization of a newborn to 1 year old. 2. Pt will be able to verbalize when each recommended vaccine is to be administered to her child.
  3. State methodology (teaching methods): verbalization of importance of vaccinations, effectiveness, and recommended vaccines.
  4. Provide and utilize teaching aids : Immunization brochure
  5. State needed resources: Speaking to a healthcare provider or nurse

4. This write-up should be 2-3 pages APA FORMAT to follow the Teaching Experience Rubric.

TOPIC: Immunization schedule for the newborn, including (Hep B, Dtap, Rotavirus, Hib, IPV, Pneumococcal, Influenza, MMR, Hep A)

Why should I vaccinate my child? How effective? According to the CDC, “Vaccines are very effective at preventing disease, but they don't work all the time. Most of the recommended childhood immunizations are 90%-100% effective” (Bhandari, 2020). Vaccines are a safe and effective way to This process is known as help protect your child from serious immunization. It is an alternative way diseases. A vaccination, is most of helping your little one build their commonly administered via injection and immune system in order to help fight contains a harmless form of a disease. off certain diseases if they ever come They help the body develop immunity in contact with them. It will minimize without the need of suffering through an the spread of diseases and most actual disease. importantly protect your child. Recommended vaccines Hep B- Given in 3 doses: Newborn, at 2 Hib- at 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, and 12-18 months, and 6 months months Dtap- 1st dose at 2 mon, 2nd dose at 4 IPV- Given at 2 months, 4 months, 6 months mon, 3rd dose at 6 mon, 4th dose Pneumococcal- 4 doses: 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 12-18 months, 4-6 years old between 12-18 months, 5th dose 4-6 Influenza- at 6 months years of age MMR- 12-18 months, 2nd dose 4-6 years of age Rotavirus- 1st dose at 2 mon, 2nd dose at Hep A- Given at 12-18 months 4 mon, 3rd dose at 6 mons Varicella- 12-18 months, 4-6 years old Reference Bhandari, S. (2020). Immunizations and vaccines. IMMUNIZATION Retrieved from SCHEDULE FOR unizations-vaccines-power-of-preparation#1-2 THE NEWBORN

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