BNS-101 Solved Assignment 2018
NURSING FOUNDATION Assignment 2 (Block 3 & 4) (Tutor Marked) BNS-101 Solved Assignment 2018 Programme Code: B.Sc.N. (PB) Course Code: BNS -101 Assignment Code: BNS 101/TMA-2/2018, BNS-101 Solved Assignment 2018 Programme Code: B.Sc.N. (PB) Course Code: BNS -101 Assignment Code: BNS 101/TMA-2/2018
Maximum Marks: 100
Last date for Submission: August 31, 2018
Note: This Assignment has three Parts of Part A, B, and C BNS-101 Solved Assignment 2018.
Part A consists of two long answer questions. Each question carries 15 marks.
Part B consists of six short answer questions. Each question carries 10 marks.
Part C consists of four objective type questions. Each question carries 2½ marks.
BNS-101 Solved Assignment 2018
1) a) Explain the concept of evaluation and monitoring.
b) Describe the steps of evaluation of a programme or activities with example of an
evaluation of programme or activities in your institution.
c) Critically analyze the role of a community health nurse in monitoring and evaluation.
2) a) List the principles of communication.
b) Explain the barriers of communication nurses face in field or hospital. Give examples.
c) Describe the steps that you as a community health nurse will follow for effective health
d) Discuss the role of Community Health Nurse in IEC activities. (3+4+5+3=15)
3) a) Define the following terms
b) Explain the Orems self care deficit theory with the help of diagram/model (4+6=10)
4) Describe the health care services provided at village, PHC, CHC and District level.
Support your answer with example from your state. (10)
5) a) Explain the concept of Primary Health Care.
b) Describe the elements of Primary Health Care. Support your answer with examples.
6) a) Describe ways to promote effective use of drugs and avoid wastage.
b) Explain the process of drug order, stocking, issuing and controlling. (4+6=10)
7) a) List the various local endemic diseases prevalent in your community.
b) Describe the prevention and control of any two common diseases. (2+4+4=10)
8) a) List the causes of accidents in the community, support with examples.
b) Explain the role of community health nurse in management of accidents.
9) Place a tick mark (√) against the most appropriate answer given under each statement:
a) All of the following are health care delivery indicators except:
i) doctor population ratio
ii) nurse population ratio
iii) population bed ratio
iv) population hospital ratio
b) One of the following is not a characteristic of health education:
i) develop standard pattern of behaviour
ii) make people to think
iii) behaviour centered process
iv) self expression development
c) Vaccines are prepared from all of the following, except:
i) live attenuated organisms
ii) killed organisms
d) All of the following steps are immediate care of patient with snake bite except:
i) keep part elevated
ii) put tourniquet above bitten part
iii) watch for vital signs
iv) watch for bleeding, swelling
e) All of the following factors responsible for nutrition of family except:
i) food habits
ii) food taste
iii) customs and religion
iv) availability and affordability
10) Fill in the blanks:
a) Process to inform, motivate and help people to adopt and maintain health practices for
healthy life style is known as……………… ………………
b) Goiter is endemic in areas where sandstone soil is rich in ………….. and ………..
c) Essential drugs are a key concept in rationale ………and …………..of drugs.
d) The process by which results are compared with objectives is known as
e) Evaluation of infrastructure, facilities, equipment, supplies and manpower is a part of
11) Match the statements given in Column B with the terms given in Column A: (½x5=2½)
Column A Column B
a) Main source of financing health services i) 4 calories
b) Social insurance scheme ii) 9 calories
c) Indian System of Medicine iii) 1956
d) Central Health Education Bureau iv) 1958
e) 1 gram of fat v) ESI
12) Place a tick mark (√) against “T” if you consider the statement as true and “F” if you
consider the statement as false. (½x5=2½)
a) Attitude of the people affects the utilization of health care services. (T/F)
b) Propaganda of health issues provide readymade solutions to people. (T/F)
c) Ground water is the purest form of water for consumption. (T/F)
d) Kopliks spots appear on second day if child is suffering with measles. (T/F)
e) BCG vaccine is given intradermally