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RN HEALS MONTHLY REPORT JOURNAL MONTH OF JANUARY Name: Nina Hamili G. Piao I.

Activities The month of January jump-started with an informal orientation with Maam Letty Tan and Dr. Francilisa Tan, MD. The different services offered of the DOH as well the ones available in the CHU were discussed. Of course the formal orientation came thereafter held last January 21-23. Key activities also include the formal presentation of the RN-HEALS Batch 4 to our City Mayor Maloney Samaco and the EPI of Brgy. Asuncion scheduled last January 25. Aside from these important activities, I was also assigned to go on duty in the Barangay Health Station of Asuncion where I was able to assist the midwife in prenatal care as well as daily consultations and the BHWs in home visits for postpartum-care and BP checking of bedridden clients in the area. II. Learning/ Insights The 3 day orientation organized by the local DOH officials last 21st -23rd of January equipped us with the essential information regarding our duties as RNHEALS and the different projects of the government such as DSWDs 4Ps- The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program and Philhealths services. Being assigned to Brgy. Asuncion (one of the most populated barangays in the city) together with a skilled and experienced midwife in the person of Maam Serdan, enabled me to practice my knowledge especially in dealing with different concerns of the people in the community. I am looking forward to gaining more knowledge and skills through this experience. Assisting vaccination, prenatal care, health teachings and home visits were some of the learning I gained. Being part of a health care team in the community requires flexibility, patience and of course, one must be people oriented and sociable. Issues/ Concerns So far, I dont have any issues or concerns regarding my exposure to the community and my duty in the City Health Unit. III. Recommendation The success of the different programs launched by the government may rely on the sustenance and continuation of the services being offered by the DOH. And this necessitates us , nurses, as front-liners to commit ourselves in performing whatever is expected of us. Therefore, I recommend a smooth transition from the previous batch to the current one so that we may provide the same quality of service as theirs. Submitted by: Nina Hamili G. Piao Signed by: Province: ( Maasin City) Southern Leyte Area of Assignment: CHU-1 Maasin