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CENTRAL LUZON DOCTORS’ HOSPITAL- EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTTION

San Pablo, Tarlac City


College of Graduate Studies
MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING
Impact of Prison Environment to Health of Detainees in Tarlac Provincial Jail: Basis for
Healthcare Enhancement

Name (optional):
Age:
Sex:
Length of stay:

Direction: Put (√) to indicate if the following occur in the setting.


I. ENVIRONMENT
Always Sometimes Never
PHYSICAL STRUCTURE
(3) (2) (1)
1. Prison cell well lighted

2. Prison Cell well ventilated

3. Crowded prison cell

4. Availability of bed per detainee

5. Availability of shower room and comfort room

NUTRITION

1. Eat at least 3-5 times a day.

2. Equal servings of meat and vegetables per meal

3. Diet serving according reported health condition

4. Drink water at least 8-10 glasses a day

5. Meal serves on time

SANITATION

1. Clean comfort rooms and shower rooms

2. Clean area within the cell


3. Presence of hazard (rats, cockroach, cobwebs
etc.)
4. Segregation of waste materials

5. Change bed linens


II. PROGRAMS

Always Sometimes Never


Health Promotion
(3) (2) (1)
1. Nutritional Programs (Feeding Program)

2. Exercise ( zumba, taebo, etc.)


3. Mental health programs (Mental Awareness
Celebration)
4. Smoking Cessation programs

5. Healthy lifestyle programs

Health Protection

1. Medical Screening

2. Health care waste management programs

3. Oral hygiene and dental care programs

4. Occupational Health Hazard programs

5. Water and Sanitation Programs

Disease Prevention

1. Flu Vaccine Immunization

2. Tuberculosis control and testing program


3. Educational and Social services (STD services,
risk reduction services, etc.)
4. HIV Screening

5. Hepatitis B vaccine

III. COMMON REPORTED DISEASES

Always Often Sometimes


Communicable Diseases
(3) (2) (1)
1. Influenza

2. Tuberculosis

3. Acute Respiratory Tract Infection

4. Pneumonia

5. Dengue fever
Non-Communicable Diseases

1. Hypertension

2. Diabetes Mellitus

3. Asthma

4. Rheumatoid Arthritis

5. Heart Diseases

Food and Water-borne Diseases

1. Acute Watery Diarrhea

2. Food poisoning

3. Typhoid fever

4. Hepatitis A and C

5. Amoebiasis