Im not sure if i can answer completely your question but based from what i know, about NSP 1 and NSP 2.. maybe your talking about NSTP 1 and NSTP 2, they are requirements for Filipino students that replaced the old ROTC program.. NSTP stands for National Service Training Program.. Filipino students are required to choose either to enroll in those programs.. Schools
have the option of offering ROTC programs or CWS programs..
Regarding Health Care I, it is mainly a subject regarding Fundamentals of Nursing (Nursing Theories, History of Nursing, Communication Techniques, Basic Nursing Concepts and the like) and the performance of basic nursing skills are part of its RLE.. It is taken in the first semester by 2nd year BSN students in the Phils.
Regarding Health Care II, it is involved with Community Health Nursing (Epidemiology, DOH Programs, Vital Statistics, Community Organizing, etc.) and an immersion or duty to a particular community or community health center affiliated to the school you are enrolling with is part of the RLE.. In case of Our Lady of Fatima, i learned from my cousin that they were sent to a far, far rural community because of the large volume of students in Our Lady of Fatima University that they cannot let all the students practice Community Health Nursing in communities/health center within Metro Manila.. Some of the OLFU students had their community immersion in provinces near Metro Manila such as Rizal, Bulacan and Laguna..