NRSG118 - Family Nursing I
Credit Hours: 2.0
The focus of this course is on the nursing care of the client/family and newborn. Focus is on normal, uncomplicated obstetric/newborn nursing. It also addresses health promotion of the pediatric client within the community. The emphasis is on the utilization of scientific principles and nursing theory in providing care for pediatric clients with common health problems in a variety of clinical settings in the community. Nursing process, teaching/learning, cultural diversity in the community and the further development of critical thinking/decision making concepts are incorporated. (Level I PN Program) Prerequisites: All first semester Nursing courses must be successfully completed with a letter grade of "C" or higher. Corequisites: NRSG115, NRSG116, NRSG119 and NRSG245.
|Course||Sec||Days||Beg Date||End Date||Times||Campus|
|NRSG118||01||-----F-||01/16/15||05/08/15||1:00PM - 2:50PM||Main Campus|
|Maternal-Child Nursing Care: Optimizing outcomes for Mothers,Children & Families||Ward-Hisley||9780803620698||None||Davis|