Nursing Process: Nursing Care of the Child-bearing Client/Family System
NURS310 (Not Liberal Arts) Nursing Process: Nursing Care of the Child-bearing Client/Family System 9 hrs. 5 crs. The Nursing Process, General Systems and Family Theories are utilized in providing students with the theoretical basis and clinical skills needed to provide culturally sensitive care to client/family systems during the child-bearing/ child-rearing stages of the life process. Students relate research findings to provide evidence based nursing interventions with focus on client education. Legal, moral and ethical considerations are explored. Primary, secondary and tertiary levels of prevention are examined with emphasis on the primary level. Clinical laboratory learning experiences are designed to provide opportunities for the student to function in variety of settings including on-campus simulation, in-patient units, ambulatory and community health care settings. Preq: NURS 202, NURS 203, NURS 210, and department permission required. 3 hours lecture; 3 hours laboratory; 3 hours clinical. This course may be taught in a 7 week format.