Nursing Concepts of the Childbearing Family (NUR220)
5.0 Semester Hours
This course focuses on the nursing care of the childbearing family. The normal and complicated pregnancy and the care of the mother and neonate are studied. Women's health and growth and development of the well child and family are discussed. Clinical experiences are designed to develop the student's assessment, teaching, and nursing skills that promote optimum health and well-being for the childbearing family. Clinical experiences are provided in both acute care and community based settings.
Prereq: Program admission; C or better in NUR205.
Coreq: Current American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers (CPR).
Note: Clinical may be scheduled early mornings, afternoons or evenings and is dependent on the clinical site. Clinical sites and times will be given at the first class meeting.