NSG 330 - Maternal-Infant Nursing
Introduces core concepts of nursing essential to the role of the professional nurse caring for families. The course content will include health promotion and restoration for the childbearing family during the prenatal, perinatal and postnatal periods, along with professional values of client-centered care, life-long learning and quality improvement. Applications of concepts and essential psychomotor skills are demonstrated in clinical experiences working with clients in culturally diverse agencies.
Credit Hours: 4
Corequisite Courses: NSG 329
Prerequisite Courses: NSG 326
University Studies: Building Competencies/Information Literacy
Course Repeatability: Course may not be repeated. Maximum Repeatable Hours: 5
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