NUR 102 : Parent-Child Health Nursing

This course focuses on the developmental needs of the growing family during the child bearing and child rearing phases. It emphasizes assisting the members of the growing family to maintain the ability to meet their developmental needs and/or to regain this ability when threatened by homeostatic deviances. Students continue to use the nursing process and to develop basic nursing skills in the college and clinical laboratories. Day, evening, and weekend hours are used for clinical teaching. Four lecture and twelve practice hours a week in hospitals and health agencies. Spring; Day/eHealth option

Prerequisites

NUR 101 with a grade of C+ (77) or better. PSY 252, BIO 234.

Corequisites

  1. Describe the theory which serves as the basis for selecting nursing interventions to assist patients within the growing family in maintaining the ability to meet developmental needs and/or regaining this ability when threatened by homeostatic deviances.
  2. Apply the nursing process in assisting patients with the growing family to maintain or regain the ability to meet developmental needs when threatened by homeostatic deviances.
  3. Utilize verbal, nonverbal, and written communication in goal-focused interactions with members of the growing family, faculty, and agency staff.
  4. Provide developmental needs information from standardized teaching guides as needed by patients within the growing family.
  5. Interact with other health team members in addressing client problems.
  6. Identify situations and policies which impact on client rights and well-being.

Overview

Subject

Credits

8
Instructional support fee applies.

Degrees/Certificates That Require Course