|Course Title||NURS CHILDBEARING FAMILY|
|Full Title||Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family|
|Description||Family-centered focus encompassing adaptive and maladaptive responses to stressors in the maternity cycle and their effect on the neonate. Clinical laboratory focuses on the application of nursing theory and process in providing preventive, supportive and restorative care to mothers and neonates.|
|Prerequisite||Nursing 206, 208, and 302 or 304.|
|Course Hours||Two and a half hours of lecture and 7.5 hours of laboratory.|
Requires signed compliance verification slip before admission to clinical experience.
In-person modality may change based on additional field placement-related COVID-19 requirements.
Plus one additional hour to be arranged.
Open only to students with a declared major in this department.
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The following majors are allowed: