NUR 1900 - Family Centered Maternity Nursing

Overview

Department(s)
Nursing
Description
Family centered maternity nursing that addresses the facts, principles and concepts relevant to the care of individuals and families during the reproductive years of the life cycle. Recognizing the impact of pregnancy on the individual and family, an awareness of the physiological and psychosocial adaptations that may occur during the childbearing years is developed. It is expected that facts and principles from the biological, behavioral and physical sciences will be synthesized and applied when utilizing the nursing process. Areas such as family structure, transcultural aspects, roles and developmental tasks are discussed. Coursework for the typical week will consist of lecture-discussion, 5 hours; on-campus lab/simulation, 1 hour; Health Agency experience, 8 hours. Additional practice for the maintenance of skills is essential. Provisions are available for additional time in the college laboratory for practice.
Typically Offered
Fall, Spring
Academic Career
Undergraduate Kingsborough CC

Credits

Minimum Units
4
Maximum Units
4
Academic Progress Units
4
Repeat For Credit
No

Components

Name
Clinical
Hours
4
Name
Laboratory
Hours
1
Name
Lecture
Hours
2.5

Requisites

012259

Course Schedule

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