RNSG 2115 Family Nursing Concepts

Family Nursing Concepts focuses on the health promotion and disease prevention in healthy women and children as well as nursing care for selected conditions that arise during pregnancy, birth and childhood. The application of the nursing judgment, quality and safety, and evidenced-based practice in the care of the child bearing family will be emphasized.  The course continues to build upon knowledge and skills learned in previous nursing courses to include but not limited to informatics, teamwork and collaboration, health teaching and health promotion, and professional identity.  The course includes classroom teaching and clinical/simulation learning experiences. Clinically, students will care for clients, families and groups of clients from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds.  

6 credits


Program Admission, RNSG 1100, RNSG 2123