NUR 335: Exp Lear:Matern&Wom Hlth Nurs

Prereqs: NUR 326,327; Co-req: NUR 334; Nursing majors only

Experiential learning course, using a humanistic model of care, focuses on the application of evidenced-based nursing interventions aimed at promoting, guiding, and shaping the health care environment for women, mothers, infants, and families. The developmental knowledge base for these experiences builds on previously learned foundational nursing concepts and skills, as well as concepts form the social and biological sciences. Within an ethical and legal framework, nursing interventions are designed to reflect professional values, accountability, and advocacy. Clinical experiences in both acute care and community settings will offer the learning opportunities to care for women within a family context across the lifespan.

2022 Fall
Class#SctTypeSeatsUnits
9086 01 Clinical 50 3.00
Instructor: Alyssa Franco Class status:
Prereqs: NUR 326,327; Co-req: NUR 334; Nursing majors only
Enrollment Section
Class instruction mode: In Person