NURS330 Information

This course focuses on the application of the nursing process in the provision of primary and secondary prevention and strengthening the childbearing family lines of defense and resistance to environmental stressors. The student will provide care of the client/patient experiencing stressors affecting the physiological, psychological, socio-cultural, developmental and spiritual variables of the family during pregnancy, childbirth, neonatal and postpartum periods. The student will provide care within the acute care and community environments. This course includes 2.5 credit hours of theory (37 clock-hours) and 1.5 credit hours of clinical (67 clock-hours).


Course Sections for Summer 2013-2014 Trimester
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Tue 6:00am-3:30pm
Wed 1:00pm-4:00pm
May 05 - Aug 08, 2014
Section A
Main Campus
3 spaces available
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