Course Description
 
 
Maternal/Newborn Nurs/Wom Hlt
 
(2-2-0) Concepts related to nursing care for
childbearing families and women's health issues.
Content includes knowledge, judgment, skill, and
professional values within a legal/ethical
framework including a focus on normal and
high-risk needs for the childbearing family
during the preconception, prenatal, intrapartum,
neonatal, and postpartum periods; consideration
of selected issues in women's health. This course
lends itself to a blocked approach. Focus in on
holistic human needs. Associate degree nurse role
assimilation is facilitated through the
development of identified learner processes. The
TCC nursing practice model is the framework for
teaching and learning the roles of the nurse.
Testing fee charged.
Required Prerequisites: RNSG-1413, RNSG-1360,
RNSG-1105,RNSG-1441 RNSG-1461,RNSG-2213, and
RNSG-2263
Required Corequisites: RNSG-2260 (if it is the
second attempt at passing this course, then the
co-requisite may be waived.)
 
Semester hours:2
Lecture hours:2
Lab hours:0
Fees: 
Petition required:N
Course may be repeated for credit when the topic varies:N
 
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