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NUR1441L Family Nursing Clinical

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Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in NUR1020 , NUR1020L , NUR1022L , NUR1141 , NUR1213 , NUR1213L , NUR1214L .
Corequisite(s): NUR1440 , NUR1440L , NUR1520 , NUR1520L .
This course provides the opportunity to apply theory specific to the birth-to-adolescent population and the pre-pregnant, pregnant, delivery and postpartal patient in the clinical setting. Emphasis is on physical assessment of patients with specific age-related conditions and the ante-, intra- and post-partal patient, along with deviations from the norm. Application of the nursing process to a patient-specific condition and the corresponding documentation will be emphasized, along with care plan development. Care of the individual with specific congenital conditions and developmental delays will also be emphasized. Clinical: 123 hours. Does not count toward A.A. degree.


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