NURS 352

Clinical Practicum for Nursing Care of Women and Newborns

College of Nursing

Course Description

Clinical practicum in the nursing care of childbearing families from diverse backgrounds. Health promotion, assessment, and interventions related to complicated and uncomplicated pregnancy and birth. Includes lab and simulation experiences.

When Taught

Fall and Winter

Min

2

Fixed

2

Fixed

0

Fixed

0.5

Other Prerequisites

Courses in Nursing Semester 3.

Note

6-12 hours clinical per week for 7 weeks.

Title

Nursing Assessment

Learning Outcome

Perform essential skills necessary to perform assessment and management of normal antepartum, intrapartum, postpartum, and newborn patients.

Title

Christ-like Caring

Learning Outcome

Integrate the values of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and gain an understanding of the spiritual influences affecting care of women, newborns, and childbearing families.

Title

Scholarship for Evidence-Based Practice

Learning Outcome

Demonstrate retrieval, application and evaluation of scholarly knowledge related to practice issues in the care of women, newborns and childbearing families.

Title

Communication and Collaboration

Learning Outcome

Demonstrate appropriate interpersonal communication, collaboration, and behavior in varied settings with clients, families, peers, faculty, and health care teams.

Title

Health Promotion of Childbearing Families

Learning Outcome

Identify challenges related to nursing care of women and newborns, and advocate strategies to promote health and provide care to diverse women, newborns, and childbearing families.

Title

Quality of Nursing Care Delivery

Learning Outcome

Demonstrate an understanding of nursing knowledge and skills necessary to provide professional, quality nursing care for diverse women, newborns, and childbearing families.