Nu322 Care of Children and Families 4 credits
(BSN Curriculum)
This course further builds on foundational knowledge of normal growth and development of children and families. Family-centered and atraumatic care are two prominent concepts being practiced.  Skill development reflectsnecessary psychomotor skills for pediatric care and cognitive skills necessary for critical thinking, therapeutic and interdisciplinary communication, and teaching and learning.  In this course, students are introduced to the practice of pediatric Nursing in home, school, and community settings. At the completion of this course, students are poised to become caring and reflective members of the profession of nursing. (45 clinical hours.)  Prerequisite: Nu322 with a minimum grade of C+.

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