RNSG 2025 Family Nursing

This course focuses on the safe, compassionate, evidenced-based care of women during their reproductive years and of children from birth through adolescence. The promotion of wellness, restoration, and maintenance to the changing needs related to these populations are emphasized. The nursing process will be utilized, incorporating critical-thinking skills in the management of care and education for these patients and their families. Pharmacologic principles as they relate to the obstetrical and pediatric patient will be utilized. Essential nursing science, biophysical, psychosocial, spiritual and culturally sensitive principles will be incorporated. Supervised clinical rotations in inpatient and outpatient facilities as well as obstetric and pediatric simulations will provide the student with opportunities to meet course competency outcomes. Clinical practice-based learning activities and interactions will be offered to allow professional development through praxis, reflection, critical thinking, problem-solving, decision-making, accountability, provision and coordination of care, advocacy, and collaboration.




All General Education and Occupational courses with a grade of “C” or better



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