Family Nursing (NURS 304.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
NURS 304 N01 September 2018 Patricia King
NURS 304 N21 September 2018 Kelly Penz
NURS 304 N41 September 2018 Sithokozile Maposa
NURS 304 N61 September 2018 Shelley Spurr
NURS 304 N71 September 2018 Kelly Penz
 
NURS 304 N11 May 2018 Michelle Verwey
 
NURS 304 N01 September 2017 Michelle Verwey
NURS 304 N21 September 2017 Theresa Campbell
NURS 304 N41 September 2017 Sithokozile Maposa
NURS 304 N61 September 2017 Shelley Spurr
NURS 304 N71 September 2017 Theresa Campbell
 
NURS 304 N11 May 2017 Lorraine Holtslander
 
NURS 304 N01 September 2016 Shelley Spurr
NURS 304 N21 September 2016 Kelly Penz
NURS 304 N41 September 2016 Shelley Spurr
NURS 304 N61 September 2016 Shelley Spurr
NURS 304 N71 September 2016 Kelly Penz
 
NURS 304 N02 May 2016

Description

Focuses on therapeutic nursing assessment and interventions with families across the lifespan. Participants will explore an array of evidence informed concepts, theories, and interventions related to family nursing in a variety of clinical settings, within the context of community and society. Ethically competent and culturally safe care will be explored through various nursing roles including counseling, advocating, teaching, leading, and supporting. Families dealing with chronic illness and caring for members at the end of life will be highlighted. Experiences in family assessment and intervention will be provided through interprofessional problem-based learning, case simulation, and course assignments.

Restriction(s)

Restricted to students in the College of Nursing who are registered in the B.S.N. program or the Post-Degree B.S.N. Option.

Prerequisite(s)

NURS 204

Note

Students with credit for NEPS 317 will not receive credit for this course.

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