Family Centered Nursing (NURS 330.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
NURS 330 N01 May 2018 Jill Bally
NURS 330 N21 May 2018 Karen Juckes
 
NURS 330 N02 January 2018 Cheryl Besse
NURS 330 N22 January 2018 Karen Juckes
NURS 330 N42 January 2018 Lisa Rock
NURS 330 N62 January 2018 Lisa Rock
NURS 330 N72 January 2018 Karen Juckes
 
NURS 330 N01 September 2017 Angela Bowen
 
NURS 330 N01 May 2017 Shelley Spurr
NURS 330 N21 May 2017 Karen Juckes
 
NURS 330 N02 January 2017 Marcella Ogenchuk
NURS 330 N22 January 2017 Jodie Bigalky
NURS 330 N42 January 2017 Janet McCabe
NURS 330 N62 January 2017 Janet McCabe
NURS 330 N72 January 2017 Jodie Bigalky
 
NURS 330 N01 September 2016 Cheryl Besse
 
NURS 330 N01 May 2016
NURS 330 N21 May 2016
 
NURS 330 N02 January 2016
NURS 330 N22 January 2016
NURS 330 N42 January 2016
NURS 330 N62 January 2016
NURS 330 N71 January 2016

Description

Using evidenced-based theories, and practice, explores health concepts and health challenges of the infant, child, adolescent and child bearing family within the context of family centred care across a continuum of nursing care experiences. Incorporates the concepts of health promotion, wellness, self-determination, individualized, and safe care within an interprofessional and legally prudent environment.

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) or Corequisite(s)

NURS 311 and NURS 312 for B.S.N. students or NURS 305 for Post-Degree B.S.N. Option students.

Note

Students who do not successfully complete NURS 312 will not be permitted to take NURS 307 or NURS 330 in the Spring Term. Students with credit for NEPS 302 or NEPS 355 will not receive credit for this course

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