NRS 231 MATERNAL HEALTH NURSING
NRS 231 MATERNAL HEALTH NURSING (4 Credits) (For Graduates of Foreign Schools of Nursing)
Focus is on the emotional, social, and physiological tasks and needs of the family within the childbearing years. This includes the relationships of the individuals; the reproductive growth and development cycles through the neonate; maintenance of health before, during, and after the birth of the child; and prevention of common health problems during pregnancy. Complications during childbearing as well as women’s health are also considered. Nursing care involves the observation, assessment, planning, and evaluation skills as they apply to rendering safe, professional nursing care during pregnancy, labor and delivery, the postpartum, and neonatal periods. Special admission requirements apply. See the Chairperson, Department of Nursing.