This course provides an opportunity for the student to consolidate theory and skills developed in previous levels, and to implement new theory and skills learned in the childbearing family needs courses in settings not limited to acute care. The student functions in collaboration with members of the health care team within the context of community-based settings. The student functions interdependently to maintain standards, to develop relationships, and to assume accountability. The student applies the nursing process to perform assessments, select nursing diagnoses, and develop a plan for care. Students will spend a total of 28 hours over the semester in clinical practice activities; in addition, students will be expected to spend substantial preparation and follow-up time. Prerequisite: NUR 240; co-requisites: completed and current health form on file, current CPR certification, malpractice insurance, and NUR 260.
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