Course Details

Course Number

10543106

Credits

3.00

Description

This course focuses on topics related to health promotion for individuals and families throughout the lifespan. We will cover nursing care of the developing family, which includes reproductive issues, pregnancy, labor and delivery, post-partum, the newborn, and the child. Recognizing the spectrum of healthy families we will discern patterns associated with adaptive and maladaptive behaviors applying mental health principles. An emphasis is placed on teaching and supporting healthy lifestyles choices for individuals of all ages. Nutrition, exercise, stress management, empowerment, and risk reduction practices are highlighted. Study of the family will cover dynamics, functions, discipline styles, and stages of development.

Prerequisites: 10-543-101 NURSING FUNDAMENTALS, 10-543-102 NURSING SKILLS, 10-543-103 NURSING PHARMACOLOGY, 10-543-104 NSG: INTRO CLINICAL PRACTICE and 10-809-188 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. Condition: Accepted into the Nursing Associate Degree program.

Class Details

Days & Times Room Instructor Meeting Dates
Friday 8:00AM - 12:30PM 2014-Wausau Campus CHS Bld IVC Amanda Paulson-Myrblom Jan 27 - May 19

Mode of Instruction

In Person
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Fees

$472.80

First date to enroll

Last date to enroll

Class Status

Open

Capacity

64

Available Seats

12

Registration

This class is only open to students enrolled in a program, or those with special approval. To register for this class, please first enroll in a program or request Dean approval.