About The Instructor
This course satisfies part of the Communication Skills graduation requirement.
Students who schedule NURS3050 the first eight-week session should also schedule a section of NURS0350 sections A through G.
This section is Communication Skills intensive. Communication Skills I-V must be completed before taking this course.
Session, Dates: 3 (01/14/2013 - 03/08/2013)
Days: T R
Time: 08:00 - 10:50 am
Location: Moon Campus
Room: Hale Center 209
Seats Available: 6 Seats
This course emphasizes the promotion of health for mothers and their families. Self-care and empowerment are an integral focus in examining women's health from a developmental perspective. The nursing process provides the framework for students to assess and therapeutically intervene in promoting healthy childbearing and care of the newborn. Emphasis is placed on nursing care of the woman, the fetus and the newborn within the family environment. Concepts of human development of individual, family and community form the context in examining the nursing role of the professional nurse. The effect of cultural, social, economic and ethical influences as well as the impact of health care technology is discussed. (3 lecture, 2 lab)
Katherine Perozzi, M.S.N., R.N.
Associate Professor of Nursing, Clinical
John Jay 228