NUR2440L

Maternal Child Nursing Lab

This course is designed to present the nursing student with knowledge and skills related to care of a client from conception through childhood and adolescence. The course will present an introduction of high-risk factors in these areas.

Maternal Child Nursing Lab

Course Code:
NUR2440L

Credit Hours:
0

Effective beginning:
2022-23

Sections:
000

 

Course Description:
This course is designed to present the nursing student with knowledge and skills related to care of a client from conception through childhood and adolescence. The course will present an introduction of high-risk factors in these areas. The nursing process provides a framework for planning care for clients on the wellness-illness continuum with inclusion of human growth and development, culture diversity, pharmacology, and administration of medications, nutrition, legal aspects of practice, interpersonal relationships, and current issues in nursing. Concepts related to pre, intra, and postoperative cares are discussed. Clinical experiences may be provided in both clinic and acute care settings. Specific exercises in management principles are provided in the clinical setting.

 

Course Details

Instructors:

Kali Gray, MSN, RN
850-718-2294 (office)
grayk@chipola.edu (preferred method of contact is through Canvas messaging)

 

Required textbooks/ course materials:

The following is required to purchase in the lecture course, NUR 2440C:

ATI optimal package-contact Chipola Bookstore

The following textbooks are purchased as part of a bundle in the Second Semester: Semester 2 Elsevier Custom Package ISBN: 9780443143694

  • McKinney, E.S., James, S.R., Murray, S.S., & Ashwill, J.W. (2021). Maternal-Child Nursing, 6th Ed. St. Louis: Elsevier. (ISBN: 9780323697880)
  • McKinney, E.S., James, S.R., Murray, S.S., & Ashwill, J.W. (2021). Study Guide Maternal-child nursing, 6th Ed. St. Louis: Elsevier. (ISBN: 9780323711890) 

ZTC

 

Assignment/course outline:

See first-day handout.

 

Discipline-level learning outcomes:

Professional standards that guide the student learning outcomes include the following sources: Healthy People 2020, National Patient Safety Goals, and ACEN standards.

N1 Demonstrate effective therapeutic communication within a variety of health care context.

N2 Provide patient-centered nursing care in a variety of healthcare settings to a diverse patient population.

N3 Demonstrate clinical judgement in the delivery of nursing care in a variety of healthcare settings.

N4 Demonstrate use of information and technology for nursing care.

N5 Demonstrate professional practice as defined by the State Board of Nursing Scope of Practice for the registered nurse.

Healthy People 2030

National Patient Safety Goals

ACEN STANDARDS

 

Course-level learning outcomes:

Course-level student learning outcomesDiscipline-level learning outcomesAssessment methods
  • Apply Nursing Process in nursing care of pregnant client, as well as growth and development of a client from newborn through adolescence.
  • Explain common psychological and physiological changes that occur during pregnancy, birth and through adolescence as well as the underlying principles for these changes.
  • Demonstrate assessment of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, school-age children, and adolescents.
  • Identify antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum complications, their treatment and nursing care.
  • Discuss the role of the nurse in providing culturally competent care of diverse populations from conception through adolescence in regards to disease processes.
  • Identify the different types of abuse seen in families and the basic disease processes that can occur within the body system to include clinical manifestations, nursing interventions, nursing interventions, complications, evaluations and management.
  • Discuss health promotion activities for the obstetric and pediatric population.
  • Formulate a nursing care plan and teaching plan for the obstetric or pediatric client with genetic, physiological or psychological disorder.

N1-N5 for all

For all outcomes:
H, UT, Q, CF, CS, SP, Clin, SD, DB, Obs.

 

Means of accomplishing learning outcomes:

Lecture, discussions, projects, selected readings, handouts, audio-lectures, audiovisuals, clinical lab, simulation lab, portfolios, assignments, quizzes, or exams. See first day handout for specific evaluation methods.

 

Alternate Grading Scale

This course uses an alternate grading system that differs from the college-wide grading scale. The following scale indicates a student's standing in the course:
A – 90 – 100
B – 80 – 89
C – 75 – 79
D – 60 – 74
F – 59 or less

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