NUR 231: Nursing of Children
In this course, students use the nursing process to focus on the care of children and their families during health and illness. Concepts learned in the previous semesters are applied to develop nursing interventions to care for this population. Principles of nursing care for children of all age groups experiencing health deviations and their adaptation to the stressors of hospitalization are addressed. Promoting health and fostering normal growth and development are emphasized.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; NUR 223 and NUR 255, minimum grade "C+"; and NUR 224 and NUR 256, with grade "P"
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