(3 credits) 3 hours lecture
In this course students will use primary health care, considering population groups and influences, as a framework for promoting health, understanding and caring for the unique needs of child bearing individuals and families. Students will examine effective community and family centered approaches to care considering collaborative relationships and inter-professional partnerships, advocacy, capacity building, critical thinking and clinical judgment in a variety of contexts. Success in this course is supported when this course is taken concurrently with Nursing 3114.
Prerequisites: Nursing 2215, Nursing 2216, Health 2250, Interdisciplinary Studies 1240, Psychology 2235, Physical Education 2007, and Math 2333.