N 393U N 393U. Advanced Neonatal Nursing III. 3 Hours.
Transition to home care and follow-up care for high-risk neonates and infants and their families. Synthesis of current research and evidence and theoretical concepts in nursing and the social and behavioral sciences that are relevant to care from admission to discharge. Continued development of a critical, analytical approach to clinical decision making. Advanced role development; legal, political, and ethical issues affecting nurse practitioner practice. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: Graduate standing, Nursing 393S and 293T, and concurrent enrollment in Nursing 293V.