N 592U N 592U. Parent-Child Nursing III: At-Risk Families. 5 Hours.
Salient concepts and clinical basis for advanced nursing practice with at-risk families during the childbearing years. Legal, ethical, and practice issues affecting the advanced practice nurse. Emphasis is on assessment and intervention with pregnant women and children with health problems that have a social and biophysical etiology. Students apply concepts in providing nursing care to at-risk families in a variety of clinical settings under supervision of faculty members and preceptors. Three lecture hours and eight laboratory hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: Graduate standing and Nursing 592L.