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School of Nursing
Nursing (NURS)
Maternity and Women’s Health Care
Maternity and Women’s HC
Fall 2017
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Nursing interventions used in health promotion, risk reduction, clinical decision making and management of women’s health issues, perinatal care of mothers and infants, gynecological health, and men’s reproductive health.
1. Utilize critical thinking in the application of the nursing process with women across the lifespan.
2. Apply therapeutic nursing interventions and technology in the care of childbearing families.
3. Collaborate with women, their families and members of the multi-disciplinary team in order to formulate interventions that assist in promoting, maintaining, and restoring health.
4. Describe the nutritional needs of the antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum patient
5. Describe the normal childbearing cycle and selected pathophysiologic processes occurring during the childbearing cycle.
6. Develop the knowledge and skills to care for women and families experiencing problems with acute and/or chronic illness related to reproduction
7. Identify community/hospital resources available to the maternal-child patient/family.
8. Apply professional values, knowledge of legal and ethical concepts, and safety measures in the provision of nursing care for maternity and women’s health nursing.
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