Infant, Child, and Adolescent Health
This course examines concepts relevant to the child-rearing years through classroom and clinical learning experiences. This includes concepts of normal growth and development and nursing care as it relates to the health-wellness continuum of infants, children, and adolescents.
Course Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs):
- Coordinate with the interdisciplinary healthcare team, family, and patient to provide developmentally appropriate health promotion, screenings, and care. Utilize clinical judgment to provide safe, evidence-based care for pediatric patients and their families in various settings.
- Correlate previous medical-surgical knowledge, and pediatric adaptations to provide and document quality patient-centered care for patients.
- Demonstrate professional behaviors within legal and ethical standards to meet the age-appropriate needs of the pediatric population.
Prerequisite: Satisfactory completion of all Semester 1 courses, N321 and N322.
|Henke's Med-Math: dosage calculations, preparation||Buchholz||9781975106522||2019||9th||93.00|
|Maternity and Pediatric Nursing||Ricci/Kyle||9781975139766||2021||4th||163.00|