NRSG257: CHILD, ADOLESCENT AND FAMILY NURSING NATIONAL…

NRSG257: CHILD, ADOLESCENT AND FAMILY NURSING NATIONAL UNIT OUTLINE Credit points: 10 Prerequisites / incompatibles: Foundation Year Units NTL: Dr Bronwyn Gordon LIC: Dr Bronwyn Gordon (North Sydney) Alison Peeler (Brisbane) Jessica McKirkle (Melbourne) UNIT RATIONALE, DESCRIPTION and AIM: This unit will focus on health promotion for infants, children and adolescents within a family context. It will provide students with an introduction to nursing and maternity care for children, adolescents and families within hospital and community settings. Theories relating to childhood growth and development will be examined and applied to nursing care in the home, community and hospital setting. The natio Document Preview:

FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine Please choose location… SEMESTER 2, 2017 NRSG257: CHILD, ADOLESCENT AND FAMILY NURSING NATIONAL UNIT OUTLINE Credit points: 10 Prerequisites / incompatibles: Foundation Year Units NTL: Dr Bronwyn Gordon Dr Bronwyn Gordon (North Sydney) LIC: Alison Peeler (Brisbane) Jessica McKirkle (Melbourne) UNIT RATIONALE, DESCRIPTION and AIM: This unit will focus on health promotion for infants, children and adolescents within a family context. It will provide students with an introduction to nursing and maternity care for children, adolescents and families within hospital and community settings. Theories relating to childhood growth and development will be examined and applied to nursing care in the home, community and hospital setting. The national health priorities of asthma management, injury prevention and early intervention will be major foci in inquiry-based learning. Mode: On campus: • Lecture: 1 hour weekly • IBL tutorial: 2 hours weekly Online: • Web enhanced pre reading & activities Attendance pattern: Lectures, tutorials and web-enhanced pre-reading and activities. Duration: 10-week semester You should anticipate undertaking 150 hours of study for this unit, including class attendance, readings and assignment preparation. LEARNING OUTCOMES The Bachelor of Nursing (BN), Bachelor of Nursing (Enrolled Nurse with Diploma in Nursing) (BNENDN), Bachelor of Nursing (Mental Health) (BNMH) and Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Business Administration (BNBADM) courses are professional programs that require development of particular attributes for accreditation purposes. These are also included in the Learning Outcomes. On successful completion of this unit, you should be able to: Version: Pre-moderation1. Outline major health priorities and related strategies for children and adolescents and their families;(GA6) 2. Explain…

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