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NSE 311

Clinical Practice IV

Practice reflects the realities of community nursing in evolving, diverse social and health care environments, with an emphasis on prenatal, perinatal and child and adolescent family-centred care. A critical social theoretical perspective guides practice grounded in social justice, equity, determinants of health and relational practice. Students critically and reflexively draw on relevant standards and concepts to appraise and apply approaches and strategies that support community-based family-centred prenatal, perinatal and child and adolescent care.
Weekly Contact: Lab: 14 hrs. Lecture: 1 hr.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 2


PPN 202, BLG 131, NSE 221, PAT 202, NSE 222


PPN 301



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