NSG 578 Advanced Nursing Management of Women with Health Problems and Health Promotion Needs, 3 credits

Students will develop competence in comprehensive health assessment of gynecologic, obstetric, and reproductive health care needs of women. Clinical experiences also will assist students to gain competence in the theory-based management of women's health in acute care, ambulatory, and community settings. Students will be guided by a preceptor in the implementation of advanced nursing strategies utilized to manage common childhood health concerns of women throughout the life cycle. The application of research to practice will be emphasized. (A minimum of 90 hours of precepted clinical practice is required for this course.)

Corequisite: NSG 559