3 credits (3 didactic hours)
Presented: In Class
Available: Spring 2017 January 17 - May 3
This course examines theoretical frameworks relevant to family nursing interventions. The family in health and illness and the impact of transitions, crises, and stressful events on families are explored. Clinical situations with families are examined and analyzed in light of theory and concepts. Students examine their own beliefs and family life experiences as these relate to their developing practice of family nursing.
Instructor: Jane Tuttle
Required Texts: McDaniel, S., Campbell, T.L., Hepworth, J. & Lorenz, A. (2005) Family-Oriented Primary Care, (2nd ed.). New York, Springer.
Wright, L. & Leahey, M. (2009). Nurses and Families: A Guide to Family Assessment and Intervention, 6th Edition. Philadelphia, Davis.
Price: $1400/credit hour For information on University of Rochester Tuition Benefits, visit the Tuition Benefits homepage.
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