92613 Principles of Child and Family Health Nursing6cp; blended approach: 2 x 7hrs face-to-face workshops, online activities
This subject is designed to introduce students to the clinical specialty of child and family health nursing. It covers a range of topics that provide an essential grounding for child and family health beginning practitioners, while developing students' understanding of evidence-based practice and its application within child and family health nursing practice. The subject aims to develop the student's understanding of primary health care as the philosophical basis for well children and their families, and enhance the importance of health promotion within child and family health nursing.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125