The Registered Nurses Professional Development Centre is pleased to offer the following courses from our RN Bridging/Re-Entry Program. This program will help nurses enhance their professional practice, meet regulatory body requirements or review content assessed on the national licensure examination.
Maternal Infant Health
Maternal Infant Health Theory
Maternal Infant Health focuses on women’s lives and childbearing families in the contemporary Canadian context. It offers an examination of concepts related to maternal infant health. Sections include an overview of childbearing families, preconception care, assessment of a woman during pregnancy, the experience of childbirth, postpartum care, and newborn care. Learning is facilitated through written lessons with learning activities, textbook and journal readings.
Maternal Infant Health Clinical
Note: Learners are only permitted to take this course when they are referred.
Maternal Infant Health practicum is designed to provide learners with nursing practice experience in caring for women and their families in the contemporary Canadian context. Supervised nursing practice experiences on selected clinical units will assist the learner to integrate professional knowledge of registered nursing practice in Canada and enhance critical thinking skills and decision-making skills. The clinical consists of approximately 80 hours of preceptored experience. It is expected that the learner will meet all of the clinical competencies.
It is policy at the RNPDC that learners complete pre-clinical requirements prior to the clinical course. These requirements are set forth by the health care organizations and include such things as immunizations, criminal record checks and Basic Life Support certification. You will be required to submit other placement specific documents and you will be notified about other applicable prerequisites upon course registration.
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