NURS 842 – Children with Complex Conditions at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) is an advanced nursing course offered within the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) program, focusing on the comprehensive care of children facing complex health conditions.
Key components covered in NURS 842 include:
In-depth understanding of pediatric complex health conditions
Advanced health assessment and diagnostic reasoning in complex pediatric cases
Collaborative care for children with multiple health challenges
Pharmacological considerations and management strategies for complex pediatric conditions
Family-centered care and communication in challenging healthcare scenarios
Ethical considerations in advanced pediatric nursing practice
This course is designed to prepare nursing professionals to address the unique needs of children with complex health conditions. Students will engage in theoretical learning and hands-on clinical experiences, emphasizing evidence-based practices and advanced decision-making skills.
NURS 842 is ideal for individuals seeking advanced proficiency in pediatric nursing, providing a comprehensive understanding of the complexities associated with caring for children with multiple and challenging health conditions. The course prepares nursing practitioners for leadership roles in healthcare settings that cater to the unique needs of this pediatric population.