This course focuses on theories, issues, and trends related to the care of the childbearing family. Pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum are viewed as normal life processes with family members as partners in care. The roles of the nurse are considered in relation to family-centred care and primary health care with an emphasis on the determinants of health and premature, preventive, and curative services. Students apply theory from this course to their clinical practice in Nursing 3130 and Nursing 3100. Semester hour of credit: 3; Lecture: 3 Hours per week: 1.5 hours tutorial/seminar, Clinical Practice: 184 hours in total between N 3130 and 3060. 06-01-2020-02-04-2020 Lecture Monday, Thursday 03:00PM - 04:15PM, Room to be Announced