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Maternal-Newborn Nursing 2e: The Critical Components of Nursing Care


Maternal-Newborn Nursing, 5th Edition

Achieving my ideal career followed a natural progression, thanks to Methodist Dallas Medical Center’s coordinated educational career development plan. I began working at Methodist Dallas in 2005 as a patient care tech on a float team which included El Centro Community College nursing students. After completing my second semester of school, I was able to take advantage of Methodist Health System’s nurse extern program. This provided me two eight-hour shifts a week during the school year and daily shifts during the summer. The experiences I gained from these opportunities were priceless. In 2006, I obtained my RN and began working exclusively in the postpartum/newborn nursery unit. I completed a preceptor course so I can help develop other nurses on the unit. My goal is to become certified in maternal-newborn nursing.

I love babies and I love nursing. So my choice for a place to care for others wasn’t a difficult one. The postpartum/newborn nursery unit is where I spend my work hours, and it’s where my heart is.

Newborn Nursing Diagnosis | allnurses

  • Obstetrical Nursing – Antepartum (50 Items)
  • Obstetrical Nursing – Intrapartum (60 Items)
  • Obstetrical Nursing – Postpartum (55 Items)
  • Newborn Nursing Care (50 Items)
  • Pediatric Nursing 1 (50 Items)
  • Maternal and Child Health Nursing 1 (30 Items)
  • Maternal and Child Health Nursing 2 (30 Items)

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Level I units are typically referred to as the well baby nursery. Well newborn nurseries have the capability to provide neonatal resuscitation at every delivery; evaluate and provide postnatal care to healthy newborn infants; stabilize and provide care for infants born at 35 to 37 weeks’ who remain physiologically stable; and stabilize newborn infants who are ill and those born less than 35 weeks’ gestation until transfer to a facility that can provide the appropriate level of care. Required provider types for well newborn nurseries include pediatricians, family physicians, nurse practitioners, and other advanced practice registered nurses.

A better way to learn maternal and newborn nursing! This unique multimedia presentation provides tightly focused maternal-newborn coverage in a highly structured text. Plus, an audio book and a wealth of online learning resources make learning easy . All of the field’s must-have information is delivered in an easy-to-grasp, visually clear and precise design, while the audio book, available online at DavisPlus, lets you download the material to listen to anytime, anywhere!