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NRSG-3202Science of Early Child Development - Nursing Focus

This is an on-line course that explores the multimedia resource curriculum: Science of Early Child Development within a nursing perspective. Early human development is studied from a developmental health viewpoint, with a focus on the social determinants of health.  Students learn about current research in neurobiology and early human development, and the important role of early experience in lifelong human development and health.  Readings, videos, general internet links, nursing practice internet links, interactive games and on-line discussion are used to explore and analyze the latest understanding and research in early child development and the nursing implications of such data.  This course was developed collaboratively by the Early Childhood Education Program of the Red River College Community Services Department, the Atkinson Centre of the University of Toronto, The Aga Khan Developmental Network and the Red River College Nursing Department. 

Prerequisites

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