This unit will contribute to the completion of course-level outcomes, Western Sydney University graduate attributes and the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia Registered Nurse Standards for Practice. Course level learning outcomes can be accessed on your Unit vUWS Home Page.
The Human Relationships and Life Transitions unit is part of the Bachelor of Nursing, Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced) and the Bachelor of Midwifery courses.
The unit provides the foundation for developing comprehensive, coherent and connected knowledge in the nursing discipline and introduces and develops interaction skills which will be required by graduates in their work environments. Nursing Assignment Help
Learning outcomes for the unit are outlined below.
1 Demonstrate an understanding of the components of human development including psychological, social, cognitive and moral components of human development throughout the lifespan from pre-birth to older age
2 Explain the factors that contribute to the development of a sense of self including shaping of social identity, self-concept and the development of self-esteem
3 Explain the nature of human relationships across the lifespan, social attachments and the influence of culture on human development
4 Describe a range of life transitions; a. Normative b. Non-normative
5 Identify coping strategies used to manage life transitions in each stage of the lifespan
6 Explain the relevance of human relationship and life transition concepts to nursing and midwifery practice Nursing Assignment Help