The OB summer immersion program is an instructor led course that takes students who are interested in women’s health, obstetrical, and mother/baby specialties into the largest birth center in the state of Wisconsin. Rotating through opportunities in OB triage, antepartum, labor and delivery, postpartum care, and NICU, students spend time at the bedside working with their instructor, registered nurses, and other staff to provide care to mothers and babies. With a focus on patient advocacy, health equity, and the changing medicine within obstetrical and midwifery care of women in Dane county, nursing students experience firsthand the ever changing and high acuity role of a women’s health nurse. You will enroll in and pay tuition for a 3-credit summer course that satisfies the clinical portion of N436, Community Health Nursing Practicum in the undergraduate curriculum. You will then enroll in a 1-credit course in the fall semester to satisfy the lab and simulation portion of the N436 course.
Apply HERE for the Summer 2024 OB Immersion!Due end of day February 2, 2024.