The School of Education at Syracuse University seeks a Part-Time Instructor for SPE 633 The High Risk Infant: Medical Treatment and Educational Interventions, (3 Credits) for Summer I. Co-taught.
Course Description: Offered only during the summer. Major medical conditions of newborns, associated developmental delays and disabilities, and ethical issues of medical treatment in neonatal intensive care. Problems of preterm, full-term, and post-term infants. Current issues (e.g., substance abuse, HIV-AIDS).
Internal Number: 73474
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in higher education.