Jul 29, 2021  
Graduate Catalog-Handbook 2018-2019 
Graduate Catalog-Handbook 2018-2019 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

NURS 571 - Primary Care II

This is a hybrid course.
This course provides the nurse practitioner student with the knowledge and skills needed to deliver primary health care across the lifespan, within the context of family and community through didactic and online content delivery and preceptor clinical experiences. Emphasis is placed upon the application of evidence-based clinical decision making, problem identification and management, health promotion, and client and family health education. Complex concepts and in-depth knowledge needed to assess and manage health problems are covered. Multi-faceted outcome-based interventions including complementary and alternative therapies, health education and health promotion will be explored as part of a multidisciplinary team approach.
Prerequisites: NURS 570  
10 credit hours
(5 credit hours didactic & 5 credit hours practicum= 250 clinical hours)