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Viewing: NURS 6231 : Family Nurse Practitioner II: Lifespan Primary Care/Diagnosis/Management

Last approved: Mon, 10 Jul 2017 08:02:57 GMT

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In The Catalog Prerequisites:

NURS 8414 : DNP Residency

As A Banner Prerequisite:

NURS 8414 : DNP Residency
School of Nursing
Nursing (NURS)
NURS
6231
Family Nurse Practitioner II: Lifespan Primary Care/Diagnosis/Management
FNP2: Primary Care/Dx/Mgt
Fall 2017
8
Course Type
Lecture
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade

No
No
NURS 6220, NURS 6222, NURS 6230 and NURS 6234
Corequisites

100
Marjorie Graziano
Frequency of Offering

Term(s) Offered

Are there Course Equivalents?
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No
Fee Type


No


Second clinically based course for family nurse practitioner students. Didactic and clinical experiences in family nurse practitioner care, focusing on prevention and common/chronic health problems across the lifespan.
Course Objectives: 1. Construct a plan for the acquisition and application of knowledge gained from didactic content to clinical while taking care of patients across the lifespan. 2. Create a schedule that includes reading and study time; time for the completion of assignments and exams; clinical time twice weekly and for the timely submission of required documents. 3. Develop a personal schedule that includes reading and study time; time for the completion of assignments and exams; clinical time twice weekly and for the timely submission of required documents 4. Schedule travel to campus for the purpose of faculty education and evaluation of students’ acquired clinical skills in the simulation center 5. Incorporate the principles of epidemiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology and health promotion/disease prevention when diagnosing and managing patients across the lifespan 6. Perform comprehensive health examinations by utilizing problem-oriented data collection and risk assessment principles for the purposes of diagnosing current conditions, identifying co-morbidities and putting preventative practices into place in patients across the lifespan 7. Evaluate and implement educational and/or health promotion and preventive strategies based on information gathered during history and physical exam and considering cultural, socio-economic, psycho-social and developmental needs. 8. Assess, diagnose and manage common primary care complaints across the lifespan by utilizing diagnostic tests, the skills of clinical decision-making and evidenced based clinical practice guidelines. 9. Collaborate and arrange for appropriate consultations and referrals to other healthcare specialties as necessary to promote quality patient care
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