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Viewing: NURS 6228 : Advanced Family Primary Care

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School of Nursing
Nursing (NURS)
NURS
6228
Advanced Family Primary Care
Advanced Family Primary Care
Summer 2016
5
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Seminar and clinical practicum focusing on the integration of the family nurse practitioner role through the application of family theory and evidenced-based practice in primary care settings.
1. Integrate the role of the nurse practitioner within a family based scope of practice and part of interdisciplinary health care teams. 2. Perform comprehensive assessments of individuals and families by using problem-oriented data collection, advanced history taking and communication skills, and advanced physical examination skills which include developmental screening, mental health assessment and functional status. 3. Diagnose and manage care for the developing family unit as a whole and as a member of a specific community with consideration for cultural diversity, health beliefs and parenting issues in developing assessment and management plans for adaptive and maladaptive behaviors. 4. Apply the principles of leadership, quality, health promotion, program planning and evaluation with FNP role issues. 5. Apply evidenced based data to FNP practice
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