Graduate Catalog 2021-2022

NRS 722 Advanced Practice Nursing with Adults in Acute Care Settings

3 hours; 3 credits. A clinical course for the application of knowledge and advanced practice skills related to nursing care of acutely ill adults, their families, and communities from culturally diverse backgrounds. The advanced practice nursing student will incorporate quality and safety tenets into evidence-based care using various communication technologies in the development of core and adult-gerontology competencies. The selection of clinical placements varies according to the specializations of students in each group. (Minimum of 250 faculty supervised clinical hours). Prerequisites: Matriculated status, BIO 670, NRS 682/BIO 682, NRS 700, NRS 701, NRS 702, NRS 706. Pre- or corequisite: NRS 730. Corequisite: For CNS Students: NRS 723

Credits

3