Graduate Catalog 2021-2022

NRS 728 Role Practicum: Primary Health Care II

17 hours; 3 credits. A clinical course addressing health promotion, health protection, and health restoration of adults experiencing acute and chronic health problems. With preceptor supervision, students perform differential diagnosis and treatment of common health problems, including prescription of drugs and other evidence-based medical interventions. Students use nursing theories and research in the Nurse Practitioner (NP) roles, diagnose human responses, plan to meet positive health outcomes, and conduct high quality and safe culturally competent nursing interventions for adult-gerontology populations, their families and communities. (Minimum of 250 faculty supervised clinical hours). Corequisite: NP Students: NRS 726




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