Graduate Catalog 2021-2022

NRS 736 Primary Health Care II

4 hours. This second primary care course emphasizes health promotion, health protection, and health restoration for the adult-gerontological population in need of healthcare.  Students’ ability to formulate differential diagnoses and create treatment plans using evidence-based guidelines and best practices is enhanced, as is their development as advanced practitioners.  The partnership model of working with consumers is stressed along with quality and safety. Student will learn to address health needs while integrating social and policy issues confronting those who need health care. This course requires a minimum of 200 clinical hours with an approved preceptor.

Credits

4

Prerequisite

BIO 670, BIO 682/NRS 682, NRS 700, NRS 701, NRS. 702, NRS 705, NRS 706, NRS 730, NRS. 735