Graduate Catalog 2019-2020

NRS 721 Role Practicum: Adults in Community Settings(GNA)

3 hours; 3 credits. This precepted practicum course provides for application of theories and research to health promotion and disease prevention of healthy, chronically ill, and disabled adults from culturally diverse backgrounds, their families, and communities. Advanced practice nursing students will compose communications using diverse critical thinking and decision-making strategies that exemplify the development and documentation of core and adult-gerontology competencies incorporating areas such as quality and safety strategies, nursing process utilization, outcome assessment, education program development and implementation and other methodologies essential for advanced practice nursing. (Minimum of 250 faculty supervised clinical hours) NOTE: This course has a material fee. Corequisite: NRS 720 Pre- or corequisite: NRS 720

Credits

3

Fees

Material Fee