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NURS 6237 – Concepts of Mental Health for Adults

NURS 6237 – Concepts of Mental Health for Adults

NURS 6237 – Concepts of Mental Health for Adults [Formerly NURS 310D]

This didactic course presents common mental health disorders seen in primary care settings within the scope of practice of the AGNP. This course identifies pathophysiology, clinical presentations, interventions, and outcomes of common mental health disorders in adult and geriatric patients. Importance is placed on early screening, diagnosis, treatment and referrals. The reciprocal relationship of mental and physical health is emphasized.

Pre/corequisite: 6010, 6020, 6034. [1] Fall, Summer

NURS 6295 – Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Clinical II [Formerly NURS 365B]

In this clinical course, the student implements the role of the Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner working with patients in the primary care setting. The focus is on the synthesis of theory, knowledge and skills from previous courses for the Adult Nurse Practitioner scope of practice.

Pre/corequisites: 6010, 6011, 6020, 6031, 6034, 6045, 6055, 6065, 6205, 6215, 6234, 6236. [4] Fall

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NURS 6301 – Concepts of Advanced Emergency Nursing [Formerly NURS 396F] This course provides students with the knowledge base and skills necessary to render emergency and trauma care. This will provide a foundation for future ACNP role development. The essential evaluation, stabilization and critical time management techniques will be discussed. It is essential that the ACNP functioning in the ER be experienced in the assessment of non-urgent, urgent and emergent conditions. In this course, the ACNP student will learn the techniques, physiology, and clinical skills necessary to care for adult patients in an emergency setting.

Prerequisite: 6011 or 6101. [Variable 2-3] Spring

 

NURS 6305 – Advanced Health Assessment Applications for the Dual Adult-Gerontology Acute Care NP/Family NP [Formerly NURS 305B]

This course builds on knowledge of advanced health assessment with a focus on clients commonly seen in the family practice setting. Advanced health assessment techniques are emphasized. Diverse types of approaches are used in expanding proficiency in conducting histories and physical examinations in laboratory and clinical settings. Communication techniques unique to the specialty population are emphasized. Systematic and organized health assessments that are sensitive to cultural and developmental needs are explored. Students are introduced to the dynamics of the managed health care environment. Experienced nurse practitioners serve as role models in clinical practice.

Pre/corequisite: 6101, graduate-level standing, admission to the specialty. [1] Fall

NURS 6361 – Pathophysiology & Collaborative Management in Emergent & Critical Care

This didactic course is designed to provide ENP postmasters students an exploration of the pathophysiology, assessment, diagnosis, and collaborative management of selected urgent and emergent health problems across the lifespan. Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze, integrate, and synthesize pathophysiologic concepts and current research findings for collaborative management of commonly encountered conditions within emergency care settings.

Prerequisite: Enrollment in ENP Specialty Program. Co-requisite: NURS 6365. [3] Fall

NURS 6365 – Trauma, Emergency & Critical Care Clinical I

N6365 is the first in a 2-part clinical sequence designed to provide the FNP with clinical experience in development and application of the roles of the emergency nurse practitioner. Emergency Department settings allow the student to apply management skills, nursing theory, pathophysiologic and psychosocial concepts in planning care for patients across the lifespan. The student will practice in clinical settings for a total of 210 hours. Clinical conferences will be held weekly and will focus on pathophysiology, diagnoses, and collaborative therapeutic management related to emergency care.

Prerequisite: Enrollment in ENP Specialty Program. Co-requisite: NURS 6361. [3] Fall

NURS 6375 – Trauma, Emergency & Critical Care Clinical II

N6375 is the second in a 2-part clinical sequence designed to provide the FNP with clinical experience in development and application of the roles of the acute care emergency nurse practitioner. Emergency Department settings allow the student to apply management skills, nursing theory, pathophysiologic and psychosocial concepts in planning care for patients across the lifespan. The student will practice in clinical settings for a total of 210 hours. Clinical conferences will be held weekly and will focus on pathophysiology, diagnoses, and collaborative and therapeutic management related to emergency care.

Prerequisites: Enrollment in ENP Specialty Program, NURS 6365. Co-requisite: NURS 6301. [3] Spring

NURS 6385 – Practicum in Emergency Care I [Formerly NURS 397A]

This course is designed to provide clinical experience in development and application of the roles of the acute care emergency nurse practitioner. Emergency Department settings will allow the student to apply management skills and evaluate nursing theory, pathophysiologic and psychosocial concepts in planning care for adult patients. The student will practice in clinical settings for a total of 70 hours. Clinical conferences will be held weekly and will focus on pathophysiology, diagnoses, and therapeutic management related to emergency care of adults.

Prerequisites: 6102, 6103, 6305, 6114. Corequisites: 6124, 6125, 6301. [1] Summer

NURS 6395 – Practicum in Emergency Care II [Formerly NURS 397B]

This course is designed to provide a capstone clinical experience in development and application of the roles of the dual Acute Care and Family NP for ED practice. Emergency Department settings will allow the student to apply management skills and evaluate nursing theory, pathophysiologic and psychosocial concepts in planning. The student will practice in clinical settings for a total of 70 hours. Clinical conferences will be held weekly and will focus on pathophysiology, diagnoses, and therapeutic management related to emergency care across the lifespan.

Pre/corequisites: 6030, 6031, 6032, 6102, 6103, 6114, 6124, 6125, 6134, 6301, 6305, 6385, 6531, 6532, 6525. [1] Spring

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