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NURS 6525 – Practicum in Primary Health Care of the Child and Adolescent

NURS 6525 – Practicum in Primary Health Care of the Child and Adolescent

NURS 6525 – Practicum in Primary Health Care of the Child and Adolescent [Formerly NURS 362]

This course is a clinical practicum focusing on child and adolescent health care with an emphasis on health promotion, management of common health problems, and client education. A developmental approach across the lifespan is used in assessing the client and family in formulating the treatment plan. Students participate in a clinical rotation in a pediatric health care setting which provides the opportunity for health assessment of the child and adolescent and formulation of a comprehensive plan of care.

Clinical conferences highlight various pathophysiological and psychological processes encountered with children and their families. The role of the nurse practitioner as a primary health care provider in a variety of pediatric settings is examined. Relevant resources and research related to the child and adolescent are explored with the application of findings to the care of clients.

Pre/Corequisites: 6305 or 6505, 6010, 6020, 6531, 6031. [2] Spring

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NURS 6531 – Advanced Practice Nursing in Primary Care of the Child [Formerly NURS 309B]

This course presents knowledge necessary for the practice of primary health care of children. Course content includes the principles of health promotion, disease prevention and assessment, and management of common primary health care problems in diverse pediatric populations. Emphasis is placed on developmental needs and the pathophysiologic processes underlying certain conditions. The impact of the family on the health of the child is explored. Students are introduced to the dynamics of the managed care environment.

Prerequisite: 6011. [2] Spring

NURS 6532 – Advanced Practice Nursing in the Primary Care of the Elderly [Formerly NURS 309D]

In this didactic course, knowledge is presented that is necessary for the practice of primary health care nursing of the elderly. Course content includes the principles of health promotion, disease prevention and assessment, and management of common primary health care problems in diverse elderly populations. Emphasis is placed on developmental needs and the pathophysiologic processes underlying certain conditions. The impact of the family on the health of the elderly is explored. Students are introduced to the dynamics of the managed care environment. Prerequisite: 6011. [1] Spring

NURS 6535 – Practicum in Primary Health Care of the Adult for Dual Specialty [Formerly NURS 363A]

This course is a clinical practicum focusing on adult health care with an emphasis on health promotion, management of common acute and chronic health problems, and client education. A developmental approach across the lifespan is used in assessing the client and family in formulating the treatment plan. Students participate in a clinical rotation in adult health care settings which provide the opportunity for health assessment of the adult and the development of a comprehensive plan of care.

Clinical conferences highlight pathophysiological processes and psychological needs of the adults and their families. The role of the nurse practitioner as a primary health care provider in a variety of adult settings will be examined. Students explore relevant resources related to adult health care and apply findings to client situations. This course is for Adult-Gerontology/Family Nurse Practitioner: Emergency Care Focus students.

Prerequisites: 6305. Corequisites: 6010, 6020, 6030. [3] Fall, Summer

NURS 6525 – Practicum in Primary Health Care of the Child and Adolescent

NURS 6545 – Practicum in Primary Health Care of the Adult [Formerly NURS 363C]

This course is a clinical practicum focusing on adult health care with emphasis on health promotion, management of common acute and chronic health problems, and client education. Students participate in a clinical rotation in adult health care settings which provide the opportunity for health assessment of the adult and the development of a comprehensive plan of care.

Clinical conferences highlight pathophysiological processes and psychological needs of the adults and their families. The role of the nurse practitioner as a primary health care provider in a variety of adult settings will be examined. Students explore relevant resources related to adult health care and apply findings to client situations. This course is for NMW and NMW/FNP students.

Prerequisite: 6805, 6810; Pre/Corequisite: 6020, 6821. [2] Spring

NURS 6555 – Practicum in Primary Health Care of the Family [Formerly NURS 360A]

This course is a clinical practicum focusing on child, adolescent and adult health care with an emphasis on health promotion, management of common health problems, and client education. A developmental approach across the lifespan is used in assessing the client and family in formulating the treatment plan. Students participate in a clinical rotation in a primary care setting which provides the opportunity for health assessment of clients of all ages and the formulation of a comprehensive plan of care.

Clinical conferences highlight various pathophysiological and psychological processes encountered with clients and their families. The role of the nurse practitioner as a primary health care provider in a variety of primary health care settings will be examined. Relevant resources/research related to health is explored with the application of findings to the care of clients.

Prerequisite: 6505; Corequisite: 6010, 6020, 6031, 6531. [Variable credit – 4 for FNP; 2 for NMW/FNP] Spring

NURS 6565 – Practicum in Primary Health Care of the Family [Formerly NURS 360B]

This course is a clinical practicum focusing on child, adolescent and adult health care with an emphasis on health promotion, management of common health problems, and client education. A developmental approach across the lifespan is used in assessing the client and family in formulating the treatment plan. Students participate in a clinical rotation in a primary care setting which provides the opportunity for heal assessment of clients of all ages and the formulation of a comprehensive plan of care.

Clinical conferences highlight various pathophysiological and psychological processes encountered with clients and their families. The role of the nurse practitioner as a primary health care provider in a variety of primary health care settings will be examined. Relevant resources/research related to health is explored with the application of findings to the care of clients.

Prerequisite: 6505, 6532, 6555. [1] Summer

NURS 6575 – Clinical Decision Making for the Family Nurse Practitioner [Formerly NURS 360C]

This clinical course builds on knowledge and skills developed in previous didactic courses and implemented in the first practicum. Emphasis is on utilization of evidence-based practice and the integration of technology into primary care. This course focuses on management of the patient with complex acute or chronic illness.Advanced Practice Nurse Assignment Papers. The purpose of the course is to enable the student to enter practice with the ability to independently manage patients across the lifespan.

Prerequisite: 6032, 6521. Corequisite: 6565, 6585. [1] Summer

NURS 6585 – Family Nurse Practitioner Preceptorship [Formerly NURS 364]

In this clinical course, the student implements the role of the family nurse practitioner working with clients across the lifespan and their families in urban and/or rural primary care settings. The focus is on the integration of theory, knowledge, and skills from previous courses within the family nurse practitioner scope of practice.

Pre/corequisite for FNP students: 6555, 6565; pre/corequisite for NMW/FNP students: 6545, 6555. [4] Spring, Summer

NURS 6595 – Family Nurse Practitioner Preceptorship for AG-ACNP/FNP Dual Specialty [Formerly NURS 364A]

In this clinical course, the student implements the role of the family nurse practitioner working with clients across the lifespan and their families in urban and/or rural primary care settings.Advanced Practice Nurse Assignment Papers. The focus is on the integration of theory, knowledge, and skills from previous courses within the family nurse practitioner scope of practice for students who are pursuing dual preparation.

Pre- or co-requisites: 6030, 6031, 6032, 6525, 6531, 6532, 6535, all core courses. [3] Spring, Summer

NURS 6602 – Developmental/Neonatal Physiology [Formerly NURS 306C]

This course provides an in-depth examination of human genetics, embryologic development and normal physiologic functioning of developing body systems. Mechanisms involved in cell division, gametogenesis, and inheritance patterns are addressed. The structural and functional development of fetal systems, during critical periods, is emphasized. Abnormalities and alterations in fetal development are explored. Environmental factors that influence the structural and functional development of fetal systems are discussed. Long-term clinical implications of alterations in structure and physiologic functioning are also addressed. [2] Fall. Fall

NURS 6605 – Advanced Neonatal Health Assessment [Formerly NURS 305C]

This core course provides opportunities for NNP students to develop the knowledge and skills needed to perform a comprehensive health and gestational age assessment.Advanced Practice Nurse Assignment Papers. Data to collect when eliciting a health history, principles of performing a physical and gestational age assessment, diagnostic study interpretations, and examination techniques are stressed in the didactic portion of the course.

Critical thinking is emphasized as the basis for synthesis of knowledge regarding the performance of health histories, physical assessments and identification of potential diagnostic tests for alterations in clinical findings. Emphasis is placed on the recognition of assessment findings that deviate from normal. 56 hours of supervised clinical experience in the regular newborn nursery and/or Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit provides students with opportunities to perform health histories, health assessments and gestational age assessments with both normal and late preterm infants. [3] Fall

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