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Nursing 6101 – Advanced Health Assessment and Clinical Reasoning

Nursing 6101 – Advanced Health Assessment and Clinical Reasoning

Nursing 6101 – Advanced Health Assessment and Clinical Reasoning [Formerly NURS 305F]

Students differentiate abnormal from normal findings using advanced assessment techniques, interpret diagnostic study results, and use clinical reasoning to formulate diagnoses for culturally diverse adults and older adults. Students interpret data and problem solve utilizing case studies and surrogate patients.Advanced Practice Nurse Assignment Papers. Health promotion and disease prevention strategies are discussed.

Prerequisite: Admission to specialty and graduate level standing. [3] Fall

6102 Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology [Formerly NURS 306A]

This course provides in-depth discussion of complex physiologic and pathophysiologic concepts across the lifespan essential for advanced practice nursing of adult and geriatric patient populations in acute care settings. Physiology of each organ system is discussed from the cellular level to the function of organ systems. Emphasis is placed on integrating physiologic concepts to predict, evaluate, and manage pathologic processes.

Prerequisite: Courses in undergraduate level human anatomy and physiology. [4] Fall

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6103 Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics [Formerly NURS 307C]

This course builds on knowledge of the basic principles of pharmacology to establish a knowledge base for clinical judgments in the pharmacologic management and evaluation of adults and older adults as related to the role of Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioners. Drug interactions, incompatibilities, side effects, and contraindications are discussed. Appropriate patient education is integrated.

Pre/corequisite: 6102. [3] Fall

6105. Advanced Health Assessment Applications for the Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner [Formerly NURS 305B]

This course builds on knowledge of advanced health assessment with a focus on clients commonly seen in the acute care practice setting. Advanced health assessment skills include obtaining appropriate health histories and performing physical examinations on adult patients with complex problems in a variety of acute and chronic health care settings, as well as participating in direct patient care. In addition, the course emphasizes proper documentation of data obtained from the history and physical exams and the development of appropriate differential diagnoses, problem lists, and therapeutic plans of care.

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

6114 Pathophysiology and Collaborative Management in Acute Care for the Adult

Gerontology ACNP I NURS 6114 is the first of a three-course series that explores, at an advanced level, pathophysiology, assessment, diagnoses, and collaborative management of adults and older adults with selected episodic/chronic health problems in acute/critical care. Each student demonstrates in writing his or her ability to analyze, integrate, and synthesize pathophysiologic concepts and current research findings for collaborative management of adult health problems. The course goals are met through didactic content and case study analyses.

Pre/corequisite: 6102, 6103. [2]

6115 Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Practicum [Formerly NURS 342A]

This course is designed to provide clinical experience in development and application of the roles of the acute care nurse practitioner.Advanced Practice Nurse Assignment Papers. The students apply and evaluate nursing theory and pathophysiologic and psychosocial concepts in planning and delivery of care in clinical settings. The student practices in clinical settings for a total of 280 hours. Clinical conferences are held weekly and focus on pathophysiology, diagnoses, and therapeutic management related to episodic/chronic problems in acute/critical care in the adult population.

Prerequisite: 6101, 6102, 6103, 6105, 6114; corequisite: 6124. [4] Spring

6123 Pathophysiology and Collaborative Management in Acute Care for the Adult-Gerontology ACNP II [Formerly NURS 340B]

This course explores, at an advanced level, the pathophysiology, assessment, diagnosis, and collaborative management of adults and older adults with selected episodic/chronic health problems in acute/critical care, including oncology and renal and fluid and electrolyte disorders.Advanced Practice Nurse Assignment Papers. Each student demonstrates his/her ability to analyze, integrate, and synthesize pathophysiologic concepts for collaborative management of adult health problems. The course goals are met through didactic content and case study analyses.

Pre/corequisite: 6050.

Prerequisite: 6102, 6103, 6113. [3] Spring

6124 Pathophysiology and Collaborative Management in Acute Care for the Adult

Gerontology ACNP II NURS 6124 is the second of a three-course series that explores, at an advanced level, pathophysiology, assessment, diagnoses, and collaborative management of adults and older adults with selected episodic/chronic health problems in acute/critical care. Each student demonstrates in writing his or her ability to analyze, integrate, and synthesize pathophysiologic concepts and current research findings for collaborative management of adult health problems. Advanced Practice Nurse Assignment Papers. The course goals are met through didactic content and case study analyses. Prerequisite: 6045, 6102, 6103, 6114.

Pre/corequisite: 6055. [4] Spring

6125 Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Practicum [Formerly NURS 342B]

This course is designed to provide clinical experience in development and application of the roles of the acute care adult nurse practitioner. The clinical setting will be used for application and evaluation of nursing theory and pathophysiologic and psychosocial concepts in planning and developing care for culturally diverse adults and older adults in the clinical setting. The student will practice in clinical settings for a total of 140 hours. Clinical conferences will be held weekly and will focus on pathophysiology, diagnoses, and therapeutic management related to episodic/chronic problems in acute/critical care in the adult population.

Pre/corequisite: 6011 or 6101, 6102, 6103, 6114, 6305. [2] Spring

6133 Pathophysiology and Collaborative Management in Acute Care for the Adult-Gerontology ACNP III [Formerly NURS 340C]

This course is third in a sequence of courses that explores, at an advanced level, the pathophysiology, assessment, diagnosis, and collaborative management of adults and older adults with selected episodic/chronic health problems in acute/critical care, including hematologic, hepatic, endocrine, and gastrointestinal disorders as well as psychosocial needs. Each student demonstrates his or her ability to analyze, integrate, and synthesize pathophysiologic concepts for collaborative management of adult health problems. The course goals are met through didactic content and case study analyses.

Prerequisite: 6050, 6102, 6103, 6113 & 6123. Corequisite: 6060 & 6070. [3] Summer

6134 Pathophysiology and Collaborative Management in Acute Care for the Adult-Gerontology ACNP III

This course is third in a sequence of courses that explores, at an advanced level, the pathophysiology, assessment, diagnosis, and collaborative management of adults and older adults with selected episodic/chronic health problems in acute/critical care, including hematologic, hepatic, endocrine, and gastrointestinal disorders as well as psychosocial needs. Each student demonstrates his or her ability to analyze, integrate, and synthesize pathophysiologic concepts for collaborative management of adult health problems. The course goals are met through didactic content and case study analyses.

Prerequisite: 6045, 6055, 6102, 6103, 6114, 6124. Pre/corequisite: 6065, 6075. [3] Summer

6135 Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Practicum in Intensive Care [Formerly NURS 342C]

This course is designed to provide clinical experience in development and application of the roles of the acute care adult nurse practitioner with an intensivist focus. The clinical setting will be used for application and evaluation of pathophysiologic and psychosocial concepts in planning and developing care in the clinical setting. Student will be assigned to multidisciplinary critical care teams and will rotate through these teams during the course. 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 therapeutic management related to episodic/chronic problems in critical care in the adult population.

Prerequisites: 6101, 6102, 6103, 6105, 6114; Pre/corequisite: 6124. [4] Spring

Nursing 6101 – Advanced Health Assessment and Clinical Reasoning

6140 Introduction to Transplantation [Formerly NURS 345]

This elective course consists of didactic content related to the care of adults undergoing transplantation with emphasis on immunology, immunosuppression, and criteria for transplantation, as well as complications related to transplantation and immunosuppression. An overview of transplantation of the heart, lung, liver, kidney, pancreas, and bone marrow is presented. Ethical, psychosocial, and donor selection/management issues are discussed. [2] Spring

6141 Introduction to Neurocritical Care and Management of Neurological Disease

This course provides an introduction into the subspecialty field of neurocritical care and management of neurological disease across care settings (i.e. outpatient specialty clinic to intensive care). This course will build upon a foundational understanding of neurocritical care and management of neurological disease specific to the role of the AGACNP or ENP.

Prerequisite: 6101, 6102, 6103, 6114. [2] Summer

6142 Concepts in Advanced Trauma Nursing [Formerly NURS 396G]

This course explores, at an advanced practice level, pathophysiology, assessment and diagnosis and collaborative management of adults who have experienced a severe trauma. Each student will demonstrate in writing his or her ability to analyze, integrate, and synthesize pathophysiologic concepts and current research findings for the collaborative management of trauma patients.

Pre/corequisite: 6101, 6105 and 6114. [2] Spring

6143 Fundamentals of Point of Care Ultrasound for the Advanced Practice Provider

This course introduces advanced practice students to the utilization of point of care ultrasound (POCUS) in clinical practice. Course concepts include basic ultrasound physics and mechanics, anatomical landmarks in the context of pathophysiology, ultrasound exam types, and ultrasound methods for diagnostic, procedural and therapeutic applications of the technology in patient care. Students will participate in module-based didactics and apply course concepts during hands on simulation experiences.

Pre/corequisite: 6102. [2] Summer

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