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Primary Care of the Family Practicum II

Family nursing theory and research are further integrated as students develop competencies in their role as family nurse practitioner. Under the supervision of nurse practitioners and faculty, students manage and coordinate primary care for multicultural urban families experiencing a continuum of health promotion, episodic, and chronic illness problems. The diagnostic, therapeutic, evaluative, consultative, and teaching functions of the nurse practitioner role are examined within a professional, ethical and legal framework. Skills in collaborative interdisciplinary practice are emphasized. Seminar discussions include an exploration of the health policy issues that influence the delivery of health care to underserved urban families and communities.

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