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GRAD > NURSNG > 682

Primary Care of the Family Practicum III and Capstone

Description:
Students further refine skills in critical thinking in the application of theory and research to practice. Assessment, diagnostic, therapeutic, and health teaching strategies are applied to a continuum of health promotion/illness problems with a focus on the primary care of women, infants, and children. Seminars are grounded in learning the application of theory and research to the domains of practice of the family nurse practitioner, including the management of patient health and illness and the teaching-coaching function of the nurse practitioner and ensuring the quality of health care practices. Interdisciplinary collaborative practice skills are developed. Students develop role competencies under the supervision of nurse practitioner preceptors and faculty in urban health care settings.

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