Course Catalog


Primary Care of the Adult Practicum

Students refine their advanced practice skills with further attention to the application of theory and evidenced based knowledge to the role of the family or adult/gerontological nurse practitioner. The assessment, diagnostic, therapeutic, evaluative, consultative, and teaching functions of the nurse practitioner role are examined within a professional, ethical, and legal framework. Students continue to gain experience in the assessment and management of health promotion, episodic and chronic illness problems in adults with the supervision of nurse practitioner or physician preceptors, and faculty support. Seminar discussions include an exploration of special topics in disease management to improve quality, access and cost of primary health care for diverse populations. Diversity, health care disparities, and ethical issues will be discussed as they relate to the clinical topics.

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2015 Fall

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01 1226 Th 05:30 PM - 08:15 PM Halon,Patricia A W01-0041 More Info
01L 1227 - Blum,Kathryn More Info
02L 2172 -
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03L 2731 -
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04L 13535 - Losee,Heather Jane More Info
05L 13536 - Losee,Heather Jane More Info

2016 Spring

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01 13252 - Ouzts,Kathleen Marie ON-LINE More Info
01 8522 Tu 05:30 PM - 08:15 PM Halon,Patricia A W02-0125 More Info
01L 13305 - Losee,Heather Jane More Info
02 13253 - Buttaro,Terry ON-LINE More Info
02L 13306 - Losee,Heather Jane More Info
03 13254 - Crabtree,Marjorie A ON-LINE More Info