Course Index

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NRS 820 AGNP PRACTICUM III

This course provides the foundation for clinical role development and skills required in care delivery for primary care adults with common acute and chronic health problems. Clinical application of knowledge necessary to provide care for this population will include the advanced practice nurse role in health promotion, disease prevention and management of stable health problems. Health assessment, clinical and diagnostic reasoning, and pathophysiological and phamacotherapeutic principles will be incorporated to provide evidence-based care to this population.

  • Credits: 3.0 /180 clinical hours
  • Prerequisites:

    NRS 812

NRS 818 CNS PRACTICUM II

This course provides the foundation for clinical nurse specialist role development and skills required in care delivery for care of adults, particularly older adults with common acute and chronic health problems. Emphasis will be placed on addressing long-term alterations in functional health patterns as well as management of acute health status changes.  This course allows for development and implementation of a holistic approach to care for the well older adult through end of life care.  Health assessment, clinical and diagnostic reasoning, and pathophysiological and phamacotherapeutic principles will be incorporated to provide evidence-based care to this population. 

  • Credits: 3.0 /180 clinical hours
  • Prerequisites:

    NRS 808

NRS 816 PRACTICUM II

This course provides clinical experience in providing care for individuals across the life span with common acute and chronic health problems in an ambulatory care setting. Attention will be given to clinical role development and skills required in care delivery for primary care of individuals across the life span. Interviewing skills and a methodical comprehensive approach needed to formulate differential diagnoses are emphasized. Clinical expectations include the development and implementation of an evidence-based client management plan that addresses the client holistically with an emphasis on health promotion. 

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Prerequisites:

    NRS 806, NRS 812, NRS 822

NRS 814 ADULT GERONTOLOGY NURSING THEORY

This course provides advanced theoretical foundation to develop the knowledge and skills required in care delivery specifically for the older adult addressing acute and chronic health issues most commonly experienced by older adults. Primary, secondary, and tertiary levels of disease prevention and health promotion in the community, outpatient, and inpatient settings are examined.  

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Prerequisites:

    NRS 802

NRS 812 ADULT NURSING THEORY II

This course provides the theoretical foundation for clinical role development and skills required in primary care delivery adults with common acute and chronic health problems. Interviewing skills and a methodical comprehensive approach needed to formulate differential diagnoses are emphasized. This course encourages the development and implementation of an evidence-based client management plan based on advanced health and health promotion competencies.  This course promotes a holistic approach incorporating health assessment, clinical and diagnostic reasoning, and pathophysiological and phamacotherapeutic principles.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Prerequisites:

    NRS 802

NRS 810 AGNP PRACTICUM II

This course provides the foundation for clinical role development and skills required in care delivery for primary care of adults, particularly older adults with common acute and chronic health problems. Emphasis will be placed on addressing long-term alterations in functional health patterns as well as management of acute health status changes. This course allows for development and implementation of a holistic approach to care for the well older adult through end of life care. Health assessment, clinical and diagnostic reasoning, and pathophysiological and phamacotherapeutic principles will be incorporated to provide evidence-based care to this population.

  • Credits: 3.0 /180 clinical hours
  • Prerequisites:

    NRS 814

NRS 808 CNS PRACTICUM I

This course provides clinical experience in providing care for adults with common acute and chronic health problems in a variety of clinical settings.  Attention will be given to clinical role development and skills required in care delivery for adult individuals across the life span. Interviewing skills and a methodical comprehensive approach needed to formulate differential diagnoses are emphasized.  Clinical expectations include the development and implementation of an evidence-based client management plan that addresses the client holistically.  

  • Credits: 3.0 /180 clinical hours
  • Prerequisites:

    NRS 706, NRS 804

NRS 806 PRACTICUM I

This course provides clinical experience in providing care for individuals across the life span with common acute and chronic health problems in an ambulatory care setting. Attention will be given to clinical role development and skills required in care delivery for primary care of individuals across the life span. Interviewing skills and a methodical comprehensive approach needed to formulate differential diagnoses are emphasized. Clinical expectations include the development and implementation of an evidence-based client management plan that addresses the client holistically with an emphasis on health promotion.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Prerequisites:

    NRS 706, NRS 712, SCI 716, SCI 720, NRS 746, NRS 802

NRS 802 ADULT NURSING THEORY I

This course provides the theoretical foundation for clinical role development and skills required in primary care delivery for adults with common acute and chronic health problems. Interviewing skills and a methodical comprehensive approach needed to formulate differential diagnoses are emphasized. This course encourages the development and implementation of an evidence-based client management plan based on advanced health and health promotion competencies. This course promotes a holistic approach incorporating health assessment, clinical and diagnostic reasoning, and pathophysiological and phamacotherapeutic principles.

  • Credits: 3.0
  • Prerequisites:

    NRS 706, NRS 712, SCI 716, SCI 720, NRS 746

NRS 800 AGNP PRACTICUM I

This course provides clinical experience in providing care for adults with common acute and chronic health problems in an ambulatory care setting. Attention will be given to clinical role development and skills required in care delivery for primary care of adults. Interviewing skills and a methodical comprehensive approach needed to formulate differential diagnoses are emphasized. Clinical expectations include the development and implementation of an evidence-based client management plan that addresses the client holistically with an emphasis on health promotion.

  • Credits: 3.0 / 130 clinical hours
  • Prerequisites:

    Prerequisites/Corequisites:
    NRS 802