NR 700 Integrated Advanced Practice Nursing (4)
The focus of this course is primary, secondary, and tertiary levels of prevention in individuals across the lifespan within the context of family-centered care. Health promotion, health risks, and health crises of families are emphasized. The roles of the advanced practice nurse as diagnostician, educator, advocate, and collaborator are refined. Students engage in in-depth clinical experiences with families in a variety of health care settings. Students will complete 300 hours of clinical practice and submit a written project to satisfy course requirements. (Twenty hours clinical per week.) Prerequisites: All 500 and 600 level courses.