Advanced Primary Care Management of Vulnerable Populations (6 credits)
Prereq. MSN 624 and MSN 625 completed.
Current CPR certification and updated immunization records required.
Students examine and apply critical thinking and evidence based practice to care of middle aged and older adult populations in illness and health promotion and prevention assessments. They will have didactic and clinical practice to establish their advanced critical thinking to apply culturally sensitive care to perform examinations and formulate diagnosis and collaborative treatment plans to this middle-age and older adult population. This course emphasizes the diagnoses most seen in primary care with middle-age and older adults, and incorporates multiple assessment tools for a holistic assessment.
[This course includes a 200-hour practicum]Post Master's Family Nurse Certificate Program >