NURS 645 - Advanced Nursing Assessment and Intervention I
Credits: 5 (3 didactic; 2 clinical)
Advanced practice management of clients with acute and/ore chronic illness in a changing health care delivery system. Emphasis is on the synthesis of psychological, behavioral, social, and physiological theories in the therapeutic management of acute and/or chronic illness, including disease prevention and health promotion. Content is centered on the development of the role of the clinical nurse specialist in the dimensions of clinician,research, educator, consultant, collaborator, and manager. Clinical experiences utilize holistic, research-based nursing therapies to care for individuals, families, and aggregate populations within communities.
Prerequisite(s): NURS 618 (grade of B or better).
Term(s) Offered: Fall
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