Integrated Clinical Practicum
Six semester hours, one theory, fifteen clinical.
This capstone course builds on advanced knowledge and concepts from Wellness and Health Promotion and Management of Acute and Chronic Illness, parts 1 and 2, and the practica for each course. The emphasis is on continued study of assessment and clinical management of selected health problems. The clinical portion provides for the development of clinical competence as the student integrates previously acquired knowledge into the enactment of the multiple roles of the nurse practitioner, and allows for a greater degree of interdependent practice based on the student’s abilities and progress. The student works with one or more preceptors in multicultural urban and rural community settings. Prerequisites: NFNP 5608 and NFNP 5509.
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