FNP I: Wellness and Health Promotion
Four semester hours, two theory, six clinical.
This course is designed to develop theoretical and clinical competencies of the FNP in health promotion of individuals and families in diverse populations in a variety of settings. The focus of the course is on concepts and skills of health promotion, disease prevention, and health maintenance. The emphasis is on: 1) developing advanced practice skills in comprehensive assessment and management strategies that reflect current nursing and medical knowledge to improve patient/client outcomes; and 2) evidence-based research and theory in the promotion of health and prevention of disease across the life span, in the context of healthy communities. Prerequisites: NURS 5303, NURS 5305, NURS 5406.
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