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NURS 5337

Primary Care of Adults and Women’s Health

Three semester hours.

This course focuses on the theoretical and clinical foundation of advanced practice management of health care problems common to adult individuals and women. Consistent with the emerging definitions of women’s health and women’s health practice, this course examines a full range of health issues unique to women including societal and political determinants of health, health promotion and patient education. Emphasis is on integration and application of theory, health promotion, disease prevention, diagnostic process and clinical decision making to adult and women’s health issues in the primary care setting. Prerequisites: NURS 5332, NURS 5333, NURS 5335, NURS 5336 and NURS 5334. Corequisite: NURS 5430.

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