NURS 6531 – Advanced Practice Care of Adults Across the Lifespan

In this course, students delve into the mastery of clinical decision-making skills for nurse practitioners specializing in adult populations. The focus is on diagnosing and managing primary healthcare needs and issues pertinent to adults and elderly adults. Through various course assignments, students explore physical and behavioral disease processes crucial for accurate diagnosis. They also learn to plan, implement, and assess therapeutic treatment programs for common acute illnesses encountered in primary healthcare settings.

The course instills confidence through clinical experiences in a primary healthcare setting, where students develop the ability to design, execute, and assess therapeutic regimens for adult patients facing both common acute and chronic illnesses. (Prerequisite(s): NURS 6501, NURS 6511, and NURS 6521.) Note: This course necessitates a minimum of 144 practicum hours.

NURS 6531 – Advanced Practice Care of Adults Across the Lifespan

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