Oct 03, 2022  
2022-2023 Academic Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Academic Catalog
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NURS 552 - Differential Diagnoses And Primary Care Of Young And Middle Adults Practicum


Credit(s): 2
This course provides the student with clinical experiences necessary for the management of complex high prevalence illnesses in young and middle adults managed in both acute and out-patient settings. Emphasis is on the application of theoretical principles, assessment skills, critical thinking, evidenced based practice guidelines, and comprehensive treatment programs for young and middle adults. Opportunities are provided to apply knowledge of advanced assessment, pathophysiology, and evidence-based practice; to provide primary, secondary, and tertiary health promotion; to diagnose acute and chronic clinical problems using indicated diagnostic tests; and to determine treatment and management plans for young and middle adults. Emerging skills in collaborative interdisciplinary practice are used to develop comprehensive health assessments and treatment plans in the delivery of patient-centered culturally congruent primary care.

Course Level: Graduate



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