Second of three practicum experiences where students function in the role of the family nurse practitioner. Supported by preceptor supervision and faculty guidance, students use evidence-based guidelines and standards of care to gain competencies in the areas of advanced health assessment, differential diagnosis, health promotion and disease prevention, and management of various moderate complexity acute and chronic presentations across the lifespan. Emphasis is placed on the provision of patient-centered care, therapeutic relationships and interprofessional collaboration.

3.0Credits

Course Fee: $150.00 MSNFEE150

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