NP 661 - Adult Gerontology Acute Care Practicum I
This course serves as a companion course to NP 660 and consists of two components, a clinical practicum (200-240 hours with an approved preceptor) and an online seminar. The diagnostic reasoning skills needed for clinical decision making in the advanced practice role are emphasized, including refining skills in the performance of a comprehensive health status assessment, development of differential diagnoses, planning, health promotion and care management of adult patients. The course provides the AGACNP student with supervised clinical practice to apply the theoretical concepts from NP 660 in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of medically complex and/or acutely ill adult and geriatric patients.
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites: MSN Core, NU 601, NU 607, NU 608 and NP 600
Co-requisite: NP 660
Course Learning Objectives
See Nursing Handbook.
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