NUR 532 - Primary Care I
(3 cr.) Health promotion, prevention and the diagnosis of common and chronic problems encountered in primary care settings are considered. A holistic and family-centered approach to clients from adolescence to senescence is emphasized. Evidence-based, multidisciplinary management approaches to selected health problems also are discussed. Theory and research are integrated to develop nursing strategies for health promotion and restoration; case study approach is introduced. Intended for students in the master's level adult-gerontology and family nurse practitioner tracks. Prerequisite: BMS 518; NUR 533; Every Year, Spring

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