|(4 cr.) A mentored practicum experience and a clinical
seminar are included in this course. Health
promotion and assessment of health problems of
individuals within family systems are emphasized.
Students refine primary care skills including
appropriate documentation, differential
diagnosis, case presentation, and technology
utilization with attention to cost-effective and
evidence-based approaches to care. Intended for
Family Nurse Practitioner students.
Prerequisite: NU 570, NU 571; NU 628, NU 626; Every Year, Fall|