NUR 425 - Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner II

8 credits ( 4 didactic hours / 4 clinical hours )

  • Masters - Nurse Practitioner Program - Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner - 8.0 credits ( 4.0 didactic hours / 4.0 clinical hours )
336 clinical hours
Prerequisite:
Prerequisites: NUR 424

Description:

This course is the second in a two-course sequence for AGACNP students. It is designed to prepare students for advanced practice in the care of adults and older-adults with acute, critical, and complex illnesses. The course is a continuation of NUR 424: AGACNP I. Content addresses the multiple specialty areas encountered in acute, critical, and complex care, both in direct care and system support roles. Clinical experiences and a variety of teaching-learning methods are utilized to allow students to become increasingly independent in their own clinical practice with respect to critical thinking and problem solving. By end of the course, the student will have developed entry-level competency in advanced practice nursing of adults and older adults with acute, critical, and complex health care needs.

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