NSG 381 - Primary Ambulatory Care Nursing

3 credits ( 3 didactic credits )


This course provides a theoretical foundation of the Registered Nurse role in the Community. Based Primary care setting. The course is designed to teach the registered nurse (from a theoretical perspective) clinical, organizational, and professional activities to promote patient health and wellness across the health care continuum in primary care settings.  The student will learn effective communication skills for individual patient and group interactions as well how to build effective long-term relationships with patients and caregivers through in person and telehealth communication. The student will learn to use clinical judgement, critical reasoning, inter-professional collaboration, available health care and community services and resources to ensure culturally sensitive and appropriate care and treatment. The student will apply how concepts of population health, multidisciplinary teams, Patient Centered Medical Homes relate to primary care.


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