MN568: FNP I – Primary Care Across the Life Span
This course examines the range of illnesses and conditions experienced by clients across the life span and gender in primary care settings. Illustration of a consistent approach to the evaluation and management of these illnesses and conditions are emphasized. You will expand your diagnostic and clinical reasoning and differential diagnoses abilities through continued application of new and previously acquired knowledge and skills in caring for clients who present acute, episodic, and chronic illness and conditions. You will formulate evidence-based management plans that address client health beliefs, developmental and family lifecycle stages, health promotion, screening, and health maintenance behaviors. Collaborative relationships with the client, family, and intradisciplinary health care team are emphasized. Oral and written skills using advanced technology are emphasized.
Quarter Credit Hours: 5 | Prerequisite: MN566 MN568: FNP I – Primary Care Across the Life Span