NSG 609 Clinical Management of Family Health IV, 2 credits
(90 clinical hours- 84 preceptor hours, 6 post-conference hours)
Students will apply advanced physical assessment and diagnostic reasoning knowledge and skills to the gynecologic and reproductive health care needs of women. Emphasis will be placed on the diagnosis and management of common health concerns of women throughout the lifecycle. The APN direct care, teaching-coaching, and management of patient health/illness status role competencies will serve as a foundation for assessment and management of the health of women.
Pre-requisites: NSG 523, NSG 524 Co-requisite: NSG 608