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Prerequisites: NURS Grad Majors; open to graduate students in other disciplines with instructor consent. (RG4771)
Grading Basis: Graded
An historical, contemporary and futuristic exploration of the art and science of nursing praxis including patterns of knowing: empirical, ethical, aesthetic, existential and emancipatory. Theories and models derived from nursing and the social sciences are synthesized for their usefulness in advanced practice nursing care for individuals, families, and communities to promote health and manage a variety of problems such as health threats, acute and chronic illnesses, and transitions. Opportunities are provided for students to synthesize family health concepts for use in clinical practice, scholarship, and research.
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|Term||Class Number||Campus||Instruction Mode||Instructor||Section||Session||Schedule||Enrollment||Location||Grading Basis||Notes|
|1198 6407 1 001||Fall 2019||6407||Storrs||Online||Starkweather, Angela||001||Reg||12:00am‑12:00am
|1198 8565 1 002||Fall 2019||8565||Storrs||Online||Mayerson, Elizabeth||002||Reg||12:00am‑12:00pm
|1203 7613 1 001||Spring 2020||7613||Storrs||Online||Bourassa, Denise||001||Reg||0/17||No Room Required - Online||Graded||On Line course|