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Prerequisites: Co-requisite: NURS 5420; Prerequisite within 6 months: NURS 5410 and 5439 (RG 5375)
Grading Basis: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
Clinical practicum and seminar course that focuses on synthesizing critical thinking and psychomotor skills necessary to achieve advanced practice nursing core competencies and domains in the primary care clinical setting. Synthesizes content and clinical experiences from all previous primary care didactic and practicum courses with an emphasis on considering context while providing health promotion and maintenance, and assessment, diagnosis and management of more complex and co-morbid health problems among populations, including individuals, families, and communities, specific to the family nurse practitioner. Credits include seminar and 16 hours of clinical per week (240hr/semester). Taken by all students in the family nurse practitioner track. A grade of B (83%) or higher in this course is required to progress to the next level.
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|Term||Class Number||Campus||Instruction Mode||Instructor||Section||Session||Schedule||Enrollment||Location||Grading Basis||Notes|
|1203 7893 1 001P||Spring 2020||7893||Storrs||In Person||Jakubisin Konicki, Annette||001P||Reg||We 1:00pm‑2:50pm
||0/7||STRS 215||Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory||For FNP students|
|1203 9019 1 002P||Spring 2020||9019||Storrs||In Person||Rodriguez, Christine
Jakubisin Konicki, Annette
||0/7||STRS 114||Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory||For FNP students|