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NRS 726 Primary Health Care Adult- Gerontology II
3 hours; 3 credits
This course emphasizes health promotion, health promotion, and health restoration with the adult-gerontological population experiencing acute and chronic illnesses affecting certain systems such as hematological, neurological and endocrine. Differential diagnosis and treatment of common health problems and human responses using evidence-based modalities are emphasized. The partnership model of working with consumers is emphasized and quality, safety and cultural aspects of living with acute and chronic illnesses are explored. Research findings and relevant theories for advanced practice nursing with adult-gerontology populations, their families, and communities are addressed.
Pre or corequisite: NRS 730
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