NURS 921 - Primary Care I

The first of two core speciality courses using a systems approach that emphasizes a multi dimensional and inter-professional approach to assessment, differential diagnosis and treatment formulation from the primary care needs of individuals and families across the lifespan. Common health conditions are explored in relation to health promotion, health maintenance, assessment, diagnosis, and management of common episodic, chronic, and complex conditions affecting health. Students will develop skills in critical thinking and the use of evidence-based practice guidelines in developing the rationale for diagnosing and managing primary care needs. In addition to cultural and spiritual diversity, students learn patient preferences in health care decision making with a focus on person centered care.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Admission to DNP program and graduate standing
Last updated: 05/23/2022