NURS 961 - DNP Residency II

This course is a rural residency course. Students will implement advanced practice skills in health assessment, health promotion, pharmacology, diagnosis and treatment in a rural setting. For the purpose of this course, a rural setting is defined as a rural community less than 5,000 people. The clinical setting of choice is determined by the interests of the student. Clinical experiences may be performed in acute care, family practice an area of specialty, community setting, long-term care or a hospital setting. Students will devise course goals with their instructor.

Credit hours: 1-3

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