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Cleveland State University Course Info

Cleveland, Ohio

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NUR 802

FNP Focus I Clinical: Primary Care of Adult Clients

This practicum course offers opportunities for students to engage in specific components of advanced nursing practice during self-directed clinical experiences in collaboration with preceptors. Students will apply advanced knowledge of normal anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology and psychosocial concepts to advanced nursing care of adult clients and their families. HOUR REQUIREMENTS: 180 hours over an average of 12-15 weeks. NOTE: Students must be successful in

Units: 5.0

Corequisites:
NUR 801 - FNP Focus I: Primary Care of Adult Clients
Prerequisites:
NUR 800 - Essential Procedures for the Family Nurse Practitioner
and
NUR 715 - Clinical Genetics/Genomics for Advanced Practice Nurses
and
NUR 713 - Health Systems Leadership
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NUR 712 - Applying Information Technology to Support EBP
and
NUR 711 - Ethical Leadership in Professional Nursing Practice
and
NUR 710 - Theoretical Foundations of Practice and Nursing Education
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NUR 709 - Health Policy for Nursing and Other Healthcare Providers
and
NUR 708 - Connecting Theory and Research Knowledge for Advanced Nursing Practice
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NUR 707 - Improving Population Health
and
NUR 706 - Methods of Evidence-Based Practice for the Advanced Practice Nurse
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NUR 704 - Roles of the Advanced Practice Nurse
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NUR 703 - Advanced Health Assessment and Clinical Reasoning
and
NUR 702 - Advanced Pharmacology for Advanced Nursing Practice
and
NUR 701 - Physiology and Pathophysiology for Advanced Nursing Practice