NSG 606 Clinical Management of Family Health III, 2 credits

(90 hours; 84 preceptor hours, 6 hours post-conference)

Students will apply advanced physical examination and diagnostic reasoning knowledge and skills to children and adolescents in primary care. Comprehensive, integrated care of pediatric patients, their health promotion needs, evaluation of growth and development, family and cultural dynamics, physical and psychosocial status are covered. The APN direct care, teaching-coaching, and management of patient health/illness status role competencies will serve as a foundation for the comprehensive, integrated management of acute/episodic and chronic health problems of children and adolescents in primary care settings.

Pre-requisites: NSG 523, NSG 524, NSG 605