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NURS 7553 Women's Health Advanced Practice Nursing II (Spring: 6 )


Course Description

This course builds on Women & Children's Health Advanced Practice Theory and Women's Health Advanced Practice Nursing I. It concentrates on the role of the nurse in advanced practice with women across the lifespan, focusing on the development and evaluation of management strategies to promote optimal functioning in women seeking obstetrical and gynecological care as well as the indirect role functions in advanced practice as Clinical Nurse Specialists/Nurse Practitioners. Theories and research from nursing and other disciplines are applied and integrated through seminars, clinical conferences, clinical experiences (20 hours/week), and course assignments.


Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: NURS 7420, NURS 7430, (NURS 7672 or NURS 6408) and NURS 7450

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Last Updated: 19-Feb-14