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NURS 7565 Advanced Gerontologic Nursing Practice II (Spring: 6 )

Course Description

Concentrating on implementation, evaluation, and development of advanced nursing practice in gerontologic care based on theoretical knowledge and research. Clinical learning experiences focus on the integration of ethical, diagnostic, and therapeutic judgments in the health care of older adults across the continuum of care with particular emphasis on long-term care settings with the goal of promoting optimal levels of being and functioning. Analysis of selected health care delivery systems will emphasize the identification of variables that influence health. Theories and research from nursing and other disciplines are applied and integrated through seminars, clinical conferences, clinical practice, and course assignments.

Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: NU420, NU430, NU672.

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17