Course Detail

NURS 636P Primary Health Care II 3.00 credits
Continues learning initiated in previous courses for MSN students enrolled in the FNP option. Emphasis continues on the role of the FNP in the care of individuals with select common and acute health problems in the primary care setting. The importance of performing comprehensive advanced-level health assessments, use of diagnostic reasoning, and the selection of appropriate diagnostic tests and pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic therapies is stressed. A focus on health promotions, family health, and practice management continues from the previous semester.
Prerequisite: NURS 605P Minimum Grade: C and NURS 635P Minimum Grade: C
Concurrent: NURS 606P