Students analyze the clinical application of theories and research from nursing, health promotion, and disease prevention. Family, human development, patient education and community theories that inform patient/family centered care are examined. Data grounded in epidemiological, sources, health histories, family assessments, physical examinations, diagnostic tests, and community assets are examined as the basis for case findings and identification of risk factors. Students begin to institute primordial, primary and secondary interventions tailored to diverse populations, demonstrate interdisciplinary communication skills, examine collaborative community partnerships, and analyze the dimensions of the advanced nursing professional leadership role in diverse communities.
Monday, January 9, 2023 to Monday, January 23, 2023