NU 462 Primary Care of Adults and Older Adults Theory I (Fall: 3)

Prerequisites: NU415, NU417 (or concurrently)
First AG health course focusing on primary care of adult and older adults, exploring advanced practice in context of nursing knowledge and concepts from other disciplines. Includes integration of concepts in health promotion, prevention, identification of risk factors that potentially threaten health of adults. Variables include health status, age, development, gender, ethnicity, socio-economics and cultural characteristics associated with health behaviors across group settings are studied as they impact health and related behaviors. Emphasis on related concepts. Discussions integrate role of APN as leader in health care reform and articulation of nursing contributions to interdisciplinary adult and older health care outcomes.
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Last Updated: 10-JUN-13