N 389P N 389P. Diagnosis and Management of Adult-Gerontology Health Problems. 3 Hours.
This seminar course offers theoretical and clinical content for advanced nursing students to provide medical management of health problems for adult-gerontological patients. Students will learn pattern recognition, critical thinking, analysis, diagnostic testing, differential medical diagnosis, and medical management of common adult-gerontological health problems using an interprofessional team approach. This seminar is appropriate as a support course for other interprofessional graduate students. Three seminar hours a week for a semester. Nursing 489H and 389P may not both be counted. Offered on the letter-grade basis only. Prerequisite: Graduate standing; Nursing 589E and credit or registration for 489N, or consent of instructor.