N 396Q N 396Q. Primary Health Care Concepts III. 3 Hours.
Offers the FNP student the theoretical and clinical content for management of complex health problems throughout the lifespan. Focus is on the integration and application of skills and knowledge gained in prior FNP coursework for pediatric, adult, and aging clients in primary health care settings. Use pattern recognition, critical thinking, analysis, diagnostic testing, differential diagnosis and medical management of complex health problems throughout the lifespan. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Offered on the letter-grade basis only. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in Nursing 295Q and 196R, 296R, 396R, 496R; or consent of instructor.