Marilynn L. Albert
Examines clinical application of theories of chronic illness management across the age span. Emphasizes evidence based approach to assessment, differential diagnosis, skill development, and management considering cultural, socio-economic, and diversity factors. Focuses on chronic care model, coordination of care, poly drug therapy, and technology support for clinical decisions. Includes clinical practicum. Credit/no-credit only. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
Clinical seminar for 2nd year FNP/DNP students with discussion of interesting cases students have encountered in their clinical rotations and common, complex medical problems and the lab/imaging commonly associated with them.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Individual clinical rotations, selected readings, audiotapes regarding laboratory diagnosis and group discussion.
Students must be actively enrolled in the FNP/DNP program in the School of Nursing, in their 5th quarter of the pathway and progressing well in their clinical rotations.
Class assignments and grading
Grades are credit/no credit based on class participation and attendence