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Health Sciences (HESC) Graduate Courses Listing - Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnosis II

Health Sciences 5616 Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnosis II
Students will learn to integrate conceptual frameworks integral to advance health assessment, clinical reasoning, and diagnosis in advanced nursing practice. They will also demonstrate substantive initiative, responsibility, and accountability in complex decision making for individual clients, groups, and/or communities within the nurse practitioner scope of practice.
Credit Weight: 0.5

Health Sciences 5615 and 5635; and pre- or co-requisite Health Sciences 5636

Cross-List(s): Nursing 5616
Offering: Seminar: 3 hours; Clinical Practice: 6 hours per week
Notes: Restricted to students in the Master of Public Health with Specialization in Nursing program with Nurse Practitioner Electives