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Master of Public Health (Specialization in Nursing with Nurse Practitioner Electives) (Course Option) (TB) - Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnosis I

Health Sciences 5615 Advanced Health Assessment and Diagnosis I
Students will differentiate concepts and frameworks essential to advanced health assessment, clinical reasoning, and diagnosis in advanced nursing practice. They will also apply clinical, theoretical, scientific knowledge in comprehensive and focused health assessment, including history taking, physical examination, diagnostic reasoning, and interpretation for the individual's diagnostic plan of care.
Credit Weight: 0.5

pre- or co-requisite Health Sciences 5635

Cross-List(s): Nursing 5615
Offering: Seminar: 3 hours per week; 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