NGR 7940L-Summer 2009


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA COLLEGE OF NURSING COURSE SYLLABUS SUMMER 2009 COURSE NUMBER NGR 7940L COURSE TITLE Residency in Advanced Nursing Practice CREDITS 6 (Credits may be split into two consecutive semesters of 3 credits each.) PLACEMENT DNP Program PREREQUISITE NGR 7003: Advanced Diagnostic Reasoning COURSE COORDINATOR Karen E. Miles, EdD, RN Associate Dean, Academic & Student Affairs, Coordinator, DNP Program [email protected] OFFICE HPNP G224A Gainesville PHONE (352) 273-6436 OFFICE HOURS By Appointment FACULTY Alice Poe, CNM, DSN, FACNM Associate Professor [email protected] 3100 LRC-HSC Jacksonville (904) 244-5174 Monday 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM DEPARTMENT CHAIR Susan Schaffer, PhD, ARNP, FNP-BC Clinical Associate Professor [email protected] HPNP 2229 Gainesville (352) 273-6394 Monday 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM JACKSONVILLE CAMPUS DIRECTOR Andrea Gregg, DSN, RN Associate Professor [email protected] 3 rd Floor LRC-HSC Jacksonville (904) 244-5172 By Appointment FINAL Copy – 12/16/2008 –
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COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is a concentrated residency experience in which the student is expected to implement the DNP role. Through this experience, the student will critically and accurately assess, plan, intervene and evaluate nursing experiences related to the care of individuals, aggregates, and nursing systems in specialized areas of advanced nursing practice. This residency is the capstone experience in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program of study. COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon completion of the residency, the student will be able to: 1. Evaluate scientific bases from extant and emerging areas of knowledge for advanced nursing practice. 2. Evaluate research findings to support best practices in advanced nursing and health systems. 3. Evaluate decision support systems to solve clinical problems for individuals, aggregates, and/or systems. 4. Develop advanced leadership skills to mobilize interdisciplinary teams to solve highly complex clinical problems. 5. Develop expertise to inform health policy and leadership in establishing clinical excellence and creating new models of health care delivery. 6.
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  • Summer '09
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  • Nursing, advanced nursing practice, College of Nursing Residency, Faculty Preceptor Clinical Preceptor Student Final, Faculty Preceptor Clinical Preceptor Student

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