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The University of Texas at ArlingtonCollege of NursingNURS 5333 - FNP1Spring 2020Instructor: Ka’Shiris W. Perryman, FNP-BCOffice Number:RemoteOffice Telephone Number:601-597-0989Email Address:[email protected] (preferred method of contact)Faculty Profile::Office Hours: Virtual office hours by appointment onlySection Information: NURS 5333Course Start Date: February 24, 2020Prerequisites:NURS 5418 or NURS 5220 and NURS 5120 and NURS 5130; NURS 5334 and NURS 5313 or Certificate Program Standing.Description of Course Content:Course Description This course focuses on advanced concepts and knowledge for nurse practitioner primary care management of designated acute, chronic and complex health problems of individuals and families across the lifespan. Particular emphasis will be on pediatric wellness, women's health, men's health, and geriatrics concepts and conditions.Description of Student Learning Outcomes:1. Evaluate theoretical and empirical knowledge of designated acute, chronic and complex health problems in primary care practice for individuals and families across the lifespan.2. Assess, diagnose and manage the health care needs of individuals across the lifespan with designated acute, chronic and complex problems. 3. Apply evidenced-based practice guidelines to the planning of comprehensive healthcare for individuals and families across the lifespan. NURS 5333 – 400/403 – FNP 1 – Spring 2020 Syllabus1 | P a g e
4. Plan health promotion, health protection, and disease prevention approaches in the care of individuals and families across the lifespan. 5. Plan health education, coaching, shared decision-making, and counseling strategies in the care of individuals and families across the lifespan. 6. Plan care that is sensitive to individuals and families across the lifespan in the domains of culture, spirituality, age, gender, and sexual orientation. 7. Identify collaborative roles of other health professionals in the care of individuals and families across the lifespan.Module #MasterEssentialModule ObjectiveActivity / AssessmentModule 1Intro to FamilyCareVII. Inter-professional Collaboration for ImprovingPatient and population outcomesVIII. Clinical Prevention and Population Health for Improving Health IX. Master’s-Level Nursing PracticeUpon completion of the assigned readings and lectures, the nurse practitioner student will:Effectively treat patients with common immunization, growth and development, and family dynamic issues seen in primary care across the lifespan: 1. Effectively assess patients through use of the following strategies:gathering patient information including patient growth and development and immunization history.performing the applicable physical exam given the patient's symptoms.