MSN 601 - Advanced Practice Nursing

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This course is the first of two courses (MSN 601 and MSN 665) that address the practice by APRNs. The course examines broad and important aspects of advanced practice nursing including the individual APRN entry points. Important components of advanced practice nursing are presented including care delivery; scholarly-based practice; the conduct of research, family, and community health assessments; and the teaching of clients, families, consumers, colleagues, and nursing students. Year One-Summer Semester.

This course information is from the Graduate Catalog 2017-2018. View this catalog.