(8)This internship course builds on knowledge from the first two internship courses. Students will develop advanced health assessment skills for the young client (infant, child, adolescent, and female client of childbearing age). Students continue to expand knowledge and develop skills for promoting the growth; development; and health of children, adolescents, and women of diverse backgrounds throughout the lifespan. Didactic and clinical learning will focus on procedures, skills, and diagnostic reasoning required when managing health or altered health/disease states for the client as family from birth through adolescence and for the female client. FNP students will deliver direct patient care with preceptor supervision in two or more clinical settings. Clinically students will continue to function in the professional role to manage health and disease states. FNP students. Year Two-Summer Semester.