N581: Advanced Practice Nursing I Preceptorship Experience

This first supervised preceptorship experience is aimed to provide students with an opportunity to synthesize and apply advanced practice nursing skills in assessment, diagnosis, and management of the care of adolescents, adults, and older adults with stable, chronic, and acute diseases in the primary care setting. Graduate students will function under the mentorship and guidance of course faculty and work in collaboration with preceptors. Graduate students build knowledge, competency, and skills within the APRN overarching competency areas: 1) scientific foundation, 2) leadership, 3) quality, 4) practice inquiry, 5) technology and information literacy, 6) policy, 7) health delivery system, 8) ethics, and 9) independent practice.
Credit hours: 3
Prerequisites: N502, N503, N515PE, N512, N521, N522PE; N580
Proctored exam: No

Textbook Information

American Sentinel recommends you do not purchase your course materials until thirty days prior to the term start date.
Bates’ guide to physical examination and history taking 13th
Bickley, L.
ISBN-13: 9781496398178
*Kindle Version Available
Primary care: The art and science of Advanced Practice nursing 5th
Dunphy, L. M., Winland-Brown, J. E., Porter, B.O. & Thomas, D.J.
F. A. Davis Co. 2019
ISBN-13: 9780803667181

Course Offerings

Term Registration
Begins - Ends
Course
Begins - Ends
Professor
2022 Sep 8 weeks 12/01/21 - 08/31/22 09/19/22 - 11/13/22 TBD
2022 Nov 8 weeks 02/01/22 - 10/31/22 11/21/22 - 01/15/23 TBD
2023 Jan 8 weeks 05/27/22 - 12/30/22 01/16/23 - 03/12/23 TBD
2023 Mar 8 weeks 06/07/23 - 02/28/23 03/20/23 - 05/14/23 TBD