The Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner track prepares nurse practitioners with extensive clinical practice and role preparation for advanced practice in adult-gerontology primary care. Students work with physicians and nurse practitioner preceptors, and are given access to a wide variety of clinical agencies and practice settings.
Our core courses prepare you with the foundational knowledge required of all graduate students. These core courses can be taken on campus or online.
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At completion of this track, graduates will be able to:
- Integrate advanced knowledge and experience in delivering safe, effective quality care of clients in primary care.
- Demonstrate competence in managing the health/ illness status of clients in primary care.
- Manage and negotiate within the health care delivery system on behalf of clients in primary care.
- Monitor and ensure quality health care for clients in primary care.
- Incorporate an understanding of family systems and dynamics in planning and providing primary health care for clients.
- Demonstrate leadership and competence in implementing the role of the primary care nurse practitioner
- Engage in counseling, communication, collaboration and teaching in a manner that reflects caring, advocacy, ethics and professional standards.
- Conceptualize one's individual role as a primary care nurse practitioner and one's personal philosophy of primary care practice.