Graduate Certificate in Post Master’s Family Nurse Practitioner
Certificate Code - CG21
|Minimum 3.0 GPA|
|NSG 701||Advanced Pharmacotherapeutics||3|
|NSG 705||Advanced Lifespan Assessment: FNP Focus||3|
|NSG 706||Advanced Pathophysiology||3|
|NSG 712||Primary Care of Families 1||3|
|NSG 714||Primary Care of Families 2||3|
|NSG 720||Family Practicum 1||5|
|NSG 721||Family Practicum 2||5|
|Complete a minimum of 600 supervised clinical hours.|
Certificate Learning Outcomes
Post Master's Family Nurse Practitioner
Upon completion of the certificate, students should be able to:
- Conduct a comprehensive and systematic assessment of health and illness in complex situations, incorporating individualized and culturally sensitive approaches.
- Design, implement, and evaluate therapeutic interventions based on nursing and other sciences.
- Develop and sustain therapeutic relationships and partnerships with patients (individual, family, or population) and other professionals to facilitate optimal care and patient outcomes.
- Demonstrate advanced levels of clinical judgement and accountability in designing, delivering, and evaluating evidence-based care to improve patient outcomes.
- Guide, mentor, and support other nurses to achieve excellence in nursing practice.
- Educate and guide individuals and groups through complex health and situational transitions.