NGR 7911C, NGR 7912C, and NGR 7913C
Doctor of Nursing Practice Project I, II, & III
Students enrolled in the last remaining semesters of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program complete an original scholarly-based clinical project while completing a clinical immersion in AGACNP clinical practice designed to improve clinical outcomes of patients. WWW
Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner I
This course introduces Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and advanced practice Professional Graduate Certificate students in the AGACNP program to the foundational concepts in acute and critical care patient management. The course provides the foundation to provide advanced practice nursing care to critically ill individuals in acute care settings. Content includes Introduction to the AGACNP Role, Management of the Airway and Mechanical Ventilation, Cardiovascular & Hemodynamic Monitoring, Management of Invasive Lines, Management of Pleural Effusion, and Evaluation of Neurologic and Hematologic Diagnostics.
Provides a general overview of the pharmacologic agents unique to the care of the critically ill and medically-complex unstable adult-gerontology client. Augments the foundation of evidence-based pharmacology knowledge of graduate nursing students and applies this knowledge to the care of the acute and critically ill adult-gerontology client. Topics include management of fluids, electrolytes, and minerals; diuretics and anti-hypertensives; sedatives, muscle relaxants, anti-epileptics, and neuropharmacological/ psychiatric agents; neuromuscular blocking agents; anti-infectives; analgesics, acute, and chronic pain management; pulmonary medications; hormonal regimens and therapies; enteral and parenteral nutrition; antacids, prokinetics, proton pump inhibitors, antiemetics, and H2 modulators, vasoactive therapies; anticoagulants and thrombolytics; and hematologic agents. WWW