NURS-997 Clinical Practicum I-IV
Fall for 2017-2018
Spring for 2017-2018
Summer for 2018
Phase II is fifteen months in length over 4 semesters. Students build on principles learned in Phase I and apply them to clinical practice. Working from the less complex to the more complex, the student evaluates patients, plans and administers anesthesia care throughout the patient’s perioperative and post operative phases incorporating culturally relevant information throughout the care continuum. Conferences and seminars are included. Neophyte students are supervised with a 1:1 ratio progressing to a 2:1 ratio as they approach independence. The clinical phase is designed to satisfy the clinical requirements of the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs and to meet the eligibility requirements of admission to the certification examination.
Credits: 0
Prerequisites: None

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NURS-997-30 Scholarly Project
Summer for 2018
This course is the culmination of the student’s work in NURS529 and NURS903. The student, working in a team, implements a research project including data collection, analysis and interpretation. The student disseminates the findings in a poster and podium presentation.
Credits: 1
Prerequisites: NURS 604, NURS 855
NURS-997-40 Scholarly Project
Summer for 2018
This course is the culmination of the student’s work in NURS529 and NURS903. The student, working in a team, implements a research project including data collection, analysis and interpretation. The student disseminates the findings in a poster and podium presentation.
Credits: 1
Prerequisites: NURS 604, NURS 855
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