practice which emphasizes a multimodal analgesic approach. Various lectures by pain management experts, scholarly internet sources, websites of pain management societies, scholarly publications, classic and recent pain management research, as well as the core curriculum for the Advanced Pain Management Certification will be utilized. A 30-hour practical clinical experience in a pain management clinic, with a self-selected approved preceptor, allows the student to assess, evaluate, and apply the knowledge gained in this course. In total the student completes 180 hours during this practicum course. This practicum is divided into three sections, corresponding with the didactic courses in the Education Track (NRSG 621, NRSG 622, and NRSG 624) or Leadership/Management Track (NRSG 631, NRSG 646, and NRSG 647), which are taken congruently with this course. Each section of this course is 1 credit hour, for a total of 3 credit hours.
Family Nurse Practitioner Courses
primary care. Taken congruently with the third section of NRSG 665. Pre-requisite: NRSG 668 with 240 practicum hours completed.