nrp511 | Graduate
This graduate-level course is 8 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Cellular Biology and Patient Histories
- Utilize subjective and objective data collection techniques to develop a combination of working and potential differential diagnoses.
- Analyze current and emerging evidence-based prevention and treatment for various diseases and disorders.
- Explain emerging controversies, natural alternatives, and biopsychosocial issues that may affect the diagnosis and treatment plan for various diseases and disorders.
- Develop an age-appropriate evidence-based treatment plan.
- Conduct a patient visit through interviewing, gathering data, and performing an appropriate physical assessment with explanation.
- Compare and contrast components of assessment strategies across the lifespan.
- Associate preventative strategies with vital statistics of disease and patient variables.
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