This laboratory experience focuses on the application of the skills taught in N615. Students will practice interview and physical exam techniques in simulated clinical settings. Demonstration of a complete physical exam is required for course completion.Prerequisite: Admitted MSN student or instructor's consent.
1 Graduate credit
Effective August 24, 2002 to present
- Demonstrate proficiency in recording a holistic health history and systematically performing a physical examination of adult and older adults.
- Differentiate between normal and abnormal physical assessment findings in the adult and older adult client.
- Perform risk factor analyses based on social, cultural, familial, occupational, and lifestyle history when assessing health promotion needs of the adult and older adult client.