NSG 511 Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology for Primary Care, 3 credits
Concepts of physiology and pathophysiology, essential to the diagnosis and management of health problems of individuals and families across the lifespan, are the focus of this course.
Emphasis is placed on genetic, cellular and biochemical pathophysiology. A body systems approach is used to explore the etiology, pathophysiology, prevalence, and clinical manifestations of commonly occurring disease states managed by clinicians in the primary care setting.
Graduate status or permission of the Director of Graduate Nursing Programs