The second course in primary care of the family focuses on the theoretical and clinical basis for the advanced nursing management of health care problems common to families and family members of all ages. Emphasis is placed on the diagnosis and management of acute episodic conditions of families in the context of the primary/acute care setting and the community. The student’s collaborative role with other health care providers is promoted. Clinical experiences include a variety of primary and acute care settings under the supervision of preceptors. Structured clinical laboratories and clinical projects will assist students to synthesize knowledge gained. Clinical hours - 150, Residential Lab component - 32 hours. Fee: Additional fee required.