This nursing practicum provides the opportunity to integrate knowledge and skill in developing advanced competency as a family nurse practitioner. Emphasis is placed on the diagnosis and management of chronic conditions of families in the context of the primary care setting and the community. The prevention, diagnosis and management of psychological and behavioral problems within the family will be explored. Student clinical experiences will be in a variety of settings with emphasis on interdisciplinary collaboration. Structured clinical laboratories and clinical projects will assist students to synthesize knowledge gained in core, specialty, and elective courses. Clinical hours - 200, Residential Lab component - 32 hours. Fee: Additional fee required.