Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
Primary Care Nurse Practitioner is an advanced certificate program designed to meet the learning needs of registered nurses working in primary health care settings throughout Saskatchewan. You may complete the program part-time while maintaining your family and employment responsibilities. You will develop enhanced skills in health assessment, diagnosis, planning, intervention and evaluation of individuals, families and communities within the framework of primary health care. Community development, health promotion and collaboration with multi-disciplinary health care providers are essential components of the program. Graduates will be expert clinicians, leaders and role models in a wide range of primary health care settings.
Health Assessment (NURS 225) or equivalent within the last year is required prior to acceptance to the program. Each course is 13 weeks in length and offered via the internet and completed at home. Theory and clinical are offered as co-requisites. You must complete all courses within a five-year period. For complete program information, check the program page.
Prerequisites: Eligible for licensure with the registered nurses' or registered psychiatric licensing body in your jurisdiction.
Prerequisites: Admission requirement: Eligible for licensure with registered nurses’ or registered psychiatric licensing body in your jurisdiction.
|CRN: 201403-147||January 5, 2015 - April 3, 2015|
Registration Deadline: December 12, 2014