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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Master of Science in Nursing | Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Curriculum Overview
    Project I 2 N5512 Clinical Project II 3 OR N6105 W Evaluation and Application of Research in Advanced Nursing Practice 3 Advanced Practice Core N5529 Pharmacology for Advanced Practice Nursing 3 N6151 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 N6152 Physical Exam and Differential Diagnosis 3 N6156 W Advanced Practice Role and Health Policy 1 N6157 W Health Promotion and Education 1 N6158 W Legal and Ethical Foundations for Advanced Practice 1 N6159 W Health Care Systems and Practice Management 1 Clinical Focus N6551 Diagnostic Tests and Procedures 1 N6525 Pediatric Nurse Practitioner I 2 N6525 B Pediatric Nurse Practitioner I Clinical 2 N6526 Pediatric Nurse Practitioner II 2 N6526 B Pediatric Nurse Practitioner II Clinical 2 N6527 Pediatric Nurse Practitioner III 2 N6527 B Pediatric Nurse Practitioner III Clinical 2 Role Seminar Preceptorship N6748 Advanced Clinical Practice Nurse Practitioner Role Preceptorship Pediatrics 9 Total 46 48 Blended Course course has a mix of online and traditional face to face activities Online and face to face courses available Online course Each student will be assigned an academic advisor at the time of admission to the program The student and the academic advisor will complete a degree plan to specify which courses are to be taken to complete the degree requirements Degree plan policy and procedures may be found in MSN Program Policy G5320 pdf Note 1 semester hour of credit is earned for 3 clock hours per week of clinical experience 1 clock hour per week of lecture or 2 clock hours per week of seminar Consult individual course descriptions in the catalog for details on clinical lecture and seminar hours and prerequisite or corequisite requirements For additional details on preceptorships review the Preceptor Guidelines pdf which provide an outline of preceptor and clinical site selection criteria and the roles and responsibilities of the

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Doctor of Nursing Practice | Curriculum Overview
    N6841 A Advanced Management of Complex Health Conditions II 2 N6841 B Preceptorship in Advanced Management of Complex Health Conditions II 2 N6856 Clinical Scholarship Portfolio Development II 1 N6845 Practice Management 2 N6847 Organization and Systems Leadership 3 Fellowship Courses N6860 A DNP Advanced Seminar I 2 N6860 B DNP Fellowship I 2 N6866 Clinical Scholarship Portfolio Development III 1 N6870 A DNP Advanced Seminar II 2 N6870 B DNP Fellowship II 2 N6876 Clinical Scholarship Portfolio Development IV 1 Total 46 Consult the catalog for course descriptions details about preceptorship and fellowship experiences methods of teaching and prerequisites Each DNP student is assigned an advisor faculty mentor at the time of enrollment in the DNP program The advisor is selected based on clinical expertise and interest congruent with the student s area of interest The advisor and DNP student complete a degree plan and outline the individualized preceptorship and fellowship experiences based on the student s interest and professional goals The advisor also supervises the development of the Clinical Scholarship Portfolio CSP the dissertation equivalent for the DNP program Clinical Scholarship Portfolio The Clinical Scholarship Portfolio CSP is a collection of required components that demonstrates a student s scholarship as a clinical scholar practicing at the highest level of advanced practice it provides evidence of competency in all domains of DNP practice The CSP includes a major Practice Inquiry Project comprehensive cases studies and other examples of scholarly work related to the competencies outlined in the DNP Essentials The CSP policy is found in DNP Program Policy D8060 pdf The University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston reserve the right to withdraw courses at any time to change fees or tuition calendar curriculum degree requirements graduation procedures

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Post-Master's | Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Curriculum Overview
    N5529 Pharmacology for Advanced Practice Nursing 3 N6151 Advanced Pathophysiology 3 N6152 Physical Exam and Differential Diagnosis 3 N6156 W Advanced Practice Role and Health Policy 1 N6157 W Health Promotion and Education 1 N6158 W Legal and Ethical Foundations for Advanced Practice 1 N6159 W Health Care Systems and Practice Management 1 Clinical Focus N6551 Diagnostic Tests and Procedures 1 N6525 Pediatric Nurse Practitioner I 2 N6525 B Pediatric Nurse Practitioner I Clinical 2 N6526 Pediatric Nurse Practitioner II 2 N6526 B Pediatric Nurse Practitioner II Clinical 2 N6527 Pediatric Nurse Practitioner III 2 N6527 B Pediatric Nurse Practitioner III Clinical 2 Role Seminar Preceptorship N6748 Advanced Clinical Practice Nurse Practitioner Role Preceptorship Pediatrics 5 Total 31 Blended Course course has a mix of online and traditional face to face activities Online course Each student will be assigned an academic advisor at the time of admission to the program The student and the academic advisor will complete a degree plan to specify which courses are to be taken to complete the degree requirements Note 1 semester hour of credit is earned for 3 clock hours per week of clinical experience 1 clock hour per week of lecture or 2 clock hours per week of seminar Consult individual course descriptions in the catalog for details on clinical lecture and seminar hours and prerequisite or corequisite requirements For additional details on preceptorships review the Preceptor Guidelines pdf which provide an outline of preceptor and clinical site selection criteria and the roles and responsibilities of the student preceptor faculty and clinical site in the precepted clinical experience The University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston reserve the right to withdraw courses at any time to change fees or tuition calendar curriculum

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  • The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Nursing
    the way they feel mentally as well as physically Marcus Set to Retire after Three Notable Decades on School s Faculty Dr Marianne T Marcus pictured at right the John P McGovern Distinguished Professor of Addiction Nursing plans to retire from the UTHealth School of Nursing this coming December after 32 years of distinguished service Currently the assistant dean and chair of the Department Nursing Systems she is a member of The University of Texas Academy of Health Science Education and among many other honors has earned the Regents Outstanding Teaching Award We wish her the very best in her upcoming retirement said Dean Patricia L Starck Students Vote Schumann and Hanks McGovern Outstanding Teachers Drs Renae R Schumann and Robert G Hanks are the School of Nursing s 2013 John P McGovern Outstanding Teacher award winners selected by graduating nursing students and announced as honorees at the May 10 commencement ceremony Schumann was named undergraduate teacher of the year while Hanks pictured at right was chosen as the year s outstanding teacher of graduate students Good News Week Brings Funding for Three Research Projects Dr Nancy Bergstrom associate dean for research interim is celebrating a good news week after receiving notice that three UTHealth School of Nursing research projects will be funded Among these is a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant of 217 807 for a project on which Dr Deanna E Grimes pictured at right is the principal investigator 1 2 3 4 Campus News Nursing School Staffers Get UTHealthy Together Share Tips Students Vote Schumann and Hanks McGovern Outstanding Teachers Cody Unser Shares Stand on the Gas Outlook with PARTNERS Nursing Students Practice Presentation Skills at 2013 Research Day BSN Students Help Healthy Living at Community Family Centers All School News Faculty News Wang Publishes on Diabetes

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  • The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Nursing
    educations and learning experiences available anywhere Undergraduate Programs Undergraduate education prepares entry level generalists to provide safe high quality care to diverse client populations in a variety of settings The UT School of Nursing at Houston offers four programs that lead to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing BSN degree Graduate Programs Education at the master s level prepares graduates to assume leadership roles in nursing practice administration and education DNP Program The Doctor of Nursing Practice DNP program prepares advanced practice nurses and nurse managers directors to be clinical scholars and nurse executives and leaders in nursing practice and health care delivery PhD Program The mission of the Doctor of Philosophy PhD in Nursing at the University of Texas Health Science Center Houston is to prepare nurse scientists to be leaders in the nursing profession healthcare systems education research and policy arenas Essential Skills for Nursing Nurses must be able to demonstrate cognitive skills in critical thinking and logical analytical thinking Nurses must also have psychomotor skills including fine motor dexterity physical strength coordination and proper body mechanics Observational skills are also required such as the ability to hear within the normal decibel range the ability to read English

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Search Results
    Faculty and Staff Resources Search Search Box Future Students Current Students Our Pacesetters Research Contact Us Search Results University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston 6901 Bertner Houston TX 77030 Site Policies State of Texas Emergency Information Web File

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Commencement Ceremony Information
    organization HONOR CORDS Undergraduate Students Only Honor cords for all undergraduate students will be provided by the School of Nursing They will be given to all eligible students prior to the student of the commencement ceremony Due to several complaints from older family and friends please no air horns or extra loud noisemakers during the ceremony The George R Brown has requested no helium balloons Driving directions can be found on the Driving Directions page Parking information can be found on the Parking Information page Graduation Rehearsal TBA Regalia Cap Gown and Hood All students are required to wear regalia cap gown etc to the ceremony Undergraduates wear a black cap and gown Master Post masters and doctoral students are to wear cap gown hoods Students may order regalia through the Everything Graduation website at www everythinggraduation com uthsc The last date to order regalia without late fees is Saturday March 2 2013 Late fees will be accessed as follows 25 March 3rd through March 17 th 50 After March 17 th No orders will be taken after April 6 2013 DNP and PhDs will carry their hoods You will be hooded during the ceremony MSNs and Post Masters will wear their hoods Wear your tassel on the right Undergraduate students graduating with honors will be given gold honor cords at the ceremony STT students may wish to wear their STT cords Contact Peggy Rose at 713 500 2169 for more information SIC Student Intercouncil members may wear their white sashes Contact the SIC office for more information Invitations Announcements Students may order invitations and for announcements thru Everything Graduation see website information above Late fees shown above also apply to invitation announce orders Photography Interstate Candid Photography will take photos of all graduates crossing the stage Although every possible

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  • University of Texas School of Nursing at Houston | Commencement Ceremony Driving Directions
    59 South Coming from Kingwood Humble Bush Intercontinental Airport Take US 59 South exit Downtown Destinations Jackson Street left on Franklin Street right on Hamilton Street right on Capitol Street left on Avenida de las Americas US 59 North Coming from the Galleria Missouri City First Colony Sugar Land Take US 59 North exit Downtown Destinations Polk Street left on Polk Street right on Avenida de las Americas I 10 West Coming from Baytown Channelview New Orleans Take I 10 West to US 59 South exit 770A exit Downtown Destinations Hamilton Street right on Capitol Street left on Avenida de las Americas I 10 East Coming from Katy San Antonio Take I 10 East to 59 South exit 770A exit Downtown Destinations Hamilton Street right on Capitol Street left on Avenida de las Americas SH 288 North Coming from Pearland South Loop Reliant Park Take SH 288 North to US 59 North exit Downtown Destinations Polk Street left on Polk Street right on Avenida de las Americas SH 290 East Coming from Austin Copperfield Take SH 290 East to Loop 610 South to I 10 East to US 59 South exit 770A exit Downtown Destinations Hamilton Street right on Capitol

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