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Terri Yost

Associate Professor
Unit: School of Nursing
Department: School of Nursing
Office location and address
202 Jeanette Lancaster Way
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
NR-Implementation of Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring for Hypertension Diagnosis in Primary Care - Fellowship on behalf of Collenn Bye
Source: Uniformed Services University of the Health Scienc
September 01, 2020 – August 31, 2021
NR-ENACT Program Ashley Apple
Source: B2L Consulting
August 01, 2020 – May 31, 2021
GNUR 5410: Theory and Evidence-Based Practice
Credits: 4
This course provides an overview of nursing and health care related theory, research and evidence based practice. Students develop the basic skills and knowledge to critique individual research studies, conduct systematic literature reviews, and use these abilities to address immediate clinical nursing problems. Students learn to identify health outcomes and important related outcome measures. Prerequisite: Second year standing in CNL program.
GNUR 6020: Advanced Pharmacology
Credits: 4
This course is designed to review, expand, and update the advanced practice nurse student's knowledge of general pharmacology and therapeutics. The action and interaction of the most commonly used drugs in advanced clinical nursing practice settings will be covered. Prerequisites: GNUR 6010, one year of relevant clinical experience, and admission to NP or CNS program.
GNUR 6025: Advanced Health Assessment
Credits: 3
Designed to provide the nurse practitioner student with advanced knowledge and health assessment skills in the primary care setting. Focus is on acquiring, analyzing, and refining assessment data as a basis for an accurate nursing and medical problem list. Variations and abnormalities in different developmental, cultural, and ethnic groups are considered. The lab portion of the course allows the student to practice advanced assessment skills. Prerequisites: GNUR 6010, one year of relevant clinical experience, and admission to NP or CNS program.
GNUR 6054: Research and Biostatistical Processes for Health Care
Credits: 4
This course provides an introduction to nursing and health care-related research and bio-statistical analysis. This course provides the basic skills and knowledge to critique research, develop a research plan, and to develop an evidence-based practice. Prerequisite: Undergraduate or graduate applied statistics course within the past five years.
GNUR 6643: FNP Practicum I
Credits: 5
This course provides opportunities for FNP students to synthesize and apply didactic content covered in all pre- and co-requisite courses. Students develop their history-taking and physical examination skills in the clinical setting. Role integration begins. Direct guidance and supervision is provided by NPs, physicians, and PAs at the clinical sites in collaboration with clinical faculty.  Prerequisite: GNUR 6070 and Co-/pre-requisite: GNUR 6641
GNUR 6644: FNP Practicum II
Credits: 5
This course provides clinical opportunities for FNP students to synthesize and apply didactic content covered in all pre- and co-requisite courses. Students refine their development of differential diagnoses and determine appropriate management plans as guided by current evidence and standards of care. Direct supervision is provided by NPs, physicians, and PAs in collaboration with clinical faculty.
GNUR 6653: PNP-PC Practicum I
Credits: 5
This course provides clinical opportunities for PNP-PC students to synthesize and apply didactic content covered in all pre- and co-requisite courses. Students develop their history-taking and physical examination skills in the clinical setting. Role integration begins. Direct guidance and supervision is provided by NPs, physicians, and PAs at the clinical sites in collaboration with clinical faculty. Prerequisite: GNUR 6620.
GNUR 6654: PNP-PC Practicum II
Credits: 5
This course provides clinical experiences for PNP students to synthesize and apply didactic content covered in all pre- and co-requisite courses. Role integration continues. Students refine their development of differential diagnoses & determine appropriate management plans as guided by current evidence & standards of care. Direct supervision is provided by NPs, physicians, & PAs in collaboration with clinical faculty. Prerequisite: GNUR 6653.
GNUR 8660: Evidence-Based Practice
Credits: 3
This doctoral-level course will introduce students to principles and processes of evidence-based practice. The course will review processes for identifying current best evidence, including formulation of a clinical question, systematic review of the literature, critical evaluation of relevant literature, and formulating a draft DNP project proposal based on the evidence.
GNUR 9600: DNP Practicum
Credits: 1–9
DNP practicum builds upon master's level advanced nursing competencies by supporting the DNP students' transition to expert doctoral nursing practice and students' achievement of AACN DNP Essentials and DNP-APRN Competencies. Students are expected to advance to a higher level of expertise and demonstrate leadership in practice and scholarship.
GNUR 9620: DNP Practicum II: Implementation of the Scholarly Practice Project
Credits: 1–4
This course is the second of three practica in which students will complete a minimum of 224 practice hours as they continue to build upon advanced nursing competencies to expand knowledge for expert nursing practice. Students are expected to enhance clinical reasoning, practice and/or systems management skills in their specialty practice area. In DNP Practicum II students implement the scholarly practice project.
GNUR 9630: DNP Practicum III: Evaluation and Dissemination of the Scholarly Pratice
Credits: 1
This course is the third of three practica in which students will complete a minimum of 56 practice hours as they continue to build upon advanced nursing competencies to expand knowledge for expert nursing practice. Students are expected to enhance clinical reasoning, practice and/or systems management skills in their specialty practice area. In DNP Practicum III, students evaluate and disseminate their scholarly practice project.