Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Distance Education with On-Site Requirements
The Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Program prepares nurses as expert providers of health care to neonates and their families across health care settings. The primary focus of the program is to prepare the graduate to promote, maintain, supervise and restore health, identify health risks, and assess, diagnose, and manage acute and chronic illnesses. The ability to function as an educator, leader, consultant, advocate, and change agent is an essential to the development of clinical expertise in this role.
Graduate Program Outcomes
* Clinical Practice Portfolio - Applicants to a master's program with a non-nursing bachelor's degree are required to submit a clinical practice portfolio to be evaluated for baccalaureate-level nursing competencies once they have been admitted to a program. A non-refundable fee of $300 is required for the portfolio evaluation.If the portfolio does not meet academic standards, the student cannot be matriculated.
The Clinical Practice Portfolio is only required for those applicants with a non-nursing bachelor's degree who have been offered conditional acceptance.
Additional Requirements Upon Admission
Transcripts from foreign institutions must be evaluated for transfer equivalency credits by an accredited evaluation service, such as the World Education Services (WES) http://www.wes.org
Graduates from this program will be eligible for certification and registration as a nurse practioner by New York State Education Department and are also eligible for National Certification as a Neonatal NP
The Stony Brook University School of Nursing reserves the right to change admission and program criteria to meet prevailing accreditation, regulatory and registration requirements.
Process for Clinical Experiences
The Office of Clinical Placements facilitates the processing of clinical placement requests and contracts for all clinical affiliations within the baccalaureate, master’s, advanced certificate, and DNP programs. The office works collaboratively with faculty to secure clinical placement sites for students. Once a suitable site is identified, students submit a clinical placement request form for processing. The office maintains electronic data systems and records related to students, clinical placement sites, clinical affiliation agreements, clinical contracts and preceptors. Central to the clinical placement process for all programs is the establishment of a clinical affiliation agreement and clinical contract which is executed between SUNY and the clinical site. Upon final execution of a clinical affiliation agreement, SUNY procures and provides the site with a certificate of insurance or related protection evidencing the required insurance coverage. The provisions of a clinical affiliation agreement and clinical contract include the responsibilities and mutual terms that are agreed upon during the life of the agreement.
|HNH 503 Organizational Leadership and Role Transformation||3|
|HNH 504 Quality Improvement, Safety, and Health Care Technologies||3|
|HNH 505 Health Care Policy and Advocacy||2|
|HNG 541 Statistical Methods & Scholarly Inquiry||3|
|HNG 543 Applications in Clinical Nursing Research||3|
|HNG 542 Neonatal Pharmacology||3|
|HNG 513 Advanced Health Assessment of the Neonate and Infant||3|
|HNG 588 Clinical Pathobiology||3|
|HNG 522 Selected Topics in Neonatal Pathophysiology||2|
|HNG 569 Advanced Theory & Clinical Practice in Perinatal/Neonatal Health Nursing I: Child Bearing Family||3|
|HNG 564 Advanced Theory & Clinical Practice in Perinatal/Neonatal Health Nursing II: Primary Care Concepts for High Risk Infants||3|
|HNG 578 Advanced Theory & Clinical Practice in Perinatal/Neonatal Health Nursing III: High Risk Neonate I||7|
|HNG 579 Advanced Theory & Clinical Practice in Perinatal/Neonatal Health Nursing IV: High Risk Neonate II||7|
Students are prepared to sit for the following national certification exam:
Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
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