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Test 1 Content outline I.

Introduction to the Quality and Safety Education in Nursing (QSEN) competencies as they relate to electronic health information. II. Trends and Professional Issues in Advanced Infant, child, adolescent Nursing in Primary Care a. Health care policy b. Nurse practitioner role development c. Professional issues d. Health care delivery e. Reimbursement III. Strategies for Advanced Practice in Health Promotion, Disease Prevention and Treatment a. Accident prevention; Lead screening; safety, tattoo, body pierce b. Illness prevention c. Promotion of healthy families d. Immunizations, 2m, 4m, 6m, 12, 15 e. Genetics & dysmorphology f. Health maintenance for i. Newborn ii. Toddler/preschool iii. School age IV. Health Assessment of the infant, child, adolescent a. Data gathering b. Interviewing and counseling of the infant, child, adolescent client and family c. Health history d. Physical examination e. Examination techniques and variations in the infant, child, adolescent client f. Variations in vital signs in the infant, child, adolescent age groups g. Variations in laboratory values in the infant, child, adolescent age groups h. Screening test in the infant, child, adolescent age groups Vision DDST-R, ASQ DASE ELM i. Physical growth and development General parameters Growth charts Motor development Dental development Sexual development Psycho/social development Language development V. Anticipatory Guidance and Counseling for Families a. General counseling approaches in common concerns identified by families with infants and children Play Attachment Crying Infant stimulation Separation anxiety Thumb sucking Sleep Toilet training

Sibling rivalry Television Technology/Texting Exercise Sports Negativism Discipline/limit setting Lying/cheating Substance abuse Bullying/Cyberbully Nutritional counseling and nutritional assessment of the infant, child, and adolescent client Variation in nutritional requirements in infant, child, adolescent clients Caloric Protein Fats Vitamins and minerals Fiber Obesity Eating disorders Anorexia nervosa Bulimia VI. Head & Neck Disorders Hordeolum Chalazion Blepharitis Dacryostenosis Conjunctivitis Ocular trauma Common problems of the ear/ AOM, OE Hand, foot and mouth disease Thrush Dental caries Cleft palate/lip Streptococcal pharyngitis Recurrent tonsillitis VII. Respiratory Disorders Allergic rhinitis, influenza Common upper respiratory infections Epistaxis Sinusitis Epiglotitis (H. influenza) Croup Foreign body aspiration Lower respiratory tract infections Asthma Sudden infant death RSV VIII. Cardiovascular Disorders Innocent cardiac murmur Congenital heart disease Rheumatic fever Hypertension Kawasaki syndrome Hypercholesterolemia IX. Genitourinary Disorders and Gynecologic Disorders Cryptordicism

Hypospadias Hydrocele Testicular torsion Inguinal hernia Phimosis UTI Glomerulonephritis Enuresis HPV STD Menses X. Gastrointestinal Disorders Hirschsprung disease Colic Gastroenteritis; Rotovirus Pinworms Constipation Encopresis Acute abdomen Inflammatory bowel disease Pyloric stenosis Reflux Obesity