The annual well-woman clinic visit is a planned appointment with a trained registered nurse designed to help the woman manage her overall health. In these educational modules, you will learn to discuss preventative care and counsel on ways your client can improve their health. Additionally, you will learn how to perform preventative services, screen for potential chronic health-related conditions, and give your client the opportunity to discuss their overall health. Your training to be able to complete a yearly well-woman exam helps your clinic by decreasing the burden on primary care providers to complete these exams. RNs working within the interprofessional team enhance access to screening and care, provide cost-effective care and ultimately improve the satisfaction of both providers and our clients as well as bring in extra revenue to the clinics. Protocols approved by the interprofessional team help outline the scope of care and the process of care for the RN. These modules have been created by fellow RNs with years of experience completing well-woman exams, Kellie Morrow and Leslie DiVall.
CLICK HERE TO ENROLL IN THE NURSE-LED WOMEN'S WELL VISIT MODULES VIA THE COLLEGE OF NURSING CATALOG