According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), core competencies for Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioners include:Contributes to improved knowledge and care of the adult gerontology populationUses scientific knowledge and theoretical foundations to detect psychological, physiological, and sociological development and agingBe a leader facilitating the coordination and planning to deliver care to the adult gerontology populationPromotes safety and risk reductionContinually evaluates the quality of care delivery modelsIntegrates appropriate technologies into deliver healthcare in remote, face-to-face encountersAids in the development of health promotion programs within a health community or systemProvides wellness promotion and disease prevention services balancing the costs, risks and benefits to individualsThat’s just a sample! As an AGNP you will carry many different responsibilities as a crucial member of a healthcare team. Learn more about Herzing University's AGPCNP programsExplore Now Other Questions What are the educational requirements to be a psychiatry/mental health nurse? Can you work while in dental hygiene school? What are my alternatives to an accelerated nursing program? How much does an RN make in Georgia?