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NURS 4340
Global Health
Three semester hours, theory only. (SP)

This capstone course brings together content from the entire nursing curriculum to examine global health problems and challenges within the context of current geo-political-social-cultural-economic- Environmental-international health realities. Looking at health and health care as a basic human right, students will explore basic health-related concepts and trends within a global context. Immigration, socioeconomic conditions, and environmental factors will be analyzed in relationship to health and health care delivery. Students will examine multinational corporate activities, the social and health consequences of armed conflict and rapid development, and the ways in which cultural and religious practices and beliefs may be detrimental to an individual’s health. This is a WIN course. To earn credit, this course must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.

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