Community Health Nursing
Five semester hours, three theory, two clinical.
Community Health Nursing emphasizes the development of knowledge and skills integral to working with populations and communities. Epidemiological principles will provide the framework for conducting community assessments. Student will work in mutuality with community groups to assess their health needs. In partnership with the populations and communities, students will examine the entire range of health needs and resources (folk and traditional) available within these populations and communities, identify strengths and weaknesses of those resources, and plan to address the community’s felt needs. Prerequisites: Successful completion of NURS 3305, NURS 3526 and NURS 3558.
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