NUR-441 Community Health Nursing

The promotion of health and prevention of illness is the focus of the Community Health Nursing course. Theories from public health, nursing, and social science, as well as knowledge gained from previous learning, set the foundation for students to examine and critically think about the health of selected populations in a community. Healthy People 2020 serves as a guide for the identification of at-risk groups throughout the lifespan.

Prerequisites for RN-BSN,RN-BSN/MSN students: Completion of all other nursing requirements but NUR-500-NG:Seminar in Clinical Competence; completion of all general education requirements; and evidence of current RN licensure. See W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing Student Handbook for prerequisite policy.

Study Methods:

Semester Hours: 7

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