Aug 09, 2022  
2021 - 2022 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2021 - 2022 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

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NURS 420 - Community Health Nursing

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This course focuses on synthesizing nursing knowledge and community health principles as they relate to population health. The concepts of community health nursing, epidemiology, levels of prevention, and health promotion / health education are emphasized. Students are given the opportunity to manage nursing care to vulnerable populations in a variety of community settings. (Full semester format for students admitted prior to fall, 2021 2 credits / 2 hrs./ week lecture, 0.5 credits / 1 hr./week seminar, 1.5 credits / 90 hrs./ term.)  (Modular semester format for students admitted fall, 2021 2.5 credits = 5.5 hours/week of lecture = 38.5 per week; 0.5 credits= 2 hours/week seminar; 1 credit clinical =8.5 hours/week = 60 hours per seven weeks) Special Fee applies (see “SPECIAL FEES” in the FINANCE section of this Bulletin). Prerequisite(s): Placement: Senior standing, NURS 317, NURS 318, NURS 319, NURS 320, NURS 326, NURS 365 (or NURS 327, NURS 328, NURS 331, and NURS 332) Corequisite(s): NURS 400 NURS 450 



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