Statewide population-focused community health experience involving needs assessment, program development, case management, health promotion, disease prevention, and protection strategies, with opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration. Prerequisites: GRNU 304, GRNU 313, GRNU 317, GRNU 318, GRNU 319, GRNU 321, GRNU 329; Corequisites: GRNU 325, GRNU 327, GRNU 337.
Hendrika Maltby ()
Dates: July 15 - August 9, 2013; MEPN students only Clinic will be Mon and Thurs after class, as well as Tues, and Wed.; scheduling of clinical hours will depend on your project and preceptor
Population-focused community health experience involving needs assessment, program development, case management, health promotion, disease prevention, and protection strategies. Opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration to meet the needs of an identified population are provided across settings.
Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to: 1. Implement appropriate health-related assessments for communities-at-risk using standard tools, reports, databases and key informants. 2. Develop, implement, and evaluate interventions that address health promotion, disease prevention, and protections strategies with communities using evidence-based practice. 3. Apply the concepts of community partnerships and interdisciplinary collaboration to address health disparities in populations. 4. Apply the ANA Standards of Clinical Nursing Practice to community/public health nursing care.
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|GRNU 327 Z2||Graduate Nursing: Practicum: Children||to||Mon|
|GRNU 337 Z1||Graduate Nursing: Community/Public Hlth Nsg||to||Mon|
|GRNU 358 Z1||Graduate Nursing: Pract in Primary Care ofAdults||to||N/A||See Notes||1||60759|
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