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NUR 490 - Community/Public Health Capstone/Clinical

This course examines the theoretical and practicum basis for community-oriented population nursing practice. Promoting and protecting the health of the public using health promotion, risk reduction, and disease management and control strategies with vulnerable persons and populations. Community assessment, epidemiologic, environmental, change, political action, and case-management frameworks are used to guide evidence-based nursing care delivery to persons, families, and populations in community settings. Clinical experience of no less than 48 hours is required.

Prerequisite: Admission to the BSN or BSN completion program for registered nurses. This course is to be taken the final semester of the degree program

Credit Hours: 4.00

Course Fees: $450.00

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