Jul 22, 2024  
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NURS 3700U – Health and Healing: Healthy Communities Nursing Theory and Practicum


This course will present a comprehensive and critical analysis of community health nursing within a variety of settings and with a variety of patients (individual, family, group, community and society). This course will examine the process of community health nursing; including community assessments, planning, evaluation and strategies for promoting community health. The historical and philosophical basis of community health nursing praxis will be examined. Topics include primary health care, epidemiology, determinants of health, program planning and evaluation, social justice, and healthy public policy. Students will complete 192 hours (inclusive or course orientation) within a clinical practicum experience.Students will demonstrate nursing theory-guided and evidence-informed praxis relevant to this course.
Credit hours: 6
Lecture hours: 3
Other hours: 16
Prerequisite(s): (NURS 2420U  and NURS 2700U  and NURS 2701U  and NURS 2810U ) or  (NURS 2605U , NURS 2600U  and NURS 2820U ) or (NURS 2705U  and NURS 2820U )
Note(s): Students must pass both the theoretical (classroom) and practicum (clinical) components of the course to pass the course.



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