Online Course Description

NURS 450 LN1: Community and Family Health Nursing

This course guides the learner in developing knowledge and skills in population-based nursing, emphasizing the concepts and theories of family and community health.. Professional nursing roles are used for planning, directing and coordinating health promotion and illness prevention activities for a family, group or community as client. The learner applies knowledge of evidence based practice, epidemiology, organizational communication, cultural competence and quality and cost effective measures to implement nursing care in a community setting. Integration of knowledge will be demonstrated through a service learning project.
This course is offered primarily online with campus sessions at the beginning, middle and end of the semester

Credits: 5
Prerequisites: All 300 level nursing courses
Instructor: Argentine
CRN: 14231
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