NURS 296

Introduction to Population Health Nursing

Nursing College of Nursing

Course Description

1.5-credit in-person didactic and 0.5-credit lab course focused on population health and wellness with emphasis on social determinants of health, health equity, mental health, and healthcare communication.

When Taught

Fall and Winter

Fixed

2

Fixed

1.5

Fixed

1.5

Other Prerequisites

Courses in Nursing Semester 1.

Note

1.5-credit in-person didactic and 0.5-credit lab course focused on population health and wellness with emphasis on social determinants of health, health equity, mental health, and healthcare communication.

Title

Health Equity

Learning Outcome

Advocate for health equity and healthcare solutions for individuals, communities, and populations utilizing effective communication.

Title

Interpersonal and Healthcare Team Communication

Learning Outcome

Demonstrate interpersonal and healthcare team communication skills to facilitate holistic care of diverse populations and examine social determinants of health.

Title

Health Equity

Learning Outcome

Describe the role of public and population health nurses in addressing social determinants of health and health equity.

Title

Health Equity

Learning Outcome

Evaluate public/population health resources to restore, maintain, and promote health and health equity.

Title

Workplace Violence and Risk Mitigation

Learning Outcome

Demonstrate assertive, compassionate communication in challenging healthcare circumstances, including delivering emotionally-charged information and addressing workplace violence/harassment.