NURS 403

Global and Population Health Nursing.

Nursing College of Nursing

Course Description

3-credit, blended course with in-person small group activities taught winter semesters and focused on population-based nursing care knowledge from local to global health nursing contexts.

When Taught

Winter

Min

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

0

Other Prerequisites

Courses in Nursing Semester 3.

Title

Population Health Nursing Roles

Learning Outcome

Describe the varied roles and services of nursing practice in providing healthcare to diverse and global populations to promote healthy communities.

Title

Influencing Factors on Public Health

Learning Outcome

Describe and analyze how population health concepts impact healthcare delivery systems (US and globally) and government and legal implications of nursing practice on populations.

Title

Population Health Skills

Learning Outcome

Demonstrate and apply an understanding of social determinants of health, health equity, cultures and religions, and environmental factors when identifying issues/concerns with developing and evaluating an evidence-based planned approach to care for diverse families, individuals, and vulnerable populations.

Title

Application to Population Care

Learning Outcome

Identify and evaluate conceptual frameworks; population health assessments and applications; social determinants of health; epidemiological health concepts; infectious disease risks, prevention and control; and health education for diverse communities and/or populations across the life span.