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|NURS 420 - Community Health Nursing|
This course provides the opportunity for students to increase their understanding of the theories, roles and practices required for community health nursing in evolving primary health care systems in northern and rural settings. Emphasis is placed on a population-focused approach to nursing care, including the promotion of health and prevention of disease and disability. An extended clinical practicum emphasizes the nurse as a partner within the community. Students contribute to services and programs by integrating theory, evidence and practice. The NCBNP requires the 8-credit hour course. Post-Diploma BScN requires the 6-credit hour course.
Credits: 0.000 TO 8.000
Schedule Types: Lecture, Final Exam, Audio/Video, Practicum, World Wide Web