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NURS 429 - Community and Public Health Nursing Science I

The first course in the community and public health sequence synthesizes the concepts of nursing, human, and public health science and is integrated with the art of nursing. With an emphasis on the application of the nursing process with culturally diverse individuals and families within the community, the course provides for the exploration and utilization of all levels of prevention to foster the promotion, restoration, and maintenance of community health. Clinical experiences in a variety of community settings will provide an opportunity for students to investigate the physiological, psychological, developmental, sociocultural, spiritual, and ethical dimensions which affect the health of the community. Prerequisite: NURS 330 and 340 (basic students); NURS 310 and 320 (RN-BSN students) Concurrent: NURS 440 (basic students) Fees: Lab- $150

NURS 429 - Community and Public Health Nursing Science I - Details

Prerequisite
NURS 310, NURS 320, NURS 330, NURS 340
Credits
4
Offered:
Fall
Online:
Yes