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NURS 460 Population Health: Local & Global 6.0 Credits

Using the framework of Social Determinants of Health (Healthy People 2020) this course explores the skills, research, and roles needed by a community/public health professional working as part of an interdisciplinary team including community/global -based partners and health officials to promote a healthier community. The student will apply skills in community assessment; program planning and evidence-based population health interventions in order to help identify populations within the community attain and maintain their optimum level of health. In this course, ‘community’ may be defined as either a local or global community of the student’s choice.

College/Department: College of Nursing Health Professions
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if major is NUOL or major is NURS.
Prerequisites: NURS 330 [Min Grade: C] and NURS 325 [Min Grade: C]

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