NRSG 4605: Clinical for NRSG 4604
Off-campus instruction - 2 credits
- Seeks to facilitate the student's socialization to population-focused nursing and to plan care for the community as client.
- Emphasizes the application of knowledge when addressing core functions and essential services of public health, epidemiology, and economic concepts and models.
- Students engage in cultural and linguistic-appropriate health assessment, health promotion, and illness-prevention strategies in a variety of community settings.
- This may include acting as a community/public health nurse for ethical issues, health policy, coordination of care, interprofessional collaboration, liaison between agencies, and facilitation of healthcare research.
- Examines and evaluates types of community-based strategies used to serve underserved and vulnerable populations to ensure quality care for those living in both urban and suburban communities.
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