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NUR 506 - Theoretical Foundations of Population Health

[3 credit(s)]
Prerequisites: Admission to the MSN program or permission of the instructor. The goal of this course is to review the theoretical foundations of the nursing profession and acquaint the graduate nursing student with the concept of population health. Population health, with the concomitant shift in focus from disease management to health promotion and prevention, is a perspective of health care leadership and an evolution from traditional nursing roles as experienced in the last half of the twentieth century. Students will be introduced to the competencies for population health and the scope of a population health practice.


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