NSG 405 - Community Health Nursing
Introduces the core concepts of professional nursing essential to the role of the professional nurse when caring for aggregates of clients in the community. Course contents emphasize the relationships between the community nursing process and client centered care, clinical reasoning, and integrity of practice applied risk reduction, health prevention and promotion of individuals, families, and aggregates in diverse community settings. Adopted theories from epidemiology, sociology, nursing, and environmental management are related to the aggregate client centered care and quality improvement. Application of concepts and essential psychomotor skills are demonstrated in a clinical experience using advanced technology and working with clients in selected clinical agencies.
Credit Hours: 4 (2 Theory/2 Clinical)
Corequisite Courses: NSG 401
Prerequisite Courses: NSG 329 and NSG 330 and NSG 335
University Studies: Approaches and Perspectives/Living in Our Diverse Nation, Explorations Beyond the Classroom
Course Repeatability: Course may be repeated. Maximum Repeatable Hours: 5
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