NSG7005: Clinical Prevention and Population Health

Area of Study
Credits 4.0
This course provides students with conceptual frameworks for advanced public health nursing practice, as well as exploring the contributions of population science to the health of the public. Analysis of population-focused nursing research and public health nursing management strategies is explicitly incorporated. Nursing models, theories, and evidence for critiquing and designing population-focused interventions form the basis for this course. Students apply principles, theory, and research about epidemiology/public health/public health nursing interventions in resolution of population-focused health issues. Collaborating with community-based partners to achieve public health objectives is expected. A grade of B or better is necessary to successfully complete this course.


Admission to the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program