Population Health in the Community - Clinical

This clinical course advances the student's ability to complete holistic, population-focused assessments and implement interventions that mitigate health risks in vulnerable populations, communities and groups. Students prioritize interventions that enhance the health of their community and strengthen partnerships, both inside and outside the conventional healthcare system. Students combine social justice principles with holistic nursing practice in order to build interprofessional partnerships with community stakeholders through inclusive, interprofessional communication and judiciously distribute health resources locally, regionally and globally. Prerequisites: 512, 538, 539, 560 or 660. Must be taken concurrently with 526.