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NURS 248 - Population Health

3 CR

Previously NURS 252
This course describes the nurse’s professional responsibility to use a lens of social determinants of health and population health to meet the diverse needs of individuals and families in the context of their environments. The course identifies population health risks, and considers coordination of and access to services to navigate challenges to promote human flourishing.

Prerequisite(s): NURS 124 with a grade of C or better, and NURS 125 with credit.

Course Outcomes
  • Interpret social determinates of health and gaps in resources to advocate for human flourishing. 
  • Serve and organize care for individuals and families in the context of their environment 
  • Implement population-level interventions to promote human flourishing. 

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