This undergraduate-level course is 7 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Community Intervention and Evaluation
- Describe the role of community evaluation in addressing the health care needs of communities and population aggregates.
- Determine opportunities for community health research.
- Determine evaluation methods and techniques in community health.
Public Policy Development
- Describe the role of the community nurse as a partner in public policy development.
- Describe the effect of community partnerships on the health of the community.
- Differentiate between community, community health, community as client, and partnerships for health.
- Determine community assessment evaluation methods and techniques.
Community Health Education
- Determine the health education needs of a community aggregate.
- Evaluate the health of a community aggregate.
- Apply Orem’s Self-Care Theory to community health nursing practice.
Community Partnerships and Coalitions for Health
- Identify the community resources at the local, state, national, and international levels.
- Describe the role of coalitions and community planning groups in community partnerships.
Health Care System Delivery
- Describe factors that affect the problem of violence in American communities.
- Examine health care delivery with vulnerable and high risk population aggregates.
Economics of Disease Prevention
- Compare and contrast the financial expenditures related to the three levels of prevention.
- Explain the effect of national health care reform, financing, and direct service delivery in the community health setting.
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