smh596 | Graduate
Issues In Environmental Sustainability
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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The Changing Landscape of Health Care
- Analyze strategies for sustainable health care.
- Analyze how sustainability has changed, and is changing, health care.
The Impact of Technology on Sustainability
- Evaluate effective use of technology to enhance health care sustainability.
- Evaluate the impact of technology on sustainable health care organizations.
The Impact of Regulations on Sustainability
- Analyze regulations and agencies that influence sustainability standards for health care organizations.
- Evaluate how regulations impact sustainability in health care organizations.
The Impact of Societal and Community Interactions on Sustainability
- Analyze how sustainability programs and services are influenced by health care organizations.
- Critique the effect of sustainability on a health care organizationâs interaction with its community.
The Impact of Evidence-Based Knowledge on Sustainability
- Analyze successful evidence-based sustainability projects and processes within health care.
- Analyze the use of evidence-based decision making in health care.
The Future of Sustainable Health Care Organizations
- Predict the potential future benefits and challenges to sustainable health care organizations.
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