nsg450 | undergraduate
Epidemiology And Global Health
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Global Health Issues
- Identify risk factors for communicable diseases.
- Determine concepts necessary for managing disease in migrant populations.
- Explain the relationship between the environment, human health, and diseases.
- Analyze emerging global health issues that affect public health nursing.
Public Health Surveillance and Investigation
- Identify vulnerable populations.
- Recognize sources of data used in outbreak investigations.
- Explain the factors contributing to emerging infectious diseases.
- Identify steps in disease surveillance.
- Describe examples of evidence-based practice.
- Interpret the difference between epidemiology methods.
- Apply findings from epidemiology research into practice.
- Describe the use of statistics in epidemiology research.
Public Health Nursing Roles
- Recognize the roles of nurses in public health settings.
- Explain the importance of health education in disease prevention.
- Summarize emerging public health issues that affect public health nursing.
Introduction to Public and Global Health
- Determine culturally competent nursing interventions.
- Identify global health issues.
- Determine health promotion indicators for a specified community.
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