nur408cc | undergraduate
Epidemiology: Global And Public Health
This undergraduate-level course is 7 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Introduction and History of Public Health
- Discuss the differences between public health and community health.
- Describe the history of public health.
Public and Global Health
- Describe the role of public health care teams in emergency preparation.
- Identify local, state, and national resources in providing public health.
- Examine global health issues.
- Examine a community emergency and the role of first responders.
- Apply the principles of epidemiology to disease in vulnerable populations.
- Examine the roles of nurses in public health settings.
- Apply concepts necessary for managing disease in a vulnerable population.
- Define legislative processes as it relates to public health.
Trends and Issues in Public and Global Health
- Identify emerging public health trends and issues.
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