nur440 | undergraduate
Health Assessment And Promotion For Vulnerable Population
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Programs and Practices of Health Promotion
- Identify barriers to health care for vulnerable populations.
- Describe collaborationÂ among support personnelÂ to meet the needs of various populations.
- Discuss therapeutic communication techniques.
- Provide examples of population advocacy in health care.
- Identify available resources using data from organizations and systems.
- Identify client health expectations.
- Discuss the nurse's role in meeting the needs of various populations.
- Identify barriers to understanding vulnerable populations.
- Describe the characteristics of vulnerable populations.
- CompareÂ definitions, nursing theories, and models, as applied to vulnerableÂ populations.
- Recognize personal and cultural attitudes and behaviorsÂ toward vulnerable populations.
- Identify transcultural considerations in assessment.
- DescribeÂ demographics of a selected vulnerable population.
- Choose an appropriate assessment tool based on a given population.
Cultural Competence, Resilience, and Advocacy
- Describe strategies to ensure culturally competent programs.
- Identify desired outcomes of health promotion interventions.
- Describe goals of Healthy People 2020, as related to vulnerable populations.
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