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Population-focused Health Care

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Theories, principles, and strategies of population-based health care are used to design, implement, and evaluate services and plans of care to promote, maintain, and restore health in a defined population. Students focus on population aggregates in structured or unstructured settings across care environments. Strategies to evaluate health outcomes and costs of care are emphasized.

This graduate-level course is 6 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6

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    Application of Population-Focused Theories and Models

    • Compare and contrast various population-focused models and theories.
    • Synthesize a model or theory of health promotion into the practice of population-focused health nursing.

    Population-Focused Assessment and Diagnosis

    • Analyze the different steps in the needs-assessment process in population-focused health.
    • Critically analyze various sources of data to determine the community’s health status.
    • Identify community resources.
    • Explain the importance of working with the community to establish priority health needs.

    Legislation, Policy, and Funding in Population-Focused Health

    • Analyze the impact of legislation and policies on population-focused health.
    • Evaluate the impact of funding for population-focused health.

    Planning a Population-Focused Health Program

    • Formulate measurable outcome goals and objectives.
    • Evaluate organizations within a community for partnership opportunities.
    • Determine an appropriate intervention(s) to improve the community’s health status.

    Program Implementation and Evaluation

    • Describe the actualization of a population-focused health program in a specific community.
    • Analyze methods of program evaluation.

    Advanced Population-Based Health Concepts

    • Evaluate major concepts of population-based health.
    • Analyze the concept of community as client.
    • Explain the constructs of the three levels of prevention.
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