Bring community and public health situations to life with Community/Public Health Nursing Online! This online course provides the solid foundation and basic skills that a community health nurse needs for population-focused practice. Realistic case scenarios and learning activities help to develop your students’ decision-making and critical thinking skills. Fourteen modules are included, each with learning objectives, a reading assignment, case scenarios with learning activities, an assessment quiz, and critical thinking exercises. Corresponding textbook readings from Stanhope and Lancaster’s Public Health Nursing, 9th Edition, link the course to the textbook.
Course Introduction: Looking Upstream Unit One: The Foundations of Community/Public Health Nursing 1. Community/Public Health Nursing: Population-Focused Practice 2. Health Care Systems 3. Economics of Health Care Delivery Unit Two: Essential Skills of Community/Public Health Nursing 4. Community Assessment 5. Epidemiology 6. Nursing Process in the Community 7. Community Health Promotion 8. Health Education Unit Three: Community/Public Health Nursing in Context 9. Family Health 10. Environmental Health 11. Ethical and Legal Challenges in the Community 12. Vulnerable Populations 13. Disaster Management 14. The Future of Community/Public Health Nursing
Marcia Stanhope, PhD, RN, FAAN, Education and Practice Consultant and Professor Emerita, College of Nursing, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky and Jeanette Lancaster, PhD, RN, FAAN, Sadie Heath Cabiness Professor and Dean Emerita, School of Nursing, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia; Associate, Tuft & Associates, Inc.
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